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After nine seasons the Washington Redskins have a new man at the helm of their special teams unit. But, as Reed Doughty says, ‘change can be good.’
The only thing changing for the Redskins this season is RGIII’s boosted NFL IQ. Their game plan remains the same.
The Washington Redskins are getting a dose of the octagon as part of their offseason conditioning program.
Fresno State safety Phillip Thomas says ‘it’s crazy’ how similar the Washington Redskins scheme is to the one he ran in college. It’s ‘exactly the same’ in his eyes.
C.M. Punk can’t exactly do everything he wants in WWE, but he does have a good amount of say as to what goes on with his character on television.
With just three teams on the big stage, it’s going to take serious runs by Georgetown and the women’s teams from Maryland and Navy to redeem what has been a forgettable season in local college hoops.
If it were up to him, Lorenzo Alexander would be a member of the Washington Redskins next season. But that doesn’t appear to be in the cards for the 29-year-old special teams ace who is coming off his first Pro Bowl season.
Boy is it going to a big weekend at Catholic University. Its men’s and women’s basketball teams, each ranked ninth in the nation, are each hosting NCAA Division III Tournament games at the DuFour Center.
Montgomery County Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a car involved in the hit and run collision that killed a Wheaton woman Tuesday night.
The Redskins will have the same opportunity to talk to the likes of Luke Joeckel, Damontre Moore and Manti Te’o, but those players and 47 others will already be gone by the time Washington makes their first pick.