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Topic - Darrion Scott
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' defense and some observations after rewatching the TV broadcast of their 23-17 win over the Seattle Seahawks.
The Washington Redskins re-signed receiver Donte Stallworth and defensive end Darrion Scott and placed receiver Leonard Hankerson (torn labrum in right hip) and defensive end Kedric Golston (knee) on injured reserve.
While Jarvis Jenkins lay on the M&T Bank Stadium turf clutching his right knee Thursday night, Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan's heart sank when he watched the replay on the videoboard. He saw how Jenkins' knee buckled and knew it was serious.
My observations, analysis and conclusions about the Washington Redskins' defense after re-watching their 34-31 preseason loss to the Baltimore Ravens using the TV broadcast:
The Washington Redskins have placed defensive linemen Ma'ake Kemoeatu and Phillip Daniels on injured reserve.
Albert Haynesworth has made it through his first full practice with the Washington Redskins, working as a second-string nose tackle.
Albert Haynesworth returned to work as $100 million backup Monday, working at second-string nose tackle in his first full practice at this year's Washington Redskins training camp.