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Ryan Kerrigan Returns Home

Posted by Alex Corddry on July 12, 2013 – 4:52 pm

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Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan visited his alma mater Muncie Central High School, which reminded him of his days as a Bearcat. Cherishing the blood, sweat, and tears under the Friday night lights.

His old stomping grounds was where he began his path to personal and professional success.

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There Was No Denying Jake Scott Early On

Posted by Stephen Czarda on July 12, 2013 – 2:50 pm

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[With 13 days until the start of training camp, we take a look back at the career of safety Jake Scott. Scott spent three seasons with the Washington Redskins and formed one of the greatest safety parings along with Ken Houston.]

While David Amerson and Phillip Thomas got the brunt of attention from draft “experts” for their ball-hawking talents (both led college football in interceptions the last two seasons), sixth round selection Bacarri Rambo deserves his fair share of the spotlight too.

Rambo recorded a University of Georgia record 16 interceptions in the hardest conference in college football. A feat that deserves an award of its own.

Georgia has seen the likes of Champ Bailey and Tim Jennings leave school to make a fantastic living terrorizing NFL defenses, but neither man was able to do what Rambo did—tie Jake Scott’s career interceptions mark.

Scott wasn’t too kind to the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl VII, but after a late career move to our Nation’s Capital, he proved that making a great second impression is just as important as the first–especially to Redskins Nation.

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The Instagram Lifestyle Of One Niles Paul

Posted by Stephen Czarda on July 12, 2013 – 12:43 pm

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(AP photo)

Tight end Niles Paul is a busy man year-round.

Not only has he already played two positions in his first two seasons in the NFL and made return men wish they had chosen a different occupation (see Minnesota Vikings returner/cornerback Marcus Sherels as proof), but he is perhaps Instagram’s top user.

For years, fans wanted an inside glimpse at the lives of their favorite players, but without social media, they were left to guess of their whereabouts once seasons came to a close.

Look no further than No. 84, though, as evidence of the extreme power social media has on keeping us connected.

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Your Thoughts On Backup Running Back

Posted by Stephen Czarda on July 12, 2013 – 10:51 am

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You have spoken and the results are in for who you believe will be second on the Washington Redskins running back depth chart behind sophomore Alfred Morris.

With his 1,613-yard, 13 touchdown performance to include a trio of end zone trips against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football to end the season, No. 46 is the clear-cut starter in the backfield entering 2013.

But what about the other running backs behind him?

Well without further ado here is who you picked to be Morris’ primary backup this year.

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