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By ROBERT KELLER / Pulse Correspondent | October 16, 2007
Things have begun to heat up in the NFL as some of the best teams show what they're made of. Two 5-0 teams, Dallas and New England, faced off. It was a game that will not be forgotten. Dallas quarterback Tony Romo didn't show a whole lot at the beginning of the game, but he pulled it together and managed to rally his team with 17 points in the second quarter. Romo was rolling, but the Cowboys failed to stop New England quarterback Tom Brady and the rest of the Patriots. Dallas lost to New England, 48-27.
SPORTS
August 12, 2011
Rex Grossman's opening statement in his case to become the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback was an 89-yard drive that didn't produce a point. He made up for it, sort of, with an 82-yard drive for a touchdown against a second-string defense. Hoping to gain an early edge over an injured John Beck, Grossman completed 19 of 26 passes for 207 yards Friday night to help the Redskins beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 16-7 in the preseason opener for both teams. While the proceedings were ho-hum August routine for a stable Steelers team coming off a Super Bowl appearance, the ever-changing Redskins put more stock than usual in the first preseason game.
SPORTS
August 15, 2012
Lorenzo Alexander has quite a collection of white bottles, labeled with words straight from a biochemistry class. Beta Alanine Supreme. Carnitine Synergy. Uber C. Some 19 containers, big and small, in his Washington Redskins locker. “I have a lot of supplements,” he said. The consummate self-made NFL player, Alexander has always been conscious about his diet. Like many players, he also gets advice on the right mix of tablets to maximize his endurance and energy output. Or, as he puts it, “to help balance your body out.” This year, it's been more of a challenge to find that balance.
SPORTS
July 27, 2011
Start with the trade of Donovan McNabb. Add the signing of Barry Cofield. Throw in a host of 30-something receivers: Jabar Gaffney, Donte' Stallworth, Brandon Stokley and Santana Moss. Oh, yeah, there's also Kellen Clemens and the quarterback quandary, plus Josh Wilson at cornerback. It's hard for even the players to follow the frenzy of news surrounding the Washington Redskins. “By the time I get to Redskin Park look like I will see a whole new team,” defensive end Phillip Daniels said Wednesday on Twitter.
NEWS
By JOSEPH WHITE | December 18, 2005
LANDOVER, Md. - It's a confluence of circumstance unseen in 13 years. The Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins are playing each other late in the season, and both teams are still in serious contention for a playoff berth. "I remember growing up, when the Cowboys played the Redskins, it was a big deal," Dallas quarterback Drew Bledsoe said. "It had huge implications for both teams. It's nice to see that return. " Nice, but more than a little nerve-wracking. Two teams that have lived and died through last-minute wins and losses all season - 20 of their combined 26 games have been decided by seven points or fewer - are treating today as an elimination game.
NEWS
August 28, 2010
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets' offense sputtered again. They at least left the game against the Washington Redskins on a positive note. Sanchez connected with Dustin Keller for a 10-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter, capping a 15-play drive that gave New York a lead before Washington came back to win a snoozer 16-11 on Friday night. Larry Johnson, competing with Clinton Portis and Willie Parker for a spot in the backfield for the Redskins (2-1)
NEWS
By JOSEPH WHITE | November 24, 2005
ASHBURN, Va. - The Washington Redskins brought back receiver and kick returner Antonio Brown on Wednesday, filling a major hole following injuries to James Thrash, Ladell Betts and David Patten. Brown began the season as the kick returner, but he was released after fumbling a kickoff in the season-opening win over Chicago. He also struggled as a receiver, dropping several passes in a preseason game against Baltimore. But the Redskins had little choice but to re-sign him. Thrash (pulled hamstring)
SPORTS
August 21, 2012
Anthony Armstrong didn't stand out for a change when the Washington Redskins receivers lined up for drills Tuesday at practice. That is a good thing, if he is going to make the team. Armstrong was again No. 13 - and not the lone wideout in the yellow non-contact jersey, a piece of apparel he had been forced to wear since hurting his right shoulder on Aug. 2. Armstrong had fun decorating the jersey for various practices - one day he sported a tic-tac-toe grid - but it was no fun losing ground in one of the most competitive battles of Washington's preseason.
SPORTS
July 27, 2013
He survived Jim Zorn, Albert Haynesworth and Donovan McNabb. He's started 38 games in even-numbered years, and only five in odd-numbered years. He's scored two points in his NFL career. He averages one sack per season and hasn't recovered a fumble since 2007. But look at the Washington Redskins' seniority list. Only Santana Moss has been around longer than Kedric Golston. “I understand what I do isn't always sexy,” Golston said. With Jarvis Jenkins suspended for the first four games of the season for failing a drug test, and Adam Carriker probably out for the year after yet another knee surgery, Golston gets his latest chance to show why he's one of those players coaches love to have around.
NEWS
September 25, 2005
ASHBURN, Va. The Washington Redskins were headed nowhere. They'd been shut out through three quarters. Fans were giving up. The players didn't seem to have a comeback in them. You know the rest of the story. Something improbable happened and they won. In fact, they won five straight. That was the story of the 2001 Redskins, who were hopeless at 0-5 and headed straight for 0-6 - or as coach Marty Schottenheimer put it, "the unthinkable 0-16" - when they trailed Carolina 14-0 in the fourth quarter.
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July 27, 2013
He survived Jim Zorn, Albert Haynesworth and Donovan McNabb. He's started 38 games in even-numbered years, and only five in odd-numbered years. He's scored two points in his NFL career. He averages one sack per season and hasn't recovered a fumble since 2007. But look at the Washington Redskins' seniority list. Only Santana Moss has been around longer than Kedric Golston. “I understand what I do isn't always sexy,” Golston said. With Jarvis Jenkins suspended for the first four games of the season for failing a drug test, and Adam Carriker probably out for the year after yet another knee surgery, Golston gets his latest chance to show why he's one of those players coaches love to have around.
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SPORTS
August 21, 2012
Anthony Armstrong didn't stand out for a change when the Washington Redskins receivers lined up for drills Tuesday at practice. That is a good thing, if he is going to make the team. Armstrong was again No. 13 - and not the lone wideout in the yellow non-contact jersey, a piece of apparel he had been forced to wear since hurting his right shoulder on Aug. 2. Armstrong had fun decorating the jersey for various practices - one day he sported a tic-tac-toe grid - but it was no fun losing ground in one of the most competitive battles of Washington's preseason.
SPORTS
August 15, 2012
Lorenzo Alexander has quite a collection of white bottles, labeled with words straight from a biochemistry class. Beta Alanine Supreme. Carnitine Synergy. Uber C. Some 19 containers, big and small, in his Washington Redskins locker. “I have a lot of supplements,” he said. The consummate self-made NFL player, Alexander has always been conscious about his diet. Like many players, he also gets advice on the right mix of tablets to maximize his endurance and energy output. Or, as he puts it, “to help balance your body out.” This year, it's been more of a challenge to find that balance.
SPORTS
August 12, 2011
Rex Grossman's opening statement in his case to become the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback was an 89-yard drive that didn't produce a point. He made up for it, sort of, with an 82-yard drive for a touchdown against a second-string defense. Hoping to gain an early edge over an injured John Beck, Grossman completed 19 of 26 passes for 207 yards Friday night to help the Redskins beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 16-7 in the preseason opener for both teams. While the proceedings were ho-hum August routine for a stable Steelers team coming off a Super Bowl appearance, the ever-changing Redskins put more stock than usual in the first preseason game.
SPORTS
July 27, 2011
Start with the trade of Donovan McNabb. Add the signing of Barry Cofield. Throw in a host of 30-something receivers: Jabar Gaffney, Donte' Stallworth, Brandon Stokley and Santana Moss. Oh, yeah, there's also Kellen Clemens and the quarterback quandary, plus Josh Wilson at cornerback. It's hard for even the players to follow the frenzy of news surrounding the Washington Redskins. “By the time I get to Redskin Park look like I will see a whole new team,” defensive end Phillip Daniels said Wednesday on Twitter.
NEWS
August 28, 2010
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) -- Mark Sanchez and the New York Jets' offense sputtered again. They at least left the game against the Washington Redskins on a positive note. Sanchez connected with Dustin Keller for a 10-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter, capping a 15-play drive that gave New York a lead before Washington came back to win a snoozer 16-11 on Friday night. Larry Johnson, competing with Clinton Portis and Willie Parker for a spot in the backfield for the Redskins (2-1)
NEWS
By ROBERT KELLER / Pulse Correspondent | October 16, 2007
Things have begun to heat up in the NFL as some of the best teams show what they're made of. Two 5-0 teams, Dallas and New England, faced off. It was a game that will not be forgotten. Dallas quarterback Tony Romo didn't show a whole lot at the beginning of the game, but he pulled it together and managed to rally his team with 17 points in the second quarter. Romo was rolling, but the Cowboys failed to stop New England quarterback Tom Brady and the rest of the Patriots. Dallas lost to New England, 48-27.
NEWS
By JOSEPH WHITE | December 18, 2005
LANDOVER, Md. - It's a confluence of circumstance unseen in 13 years. The Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins are playing each other late in the season, and both teams are still in serious contention for a playoff berth. "I remember growing up, when the Cowboys played the Redskins, it was a big deal," Dallas quarterback Drew Bledsoe said. "It had huge implications for both teams. It's nice to see that return. " Nice, but more than a little nerve-wracking. Two teams that have lived and died through last-minute wins and losses all season - 20 of their combined 26 games have been decided by seven points or fewer - are treating today as an elimination game.
NEWS
By JOSEPH WHITE | November 24, 2005
ASHBURN, Va. - The Washington Redskins brought back receiver and kick returner Antonio Brown on Wednesday, filling a major hole following injuries to James Thrash, Ladell Betts and David Patten. Brown began the season as the kick returner, but he was released after fumbling a kickoff in the season-opening win over Chicago. He also struggled as a receiver, dropping several passes in a preseason game against Baltimore. But the Redskins had little choice but to re-sign him. Thrash (pulled hamstring)
NEWS
September 25, 2005
ASHBURN, Va. The Washington Redskins were headed nowhere. They'd been shut out through three quarters. Fans were giving up. The players didn't seem to have a comeback in them. You know the rest of the story. Something improbable happened and they won. In fact, they won five straight. That was the story of the 2001 Redskins, who were hopeless at 0-5 and headed straight for 0-6 - or as coach Marty Schottenheimer put it, "the unthinkable 0-16" - when they trailed Carolina 14-0 in the fourth quarter.
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