Radio host Eric Bickel tells London Fletcher he’s “a phony” and “a backstabber” for recently remarking that his former Redskins defensive coordinator is a “backstabber.” Listen to the interview in full here.
London Fletcher wonders why Jim Haslett is still employed as the Redskins defensive coordinator, but figures, “he’s probably backstabbing Jay Gruden like he did everybody else.”
London Fletcher went in hard on the Redskins organization Monday, expounding on earlier thoughts over the weekend about a culture he says isn’t “conducive to winning for a sustained period of time, from top to bottom.”
CBS Sports studio analyst Brandon Tierney offered some harsh words for Washington’s quarterback, calling RGIII “a bit of a mental midget” who needs to “shut up and go play football.”
Former Redskins London Fletcher and Fred Smoot are set to join CBS’s Sunday coverage of the NFL, as studio analysts for CBS Sports Network’s “That Other Pregame Show (TOPS).”
While the spotlight at Redskins Park shone brightest on RGIII last year, no unit had a higher profile than the linebackers. But that group could look very different in 2014.
Not only will Washington finish in the division cellar for a franchise-record fifth time in six seasons, it’s doing so in the NFC East, the second-worst of the NFL’s eight quartets. Only the absolutely awful AFC North, whose four teams are a staggering 16 games under .500, is worse than the NFC East, which is eight games below even.
While almost all of the focus at Redskins Park this month has been on whether coach Mike Shanahan will return for the fifth and final year of his contract, seven of the nine current players who preceded him in Washington could also be wearing burgundy and gold for the final time during Sunday’s game at the New York Giants.
London Fletcher has one game to play before his 16-year career in the National Football League officially comes to a close, but Sunday was the real goodbye.
Thirty minutes after the Redskins publicized a player announcement on Wednesday, London Fletcher informed the press that 2013 would likely be his final season as a player in the National Football League.