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Hankerson Gets A Trio Of New Tattoos

Posted by Brian Tinsman on February 10, 2012 – 3:07 pm

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In case you weren’t aware, Redskins wide receiver Leonard Hankerson is a big fan of tattoos.

And after a trip to the tattoo parlor yesterday, he had three new permanent designs, which he shared with his followers on Twitter (@HankTime85) earlier today (pictured above).  He also revealed that he got it done from a dude in Denver, that he got them all done in one sitting.

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New Practice Bubble Turf Surface In Place

Posted by Brian Tinsman on February 10, 2012 – 2:01 pm

Only three weeks ago, Redskins fans saw the long-awaited rise of the new indoor practice bubble at Redskins Park.

In the time since then, the bubble has been rigged with lighting and a brand new field turf surface has been rolled out inside.

All-in-all, it’s starting to finally look like a facility that will host NFL-quality practices.  Here’s Redskins Nation’s Larry Michael with an exclusive sneak peek inside the brand new facility (via CSNWashington): Read more »

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Kerrigan Lending Expertise To Teammates

Posted by Brian Tinsman on February 10, 2012 – 12:02 pm

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A little over 12 months ago, Ryan Kerrigan wasn’t a consideration for NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year.  He hadn’t started since Week 1 of his rookie season, and played every snap on defense.

He hadn’t even been moved to linebacker yet, or solidified his status as a first round pick.  At that point, he was just a college prospect with a load of potential.

At the 2011 Senior Bowl on Jan. 29, Ryan Kerrigan was fourth on the North Team with five tackles, three for a loss, and a team-leading sack.  For his performance, he was named to Purdue’s All-Time Senior Bowl Roster.

Twenty-seven days later, he turned heads at the NFL Combine, running a 4.71 40-yard dash, a 10’2″ broad jump, and 33.5 vertical leap.  Two weeks after that, he capped off his prospect performance with a Purdue Pro Day that cemented him as a first round pick.

For Redskins fans that have grown to love him over the last 10 months, the following quote comes as no surprise, following his Pro Day performance:

“I just want to be somebody that goes in, plays right away, makes an impact on the team and contributes to winning for our team,” Kerrigan said.

And now that he has accomplished these aforementioned goals, he’s back at Purdue (to finish his undergraduate degree), sharing some of his expertise with the next generation of Boilermakers in the NFL. Read more »

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