Former Eagles running back Brian Westbrook had a good old-fashioned ‘my generation is better than yours’ rant Thursday, when conversing with old division rival Fred Smoot about the current state of the NFC East, and how soft it’s become.
In light of Albert Haynesworth ripping the Redskins organization, Fred Smoot came to his former teammate’s aid Thursday, saying he can relate to playing for a team he’s not wanted on, and even declined to dismiss Haynesworth as being a “bust” during his time in Washington.
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Fred Smoot’s big concern for the Redskins entering the bye week: special teams. Chris Thompson has ‘yet to make a play.’
As Fred Smoot and Bill Rohland were hosting a post-game show on 106.7 The Fan Sunday, one incredulous Redskins fan called in to accuse the station’s hosts of being paid by Dan Snyder, who owns a competing radio station. Listen to that call here.
Fred Smoot is calling for major changes atop the Washington Redskins. He wants Mike Shanahan out and Bill Cowher or Jon Gruden in.
Fred Smoot is very southern, and often times, very difficult to understand. Please listen to this short audio clip and help us understand what the hell it is he was trying to say. Please…
Now that the Washington Redskins have re-signed DeAngelo Hall, Fred Smoot wants them to draft the Honey Badger with their first pick, dismissing comparisons to former busts who also sat out a year, like Mike Williams, one of the ‘fattest, laziest wide receivers’ he’s ever seen.
Although Fred Smoot remained silent as reports swirled that he allegedly urinated himself after being arrested for DUI in December, in breaking that silence with Holden and Danny Friday, he suggested there was a good reason for that media moratorium.
Former Washington Redskins star Fred Smoot is facing a drunken driving charge in the District. A U.S. Capitol Police officer pulled over the former player on Massachusetts Ave. on Dec. 30 because his Audi A7 did not have license plates.