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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Kedric Golston
Jason Hatcher and Chris Baker will start at defensive end for the Redskins. We know that much. But who will back them up?
The Redskins already know who will start at nose tackle. But who will back up Barry Cofield?
When the Washington Redskins were placed in salary cap jail by the NFL, Kedric Golston had to say goodbye to his best friend on the team.
Kedric Golston doesn't make highlight reel plays but he's a solid, veteran leader for the Redskins.
Overall, coach Mike Shanahan lived up to his word. The Redskins mostly remained idle, limited by having only $3 million or so of salary cap space because of their $18 million cap penalty.
The Redskins' Alexander and Golston are among several pairs of NFL teammates or former teammates who have ventured together into the business world. Some players pursue it as a hobby. Others hope to maximize their celebrity and disposable income to start building for their lives after football.
Kedric Golston got all too used to playing out the string on some bad Washington Redskins teams during his NFL career. He has the mentality down pat
Understanding the reality of where his Washington Redskins are after eight weeks, coach Mike Shanahan on Monday busted out the phrase that players agreed best describes the upcoming game against the Carolina Panthers: "I think everybody knows that it's a must-win game," he said.
Giving up big plays often this season, the Washington Redskins' secondary has been a popular punching bag. Often, that criticism is deserved.
Kedric Golston stood near his locker and stroked his goatee late Sunday afternoon as he contemplated how to answer the question that has come to define this Washington Redskins season after two straight ugly defensive performances in a pair of losses.
Upsetting the New Orleans Saints in a charged atmosphere at the Superdome was a special victory for the Washington Redskins. The smiles on players' faces last week made that clear. But it didn't take long for veteran nose tackle Kedric Golston to provide the reality check.
The Washington Redskins continued on Tuesday to fortify their roster with the start of their offseason program approaching. They signed free agent safety Madieu Williams, signed cornerback Leigh Torrence for his second stint with the team and re-signed free agent defensive end Kedric Golston.
Left tackle Trent Williams will to have to play through pain whenever he returns from his high right ankle sprain.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' defense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 23-0 loss to the Buffalo Bills.
Albert Haynesworth just stands there, wearing his baseball cap and watching his teammates play.
The 31-year-old Golston added to his value this offseason by playing some nose tackle while Barry Cofield recovered from hernia surgery.
"Hopefully the money's going to be used on the right kind of player to help us win football games," Golston said. "For years, teams have spent tons of money and maxed out on the cap, and that doesn't mean they've had productive seasons. It's not about necessarily spending the most money."