La Canfora: McCloughan Not ‘Crying in his Wheaties’ Over Galette

WASHINGTON — For the second time in as many summers, the Redskins will have to manage a season without pass-rushing specialist Junior Galette. Galette, who suffered a second Achilles tendon tear, had worked throughout the 2015 season and subsequent offseason to get back in shape for the 2016 season, only to have it end prematurely with the same injury that stole last season from...
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Report: Redskins have discussed possibly signing Hardy

With NFL teams opening training camp this week, we are starting to hear rumblings about the possibility of Greg Hardy finding a new home. According to one report, the Washington Redskins are considering bringing the troubled defensive lineman on board. ESPN’s Ed Werder said Tuesday that the Redskins have had “internal discussions” about Hardy now that Junior Galette has been...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Redskins’ Bashaud Breeland arrived to training camp with adorable litter of puppies

The Redskins are set to open training camp on Thursday, and players are already arriving to Richmond, Va. With training camp lasting a little more than two weeks players (and coaches) must bring along the essentials to keep them in their comfort zone. For cornerback Bashaud Breeland his essentials come in the form a pack. The third-year pro arrived to training camp with a litter...
Via KCM Sports
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Redskins cornerback brought four waddling bulldog puppies to camp

A few weeks ago Washington Redskins cornerback Bashaud Breeland shared a photo of five roughly seven-week-old English bulldog puppies.Presumably they're all staying for good at the Breeland household and won't have to miss their pack leader because he loaded them up in the car and took them to camp at the Bon Secours training center in Richmond, Virginia.Just look at this waddling...
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Very Early Redskins Roster Preview: Wide Receiver

DISCUSS IT IN OUR DC PRO SPORTS FACEBOOK GROUP! There are 88 players on the roster of the Washington Redskins right now, but the team will have to trim down to a final roster of 53 before the start of the 2016 season. Here is an early look at what that roster might look like, position by position. This time we cover the offensive line. Likely starters in bold. Previous in this series...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
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Jay Gruden: Important 'Right Decisions' Made For Building Roster

With training camp opening in just two days, the Redskins over the next few weeks will have to make tough but important decisions as to who makes the 53-man roster for the regular season.
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Redskins mailbag: No Junior Galette. Now what?

Here we are, just a couple of days away from training camp. Redskins players will report to Richmond on Wednesday for conditioning tests, and then practice begins the next morning. The Redskins got in some good work during the offseason, but they still have quite a bit to sort out during training camp, and so, […]
Via The Insider
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Who Let the Dogs Out? Bashaud Breeland.

WASHINGTON — Josh Norman might be the No. 1 cornerback on the Redskins depth chart, but Bashaud Breeland appears to be the top dog. .@salute_me17 bringing just the essentials to #SkinsCamp. — Washington Redskins (@Redskins) July 26, 2016 It’s safe to say: Breeland is ready for the dog days of training camp. Sorry. Follow Bryan Frantz and 106.7 The Fan on Twitter
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Redskins lose Galette for season with torn Achilles tendon

Washington Redskins linebacker Junior Galette tore his right Achilles tendon and will miss the 2016 NFL season. Galette tweeted about the injury on Monday, just before players were set to report to training camp in Richmond, Virginia. He missed the 2015 season with a torn left Achilles tendon. The loss of Galette is a major blow to the Redskins' defense, which added All-Pro cornerback...
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Junior Galette Suffers Achilles Injury Preparing For Season

Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden on Tuesday spoke about Junior Galette's reported injury, admitting it will be hard for the linebacker this year but a strong return will happen.
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Redskins’ Junior Galette feels the love, brushes off the hate after latest injury

Monday’s news that Redskins outside linebacker Junior Galette will miss a second straight season with a torn left Achilles’ tendon was met with disappointment by his teammates, who had watched Galette rehab from the ruptured right Achilles’ tendon he suffered last preseason to be ready to return to the field stronger than ever this year. “He’s worked his [butt] […]
Via DC Sports Blog
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Loss of Jarrett to injury will have long term effects on Redskins defense

The Redskins’ most talked about injury loss on Monday dealt with the Achilles tear suffered by Junior Galette. However, the loss of Kyshoen Jarrett, who
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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 7/26

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Tuesday, July 26, 2016.
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Need to Know: Five Redskins with a lot to prove as training camp approaches

Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, July 26, two days before the Washington Redskins start training camp in Richmond. Timeline —The Redskins last played a game 198 days ago. It will be 48 days until they host the Steelers in their 2016 season opener. —Days until: Preseason opener @ Falcons 16; Final roster…
Via Real Redskins
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Report: Junior Galette out for season with torn Achilles

Washington Redskins outside linebacker Junior Galette reportedly will miss the entire 2016 season with a torn Achilles tendon. I'm told #Redskins OLB Junior Galette has torn his Achilles and is out for the season. — Rand Getlin (@Rand_Getlin) July 25, 2016 It is the second year in a row in which Galette has been lost for the season due to an Achilles tear. This is a big blow...
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Need to Know: What are the Redskins’ strongest and weakest areas?

Here is what you need to know on this Monday, July 25, three days before the Washington Redskins start training camp in Richmond. Timeline —The Redskins last played a game 197 days ago. It will be 49 days until they host the Steelers in their 2016 season opener. —Days until: Preseason opener @ Falcons 17; Final roster…
Via Real Redskins
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Jay Gruden gives out primo parking spots to hard-working players

Parking is one of the most annoying, stressful and sometimes disheartening aspects of modern society. Nobody likes to park far away from where they have to go, especially at work. Some would do anything in order to earn better parking spots. Jay Gruden, head coach of Washington’s NFL team, has decided to use parking spots as an incentive for players to work harder in practice...
Via The Comeback
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Redskins players rewarded for outstanding work ethic with parking spots

Candy, free time and parking spots. Though only two of those three things motivate children to get the job done, the other is apparently what motivates the NFL’s Washington Redskins. Head Coach Jay Gruden put into practice last offseason a system in which the hardest working players at training camp are rewarded with Redskins Park’s best parking spots. This offseason’s winners...
Via Campus Sports Net
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Redskins’ Kedric Golston: NFL players gave Roger Goodell power that he wields

Redskins defensive lineman Kedric Golston entered the NFL as a sixth-round pick out of Georgia in 2006, the same year that Roger Goodell succeeded Paul Tagliabue as the league’s commissioner. In a first-person piece for Sports Illustrated’s MMQB published Thursday, Golston, who has spent his entire 10-year career with Washington and serves as the Redskins’ player representative...
Via DC Sports Blog
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Washington Redskins capsule

WASHINGTON REDSKINS (9-8) OPEN CAMP: July 28, Richmond, Virginia LAST YEAR: When QB Kirk Cousins found his groove, Redskins won three consecutive games late in season to clinch NFC East. Cousins threw for 300 yards in all three victories to get Washington to playoffs, where it lost to Green Bay in NFC wild-card round. IMPORTANT ADDITIONS: CB Josh Norman, TE Vernon Davis, S David...
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Former Redskins teammate not a big fan of Robert Griffin III

To say that Robert Griffin III was a divisive figure during his four-year tenure with the Washington Redskins would be an understatement. Griffin III saw his career get off to a rock-solid start, as he led Washington to a division title as a rookie. Since suffering a late-season injury that year, the former Heisman winner has never been the same. Now, looking to rejuvenate his...
Via Sportsnaut
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Washington Redskins superfan Chief Zee dead at 75

The Washington Redskins’ unofficial mascot, Zema Williams, also known as Chief Zee, passed away in his sleep on Monday at the age of 75. Statement by the Washington Redskins: — Washington Redskins (@Redskins) July 19, 2016 Williams began attending Redskins games in 1978, and didn’t miss many home matchups from that point on. He could be easily...
Via The Sports Daily
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Redskins could seek long-term alternatives to Cousins?

Kirk Cousins will play 2016 under a one year franchise tag, but his future with Washington beyond that is looking murky. Guest writing for The MMQB, ProFootballTalk’s Mike Florio reported that Washington believes they can find another Cousins in a year or two for much less money, assuming Cousins looks for a big deal after 2016. Cousins wanted $44 million in guaranteed money...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Report: Kirk Cousins turned down $16 million per season

Kirk Cousins will be playing the upcoming season for the Washington Redskins under the franchise tag, which will place his salary at nearly $20 million. He would have liked to reach a long-term deal with Washington, but that was not in the cards as the team did not offer what he felt he deserved. According to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, the top offer from Washington to Cousins...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Ricky Jean-Francois paid $6K for 'Back to the Future' kicks

Washington Redskins defensive lineman Ricky Jean-Francois did something special with his Nike Air Mags. Many people call them “Back to the Future” shoes, due to the fact that they look like the shoes featured in “Back to the Future” when Marty McFly went into the future and got to find out how fun hoverboards can be. Apparently a huge fan of the classic movie, Jean-Francois...
Via Sportsnaut
9 days ago  |  Discuss

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