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Santana Moss: Mike Shanahan 'Robbed' of Redskins Coaching Job

WASHINGTON — Some old, painful memories about Robert Griffin III and his fallout with the Redskins coaching staff may have been drudged up recently, but longtime Redskins receiver Santana Moss says the real shame remains that Mike Shanahan lost his job. 488 more words

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Santana Moss on Snyder Expressing Doubt About RGIII

WASHINGTON — Nearly a year removed from Jay Gruden’s announcement of Robert Griffin III as his presumptive 2015 starter, the state of the Washington Redskins looks nothing like it did then. 739 more words

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Santana Moss Not Bitter, 'So Proud' of Redskins

WASHINGTON — No one would blame Santana Moss for being wistful as the Washington Redskins prepare for their Wild Card Weekend showdown with the Green Bay Packers. 677 more words

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Callers Want Former Redskins Back at Tight End

WASHINGTON — Another day, another season-ending injury for the Redskins.

Washington lost backup tight end Derek Carrier for the season after he tore his ACL and MCL against the Chicago Bears Sunday, which means the team’s “injury prone” tight end — Jordan Reed — is just about the only healthy one left at his position. 536 more words

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Santana Moss Thrived in 'Hey, Can You Do This?' Offense

WASHINGTON — Santana Moss should be considered one of the greatest Redskins to never win a championship.

By the time his career finished last season, he was third in receiving yards (7,867), is top-10 in most other receiving categories and, tallied the most receiving yards in a single season (2005), with 1,483 yards. 729 more words

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Peter Hailey's weekly writing roundup: Mid-August edition

Barely in Bounds will always hold a special place in my heart. This blog has given me a space to demonstrate my admiration for D.C. sports stars like Santana Moss and John Wall, a page to express my frustrations with local sports figures like Brandon Meriweather and Randy Wittman, and an area where I can refine my writing skills while talking about my favorite topic of all: Sports in the nation’s capital. 444 more words

Talent doesn't just disappear: 6 Vines that will remind people just what RG3 is capable of

I was feeling nostalgic on Wednesday, so I went through a few old RG3 rookie year highlight tapes on YouTube (I do this more often, than I should). 940 more words