Coaches like to say that players like Hatcher have a bit of an edge, or a mean streak. Hatcher said he is “a hard guy.” But perhaps veteran cornerback DeAngelo Hall described him best. “Just a dog,” Hall said. “Just a gangster, man. He’s unblockable.”
Five questions heading into the Redskins’ Saturday night preseason game against the Ravens in Baltimore.
Gruden said Thursday that he plans for the starters to play approximately a first half in the preseason game Saturday at Baltimore, though that could change depending on how much work each unit gets.
Clark insists he’s not responsible for Rambo’s continued maturation. It’s all on his teammate to play more consistently this season if he hopes to secure a spot on the roster.
Two veteran Redskins defenders say a league predicated on scoring and entertainment saw the Super Bowl and thought a tweak was necessary.
The second-year running back, who had been out nearly two weeks with a sprained right ankle, participated in individual drills Wednesday afternoon.
The biggest concern coming out of Monday’s preseason game? Griffin avoiding hits and learning to slide. He said he gets it, and is working on it.
Seriously, though, don’t draft Peyton. If you do, your team won’t necessarily be doomed, but you should learn from recent history. There is no way he repeats his record-breaking numbers from last season.
For the eighth straight year, the Cowboys are worth the most of all 32 NFL franchises, valued at $3.2 billion. Only Real Madrid at $3.4 billion is worth more among global franchises.
Browns coach Mike Pettine picked Hoyer over Manziel to start the Sept. 7 at Pittsburgh, finally ending a competition that dragged through the summer. Hoyer is the choice for now, but the real test for him will be how long he keeps it from Manziel.
Coach Mike Pettine’s decision became tougher after Hoyer and Manziel played poorly in an exhibition loss at Washington on Monday night. Manziel also made an obscene gesture toward the Redskins’ sideline, an act Pettine called “extremely disappointing” and will likely result in a fine from the NFL.
Little more than a week ago the Redskins rookie cornerback had just been cited for marijuana possession, busted next to a run-down gas station in Richmond, where the Redskins held training camp. Monday night, he was whacking opponents on national television.