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Topic - Nick Barnett
Later this afternoon, a number of Redskins will become free agents. Who are they and who's got a chance of re-signing at a later date?
With London Fletcher set to retire, Perry Riley scheduled to become a free agent and little depth behind them at inside linebacker, this offseason could see considerable change at one of the most important positions on defense
The Redskins are making a roster move before their final game.
Eleven seasons into his football career, Washington Redskins linebacker Nick Barnett figures he has a pretty good sense of the sort of teasing and hazing and horsing around that happens in the typical NFL locker room, especially when it comes to rookies.
Last Sunday, Fletcher left the field for a play on Detroit's second drive of the game and was off for three more plays on its third drive. That's not a move he would have made a few years ago. It's one that is necessary now.
The Miami Dolphins were the team featured on "Hard Knocks" last summer. Funny, the Buffalo Bills haven't needed a TV series title to define their past 12 seasons.
So long as the Buffalo Bills keep winning, coach Chan Gailey won't complain too much about the alarming number of yards his defense is allowing.
Running back Fred Jackson combined for 196 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown, and linebacker Nick Barnett had two of the Buffalo Bills' four interceptions off Michael Vick in a 31-24 victory Sunday over the Philadelphia Eagles.
This time it's a comment _ not a tweet _ that's created another rift as the Green Bay Packers prepare for the Super Bowl.
Linebacker Nick Barnett, tight end Jermichael Finley and the rest of the Green Bay Packers' injured players will be in the team's Super Bowl photo after all.
If linebacker Nick Barnett and tight end Jermichael Finley couldn't play for the Green Bay Packers in the Super Bowl, they at least wanted to be included in the team photo.
Some NFL defenders are wondering when the league is going to crack down on infractions they see as equally deserving of suspensions as helmet hits, particularly illegal blocks that go on in the trenches.
Already hammered by injuries, the Green Bay Packers now may be without tight end Jermichael Finley and linebacker Nick Barnett for the rest of the season.
The Green Bay Packers are being hit hard by injuries going into Sunday's game at Washington.
"If you're trying to keep people healthy and injury-free and you turn around and you have a game on Sunday, you know, guys are still healing up from running into cars all day on Sunday and then trying to play again on Thursday," said inside linebacker Nick Barnett, a veteran of five Thursday games. "It would be nice like, Monday games, you don't play on Sunday. Have that many days off. But hey, it's kind of like baseball. This is our doubleheader."
"You have different people, different personalities, different cultures in here, and it's not going to be the same as in an accountant's office or Wall Street. Same as our armed forces," Barnett said, standing at his locker after Washington's practice. "But every social setting has its standards, and when (you) cross those standards ... especially with a guy who is 6-something-foot tall, 300 pounds ... not coming to practice because he feels bullied or whatever the case is, now we have an issue."