Sixty-five seconds in pro football can sometimes last an eternity…especially when you’re clinging to a four point lead and Matthew Stafford (69% completion rate entering the game) is on the other team. 867 more words
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WASHINGTON — The Washington Redskins have stepped up big in providing relief to Caribbean countries ravaged by Hurricane Matthew.
Over the weekend, Redskins owner Daniel Snyder sent his private plane, Redskins One — loaded with goods — to the Bahamas. 168 more words
Concerns that the NFL might have to move Sunday’s Dolphins game from Miami due to Hurricane Matthew never materialized as the storm hit a different part of Florida before moving up the coast. 126 more words
WASHINGTON — Victory Monday and the Washington Redskins’ charitable efforts reach a unique intersection this week, as owner Daniel Snyder packed supplies and a few players into a plane bound for hurricane-ravaged Haiti: 367 more words
The Redskins have a short trip home from Sunday’s road game in Baltimore and it will be a happy one.
They scored the only points of the second half and rallied from a 10-6 halftime deficit to leave Baltimore as 16-10 winners and owners of a three-game winning streak. 402 more words