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Ashley Caldwell: Olympian and Redskins Fan Updated Jan 24, 2014
Loudoun County, Va. native Ashley Caldwell is now a two-time Olympian after being named to the U.S. Skiing squad for the XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. Now 20 years old, Caldwell participated in the aerials event during 2010 in Vancouver as…
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  • The Redskins Ultimate Pro Bowler Frankenstein Sketch Jan 24, 2014
    Over the course of a week, we asked you to stop your typical Facebook piddling and play Dr. Frankenstein (it’s pronounced Franken-steen) to create the ultimate Redskins Pro Bowler. Your picks are in. Here’s the superhuman you created accompanied by some…
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  • Maigan Will Cheer For Alfred Morris, Trent Williams And Brian Orakpo From The Opposing Sideline Jan 24, 2014
    Although the unconferenced Pro Bowl presented a chance for Brian Orakpo to tackle Alfred Morris - or Trent Williams to block Orakpo - each of the Redskins three Pro Bowlers landed on the same team. Maigan was not so lucky. Washington’s 2014 Pro Bowl Che…
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  • Redskins’ Kirk Cousins visits the U.S. Senate Jan 24, 2014
    I have nothing particular to add to these photos of Kirk Cousins posing with U.S. Senate staffers during a health fair in the Hart Building this week. Just know that any time a D.C. athlete is on the Hill — whether it be Alex Ovechkin, Davey Johnson or,…
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  • TE Fred Davis Facing One Year Suspension For Failed Drug Test

    Redskins tight end Fred Davis, a pending free agent, faces another suspension for a failed marijuana test, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports citing a league source. The former second-round pick of the Redskins has served a suspension in the past, w…
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  • Oneida Indian Nation to meet with UN over Redskins name Jan 24, 2014
    As the Super Bowl prepares to come to New York, the lingering fight against the Redskins’ nickname will get there a few days early. Oneida Indian Nation representative Ray Halbritter will meet Friday with the United Nations’ Human Rights Office regardin…
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  • A Chaplain Brought Mark Brunell To Washington, And The QB Saved Joe Gibbs’ Life

    (AP) The first man to recruit quarterback Mark Brunell to Washington was not Joe Gibbs or a front office executive. During an interview with “The Sports Fix” on ESPN980, Thom Loverro asked Brunell the full story of how he was traded from the Jaguars to …
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  • GM: Redskins will be active in free agency Jan 24, 2014
    The Washington Redskins couldn't do as much as much as they wanted two years ago. They did rather little last offseason. But now that the NFL-imposed $36-million salary cap penalty is finished, the Redskins can be what they want to be: aggressive.
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  • Ravens add Jim Hostler to second interview list Jan 24, 2014
    The Ravens appear to have carved their list to three for their vacant offensive coordinator job. According to the Baltimore Sun, Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler will get a second interview for the job, along with the previously reported second m…
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  • Video - Redskins Promise Active Free Agency 02:31

    Redskins Promise Active Free Agency

    Jan 24
    ESPN NFL Insider Dan Graziano discusses Redskins general manager Bruce Allen's comments about the team's plan to be active in free agency.
  • Video - NFL Fan Pass: Alfred Morris mic'd up at Pro Bowl practice 01:48

    NFL Fan Pass: Alfred Morris mic'd up at Pro Bowl practice

    Jan 24
    Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris is wired for sound as he prepares to face Team Rice in the 2014 Pro Bowl.