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  1. Kelly active

    Nov 23, 2008, 4:30 PM EDT

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    So is Sean Alexander. Tight end Fred Davis is the odd man out as he is inactive. Joining him on the bench will be Jason Fabini, Chard Reinhardt, Rob Jackson, Anthony Montgomery, Erasmus James, Marcus Washington, and third QB Colt Brennan. Live blog will start soon.

  2. NLFN—Portis in

    Nov 23, 2008, 3:35 PM EDT

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    According to Adam Schefter of the NFL Network, Clinton Portis will play for the Washington Redskins in today’s game in Seattle. He was listed as questionable with a sprained knee in the official injury report and coach Jim Zorn said during the week that Portis could be a game-time decision. It remains to be seen…

  3. Live Blog—Redskins vs. Seahawks

    Nov 23, 2008, 3:30 PM EDT

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    See new window above, sorry about the problem.

  4. NLFN—Portis in

    Nov 23, 2008, 11:35 AM EDT

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    According to Adam Schefter of the NFL Network, Clinton Portis will play for the Washington Redskins in today’s game in Seattle. He was listed as questionable with a sprained knee in the official injury report and coach Jim Zorn said during the week that Portis could be a game-time decision. It remains to be seen…

  5. Live Blog Redskins vs. Seahawks on Sunday

    Nov 22, 2008, 10:13 AM EDT

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    The Redskins are hitting the road to take on the Seattle Seahawks this Sunday. I’ll be doing a live blog of the game with the CoverItLive software that allows for you to make comments for a fun, interactive experience. Depending on how long it takes to get the leaves raked and disposed of, we should…

  6. Live Blog Redskins vs. Seahawks on Sunday

    Nov 22, 2008, 6:13 AM EDT

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    The Redskins are hitting the road to take on the Seattle Seahawks this Sunday. I’ll be doing a live blog of the game with the CoverItLive software that allows for you to make comments for a fun, interactive experience. Depending on how long it takes to get the leaves raked and disposed of, we should…

  7. Flashback Friday: Zorn vs. the Redskins

    Nov 21, 2008, 10:00 AM EDT

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    Jim Zorn faced the team he would wind up coaching twice during his NFL career. His Seahawks were 1-1 in those games. Here are the details from the pages of The Redskins From A to Z: Seahawks 14, Redskins 0September 28, 1980RFK Stadium The Seahawks took to the ground to control the game against Washington.…

  8. Flashback Friday: Zorn vs. the Redskins

    Nov 21, 2008, 6:00 AM EDT

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    Jim Zorn faced the team he would wind up coaching twice during his NFL career. His Seahawks were 1-1 in those games. Here are the details from the pages of The Redskins From A to Z: Seahawks 14, Redskins 0September 28, 1980RFK Stadium The Seahawks took to the ground to control the game against Washington.…

  9. The Redskins have to have it

    Nov 20, 2008, 1:06 PM EDT

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    The Washington Redskins have to have this one. I’m not calling it a “must win” because the Redskins could lose this one and still make the playoffs. It’s a fine difference, but I’m sticking with it. When you’ve lost two in a row, when you are still separated from the pack but on the verge…

  10. The Redskins have to have it

    Nov 20, 2008, 9:06 AM EDT

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    The Washington Redskins have to have this one. I’m not calling it a “must win” because the Redskins could lose this one and still make the playoffs. It’s a fine difference, but I’m sticking with it. When you’ve lost two in a row, when you are still separated from the pack but on the verge…

  11. Tuesday Take: Zorn Staying Medium

    Nov 18, 2008, 11:55 AM EDT

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    Even though the Washington Redskins offense has scored just two offensive touchdowns in the past three games, don’t look for coach Jim Zorn to go making wholesale changes. Zorn is staying medium. He stood steady both at his postgame press conference and in his Monday afternoon presser. There will be no changes in the lineup.…

  12. Tuesday Take: Zorn Staying Medium

    Nov 18, 2008, 7:55 AM EDT

    Even though the Washington Redskins offense has scored just two offensive touchdowns in the past three games, don’t look for coach Jim Zorn to go making wholesale changes. Zorn is staying medium. He stood steady both at his postgame press conference and in his Monday afternoon presser. There will be no changes in the lineup.…

  13. Redskins Cowboys After Further Review

    Nov 17, 2008, 11:41 PM EDT

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    There isn’t much more to be gleaned from this game upon watching it again, but here goes with a few observations: It’s apparent that the Redskins need another receiving threat to supplement Santana Moss. Chris Cooley is good in his role, but he never has displayed an ability to go deep down the seam. Antwaan…

  14. Redskins Cowboys After Further Review

    Nov 17, 2008, 7:41 PM EDT

    There isn’t much more to be gleaned from this game upon watching it again, but here goes with a few observations: It’s apparent that the Redskins need another receiving threat to supplement Santana Moss. Chris Cooley is good in his role, but he never has displayed an ability to go deep down the seam. Antwaan…

  15. Live Blog Redskins Cowboys 4th quarter

    Nov 17, 2008, 4:09 AM EDT

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    Bennett 25 pass from Romo (Folk kick)Cowboys 14, Redskins 10 Horton had good coverage on Bennett but the offensive player made a play on the ball and Horton didn’t. Barber got the drive going with a nice run and then a pass reception. When he moves, the Cowboys move. When the Skins bottle him up,…

  16. Live Blog Redskins Cowboys 3rd quarter

    Nov 17, 2008, 3:32 AM EDT

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    I like the way the game is going, although I don’t like Dallas’ ability to get an offense going—especially one featuring Barber—in the latter stages of the second quarter. There’s no adjustment you can make for that besides just plain tackling the guy. Still, the late field goal was a nice boost, especially considering that…

  17. Live Blog Cowboys Redskins 2nd quarter

    Nov 17, 2008, 2:47 AM EDT

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    12:52—The Cowboys are getting a good amount of pressure on Campbell and it is pushing his passes off mark. In general, the offense has had no rhythm since that initial drive. They’re not really making mistakes, dropping passes or committing penalties, but they’re breaking down everywhere. Certainly, a lot of it can be chalked up…

  18. Live Blog Redskins Cowboys 1st quarter

    Nov 17, 2008, 1:59 AM EDT

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    15:00—A full and enthusiastic FedEx Field crowd is on hand here. The Cowboys will get the ball first. The Redskins are in the same burgundy pants they wore against the Steelers but they are going with their white jerseys. 13:17—It seems that the Cowboys are a bit reluctant to test how well Romo’s finger is…

  19. Redskins vs. Cowboys Pregame

    Nov 17, 2008, 1:21 AM EDT

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    –Clinton Portis is looking very spry during pregame warm-ups. Of course, it’s easy to look like that before you get hit and a few large men land on your leg. We will see how things go as the game wears on. I still think we’ll see Campbell airing it out more than he has up…

  20. Portis active

    Nov 17, 2008, 12:32 AM EDT

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    Contrary to earlier reports and week long speculation, Clinton Portis is active and will start. –Sent via Empower HTML Mail Viewer For BlackBerryhttp://www.mobylo.com/emv/ Sent via BlackBerry from T-Mobile

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