LeBron James’ decision couldn’t matter less to Niles Paul of the Washington Redskins.
One day after Redskin Logan Paulsen referred to tight ends coach Sean McVay as a “brilliant football mind,” teammate Niles Paul says McVay’s creativity is indicative of a mad scientist, making him an ideal candidate to become the next offensive coordinator.
Returning to work hasn’t been easy for Niles Paul who lost eight pounds while battling an illness that kept him away from his Washington Redskins teammates last week.
Niles Paul returned to Redskins Park Monday after missing nearly a week due to an unspecified illness.
Niles Paul’s status for Sunday is in doubt after the Washington Redskins tight end missed a second day of practice with an unspecified illness.
RGIII will dive if he wants to dive and that’s all there is to it, at least according to tight end Niles Paul, who told 106.7 The Fan’s Lavar and Dukes Friday that the Redskins quarterback will continue to put his body on the line if it means the difference between scoring and not scoring.
As if they didn’t have enough problems after being humiliated on national television during last week’s 31-16 loss at Dallas, Washington’s NFL-worst special teams coverage units now have to deal with Chicago’s record-setting return man Devin Hester on Sunday.
As the Redskins head into year four of the Mike Shanahan regime, it’s easier to notice depth throughout the entire roster on either side of the ball, perhaps even too much depth could bring some heated position battles at Training Camp next month.
The Washington Redskins held on to a 28-3 halftime lead, beating the Dallas Cowboys 38-31 for their first Thanksgiving Day victory in Dallas and improve their record to 5-6.
The Redskins ended their eight-game home losing streak today beating the Minnesota Vikings 38-26 and improving their record to 3-3 on the season.