All the intrigue and suspense involved in the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback competition is just too much to be contained in a four-game preseason. This one appears headed to overtime.
The NFL and the players' union are donating $1 million to memorials and charities to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Michael Vick shared some laughs, and offered up an occasional smile. But for the most part, his Tuesday news conference announcing his new contract was handled the same way he's handled everything since he landed in Philadelphia two years ago.
Oft-injured receiver Malcolm Kelly's tenure with the Washington Redskins reached its expected conclusion on Tuesday when the club waived him at the league deadline for reducing the team's roster to 80 players.
When Brandyn Thompson takes inventory of everything he has done for the Washington Redskins over the past five weeks, his tumbling interception in the second preseason game doesn't come to mind first. That is the type of play he expects to make, so there's no reason for it to stand out.
Jarvis Jenkins smiled as he chatted with teammates outside the Washington Redskins' locker room Monday. The wrap on his injured right knee is something he has accepted.
So you think Dan Snyder is the lousiest owner in Washington Redskins history? Forget it, despite the franchise's 86-106 record over 12 seasons under his highfalutin' hand.
It's OK if you've cracked a joke or two about the blockbuster John Beck-Rex Grossman quarterback competition over the past four months. You can admit it. You're not alone.
Through three preseason games, the Washington Redskins' running attack has worked in ways that were possible only on a chalkboard last season.