Washington Redskins: If Danny Smith Had to Leave, Now is Right Time " CBS DC
"For all the turmoil I had to deal with in Washington, my corner of the world was very stable because of Danny," said Albright, who signed with the Redskins in 2001. "He was honest and consistent from the very first day. Playing for Danny, I never felt I went on the field unprepared. I can’t say that about all my coaches. And Danny wears his emotions on his sleeve. He always got us to play hard. Everyone bought in to what he wanted us to do."
Will RG III be ready for prime time? - NFC East Blog - ESPN
In case you didn't see Adam Schefter's report this morning on Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, I found it interesting. Adam reports that the NFL has been asking the Redskins about Griffin's recovery timetable following his reconstructive knee surgery in order to help them figure out when to schedule the Redskins for prime-time games. (I guess they're not as excited about putting Kirk Cousins in prime time.) But according to Adam's report, there's nothing the Redskins can tell anyone yet other than that Griffin is likely to start training camp on the physically unable to perform list "giving him more time to heal and the team an extra roster spot to bring another quarterback to training camp."
"I’ve got a message for my union: Stop the posturing and get the HGH testing done," Fletcher said. "It’s time to get it done. You know, I think it’s more prevalent in our league than you would think. There’s probably more than 10 percent of guys taking HGH. And we have to get it out.
"Very impressive," Redskins owner Daniel Snyder said moments later. "He’s an unbelievable young man. We’re just excited to have him. He’s making great strides, and it makes it look good for the Redskins." Griffin arrived in New Orleans on Friday night, having left Pensacola, Fla., for the first time since his surgery. Wearing a dark gray suit and a burgundy-and-gold-striped tie, he walked without crutches down the red carpet.
If the Redskins want to start playing the disrespect card right now they can. The defending NFC East champs are tied for the longest Super Bowl odds in the division. The Giants, who were 9-7 and in second place, and Cowboys, the third-place team at 8-8, are both 20-1. The Eagles, who were a dismal 4-12 and will be starting over again with new coach Chip Kelly, are also 25-1.
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NEW ORLEANS -- Two of the NFC East candidates up for election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame this year were selected for induction. Former New York
Finally, Big Brother fought back. Serena Williams had trumped Venus and Eli Manning had out-clutched Peyton — and, of course, Albert Brooks always has been a bit funnier than Super Dave Osborne — but on Super Bowl Sunday, John Harbaugh outlasted bratty little sibling Jim for the family’s first Lombardi Trophy.