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Rich Campbell covers the Washington Redskins for The Washington Times.
The left tackle adamantly denied on Wednesday any notion that the quarterback is purposely not being helped to his feet by his offensive linemen after he's sacked or tackled, calling such claims "ridiculous."
Redskins tight end Jordan Reed took a big step toward playing this Sunday night against the New York Giants when doctors cleared him to participate in Wednesday's practice.
The tight end acknowledged on Wednesday he was slightly late for a team meeting, but denied he had completely missed one and that his limited snaps in his first game in over a month were related to discipline.
The coach failed to dispel a report that Davis played only a handful of snaps on Monday against the 49ers because of a disciplinary measure.
For Redskins fans, the next month is not all that hard. You can choose not to watch them play the New York Giants on Sunday Night Football and spare yourself the frustration. You can tune out smaller stories like players missing team meetings or why the quarterback's dad was allowed in the locker room after the San Francisco loss. You can even ignore the bigger picture stuff - the future of the coaching staff or the front office - until those decisions are actually made.
The defensive end will miss the remainder of the season after an examination revealed the lingering soreness in his right knee is the result of damaged cartilage around the bone.
The quarterback responded to a report that he has asked not to have negative plays shown during the Redskins' film review sessions by asserting it isn't true.
A few weeks back almost every one of our 17 panelists decided the Redskins were a lock to beat the Minnesota Vikings. We all know how that turned out. This week none picked Washington to beat San Francisco.
Bowen has been bothered by soreness in his right knee for several weeks, while Davis will replace rookie Jordan Reed, who is still recovering from a concussion.
The Redskins will look to snap a two-game losing streak under the lights of a “Monday Night Football” telecast when they host the 49ers at FedEx Field.
Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan denied an NFL Network report Sunday that quarterback Robert Griffin III has asked the team to stop showing his negative plays during film sessions.
Redskins tight end Jordan Reed will not play in Monday's game against the San Francisco 49ers with continuing concussion symptoms. The 49ers will be without two starters.
Redskins veteran middle linebacker London Fletcher said this week he has no regrets about returning for a 16th NFL season, but has not yet made up his mind about returning for another.
A week after being inactive for the Redskins' game against the Eagles, the wide receiver will resume his starting role Monday against the 49ers, his former team.
Ellison was suspended without pay for one game on Friday after an investigation determined he made “a profane and derogatory statement” to Williams on Sunday.
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