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Latest Brian Orakpo Items
While the Redskins' players and coaches seek to snap a four-game losing streak against the Chiefs, Washington's front office will be in evaluation mode.
The Redskins may be out of the playoff hunt, but that doesn't mean they can afford to mail it in over the next four weeks.
Brian Orakpo said that he wants to return to the Redskins and it's seems that the team wants him back. But this confluence of wants won't necessarily result in a new contract.
Rich Tandler takes a look at the state of the Redskins after 12 games, including some positive steps from Brian Orakpo.
In 5 seasons with the Washington Redskins, Brian Orakpo has been lots of things. At times, Orakpo has been a dominant pass rushing force. At other times, Orakpo has vanished.
Penalties aren't the biggest reason the Redskins lost Sunday night. But they certainly didn't help matters.
Brian Orakpo, disappointed by the loss to the Giants, said the team won't quit despite being out of playoff contention.
A deep voice carried through the locker room's gloom. "It hurts. It sucks," Brian Orakpo said. "What else can I say?" Used training tape, bits of turf and an orphaned white sock decorated the faded gold carpet under his feet. Late Sunday night, the locker room at FedEx Field emptied as fast as Redskins could shower and dress after the 24-17 loss to the Giants.
After an uneven first eight games, Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo has made his presence felt -- consistently -- the past three games.