RGIII to Present HydroWorx Excellence in Aquatics Award at NATA in Vegas - Digital Journal
When Griffin suffered his ACL tear at Baylor University, water treadmill therapy was utilized aggressively. Now again for his latest ACL recovery, the Redskins’ Athletic Trainers and Griffin’s doctors and therapists have again relied heavily upon HydroWorx to help get Griffin healthy. The final reality of this recovery remains to be seen, but all indications are excellent thus far.
The Redskins Blog | Barry Cofield Ranks As Top NT In Business
When analyzing sacks, hurries and knockdowns, Cofield blew away the competition–he led all 3-4 DTs with a 21.5, while the next player on the leaderboard only had 4.5.
Kirk Cousins says he’s preparing as if he’s starting Week 1
"It’s a wait-and-see approach," Cousins said during a recent radio appearance on WBBL’s The Huge Show. "Robert’s looking awfully good for only being whatever it is, six months into the injury. He’s moving around really well, and I have high expectations for him. I know he has even higher expectations for himself"
The Redskins Blog | Throwback Thursday: Bill Dudley
In his first two seasons here, Dudley became a one man show. He would score a touchdown and then cap off his work by kicking the extra point, but after once again being left out of the postseason and his age creeping close to 40, Dudley decided to announce his retirement following the 1953 season.
The Redskins Blog | Thrilling ’06 OT Victory Ranks As Best
Former Jaguars quarterback Mark Brunell was the main man in D.C. and he and wide receiver Santana Moss combined for three scores that day, including a 68-yarder in overtime which gave Washington a 36-30 victory.
The Redskins Blog | Morris Returns Jersey Favor To Campbell
Last month Redskins second year running back Alfred Morris got the present of a lifetime that any NFL fan dreams of—an autographed jersey of one of the great gridiron legends of all time, Earl Campbell.
Robert Griffin III: No. 15 - Top 100 Players of 2013
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was voted the 15th best player in the NFL according to his peers on the “Top 100 Players of 2013.”
Need to Know: Redskins NFL's best in play action in 2012 - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Skins averaged 10.1 yards per play using it and 5.5 yards per play without it. DVOA is Football Outsiders’ favorite metric, measuring offensive performance considering factors such as the strength of the opposing defense. The Redskins’ DVOA with play action was 66.7 percent and it was 5.0 percent without it. Since higher is better you don’t have to be a stats geek to figure out that the play action game was devastatingly effective for the Redskins.
Sign Up For Redskins' Back To Football 5k!
The Redskins welcome 6,000 runners on Saturday, Sept. 7 as part of NFL Back to Football Run Series. Race to benefit the efforts of the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation.
Mcall.com: The Eagles may not be so fortunate to face the Redskins Week 1 after all
Shanny has won his last 5 openers.
Morgan Performs 'By Any Means Necessary'
In honor of Joshua Morgan Day and his 28th birthday, we look back at a tough, gritty first season in Washington, on and off the field, for the district's native son.
Let’s play an RG3 "what if" game – Blogging the bEast
Interesting what if scenario. Would you rather have the NFCE title and RGIII ACL injury or no title and no ACL injury?
Police issue arrest warrant for Aaron Hernandez of New England Patriots, reports ABC News - ESPN Boston
Police issued an arrest warrant Friday for New England Patriots's tight end Aaron Hernandez for obstruction of justice, according to an ABC Good Morning America report.
Aaron Hernandez of New England Patriots seen with Olin Lloyd in surveillance video, reports ABC News - ESPN Boston
Surveillance video from the North Attleborough, Mass., neighborhood of Aaron Hernandez shows the Patriots tight end with Odin Lloyd and two other people hours before Lloyd was killed earlier this week, sources confirmed to ABC News.
Dallas Cowboys release Anthony Hargrove - ESPN Dallas
He struggled with his conditioning during his short stint with the Cowboys, spending several organized team activity sessions working out on the side.
Warren Sapp blasts Michael Strahan because he played against right tackles | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
Hatred causes people to not think clearly and say irrational things. And with that, we bring you Warren Sapp's diatribe on Michael Strahan. Sapp, who made his name as a great defensive tackle for …