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Topic - Phillip Buchanon
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.
The Philadelphia Eagles are reeling as they prepare to visit FedEx Field on Sunday, scrambling to save their season after a 1-4 start.
Cornerback Phillip Buchanon practiced with the Washington Redskins on Tuesday for the first time since the regular season began. His four-game suspension has expired, and he could play against the Philadelphia Eagles on Oct. 16. The Redskins have their bye this weekend.
In Coral Gables, Fla., and around college football, the tremors of a Yahoo Sports report detailing specific and far-reaching allegations about the Miami Hurricanes are being felt. On Wednesday, Redskins players who went to the school brushed off the topic.
It was in September 2008 when Kevin Barnes — then a cornerback at Maryland — hit Jahvid Best so hard the Cal running back lost his lunch and had to leave the game. Thanks to YouTube and his career with the Washington Redskins, Barnes still hears about it whenever he interacts with fans.
Veteran cornerback Phillip Buchanon, who re-signed with the Washington Redskins this week, will miss the first four games of the regular season because he was suspended by the NFL. Coach Mike Shanahan told reporters of the suspension but would not discuss details.
Washington Redskins cornerback Phillip Buchanon will be suspended for the first four games of the regular season, coach Mike Shanahan said Tuesday.
Kicker Graham Gano had no competition during the Washington Redskins' training camp last season, which was a bit odd.
Jim Haslett's family still lives in St. Louis, so he's naturally looking forward to the Washington Redskins' trip to the Edward Jones Dome this weekend.
Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall says he knows what his team needs to do to win: have him cover each opponent's top receiver.
No NFL defense is giving up more yards or first downs than the Washington Redskins so far, and cornerback DeAngelo Hall offered a solution Monday: He should cover each opponent's top receiver.