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Rob Myers, Doug Worthington aim to prove themselves in last two weeks

Just two games remain in the Washington Redskins’ season, but tight end Rob Myers and defensive end Doug Worthington aim to make a strong impression on coaches following their promotions to the 53-man roster this week. Myers, a 6-foot-4, 239-pound Utah State product, signed to Washington’s practice squad five weeks ago. Since entering the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2009, Myers...
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December 20, 2011  |  Discuss

Redskins add DE Doug Worthington, TE Rob Myers to roster, cut TE Dominique Byrd

The Washington Redskins have promoted defensive end Doug Worthington to the 53-man roster, filling the roster spot previously held by injured strong safety LaRon Landry. The team also promoted tight end Rob Myers from the practice squad to the 53-man roster and released tight end Dominique Byrd for a second time this season. Read full article >>
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December 20, 2011  |  Discuss


Colts waived/injured TE-Rob Myers, WR-Kole Heckendorf, and OT-James Williams, signed LB-Vuna Tuihalamaka and claim TW-Michael Matthews
August 09, 2011  |  Discuss

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