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Latest Joshua Morgan Items
Most of what happens on a football field isn't very nice. If it occurred in your workplace or mine, the perpetrator(s) would probably be whisked off to sensitivity training. But sometimes it takes a game like Sunday's between the Washington Redskins and St. Louis Rams to remind us of that.
The damage caused by the unsportsmanlike conduct penalty Joshua Morgan committed at the end of the Washington Redskins' loss to St. Louis on Sunday can't be undone, but the gaffe can be used as a learning tool going forward.
The Washington Redskins blew a 15-point lead against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday afternoon, but they had a chance to tie the game in the closing moments. However, what could've been a 47-yard field goal attempt turned into a 62-yarder when Joshua Morgan was flagged for an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty after throwing the ball at Cortland Finnegan after a tackle. Billy Cundiff's kick was short and the Redskins came up short in their 31-28 loss.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Joshua Morgan was penalized 15 yards for throwing the ball at St. Louis Rams cornerback Cortland Finnegan with 1:18 remaining in a 3-point game, pushing the Redskins out of field-goal range in a 31-28 loss.
Taking a look at the Redskins' offense in their 40-32 win over the Saints in Week 1.
Robert Griffin III's NFL debut somehow managed to match the excessive hype that preceded this day for months. How he got to that historic perch, though, is the strongest indication this is a new version of the Redskins' offense, not the anemic ones of previous last-place seasons.
Robert Griffin III knelt near the 20-yard line after Santana Moss surged into the end zone Saturday afternoon. The Washington Redskins' new franchise quarterback had thrown a touchdown in front of the home fans for the first time. It was time to celebrate.
The New York Jets traded wide receiver Derrick Mason to the Houston Texans for an undisclosed draft pick.
Texans defensive end Mario Williams is out for the season after tearing a pectoral muscle in Houston's 25-20 loss to the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.