Since signing with the Arizona Cardinals, former Redskin Lorenzo Alexander has been preparing for the upcoming NFL season away from D.C. and says it’s not easy transitioning out of his comfort zone.
Lorenzo Alexander loved being a Redskin. He loves Northern Virginia so much that the Bay Area native will make it his permanent home when he’s done playing football. However, Alexander is sad and angry that the Redskins abruptly lowered their contract offer on Monday, prompting him to sign with Arizona this afternoon.
Former Washington Redskins special teamer Lorenzo Alexander is the newest member of the Arizona Cardinals.
The Washington Redskins have lost a team captain and Pro Bowl representative to free agency. The agent for linebacker Lorenzo Alexander says he has a new team, but did not elaborate.
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.
Lorenzo Alexander wants to remain with the Washington Redskins, but knows there is interest from other teams around the league. Seeking a deserved payday, the special teams ace may head for greener pastures.
The Redskins will have to approach acquisitions with care as they enter the second offseason of their two-year, $36 million cap reduction imposed by the league. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports helped break down the best options for the Skins as they prepare to fill their roster.
The stars came out to Arlington Cinema n’ Drafthouse Monday for the red carpet premier of the Junkies new television show, “Table Manners”, which airs Tuesdays at 11 p.m. on CSN Washington. Here’s everything you missed, from smiles to cringes, and beginning to end of the Table Manners premier party.
Lorenzo Alexander made the most of his first trip to the Pro Bowl. The 29-year-old ‘everything man’ for the Washington Redskins led the NFC squad in tackles with five, including one for a loss.
The additions of London Fletcher and Ryan Kerrigan to Robert Griffin III, Trent Williams and Lorenzo Alexander give Washington five Pro Bowl players for the first time since 1996.