Washington Redskins WR Pierre Garcon has come out and said that he believes RGIII isn’t 100% healthy. But, is that belief spilling over onto the football field? UKRedskin at Hogs Haven has an interesting breakdown of the Lions interception of Redskins QB Robert Griffin III. I initially thought it was Griffin’s fault from the stands myself but, who’s fault was it on the play really? Click the link above to find out. Excellent analysis. Well done.
- Redskins vs. Detroit Lions Game 3 – 1st Half Thoughts (section307.wordpress.com)
- Redskins vs. Detroit Lions Game 3 – 2nd Half Musings (section307.wordpress.com)
- Pierre Garçon ‘Wasn’t Trying to Diss’ RGIII (washington.cbslocal.com)
- Garcon: RG III ‘a lot different’ due to knee (espn.go.com)
- Pierre Garcon: RGIII is ‘not fully healthy’ (sbnation.com)
- 4 Stats That Define the Washington Redskins’ Offense (bleacherreport.com)
- The Washington Redskins Are at a Crossroads (bleacherreport.com)
- Coach’s Turn: Jim Haslett At The Mic (redskins.com)
- RG III: Peterson return didn’t add pressure (espn.go.com)
- Locker Room Buzz: Washington Redskins (espn.go.com)
The first good kicker we’ve had in Washington in quite some time, Kai Forbath, may not be able to go this Sunday against the Green Bay Packers. Forbath’s kickoffs have been MUCH improved this preseason and in game 1 against the Eagles.
The Washington Redskins were making contingency plans Friday to identify a possible replacement for place kicker Kai Forbath if one is needed Sunday in Green Bay.
Forbath suffered a groin injury Thursday, Redskins Coach Mike Shanahan said.
Shanahan said the Redskins will make a decision Saturday after evaluating Forbath.
Forbath was to be listed as questionable on the official injury report.
- Kai Forbath questionable for Week Two (profootballtalk.nbcsports.com)
- Top 5 Players To Be Excited About For 2013 (Besides Last Year’s Pro-Bowlers): #5 Kai Forbath (skinscity.com)
- Philadelphia Eagles 33 at Washington Redskins 27 (joshlopezwwe94blog.wordpress.com)
- Redskins Diagnosis: ‘Serious Case of the Can’t Get Rights’ (washington.cbslocal.com)
- Packers’ Next Opponent: Redskins (jsonline.com)
Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall received a $20,000 fine for his horse collar tackle on Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson in Monday night’s game, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed.
Hall is expected to appeal the fine, the person said.
Hall’s tackle on Jackson also came out of bounds. It drew a 15-yard penalty.
Hall last season received $65,750 in fines for three separate incidents.
- Report: Hall fined $20K for horse-collar, will appeal (cbssports.com)
- Reports: Redskins’ Hall fined $20K for tackle (espn.go.com)
- Hall Pockets $20,000 Lighter! (thasportsjunkies101.wordpress.com)