Tag Archive: Washington Redskins

Sep 14

First Week Injuries Show the NFL Doesn’t Really Care about Player Safety

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For the past few seasons, the NFL says it has been trying to make the game safer. While the league has done a few things to increase the safety of its players and spent a lot of money on public relations, it might all been all for naught because the first week of the 2016 …

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Jul 24

Who’s left? Exploring the remaining free agents

Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is playing golf. Without a contract, he’s not going to training camp this week. Fitzpatrick hasn’t said much about his situation, and the Jets basically issued a gag order six weeks ago. So, we’ll see what happens with camp starting and teams across the league getting back to work. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/category/rumor-mill/

Jul 19

Santana Moss: Mark Brunell was my best QB in a decade in Washington

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Here’s how bad the quarterback situation in Washington was during Santana Moss’s 10 seasons with the team: He says a past-his-prime Mark Brunell was the best quarterback he played with. Moss, a wide receiver who played in Washington from 2005 to 2014, said on CSN Mid Atlantic that Brunell was his best quarterback. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/category/rumor-mill/

Jul 09

Early Vegas Odds for the 2017 NFL Season – What the Bookies Think

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The NFL season begins in September, but that doesn’t mean that people aren’t excited even before the season begins. Last year we witnessed a great jubilee as the Super Bowl L and this year’s Super Bowl LI will be played at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas on February 5. The good thing is that nowadays …

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Mar 24

Report: Browns to sign RGIII on Thursday

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The Cleveland Browns are expected to sign former Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III on Thursday according to Adam Shefter of ESPN. Adam Schefter ? ?@AdamSchefter   http://forums.sportsjabber.net/sjforums/showthread.php?p=581611#post581611

Mar 04

Rant Sports: Dallas Cowboys’ QB Options Aren’t as Plentiful as They Seem

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The buzz around the Dallas Cowboys’ QB situation has risen to an unhealthy level and will get worse as the 2016 NFL Draft draws near, especially considering they hold a top-five pick. Yes, Dallas needs to address the second signal caller slot on its depth chart, but the realistic options aren’t plentiful as you might …

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Sep 21

steeljake75: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly; Week 2

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Week 2 started in Denver and will officially end tomorrow night in Indianapolis and while we have along way to go some teams have shown us what they might be down the line. I will grant you some overreaction is bound to happen, for example Cincinnati being 2-0 certainly does not mean they will be …

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Aug 19

Who will win the NFC South?

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They didn’t have a team above .500 last year. They didn’t even have a team at 8-8 in 2014. In 2015, then, it’s no surprise that the NFC South presents one of the most confusing and confounding collections of teams in the league. So who will win the division? That’s the topic of Wednesday’s Pro …

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Aug 12

NFL wants to make Super Bowl media day a prime time event

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Super Bowl media day stopped being about the media a decade or so ago, if not longer. But for some reason, people have been interested enough in the clown show to buy tickets to see it, so naturally the NFL wants to expand it to an actual circus to make more money off it. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/category/rumor-mill/

Jul 16

Russell Wilson on contract: We’ll see what happens

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Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was on the red carpet at the ESPYs on Wednesday night, but no one was asking him about his thoughts on any of the awards that were going to be handed out during the event. As it has been for almost all of the offseason, the topic of choice was Wilson’s …

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