August has not been Al Saunders' month.
1. STARTING OFFENSE
Metro hopes to make it easier for area sports fans to get to Washington Nationals and Redskins home games tomorrow night.
Normally taciturn Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor commemorated yesterday's official end of training camp practices by talking to the media for the first time this summer.
Santana Moss has a routine: Any part of his body that has been torn, strained, sprained, pulled, aggravated, nicked or tweaked gets smothered by a bag of ice every day. No exceptions.
Give Reed Doughty credit for one thing — his preseason debuts always are memorable.
This year, the Washington Redskins are loaded at cornerback.
Joe Bugel didn't mince words yesterday about his offensive line's performance in the Washington Redskins' preseason opener at Tennessee.
The Washington Redskins signed veteran receiver Todd Pinkston before yesterday's practice, but coach Joe Gibbs said it's not an indication the team is fed up with Brandon Lloyd and his lingering shin splints.