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Latest Tim Hightower Items
Receiver Jabar Gaffney had two plays to forget in the final 36 seconds of the first half. What began with the Redskins' attempt to try to salvage a tiebreaking field goal before time expired ended with them going to the locker room trailing by three points.
The way offensive starters have been dropping for the Washington Redskins, the remaining healthy members may want to consider encasing themselves in bubble wrap.
Receiver Santana Moss made an impassioned plea Monday for Rex Grossman to remain the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback. Moss didn't get his way — coach Mike Shanahan decided that John Beck will start Sunday against Carolina — but that doesn't mean he backed off his belief.
Chris Cooley caught the ball on a short play in the first quarter in the open field. Unfortunately for him and the Redskins, it was his first and only catch of the day.
Coach Mike Shanahan has a history of employing a committee of running backs rather than featuring a single player. Different players have different strengths, he says, so rotating backs is often the best strategy.
Chris Foerster did backflips on the inside when he saw how new right guard Chris Chester executed a combination block in the first quarter of last Sunday's game.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after rewatching the TV broadcast of their 17-10 win over the St. Louis Rams.
The young NFL career of Ryan Torain has taught the running back, if nothing else, patience.
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.