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Santana Moss reached the playoffs in three of his first four NFL seasons, all with the New York Jets. After Washington acquired him in 2005 for Laveranues Coles, via a straight-up trade, Moss advanced to the postseason in two of his first three years with the Redskins. He was accustomed to such success, having lost just eight times in three seasons at Miami, going 3-0 in bowl games.
Brandon Meriweather returned to the Washington Redskins' defense two Sundays ago just long enough to tease them with hard evidence of what might have been.
Previewing the Thanksgiving Day matchup between the Redskins and Cowboys.
Brandon Meriweather's impact was immediate and noticeable. An interception, a couple of pass break-ups and a handful of tackles made the Washington Redskins defense look totally different, until the safety tore the ACL in his right knee.
An already depleted Washington Redskins defense could be without two cornerstone starters Thursday, in addition to the season-ending injury to safety Brandon Meriweather.
Brandon Meriweather shook off concern, and he wasn't just putting on a brave face for the cameras. The Washington Redskins' safety who left Sunday's game with a right knee injury told coach Mike Shanahan he wanted to go back in.
Every word from Brandon Meriweather sounded like a celebration.
Redskins receiver Pierre Garcon and safety Brandon Meriweather likely will play Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles if they don't suffer any injury setbacks before then, coach Mike Shanahan said after Friday's practice.
Washington Redskins players were scattered around the country last Sunday afternoon during their bye, temporarily away from the misery of their 3-6 season, when opportunity came knocking.