byPublished on 09-22-14 04:12 PM Number of Views: 6
For Immediate Release
September 22, 2014
REDSKINS MAKE ROSTER MOVES
LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have made the following roster moves:
The Redskins placed the following players on the Reserve/Injured list:
CB DeAngelo Hall
S Duke Ihenacho
The Redskins signed the following practice squad player to their active roster:
CB Chase Minnifield ...byPublished on 09-22-14 01:56 PM Number of Views: 6
Keim nails it.
Redskins resilient, but mistakes haunt them
PHILADELPHIA -- The Washington Redskins did what they wanted, moving the ball up and down the field, scoring 34 points, connecting on big plays. They also stopped Philadelphia Eagles' running game, not to mention the Eagles' dangerous screen game.
Just check out this stat: Darren Sproles and LeSean McCoy combined for 72 yards. Repeat: combined.
And, yet, it wasn't enough. The Redskins don't necessarily invent ways to lose -- special teams blunders have cost them numerous games in the past. They just keep finding ways to rob themselves of chances to win.
This isn't about burying the Redskins because they lost 37-34 on the road against a team many – read, everyone – picked ...byPublished on 09-22-14 10:21 AM
Okay...after spending a couple hours getting over my disappointment, I saw some real positives today.
1. Kirk Cousins. Kirk didn't do a 'good job'. He wasn't 'okay', or 'serviceable'. Kirk was fantastic for most of today's game. How often has a Redskins QB - ANY Redskins QB - thrown for 400+ yards? Kirk completed 62.5% of his passes, finished with a QB rating above 100, and threw 3 touchdown passes, with a lone INT marring a damn near perfect performance. Yeah, he made a couple of poor throws late and could not pull out the win, but come on - the guy did more than enough ...byPublished on 09-22-14 10:12 AM Number of Views: 5
Week Three Grades
Welcome to week three questions and grades as the Redskins experienced a heartbreaker of a performance against the Eagles. The 37-34 loss brought about many injuries, scuffles, emotions, and a brawl. Feel free to offer your own grades, opinions, suggestions, and ideas. Too, we have some questions to close out this third week of action.
Let’s take a look at the grades.
Kirk Cousins, like last week, ...byPublished on 09-18-14 04:21 PM Number of Views: 31
September 18, 2014
Head Coach Jay Gruden
On the injury report:
"Really the only change we have is Darrel Young was full practice today. He wasn’t limited, he was full practice today. Other than that everybody else was the same. Kedric [Golston] did not participate, DeSean [Jackson], Akeem Jordan, Tracy Porter, Jordan Reed – they all did not participate. Limited was Kai Forbath and full-go was Roy [Helu, Jr.], Shawn [Lauvao] and [Brian] Orakpo, and then Kory Lichtensteiger, he was limited today."
On his level of optimism or concern for wide receiver DeSean Jackson and tight end Jordan Reed:
"We just have to wait and see. Injuries, I try not to get too excited or too down on anything. I just let the ...
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