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Former Washington Redskins linebacker LaVar Arrington finally went home yesterday, two weeks after he was badly injured in a motorcycle accident.
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LaVar Arrington was more severely injured in his June 19 motorcycle accident than his agent and attorney let on.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES Roger Goodell wasn't born to be NFL commissioner. It just seems that way.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES Former Washington Redskins star LaVar Arrington was seriously hurt yesterday when he crashed his motorcycle into a guardrail, breaking at least one bone and adding another setback to a once brilliant career beset by injuries and hard luck.
THE WASHINGTON TIMES With the Washington Redskins' history of playing their top draft choices fairly soon and only retread Warrick Holdman ahead of him at weakside linebacker, Rocky McIntosh figured to see plenty of action as a rookie last season.
After watching Jason Campbell complete pass after pass to receivers yesterday during the final practice of minicamp, Washington Redskins associate head coach Al Saunders expressed satisfaction with his quarterback's offseason progress.
If Shawn Springs is going to open up about his decision to stay away from Redskin Park this spring, the Washington Redskins' cornerback has just one day left to tell his story before training camp.