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Topic - Doug Worthington
Quarterback Robert Griffin III was surprised not to feel very sore when he woke up Monday morning. In addition to being knocked to the ground 13 times before the whistle in Sunday's 31-28 loss to the St. Louis Rams, he absorbed some punishment after it, as well.
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.
Justin Hartwig, the Steelers' starting center the past two seasons, was cut Saturday after the team failed to work out a trade for him.
Doug Worthington acknowledged it's been a long time coming.
"With this 3-4, long arms, tall guy, you've got to play lateral and whatnot, and coach [Jacob] Burney has done tremendous with me the last year and a half with working on my technique and getting better," Worthington said. "Getting from the run to the pass is something I've been working on this offseason."