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Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon practiced Monday afternoon for the first time in a month. It's the first indication in weeks that he might play again this year instead of opting for season-ending surgery to repair his sprained right foot.
Although Pierre Garcon will try to test his sprained right foot after the bye week, the injured Washington Redskins wide receiver voiced little optimism Tuesday about the problem getting better anytime soon.
The NFL on Monday said officials erred in not taking Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams' touchdown off the board because of an inadvertent whistle.
When a team plays like the Washington Redskins did Sunday at the Pittsburgh Steelers, the result is predictable.
Robert Griffin III stood in the pocket in the rain and scrambled on the wet grass at Heinz Field looking for targets. Fred Davis, his most popular one this season, wasn't there.
It wasn't bad enough for the Washington Redskins that they had suffered plenty of injuries in games and practices so far this season. Sunday brought a unique, scary scene about two hours before they kicked off at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
When you've lost for as long as the Washington Redskins have lost, a kind of Battered Fan Syndrome sets in. A break will go against the team early in the game, and a here-we-go-again mentality will take over. But the Redskins weren't cursed Sunday, not in the least.
Raheem Morris will give out handshakes and hugs, many to his former players, before the Washington Redskins play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. The Irvington, N.J., native feels as though he actually were born and raised in Tampa because of everything he experienced with the Buccaneers during nine seasons as quality control coach, head coach and everything in between before becoming the Redskins' defensive backs coach in the offseason.
Five questions to keep in mind when Washington visits Tampa Bay.