Santana Moss attacked Richard Sherman through the media in defense of Pierre Garcon on Tuesday, saying Sherman hides who he is, and there’s “something deep down inside that he knows that he’s not sure about.”
The old-as-sports-itself debate over how hard to take a loss became Topic A with the Washington Redskins on Tuesday.
Richard Sherman blasted Pierre Garcon after the Seahawks 27-17 Monday Night Football victory over the Redskins: “Pierre doesn’t matter in this league.”
Santana Moss hasn’t enjoyed not having dressed once this season for the Redskins: “Honestly, man, it hurts. It does.”
The Redskins were still chagrined to see wide receiver DeSean Jackson hobble off the field on Wednesday during a joint practice with the New England Patriots.
On Sunday, September 7th, 2014, at 12:55 pm I will be ready to run through a brick wall. That is when football will be back. That is when the off-season debate and speculation will be replaced by the sweet sound of pads popping. Justice will be delivered between the lines, not in newspapers and courtrooms.
Pierre Garcon told Lavar and Dukes he “probably wouldn’t play” for a team if that team’s name was offensive to him “or somebody I know.” It’s probably safe to say he doesn’t know anyone offended by the name ‘Redskins.’
A look a the five Redskins players with the biggest salary cap hits this year.
If the Redskins lose Josh Morgan and Santana Moss this offseason, they’ll need to focus a portion of their massive salary cap space on a wide receiver to compliment Pierre Garcon. Fortunately, there’s a large market of big names available this offseason.
Best Game: Shootout 45-41 win over Bears on Oct. 20, when Robert Griffin III threw for 298 yards, ran for 84 and, for one day at least, looked something like the RG3 of last year.