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PRESEASON: WASHINGTON REDSKINS AT BALTIMORE RAVENS AT M&T BANK STADIUM IN BALTIMORE, MD

Aug 10, 2017

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PRESEASON: GREEN BAY PACKERS AT WASHINGTON REDSKINS AT FEDEX FIELD IN LANDOVER, MD

Aug 19, 2017

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Aug 26, 2017

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PRESEASON: CINCINNATI BENGALS AT WASHINGTON REDSKINS AT FEDEX FIELD IN LANDOVER, MD

Aug 27, 2017

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Out of the University of Miami, Antrel Rolle, a former Jack Tatum Award winner, would begin his professional career with the Arizona Cardinals.  While some would say he did not meet expectations, Rolle would have a season where he would lead the NFL in Interception Return Yards (2007), before he would move to the New York Giants and help the…
A late 1st Round draft pick out of Auburn, Ben Grubbs would carve out a nice career for himself in the National Football League.  Grubbs would predominantly be used at Left Guard, and would go to the Pro Bowl twice, once with the Baltimore Ravens and once with the New Orleans Saints.
When Calvin Johnson retired, many Detroit Lions fans pointed at former Running Back, Barry Sanders who retired at the top of his game.  Did “Megatron” retire too soon to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame?  We will find out soon, but we know a lot about Johnson for what he did accomplish. We know that Calvin Johnson made the…
Charles Tillman would spend the majority of his career as one of the top Defensive Backs of the Chicago Bears.  Tillman would pick off Quarterbacks 38 times in his career, and would represent the Bears in the Pro Bowl twice.  Known for his ability to strip opponents of the ball, the former Rajin’ Cajun would also be named the Walter…
There were a lot of expectations on Charles Woodson when he entered the NFL.  At the University of Michigan he became one of the few defensive players to win the Heisman, so when he was drafted fourth overall by the Oakland Raiders he was expected to make an immediate impact. He did. Woodson would win the Defensive Rookie of the…
Durable is a great way to describe to D’Brickashaw Ferguson.  The fourth overall pick in the 2006 Draft never missed a game, and started all 160 Games he suited up for with the New York Jets.  Ferguson would be the regular Left Tackle for the Jets and would go to three Pro Bowls.
Widely known for his time with the Green Bay Packers, Wide Receiver, Greg Jennings would help them won Super Bowl XLV.  While with Green Bay, Jennings would go over 1,000 Yards Receiving three times and would be selected to the Pro Bowl twice.  The Pro Football Hall of Fame may elude him but the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame…
Spending all of his eleven seasons in the NFL with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Tight End, Heath Miller helped his team win two Super Bowls.  Miller would catch 592 passes for 6,569 Yards and 45 Touchdowns.  He would also go to two Pro Bowls.
One of the most popular defensive players in recent Vikings history, Jared Allen would not just be a well liked player, he would become one of the elite Defensive Ends of his day.  The 2011 Defensive Player of the Year would not only lead the NFL in Quarterback Sacks twice but would reach double digits in that statistic eight times. …
It would take Defensive Tackle, Jason Hatcher five years before he would start his first game in the National Football League and another year after that before he would become a regular starter but he would earn a Pro Bowl Selection with the Dallas Cowboys in 2013. 
While Justin Tuck is unlikely to get into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, his place in folklore in the place of New York Giants history is cemented.  Tuck was with New York for both of their Super Bowl wins over New England and a case could have been made that he should have been named MVP in both of…
Making an instant statement with the Minnesota Vikings after being drafted ninth overall, Kevin Williams would record 10 Quarterback Sacks in each of his first two seasons.  The Defensive Tackle would become one half of the famed “Williams Wall” with Pat Williams for the Vikings and was named to the First Team All Pro roster five times.  He would accumulate…
A seven time Pro Bowler who spent the majority of his career with the New England Patriots, Logan Mankins fought his way from being an undersized Offensive Lineman to a First Round Draft Pick to a First Team All Pro Selection.  The former Fresno State Bulldog did not win the Super Bowl with New England but helped to protect Tom…
Mike Holmgren knew he had something special in Matt Hasselbeck when he coached him in Green Bay, but Brett Favre was the team’s starting Quarterback and was already a bona fide legend.  Holmgren would take Hasselebck with him when he took over the helm in Seattle, and his coaching instincts were not wrong.
There are some that say Peyton Manning is the greatest Quarterback of all time, and statistically speaking it is very difficult to argue. The man who at one point was debated with Ryan Leaf as to which pivot to take first in the 1998 Draft immediately left no doubt that he was the right choice.  Recapping Manning’s accomplishments can be…
A solid Defensive Back from Bethune-Cookman, Rashean Mathis as of this writing holds the record for the most Interceptions in the young career of the Jacksonville Jaguars.   Mathis would make the Pro Bowl in 2006.