Doctson gets “precautionary” MRI

Doctson gets “precautionary” MRI

Washington Redskins WR Josh Doctson, who is being counted on as a starter and big producer in 2018, had a “precautionary” MRI done on  a leg on Monday. Redskins players report to training camp in Richmond, Virginia tomorrow, Wednesday, and Doctson is expected to be among those players reporting on time. The team said it also expects him to take part in conditioning drills with the rest of the team. Drafted out of TCU with…

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Redskins sign DL Jordan Hill, put Niles Paul on IR

Redskins sign DL Jordan Hill, put Niles Paul on IR

The Washington Redskins placed injured TE/FB Niles Paul on injured reserve today and replaced his spot on the roster with DL Jordan Hill, a former third round pick of the Seattle Seahawks in 2013. Hill, 25, was drafted out of Penn State when Redskins GM Scot McCloughan was a top assistant in the Seahawks front office. For his career he has 50 tackles, seven sacks and an interception. Hill’s best season came in 2014, when…

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Nationals Place Strasburg on DL

To the surprise of absolutely no one who has watched pitch Stephen Strasburg fall apart in his last few starts, the Washington Nationals have placed their All Star pitcher on the 15-day disabled list due to soreness in his throwing elbow. Strasburg was one of the best pitchers in the Majors until this month, when he sported a gaudy 15-1 record to go with his 2.63 ERA. However, in his last three starts, Strasburg is…

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Redskins Waive Kyshoen Jarrett

Redskins Waive Kyshoen Jarrett

Confirming a suspicion I’ve had for months now, the Washington Redskins today waived safety Kyshoen Jarrett, a sixth round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft who unexpectedly played a big role in the team’s playoff run. When most players drafted in the sixth round are hoping to impress enough on special teams to find a roster spot, Jarrett played in all 16 regular season games during his rookie season, including six starts, finishing sixth on the…

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Redskins Lose Galette for the season again

Redskins Lose Galette for the season again

DISCUSS IT IN THE DC PRO SPORTS FACEBOOK GROUP! It’s deja vu all over again — the Washington Redskins have lost OLB Junior Galette to an Achilles Tendon tear that will sideline him the entire season. Galette reported the injury over the weekend and it has been confirmed. I’m told #Redskins OLB Junior Galette has torn his Achilles and is out for the season. — Rand Getlin (@Rand_Getlin) July 25, 2016 Yes, it’s basically the…

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Redskins WR Roberts done for the season

Redskins WR Roberts done for the season

Washington Redskins wide receiver Andre Roberts will have season-ending knee surgery and miss the rest of the 2015 season, the team announced today. The sixth year veteran wideout will be placed on the injured reserve due to a torn right medial collateral ligament. Roberts has been inactive the last three games as he tried to figure out if he could play through the pain or if he needed surgery. This was a down season for…

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Redskins TE Derek Carrier done for the season

Redskins TE Derek Carrier done for the season

Washington Redskins tight end Derek Carrier suffered a catastrophic knee injury in Sunday’s win over the Chicago Bears, tearing the anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments in his right knee. The injury has been reported by Ian Rapaport on Twitter and other news outlets. Carrier is the third tight end the Skins have lost to a season-ending injury this season. Both Niles Paul, who was scheduled to the be the starter in 2015, and Logan…

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Ryan Kerrigan has arthroscopic knee surgery

Ryan Kerrigan has arthroscopic knee surgery

Washington Redskins outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan has had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee, which had been bothering him with soreness for some time. The surgery means Kerrigan will miss at least some offseason work with the team. The first of three OTAs begin next week and the veteran minicamp is scheduled for 16-18 June. Kerrigan, the team’s best defensive player, had a career-best season in 2014 with 13.5 sacks. His 51 QB hurries were…

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Nationals reliever Craig Stammen needs surgery

Nationals reliever Craig Stammen needs surgery

Washington Nationals reliever Craig Stammen has been diagnosed with a flexor tear in his forearm following an MRI and will need surgery, manager Matt Williams said today. Williams told reporters Stammen could miss the remainder of the season, which would be a bad blow to an already-think and struggling bullpen. Stammen, 31, has thrown at least 72 innings each of the last three seasons and put up a 2.93 ERA during that time. I see…

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