Over the offseason, the Washington Redskins added a skilled, athletic rookie quarterback and gave a shot in the arm to their receiving corps with the addition of Pierre Garçon and Josh Morgan.
They also return one of the best defensive front sevens in the NFL and brought in a sparkplug in Raheem Morris to improve the team’s defensive secondary.
Those additions — as well as a few more newbies meshing with the returners on offense and defense — give Redskins fans something to be optimistic about in 2012.
But, as of right now, NFL.com just isn’t as impressed.
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Please, Chris Baker, keep ’em coming.
Though it’s always great to see childhood photos of the Washington Redskins players, I’d say there’s very few guys on the team who have a picture of them posing in “Fat Albert” pajamas.
But that’s exactly what Baker, the Redskins defensive lineman, posted last night.
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Redskins fans have already had a chance this season to hangout with defensive end Jarvis Jenkins and quarterback Robert Griffin III, but now — thanks to the power of the internet — you have a shot at hanging out with a running back.
The Washington Redskins are coordinating a Google+ Hangout with running back Tim Hightower, which is set for noon on Aug. 22.
Getting your shot at hanging out with Hightower is easy.
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Some schedules say 8 p.m., others say 7 p.m., but don’t freak out if you see two kickoff times listed for Saturday’s preseason game between the Washington Redskins and the host Chicago Bears.
That’s because, of course, Chicago is currently in the Central Time Zone, meaning the Windy City is an hour behind.
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