A fitting tribute for the guy who once suggested Sean Taylor brought his own death upon himself.
A fourth man has been convicted in the 2007 shooting death of Washington Redskins star safety Sean Taylor during a botched burglary.
Just days after graffiti art honoring Sean Taylor was defaced at Brookland Metro, the mural has been restored.
A graffiti mural honoring late Redskins player Sean Taylor was recently defaced.
The Redskins need a safety. Alabama’s Landon Collins is rated as the best one in an otherwise down year at that position.
There’s a riveting new video documenting the life of Clinton Portis, released Friday afternoon. Redskins fans will want to watch this.
Reed Doughty recalls a personal moment he shared with Sean Taylor a week before his death, and the wisdom Joe Gibbs imparted upon him, as his career comes to a close.
A man identified by prosecutors as the greedy organizer of a bungled 2007 Miami-area burglary that ended with the fatal shooting of Washington Redskins star Sean Taylor was convicted Tuesday of murder and burglary, and immediately sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Trial has begun for a second man accused of taking part in a burglary that ended with the fatal shooting of Sean Taylor.
Safety Ryan Clark has made one thing clear since returning to Washington: he wants to wear No. 21 in practice, in memoriam of the late Sean Taylor, but he continues to get pushback from Redskins fans.