Redskins' top plays: Darrell Green's return - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
This is the second of three plays nominated as the most memorable play in team history. We already featured Darryl Grant's interception return for a t
Washington Redskins DeAngelo Hall seeks tips from Darrell Green - ESPN
"I always pick his brain about little things," Hall said. "He was a freak of nature. The things he can still do now are mind boggling. I don’t think I have 20 years in me, but I pick his brain about what were you thinking to get to this point or at that point.
If Hankerson, a third-round pick in 2011, can make a full recovery, he presents a unique skill set. At 6 feet 2 and 211 pounds, he’s one of the biggest wide receivers on the roster. Only undrafted rookie Cody Hoffman is taller, at 6-4. Hankerson also has the ability to line up on the outside or in the slot.
Baylor installing RG3 statue at new stadium in Waco, Texas.
A little this and that: Bronzed: Baylor announced plans to build a statue of quarterback Robert Griffin III at its new stadium when it opens in Augus
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, July 8, 16 days before the Redskins start training camp. Three and out —During minicamp, just before the five-week break before training camp, Jay Gruden was asked what he expected Robert Griffin III to do during the break.
Mike Orakpo, LB, Texas State Bobcats Brian Orakpo was the No. 1 guy on the 2008 Freaks list for, among other things, benching 514 pounds and vertical jumping 42 inches. His kid brother Mike's athleticism -- in a slightly smaller frame -- is equally eye-popping. The younger Orakpo, at 6-2 and 233 pounds, benches just about 100 pounds more than twice his body weight (560) and incline benches 500 along with a 375-pound power clean, according to TSU coaches. He also has vertical jumped 41.5 inches and been timed at 4.53 in the 40.