After a rookie season in which he totaled 7.5 sacks, four forced fumbles, intercepted an Eli Manning pass and returned it for a touchdown and played every defensive snap the entire year, Redskins’ fans are excited about the potential of outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan as he heads into Year 2.
And you’re apparently not alone.
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The Washington Redskins on Wednesday participated in their fifth round of organized team activities for the 2012 season at Redskins Park.
Our crew from Redskins.com TV was there to catch some of the action.
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He may not have the name recognition of some other original members of The Hogs, the Redskins’ talented and famous offensive line of the 1980s and early 1990s, but Fred Dean was just as important of a piece as anybody to the Redskins’ first-ever Super Bowl title in the 1982 season.
Dean was among the Redskins greats that came aboard the Redskins’ 80th Anniversary Thank You Tour bus Thursday in its first stop in Winchester, Va.
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The hype surrounding the Washington Redskins’ selection of Robert Griffin III is definitely not a local thing.
The National Football League recently released its May jersey sales figures for NFLShop.com, and the Redskins’ rookie quarterback’s No. 10 jersey was the top-seller of the month, according to the Washington Post.
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