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Landry: Injured…Again

December 2, 2011

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While going through the latest injury report, I wasn’t shocked to see LaRon Landry’s name attached with a groin injury. It leads me to wonder whether some of his injuries could possibly be avoided. While searching around for some info on LaRon’s workout routine, I came across an interesting article. Here’s an excerpt: “Landry trains […]

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Rex Grossman in ’12?

December 1, 2011

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I, for one, am NOT a Rex Grossman fan. Nor am I a mechanic… I mean John Beck fan. I am only a fan of offensive production. As of late, offensive production has nearly doubled. I was recently listening to the LaVar and Dukes show on 106.7 The Fan and a question was raised, ‘Will […]

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Roy Helu Nominated for Rookie of the Week

November 30, 2011

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Head on over to NFL.com and vote for Roy to win Rookie of the week!

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Brandyn Thompson Promoted

November 30, 2011

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Thompson was added to the 53-man roster today for the fourth time after the Redskins released cornerback Dominique Johnson. Thompson played his college ball at Boise State. Thompson, at 5’10” and 177lbs., has appeared in just two games for the redskins this season. He was active for three others. “It’s all new to me, so […]

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DeAngelo Named NFC Defensive Player of the Week

November 30, 2011

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DeAngelo Hall, with 7 tackles, a career high 7 passes defended, and a clutch interception with :44 left in the fourth, has been named the NFC’s Defensive Player of the Week. Read more about it here.

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Is Roy Helu the Answer, or Temporary Solution?

November 30, 2011

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Roy Helu carried for 108 yards on 23 carries with a touchdown and had seven catches for 54 yards against Seattle in week 12. With this performance, coupled with his break out play in week 9, can we say that he could be the future of the Redskins running game? I think so, the Redskins […]

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