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Trenton Robinson And Joey Fatone Of ‘N SYNC

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on April 16, 2014 – 9:42 am

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Apparently Trenton Robinson likes to #turnup to ‘N SYNC. Read more »

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Redskins Offseason Diversions: Monopoly, Playstation And Chicken & Waffles

Posted by Gabe Hiatt on January 6, 2014 – 11:47 am

Offseason priorities include rest, recuperation and dominating your loved ones in a fabricated economy while piling stacks on stacks like Rich “Uncle” Pennybags.

Thanks to social media, here’s a glimpse of the human beings behind the burgundy and gold in the latest edition of “Washington Redskins, They’re Just Like Us!” Read more »

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Redskins Talk Michigan State-Nebraska

Posted by Stephen Czarda on November 16, 2013 – 12:00 pm

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The Legends Division of the Big 10 is on the line and for six Redskins it’s personal.

While they may have to check score updates on their phones during the team’s flight to the City of Brotherly Love, there will be no love lost for about 3 hours when Nebraska and Michigan State duke it out this afternoon.

With Kirk Cousins and Trenton Robinson proudly defending the honor of Michigan State and Roy Helu Jr., Will Compton, Niles Paul and Adam Carriker pulling out their old Cornhusker hats, expect some friendly banter over alma mater supremacy.

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Next Man Up Mentality Continues

Posted by Stephen Czarda on October 16, 2013 – 10:12 am

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In a typical week, Tuesday is the quietest day in the National Football League. The players are required at least one day a week off from football activities and for most franchises that’s Tuesday.

Instead of focusing efforts on reviewing game film from the previous week or analyzing the tendencies of the next opponent, the players give back to the community that continually supports them–win or lose.

Why did I let you know all of this?

Well for starters, the players attended the Redskins’ sixth annual All-Star Survivors Celebration, but from the football side of things, yesterday was the busiest Tuesday of the season.

Tough might be the most befitting word when it comes to the news that long snapper Nick Sundberg and linebacker/budding special teams stalwart  Bryan Kehl were placed on IR.

It’s a rarity that long snappers get publicity past a television personality saying his name, and it’ll probably only be once that you’ll hear it, but with his play and community activism, Sundberg is one of the best known players on this team. While special teams has under-performed this season, Kehl laid down some pretty impressive hits that drew cheers from crowds—both home and away.

Anyway, after perusing through the available player list, the Redskins signed three yesterday (Jordan Pugh was waived). What do they bring to the table? Well a lot more than what the stat sheet says.

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