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- Illinois readies to spend $100M for Obama museum in Chicago
- John Edwards back in court — this time as a lawyer for Va. boy’s malpractice case
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- Thanks, Chuck: Hagel says U.S. sending Ukraine sleeping mats, helmets
Latest Kyle Shanahan Items
Raheem Morris' voice boomed across the defensive backfield during a 6-on-7 passing drill at Senior Bowl practice. The charisma and energy that helped propel him to an NFL head coaching position at age 32 has been on display since Monday's start of his tenure as the Redskins' defensive backs coach.
There were times this season — many times, in fact — when Evan Royster would enter the locker room at Redskins Park without anyone caring to notice. Such is life for an NFL practice squad player. Anonymity is the norm.
Rex Grossman met the question head on. When a reporter late Saturday afternoon asked him to explain his latest interception, the one that extended the Washington Redskins' deficit beyond their reach in a 33-26 loss to the Minnesota Vikings, there was no need to hesitate.
The Washington Redskins' offense was sputtering as usual last Sunday when an unlikely source finally provided a spark.
As if the zero next to the Washington Redskins' name on the scoreboard last week wasn't enough of a punch in Kyle Shanahan's gut, his wife was ready with some advice when he got home from Toronto.
Once again, it's time to check off some items on my "TIDU List" - Things I Don't Understand:
Left tackle Trent Williams felt good about his Week 1 performance against New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul despite the fact Pierre-Paul had two sacks and forced a fumble on one of them.
Peggy Shanahan feared the worst because she knows her husband and son as well as anybody. A pair of intense, detail-obsessed competitors working closely for 16 hours a day or more? Oh yeah, that would end well. She could see the outcome clearly — the awkward silence at family dinners, the tumultuous discussions on vacation. What a joy it would be for Mike to captain the Washington Redskins' building project with Kyle as one of his top lieutenants.
Anytime John Beck or Rex Grossman talks at Redskins Park, the questions come in rapid-fire form. Everyone got a chance to see both quarterbacks in the same game last week against the Indianapolis Colts, so their competition is a front-burner subject.