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Robert Griffin III’s passion for college football will pay dividends as last year’s Heisman Trophy winner will be able to vote on this year’s ballot. He discusses some of the players he’s considering voting for.
Facing Nick Foles should be good news for the Washington Redskins who ranks 30th in the NFL in defending the pass. The potential return of safety Brandon Meriweather may also help swing the pendulum in the Redskins favor.
Jim Haslett might be a more than little nervous with former Tampa Bay head coach/coordinator Raheem Morris and ex-Shanahan coordinator Bob Slowik as two of his assistants. If owner Dan Snyder wants a head to roll now, it figures to be Haslett’s.
Minorities who suffer heart attacks in poor neighborhoods are not nearly as likely to receive proper CPR compared to if they were to suffer from cardiac arrest in affluent white neighborhoods.
While injuries and poor play have decimated the Washington Redskins defense, at mid-season, the offensive front has been surprisingly effective.
A fire has torn through a wholesale warehouse in northeast Washington near Gallaudet University.
Santana Moss, who was presented with a WWE Title as 4th & Pain Champion for Week 7, credits his offseason workouts and a passing camp with Robert Griffin III for his success so far this year.
There will be no hot dog eating contest for National Food Day. In fact, there won’t be anything close to it. Instead, thousands of people across the country will celebrate a movement for healthy, affordable, and sustainable food to mark the occasion.
Chris Cooley’s return to the Redskins is very fitting. It was Fred Davis that twice replaced him due to injury, now he can return the favor. The question is how much can he contribute?