The uproar over the Washington Redskins name is nothing new to the team’s new punter.
After four preseason games and endless hours spent under the sun, the Washington Redskins are making their final preparations for the regular season opener.
Lache Seastrunk seemed destined to make the Redskins’ 53-man roster, until he wasn’t. But there’s a reason he didn’t survive the final cut.
Although Duke Ihenacho’s status for the season-opener is uncertain, when he became available, the secondary-thin Redskins knew they had to have him.
In need of depth at the safety position, the Redskins claimed strong safety Duke Ihenacho off waivers from the Denver Broncos on Sunday.
After almost six weeks of analysis and discussion, practices and games, the Redskins finalized their 53-man roster on Saturday afternoon.
A competition that lasted all through training camp ended with a surprise winner on Saturday when the Redskins cut three running backs, including one they drafted this past spring, and kept undrafted college free agent Silas Redd on the final 53-man roster.
The Redskins took a step toward finalizing their 53-man roster on Friday by waiving eight players, including cornerback Richard Crawford.
Kirk Cousins didn’t get a chance to add any fuel to the idea that there is an unlikely quarterback controversy brewing.
Suppose fantasy football was around in the days of John Riggins, Redskins fans. Would he be worthy of a first-round pick in your draft? What about Sonny Jurgensen or Sammy Baugh?