Thursday’s Redskins Park Update, brought to you by Redskins.com lead writer Brian Tinsman and Redskins.com blogger Andrew Walker.
Today’s update: the injury status of Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III and exactly how troublesome the Cleveland Browns’ defense can be.
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When he first got into the league, Washington Redskins linebacker/athlete/special teams ace Lorenzo Alexander would go out on the town after wins to relax.
Now, winding down after a win means dinner with the family, an episode of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” with his own wife and bed.
Alexander talked about this and several other topics today in his reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything), the third in a series of AMAs by Redskins players in recent weeks.
Here’s a recap of some of the better AMA questions for Alexander today with his answers:
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Get to know Washington Redskins cornerback and returner Richard Crawford.
Previous Redskins Fast Facts participants:
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(Wide receiver Santana Moss of the Washington Redskins catches a touchdown pass against the Cleveland Browns on Oct. 19, 2008, at FedExField in Landover, Md. The Redskins defeated the Browns 14-11. [AP Photo])
The Redskins have played the Browns 44 times in the regular season and postseason combined, beginning in 1950. Washington has won five of the last seven meetings in the series.
The Browns’ Cleveland Browns Stadium is located about 15 miles northeast of their training headquarters in Middleburg Heights, Ohio.
The Redskins lost the first-ever matchup against the Browns, 20-14, on Nov. 19, 1950, in Cleveland. The 1-7 Redskins were down 10-0 in the second quarter, but took a 14-13 lead in the third quarter on a two-yard touchdown run by Rob Goode before the 7-2 Browns won the game in the fourth quarter on an eight-yard touchdown run by Don Phelps.
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It’s time for our periodic check-in to ESPN.com Matt Williamson’s “Rookie Watch” column.
Why now? Well, two Redskins rookies are in Williamson’s top five. By my math — which could be very well be wrong — Washington players account for 40 percent of the top five and 20 percent of the list overall.
Quarterback Robert Griffin III (No. 2) and running back Alfred Morris (No. 5) have been mainstays in the top 10 all season — and Griffin III has even been No. 1 at times — but having both in the top 5 is certainly something of which Redskins fans can be very proud.
You can read the entire piece by clicking here, but you must have ESPN Insider access to get the whole thing. So for those only interested in what Williamson had to write about the Redskins on the list, here you go: Read more »
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A season-high-tying eight Washington Redskins players appear on this week’s version of ESPN.com Dan Graziano’s All-NFC East Team.
And, judging by Graziano’s picks, the Redskins’ offensive front is doing pretty well for itself.
Additions to this week’s list from last week’s All-NFC East Team — which is based on an entire season’s body of work and is not a week-by-week evaluation — include right guard Chris Chester and punter Sav Rocca.
Here’s the entire list of Redskins representatives:
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