By Elaine Donnelly
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The case has been delayed numerous times since Taylor was killed in 2007 during what prosecutors say was a botched robbery at his Miami-area home.
The Redskins and former Miami Dolphins quarterback Pat White are interested in agreeing to a contract, according to a CBS Sports report.
Regret hangs in each of Venjah Hunte's neat cursive words spread over two and a half pages of notebook paper.
When Sean Taylor went full-speed in practice, that included hitting his Washington Redskins teammates like he did opponents in games. But not tight end Chris Cooley, his friend with whom he talked to every day.
We don't know what drove Jovan Belcher to kill his girlfriend, in front of their infant daughter and his mother, before heading to the Kansas City Chiefs' practice facility and killing himself. But in the wake of this tragedy, I find myself pondering another question, too: Whose death would be enough to alter the NFL's almighty schedule?
The Washington Redskins ruined DeAngelo Williams' Sunday morning, so the Carolina Panthers running back was determined to ruin their afternoon.
Ten players and coaches were added to the greatest list of Washington Redskins on Friday as part of the team's 80th anniversary celebration.
Second on the Washington Redskins' all-time rushing list and someone owner Daniel Snyder said Thursday belongs in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Clinton Portis might be best known for some zany characters he played.
Independence Day undoubtedly stirs sadness in many folks, including loved ones of former Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair and former Northwestern University men's basketball coach Ricky Byrdsong.
Strong safety LaRon Landry departed the Washington Redskins in free agency, as expected. The former cornerstone of the Redskins' secondary signed a one-year, $4 million free agent contract with the New York Jets on Monday
While the sporting world counts down the hours until the start of Sunday's Super Bowl, family and friends of onetime Washington Redskins superstar Sean Taylor face a much longer wait for justice to be done.
A judge in Miami has set an April 16 trial date for the alleged shooter in the 2007 killing of Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor.
Earlier this season, it was an Achilles tendon injury, a carryover from last year, that kept LaRon Landry from his appointed rounds as the Washington Redskins' strong safety. Now it's a groaning groin. He missed practice again Thursday, and his game-day status — with the New York Jets coming to town — is once more in doubt.
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.
Claiming he paid for nightclub outings, sex parties, cars and other gifts, former Miami booster and convicted Ponzi schemer Nevin Shapiro has told Yahoo! Sports he provided extra benefits to 72 of the university's football players and other athletes between 2002 and 2010.
After the game, Ralph Ortega pulled Taylor aside and told the youngster he could be special.
"I pay attention. The big games that they have on TV, they have a lot of Nebraska games out here or regional games out here," he said. "I talk to a couple of players back at Ohio State. I pay attention to Ohio State."