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Morgan All Hands On Deck To End Cancer

Posted by Stephen Czarda on May 8, 2013 – 4:11 pm

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The Washington Redskins have been one of the biggest supporters of finding a cure for breast cancer.

Last October Chris Cooley hosted the fifth annual All-Star Survivors Celebration at Redskins Park, where 20 ladies or better yet “All-Stars”, were treated to a ladies day with No. 47 himself.

Earlier today Tanya Snyder, wife of Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, was recognized as the American Cancer Society Mother of the Year for her efforts to end breast cancer.

When Josh Morgan returned to the hometown that he kept so close to his heart even when he was across the country in San Francisco, he made an effort to reach out in the local community to touch the lives of his fellow DMV citizens.

Morgan has spent countless hours in classrooms speaking with the youngest of Redskins Nation and was the grand marshal for the Cherry Blossom Festival—a Washington, D.C. exclusive—taking in the sights and sounds of downtown that were reminiscent of his childhood days.

Now, he is ready to take those same streets again to end breast cancer once and for all.

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Garcon’s Elusive Touchdown Is A Top Play

Posted by Stephen Czarda on May 8, 2013 – 12:26 pm

Pierre Garcon, Mike Jenkins

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During the 2012 offseason the Washington Redskins reloaded their offense with several big play, quick-strike weapons on the offensive side of the football.

When free agency’s flood gates were unlocked, the Redskins bolstered their wide receiver core by adding the Super Bowl experienced Pierre Garcon and homegrown talent Josh Morgan.

Then during the annual NFL Draft, they acquired soon-to-be record setting rookies Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris.

Not a bad quartet to repackage your assault around.

In their regular season debut together, the Griffin III-Garcon connection struck early, torching the New Orleans Saints defense for an 88-yard touchdown in the first quarter that was stamped off by the now internationally famous “Griffining” celebration.

Then later in the season the duo struck gold again, only this time the whole country witnessed their magnificence.

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Morris Brothers Were ‘Batman and Robin’

Posted by Stephen Czarda on May 8, 2013 – 10:28 am

(S. Morris photo courtesy of SAA Sports)

(S. Morris Photo Courtesy SAA Sports, A. Morris Photo Courtesy AP Images)

Yesterday, we explored Kevin Matthews’ deep bloodlines in the NFL. His Hall of Fame father, Bruce Matthews, is of Oilers/Titans fame and his cousin is current Green Bay Packer All-Pro linebacker Clay Matthews III.

Matthews, though, is the only current family member with the luxury of calling Washington, D.C. home.

Last year Redskins running back Alfred Morris, of the lesser known Morris clan, burst onto the scene galloping to a franchise record 1,613 yards.

Morris became quarterback Robert Griffin III’s go-to sidekick when the burgundy and gold lined up in the pistol formation.

No. 46, however, has his own Robin to his Batman—Birmingham Southern running back and little brother Shawn Morris.

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