With offseason team workouts in the rear-view mirror and training camp still a month away, the NFL has entered the season of social media.
Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden talked of medical reports on Colt McCoy before deciding his starting quarterback against the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday.
The Redskins resorted to trickery early in their loss to the 49ers, with receiver Pierre Garcon attempting a pass to DeSean Jackson. Garcon wasn’t very happy about it after the game.
Leonard Hankerson was added to the 53-man roster last week, but that leaves Washington with seven receivers and a numbers crunch at the position.
Ever since DeSean Jackson’s speech, Redskins players have made an effort to let the public know, on local to national TV, they are in full support of Robert Griffin III.
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.