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Topic - Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan dropped by the Indiana elementary school he once attended to rally its students to do well on their ISTEP+ exams.
Champ Bailey didn't get that Super Bowl ring with the Denver Broncos.
The media is having a snide field day with Redskins' quarterback Kirk Cousins, an unapologetic Christian who's taken a biblical approach to future NFL draft pick and self-outed gay Michael Sam by saying simply: Yes, I'd embrace him on my team. But I'd like to lead him to Jesus.
The defensive end has been determined to prove he can return from injury for the past year and a half, and he doesn't believe being released by the Redskins on Tuesday will slow him down.
A couple of Mike Shanahan's more questionable decisions were reversed yesterday in a flurry of roster moves. Here is a breakdown of what happened and why.
The Redskins ended one mystery when they placed the franchise tag on Brian Orakpo, but that might just be the beginning.
When things were going right, Washington had fewer bigger stars Clinton Portis. Known for his sense of humor, Portis showed he still has it on Monday.
With Brian Orakpo back via the franchise tag, the pressure will be on Jim Haslett to field a top-notch defense.
Not sure how much of an honor it is to be the franchise player of this franchise. After all, the last player to get such an honor in Washington was Fred Davis, and we know how that went. Davis went on to become the Fairfax County Police Department's franchise player as well.
The Washington Redskins have cut defensive lineman Adam Carriker and punter Sav Rocca.
The Redskins made a series of roster moves on Tuesday, releasing Carriker, Rocca and three others in an attempt to gain additional financial flexibility entering the start of the free agency period next week.
The Redskins announced Monday that they have placed the non-exclusive franchise designation on the outside linebacker, meaning they will tender him a one-year contract offer worth $11.455 million.
The reserve free safety signed a one-year, $495,000 contract to return to the Redskins, who he joined during the first week of training camp in 2013.
The Washington Redskins placed a franchise tag on three-time Pro Bowl outside linebacker Brian Orakpo on Monday, all but ensuring he will remain with the team next season.
The Redskins have re-signed backup safety Jose Gumbs to a one-year contract.