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D.C. Sports Bog - Jay Cutler not scared of DeAngelo Hall
"I've played against him before," Cutler said, at his own press conference. "There's no reason to shy away from him. I mean, that's hard for me to say, throwing four picks at a guy, but I'd still, if we had to play them tomorrow, I'd go at him every time, if we could."

D.C. Sports Bog - DeAngelo Hall responds to Jay Cutler

D.C. Sports Bog - DeAngelo Hall responds to Troy Aikman's critique
Hall: "It makes no sense to me either, one knee, two knees. I don't know what he's nitpicking about man, I don't know. We get the Cowboys one more time, so I can't wait."

Redskins Insider - Lingering knee problems limit Kareem Moore
Shanahan: "Might have played him a little bit too much in the beginning. Might have gotten him a little bit too sore. Hopefully, we can monitor that and keep him healthy."

Redskins Insider - Shanahan says Jammal Brown is still recovering
"There's still a situation with range of motion that's not quite there yet and he's working through it. It's painful."

D.C. Sports Bog - Cutler's touchdown, and Haynesworth's leap
One of the worst coaching decisions ever not to review this. Love Smith had time to throw the red flag.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo fractures left clavicle vs. New York Giants - ESPN Dallas
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo was knocked out of Monday's game with a broken left clavicle.

New Orleans Saints' Reggie Bush says he'll try to practice Wednesday, hopes to play Sunday - ESPN
Reggie Bush says he'll try practicing on his healing right leg on Wednesday with the hope of playing against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night.

The Women Of Washington Prepare For A 5K
NFL sponsored race is in the National Harbour...as of now I plan on running this.Raheem Morris says Bucs are 'the best team in the NFC' - Shutdown Corner - NFL  - Yahoo! Sports

Morris: "We're the best team in the NFC. Yeah, I said it. We're excited."