DeAngelo Trying to Leave Good Taste in Mouth of Redskins’ Organization " CBS DC
DeAngelo Hall, the only defender in the league who's returned an interception and a fumble (and he's returned two interceptions) for a touchdown, is performing at a Pro Bowl level, and tells 106.7 The Fan's Grant Pualsen that he's working hard to leave a good taste in the organization's mouth for contract time.
As for Morris as a player, I think the DC area knows how good he has been in his first season and a half, but the rest of the league is still learning. Alfred Morris is great and should be considered in the league's top 3-5 backs no question. Morris in games has started the first couple series slow but after that he is able to break off runs with ease.
Need to Know: This time, it’s really a must-win for the Redskins | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, November 7, the day the Washington Redskins visit the Minnesota Vikings. This time, it's really a must win After the Redskins lost their opener to the Eagles, some members of the media asked the players if their next game against the Packers was ...
Redskins' RG3, Garçon on pace to set team records | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Wide receiver Pierre Garçon is in the midst of having a career year with 54 receptions for 684 yards. He is just 16 catches short of his career best of 70 with the Colts in 2011.
Redskins wrap up preparations with a light practice
"I think Coach did a great job this week of keeping these guys off the field as much as they could and did more work in the classroom," defensive coordinator Jim Haslett said after Wednesday’s practice. "So I think it worked out fine. … A Thursday night game, that’s a fast recovery. If you ever played in the game of football, it takes a few days to get your body back. So, again, I thought the way it was structured fit us well this week."
DeAngelo Hall: Familiarity with Ponder, Vikings’ QB instability could help Redskins
"We’ve got years of film on Ponder. Even last year we faced him," said Hall, who along with his teammates have faced Ponder in each of the past two seasons. "We probably are more confident with him back there because with the other guys, there wouldn’t be as much film as there is on Ponder. But we feel good about it. We feel good about our guys and hopefully their chemistry isn’t there exactly all the way there because they’ve had a lot of guys there at quarterback. It might could hurt them more than it hurts us, but whatever guy they have back there, I’m sure they know the playbook inside and out and what they want to do to us."
Brandon Meriweather: ‘I aimed a little lower’ against Chargers
"I think I played the same," Meriweather said at Redskins Park. "I still was aggressive. I aimed a little lower. I celebrated with my team. We got the win."
Injury updates: Five of six hurt players likely to play - Washington Times
All six players listed on the Redskins' injury report this week finished a full practice, with all but one listed as probable to play in a road game Thursday night against the Vikings.
'NFL Fantasy Live': Washington Redskins vs. Minnesota Vikings preview - NFL Videos
Elliot Harrison and Michael Fabiano give their fantasy projections for the Thursday night matchup between the Washington Redskins and Minnesota Vikings.
London Fletcher: Adrian Peterson in top three - ESPN
ASHBURN, Va. -- He tried to single one man out, before giving up. London Fletcher couldn’t do it. When it came to naming the best running back h
Lessons Learned: David Amerson - NFC East Blog - ESPN
1. David Amerson loves to play aggressive. That’s what enabled the Washington Redskins' rookie cornerback to intercept San Diego quarterback Phi
Thursday night games cause headaches for NFL players, coaches - Washington Times
The games haven't been as crisp as their Sunday counterparts — including the one last week, in which the Dolphins defeated the Bengals 22-20 in overtime on a safety. That's partly a product of the modified game plan, which has forced coaches to reallocate their time and effort around existing schedules, and the health of the players, who are asked to play two games in five days.
Former NFL stars Tony Dorsett, Leonard Marshall, Joe DeLameilleure show indicators of CTE resulting from football and concussions - ESPN
Pro Football Hall of Famers Tony Dorsett and Joe DeLamielleure and NFL All-Pro Leonard Marshall have been diagnosed as having signs of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a degenerative condition caused by head trauma and linked to depression and dementia.