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Even though the Redskins are 4-9 and the Cowboys have lost two in a row to slip to 8-5, their Dec. 27 meeting remains a national TV game.
Versatile big man gets a sack in front of friends and family
There are no surprises among the Redskins' inactives
I'm hearing that LaRon Landry will start at strong safety today with Kareem Moore taking over at free safety.
DeAngelo Hall will join Albert Haynesworth and Mike Sellers on the inactive list on Sunday.
Albert Haynesworth and Mike Sellers won't play Sunday.
New Orleans stays on top -- barely -- followed closely by the other unbeaten, the Indianapolis Colts.
Clinton Portis talks about being placed on IR and his future.
Running back Clinton Portis' season is over.
Jim Zorn talks about the kicking situation on his radio show.
Talking Raiders with Jerry McDonald of The Oakland Tribune.
Already voted the NFL's dirtiest defensive player, Albert Haynesworth has been named the league's strongest man.
Shaun Suisham, the most accurate kicker in Redskins history, could be out a job after his 23-yard miss with 1:56 left cost Washington a monumental upset of unbeaten New Orleans on Sunday.
Injuries need more evaluation this week
Receiver Antwaan Randle El sprained a shoulder on his 44-yard catch that set up Shaun Suisham's last field goal.
By John McAfee