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Thursday Practice Snapshots

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on December 5, 2013 – 2:00 pm

Robert Griffin III releases a pass

Robert Griffin III releases a pass

The Redskins enjoyed another warm, sunny December day outdoors for their second practice of the week.

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Thursday Practice Snapshots

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on November 21, 2013 – 2:15 pm


Pierre Garcon takes off

The odd musical selection continues. Today at Redskins Park, the team stretched out to country music tunes, ZZ Top and AC/DC as opposed to the normal hip-hop fare.

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From FedExField To The Maternity Ward

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on November 5, 2013 – 3:59 pm

Aldrick Robinson


Three weeks ago against Chicago, Aldrick Robinson raced 45 yards down the field, spun his back toward a defender and scooped a pass into his stomach to score a touchdown.

The wide receiver’s impeccable timing runs in the family.

After a 30-24 overtime win over the Chargers on Sunday, Robinson cleaned up, got dressed and drove directly to a maternity ward. His wife, Bianca, was a couple hours away from going into labor with the couple’s first child.

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Redskins Halloween Social Roundup

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on November 1, 2013 – 10:06 am

While you were double-fisting candy and escorting your own group of witches, vampires or comic book super heroes last night, the Redskins could relate.

Kory Lichtensteiger and his wife, Mandi, had their hands full


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What Went Right: Week 6

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on October 14, 2013 – 12:44 pm

Highlight: Alfred Morris busts the longest run of his career, a 45-yard touchdown to cut the lead to single digits.

What went right: This is what a well executed zone running play looks like. The offensive line and the runner are moving in perfect concert. This play is successful because each blocker completes his assignment, Morris has the vision to be decisive and then breaks a tackle to complete the big gain. Center Will Montgomery has to trust guard Kory Lichtensteiger to handle the defensive tackle. Watch how quickly he passes the defender off, leaving the double team to get to the next level and  seal off Sean Lee in the middle. Outside linebacker Justin Durant keys on fullback Darrel Young, effectively running himself out of the play. Morris sees the lane, cuts upfield and has the patience to make a another cut off Montgomery. Orlando Scandrick can’t square up on Morris, and the runner shakes him off to complete the play.

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Guards LeRibeus, Gettis Wait Their Turns

Posted by Brian Tinsman on August 7, 2013 – 10:08 am

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The Redskins’ quarterback play was not exactly spectacular in 2011, but Rex Grossman and John Beck didn’t receive much help from their offensive line.

Injuries–coupled with a high-profile suspension–exposed a severe lack of quality depth. Offensive line coach Chris Foerster was forced to shuffle the lineup more than a half-dozen times that season.

It thus made perfect sense for Mike Shanahan to select two versatile offensive lineman in the 2012 draft. Enter guards Josh LeRibeus (SMU, 3rd round) and Adam Gettis (Iowa, 5th round), who would ostensibly crack the Redskins starting lineup sooner rather than later.

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“Little Skins Football” Event Huge Success

Posted by Chris Herting on April 6, 2013 – 1:02 pm


More than one hundred Redskins Kids Club members, ages 5-8, and their parents gathered together today for an exclusive Redskins Kids Club Event from 10am-12pm in the Indoor Training Facility at Redskins Park. Redskins G/C Kory Lichtensteiger was in attendance to read “A Little Skins Football Story”, authored by Richard Torrey, which tells the tale of little Drew joining his first football team.

The one-of-a-kind Kids Club event garnered the attention of families from all across the DC, Maryland, and Virginia area as they showed up in droves to enjoy a beautiful spring day which consisted of an exclusive reading followed by football drills on the field.

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Redskins Excited To Return To Team

Posted by Stephen Czarda on March 11, 2013 – 6:03 pm

Darrel Young

On Monday, the Washington Redskins announced that it has re-signed five players who were instrumental in the team’s late season push to the playoffs and the 2012 NFC East title; the first in 13 years, as well as tenuring another.

On the offensive side of the pigskin the Redskins re-signed fullback Darrel Young, the lead blocker to record-setting running back Alfred Morris, offensive guard Kory Lichtensteiger and tight end Logan Paulsen.

On defense, the team brought back linebacker Rob Jackson, tendered nose tackle Chris Baker, and signed long snapper Nick Sundberg from the special teams unit.

Find out what the players had to say about returning to the Burgundy and Gold and the chance to conquer the NFC East once again.

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Morris, Lichtensteiger Make ‘All-Joe Team’

Posted by Stephen Czarda on February 19, 2013 – 4:39 pm

Cortez Allen, Alfred Morris

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The 21st All-Joe Team was recently announced by USA Today and Redskins running back Alfred Morris and guard Kory Lichtensteiger were selected.

The All-Joe Team was originally comprised by USA Today Sports writer Larry Weisman in honor of Kansas City defensive lineman Joe Phillips after he helped teammates Derrick Thomas and Neil Smith combined to take down quarterbacks 29 times during the 1992 season.

While Thomas and Smith received the brunt of attention, Phillips was instrumental in paving the way to get his teammates to the ball.

The team is an annual presentation of some of the hardest working players in the league. Often, these players are deemed “over-achievers” and rarely get the same level of media attention that some of the top superstars in the league receive. The only parameter of inclusion to the All-Joe Team is that the player has yet to be selected to the Pro Bowl.

However, many All-Joe Team selections go on to be selected to the annual contest in the Rainbow State. Prime example: 2011 All-Joe and 2012 Pro Bowl special teamer Lorenzo Alexander.

Find out why Morris and Lichtensteiger were deserving of the honor here:

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Behind The Scenes: Winchester Tour Stop

Posted by Andrew Walker on May 25, 2012 – 12:13 pm

There was lots of fun to be had Thursday as the Washington Redskins 80th Anniversary Thank You Tour made the first stop of its two-month-long trek in Winchester, Va.

And, boy, what a warm reception we received.

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