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Topic - Nick Sundberg
Even though their are in a tough competition on the field, the Redskins' specialists are enjoying some time together on the Atlantic Ocean.
Nearly six months after suffering a serious knee injury, Redskins long snapper Nick Sundberg says he has been cleared to return.
After a dismal season on special teams in 2013, the Redskins figure to make some big changes to personnel this offseason. Who stays and who goes?
Nick Sundberg wants Roger Goodell to alter the extra point kick rather than eliminating it.
Kai Forbath had nerves, "just a little more than normal." A few teammates did, too. The game and the Washington Redskins' playoff hopes were on the line as the rookie kicker — who was perfect in his NFL career — stepped onto the field in overtime.
Although Pierre Garcon will try to test his sprained right foot after the bye week, the injured Washington Redskins wide receiver voiced little optimism Tuesday about the problem getting better anytime soon.
Nick Sundberg knew his left arm was broken, but it was up to Washington Redskins long snapper whether he'd stay in Sunday's game. He watched center Will Montgomery practicing long snaps on the sideline with holder Sav Rocca and his mind was made up.
The Washington Redskins signed long snapper Justin Snow to replace Nick Sundberg, who was put on injured reserve with a broken left arm. Snow was signed Tuesday after a workout at Redskins Park. He spent the past 12 seasons with the Indianapolis Colts.
Long snapper Nick Sundberg entered the locker room Monday at Redskins Park with a cast that extended past his elbow, the result of suffering a broken left arm in the second quarter of the Redskins' 40-32 victory at New Orleans on Sunday.
The Washington Redskins would have been more than content to sit on their 13-point lead going into halftime Sunday. Robert Griffin III had the Superdome quiet and the New Orleans Saints wondering what they could do to change the game.
The Washington Redskins practice rushed field goals every week, and on a normal occasion they have no problem setting up and snapping the ball with room to spare.
The flood started with Erik Cook's wrinkled shirt.
In the coming weeks, Sundberg said he and kicker Kai Forbath will work on regaining their timing and rhythm with a new cog in the field goal kicking operation.
"Everything is about timing and rhythm," Sundberg said. "My short snaps are a little different than some other guys in the league. I throw the ball pretty quick and some guys aren't used to it. It's all repetition."