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  1. Flashback Friday—Manley’s “sneeze” helps Skins win

    May 30, 2008, 7:17 PM EST

    Redskins 27, Saints 24November 6, 1988RFK Stadium The second Flashback Friday brings you a game against the second opponent the Redskins will face in 2008 (hey, I might be on to a pattern here). With the mention of Dexter Manley here earlier this week, I remembered this very Dexter moment from 1988. RFK Stadium–Chip Lohmiller’s…

  2. The over under

    May 30, 2008, 10:05 AM EST

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    The Las Vegas wins over/under line is out and the number for the Washington Redskins places them smack dab in the muddled middle of the NFL. Depending on where you want to plunk down your money, you can bet that the Redskins win total for 2008 will be more or fewer than 7.5 or eight.…

  3. The over under

    May 30, 2008, 6:05 AM EST

    The Las Vegas wins over/under line is out and the number for the Washington Redskins places them smack dab in the muddled middle of the NFL. Depending on where you want to plunk down your money, you can bet that the Redskins win total for 2008 will be more or fewer than 7.5 or eight.…

  4. Sellers: Players were treated like “little kids”

    May 29, 2008, 1:25 AM EST

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    While Jim Zorn may need to be careful and tiptoe around saying anything critical about Joe Gibbs’ coaching, it’s apparent that at least one Washington Redskins player doesn’t feel so restrained. Last week, when talking about the differences between how things are going this year as opposed to recent seasons, fullback Mike Sellers said, “We…

  5. James’ deal has two years left

    May 28, 2008, 10:40 PM EST

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    I made a mistake last night. Without checking, I reported something about the Washington Redskins that came directly from the team’s primary beat reporter for the largest paper in Washington. I should know better than that and I apologize to my readers for doing so. Erasmus James has two years left on his rookie contract,…

  6. Sellers: Players were treated like “little kids”

    May 28, 2008, 9:25 PM EST

    While Jim Zorn may need to be careful and tiptoe around saying anything critical about Joe Gibbs’ coaching, it’s apparent that at least one Washington Redskins player doesn’t feel so restrained. Last week, when talking about the differences between how things are going this year as opposed to recent seasons, fullback Mike Sellers said, “We…

  7. James’ deal has two years left

    May 28, 2008, 6:40 PM EST

    I made a mistake last night. Without checking, I reported something about the Washington Redskins that came directly from the team’s primary beat reporter for the largest paper in Washington. I should know better than that and I apologize to my readers for doing so. Erasmus James has two years left on his rookie contract,…

  8. Calendar helped Skins land James

    May 28, 2008, 1:39 AM EST

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    The Memorial Day holiday came at a good time for the Washington Redskins. The Minnesota Vikings announced on Friday that they were going to waive defensive end Erasmus James. However, due to the fact that it was the Memorial Day weekend, the league office was closed. The waivers could not be finalized until 4 PM…

  9. June 1 has come and gone

    May 28, 2008, 12:54 AM EST

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    I know that many of you out there are hoping for help for your favorite National Football League team coming from a wave of talent hitting the free agency market after June 1. I hate to tell you this, but you should look elsewhere. As far as the NFL is concerned, June 1, for the…

  10. Blache coveted James in ‘05

    May 27, 2008, 11:32 PM EST

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    About a week before the 2005 NFL Draft, I wrote the following in an article about the possibility of the Washington Redskins drafting Wisconsin defensive end Erasmus James: Redskins’ defensive coordinator Greg Blache has let it be known that he would love it if the Skins would add James to his unit. There’s no question…

  11. Calendar helped Skins land James

    May 27, 2008, 9:39 PM EST

    The Memorial Day holiday came at a good time for the Washington Redskins. The Minnesota Vikings announced on Friday that they were going to waive defensive end Erasmus James. However, due to the fact that it was the Memorial Day weekend, the league office was closed. The waivers could not be finalized until 4 PM…

  12. June 1 has come and gone

    May 27, 2008, 8:54 PM EST

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    I know that many of you out there are hoping for help for your favorite National Football League team coming from a wave of talent hitting the free agency market after June 1. I hate to tell you this, but you should look elsewhere. As far as the NFL is concerned, June 1, for the…

  13. Blache coveted James in ‘05

    May 27, 2008, 7:32 PM EST

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    About a week before the 2005 NFL Draft, I wrote the following in an article about the possibility of the Washington Redskins drafting Wisconsin defensive end Erasmus James: Redskins’ defensive coordinator Greg Blache has let it be known that he would love it if the Skins would add James to his unit. There’s no question…

  14. Redskins.com Puff

    May 26, 2008, 10:56 PM EST

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    I don’t expect what’s written on Redskins.com to be hard-hitting or even mildly critical of the Washington Redskins. I haven’t even heard the PR department refer to the site as “unfiltered” Redskins news lately. There is no pretense of objectivity. It’s definitely “sunny side up” coverage of the team. Generally, there isn’t anything wrong with…

  15. Redskins.com Puff

    May 26, 2008, 6:56 PM EST

    I don’t expect what’s written on Redskins.com to be hard-hitting or even mildly critical of the Washington Redskins. I haven’t even heard the PR department refer to the site as “unfiltered” Redskins news lately. There is no pretense of objectivity. It’s definitely “sunny side up” coverage of the team. Generally, there isn’t anything wrong with…

  16. Flashback Friday: Redskins 72, Giants 41 11.25.66

    May 23, 2008, 11:22 PM EST

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    This week’s flashback takes a look at the highest scoring game in NFL history. What’s amazing is that, after 42 years, the record still stands. The rules for this game were vastly different than they are today. Defenders could bump and run with receivers all the way down the field. Defensive linemen could head slap…

  17. Flashback Friday: Redskins 72, Giants 41 11.25.66

    May 23, 2008, 7:22 PM EST

    This week’s flashback takes a look at the highest scoring game in NFL history. What’s amazing is that, after 42 years, the record still stands. The rules for this game were vastly different than they are today. Defenders could bump and run with receivers all the way down the field. Defensive linemen could head slap…

  18. Jason Taylor not on Skins' dance card

    May 23, 2008, 10:02 AM EST

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    An aging but still effective star player becomes available. Add the player’s Hollywood aspirations into the mix and you seem to have a match made in heaven. Daniel Snyder, do you take Jason Taylor to be your lawfully contracted defensive end? The answer, apparently, is no. Cancel the caterers and see if you can get…

  19. Jason Taylor not on Skins’ dance card

    May 23, 2008, 6:02 AM EST

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    An aging but still effective star player becomes available. Add the player’s Hollywood aspirations into the mix and you seem to have a match made in heaven. Daniel Snyder, do you take Jason Taylor to be your lawfully contracted defensive end? The answer, apparently, is no. Cancel the caterers and see if you can get…

  20. Zorn in an awkward spot

    May 22, 2008, 10:01 PM EST

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    Bob Molinaro, Washington Redskins reporter for the Virginian-Pilot in Tidewater, did a Q&A with Jim Zorn when the Skins were down in Virginia Beach for their annual Beach Blitz. Certainly, nothing earth-shattering was revealed in the interview. I did, however, find one of Zorn’s answers interesting because it pointed out a challenge that he faces…

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