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By Tammy Bruce
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Topic - John Beck
If these are indeed Mike Shanahan's final days with the Washington Redskins, his legacy will be the inability to make things work at quarterback.
The Redskins' quarterback overhaul continued Saturday afternoon when the team decided to release veteran John Beck.
Shouldn't the Redskins, after two seasons under Mike Shanahan, be further — maybe even a lot further — along the rebuilding path?
The New York Giants and New York Jets share an NFL stadium, but their owners don't share political views. Woody Johnson of the Jets is a top fundraiser for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, while Giants co-owner Jonathan Tisch is a generous backer of President Obama.
Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan acknowledged Friday he began watching game film of college quarterbacks at midseason.
Rex Grossman's completions of 17 and 20 yards on consecutive plays to start the Washington Redskins' second drive against the Miami Dolphins last Sunday were a reminder that it is indeed possible for this team to gain significant chunks of yards, to succeed and then build on that success.
Washington Redskins quarterback John Beck is determined not to let his recent demotion halt his progress.
The Washington Redskins are circling on a carousel of losses. Round and round they go. This disaster of a season got away from them last month because of Rex Grossman's interceptions. It then twirled to John Beck's poor timing. And on Sunday it whipped back around to another costly Grossman pick.
John Beck's run as the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback is over after three miserable losses.
Washington Redskins quarterback John Beck split first-team practice repetitions with Rex Grossman in preparation for Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins, a source with knowledge of the situation confirmed Saturday.
The wheels have fallen off the Washington Redskins' train after a promising start. What's that? You bought your plane ticket for the February trip to Indianapolis back in early October? Ouch.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 19-11 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
John Beck's play in his third loss as the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback was better than his second, coach Mike Shanahan said Monday.
It's not just that the Washington Redskins lost Sunday. It's the way they lost. In times of crisis - and that time is definitely at hand for the Redskins - the coaching staff has to check its egos at the door and try to win games however it can.
He called his fourth-round selection a "steal" and said he notified Beck early so he could negotiate with other teams during the draft.
Mr. Beck, in contrast, said he isn't out front in expressing his political views in the locker room, lest it disrupt team harmony.