The Daily Twitter will be posted at the beginning of every day (at midnight in Washington, DC). The goal is to give readers a handy spot to check the Redskins beat writers & bloggers, and national sports journalists to keep up on the latest news about the Redskins, the NFL, and sports in general.
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Texans' DeAndre Hopkins pledges playoff check to aid family of slain girl https://t.co/WQYxotB1pA— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) January 3, 2019
.@NFLprguy on #Redskins LB Reuben Foster, whose domestic violence charge in Fla. was recently dropped: "We are monitoring all developments in the matter which continues to be under review by the league."— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 3, 2019
Doesn’t mean that it didn’t happen, or that it won’t happen again. But that won’t stop him from working in the NFL. Only kneeling does that. https://t.co/DXaJWZ7NyG— Omar Kelly (@OmarKelly) January 3, 2019
Just heard back from the #Redskins.— Craig Hoffman (@CraigHoffman) January 3, 2019
They do not have any comment at this time on Reuben Foster.
They also declined an interview request to discuss their investigation.
The misdemeanor charge of domestic battery for #Redskins LB Reuben Foster has been dropped, as @TMZ reported. At this point, Foster remains on the Commissioner’s Exempt list. Here is the document. pic.twitter.com/0aCGYhFlSe— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 3, 2019
Re: Foster. Claiming him was always a low-risk, high-ceiling move from a football standpoint, but also a guaranteed disaster from a PR standpoint. Dropped charges a positive development for the first part, but will not reverse the second part. Question is: Do you care? https://t.co/8Exfq0eimA— Burgundy Blog (@BurgundyBlog) January 3, 2019
I still expect Reuben Foster to be suspended. League has a precedent (6 games for Ezekiel Elliott even though he was not charged). Charges being dropped do not mean he is innocent. That said, better for the #Redskins they got dropped than didn't.— Grant Paulsen (@granthpaulsen) January 3, 2019
VERY early prediction… Redskins, draft Daniel Jones in the first round and start him Week 1.— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) December 31, 2018
Recently placed on display at the Hall: the game-used jersey and ball from @Redskins K @Dahop5’s game winning FG on 12/16/18. This win marked the Redskins’ 600th regular season victory in franchise history. pic.twitter.com/VtkuLfeVrW— Pro Football Hall of Fame (@ProFootballHOF) January 3, 2019
I read only to see if Tress Way was in here. I was disappointed. https://t.co/kRHfGSWxZS— Paul Conner (@P_ConnerJr) January 3, 2019
The 2019 Redskins offensive depth chart you probably don't want to see: https://t.co/fqtfXGOSnu— NBC Sports Redskins (@NBCSRedskins) January 3, 2019
Jeez I'm just quoting from the story. Trying to provide some counter-programming. Can't believe I'm being accused of being too positive. About anything. Mark it down. Trust me, I'm scowling as I type this.— Dan Steinberg (@dcsportsbog) January 3, 2019
Would love to see Leonard Hankerson get some attention for the WR coaching position. After 5 years in NFL and record setting career at the U he has spent last 2 years as WR coach at UMass coaching #1 WR in country. Grad of STA where we need help in recruiting— Neal Heller (@neal_heller) January 1, 2019
If you look at games where a playoff novice starts against an experienced QB, the novices are 7-18, or 0.280 win%. https://t.co/FbTcwxCFPF— sunset shazz (@sunset_shazz) January 3, 2019
Philip Rivers is the best QB of his generation without a Super Bowl. At age 37, this may be his last chance. I talked to Rivers about the times he’s fallen short, about the GIFable antics, and about what it would mean to stand atop the mountain just once. https://t.co/puFivHCYbF— Robert Mays (@robertmays) January 3, 2019
Josh McDaniels reportedly turned down an opportunity to interview for the Bengals’ head coaching job, meaning his only interview for now is with the Packers https://t.co/8lPzQaoSXD— Packers coverage by Acme Packing Co. (@acmepackingco) January 3, 2019
Nothing like validating the results of the MVP election with an incredibly selfish and unprofessional reaction. https://t.co/3et28MhO3s— Ed Werder (@EdwerderRFA) January 3, 2019