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  1. For Immediate Release February 15, 2017 REDSKINS ADD WMAL TO REDSKINS RADIO NETWORK FOR GAME DAY BROADCASTS LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that WMAL will carry Redskins Radio Network broadcasts in the Washington, D.C. metro area on game days, beginning with the 2017 NFL season. The distribution on WMAL’s 105.9 FM and 630 AM will supplement the team’s flagship home on ESPN980 AM (WTEM), 92.7 FM (WWXT) and 94.3 FM (WWXX) in the market, as well the broadcast’s availability on the official Redskins mobile app. The broadcasts represent a homecoming of sorts, as the Redskins will return to the same WMAL airwaves on which the team’s broadcasts aired as early as 1942. In addition to carrying game broadcasts, WMAL will carry an hour of the Redskins Radio Network pregame show as well as an hour of Redskins Radio Network postgame programming. “We are very excited to be partnering with WMAL to provide Redskins fans enhanced coverage of our games,” said Terry Bateman, Redskins Executive Vice President/Chief Marketing Officer. “WMAL and the Redskins organization have a long history together spanning six decades of the station carrying Redskins games. We have maintained a strong relationship over the years and now look forward to working together again to provide comprehensive coverage of Redskins football for the Washington market.” “We are excited and honored to be working with the Redskins again,” said Jake McCann, WMAL Vice President/Market Manager. “The Redskins and WMAL were partners during the team’s three glorious Super Bowl winning seasons. We look forward to bringing the combined assets of WMAL to this exciting, renewed partnership.”
  2. For Immediate Release February 13, 2017 REDSKINS NAME CANNON MATTHEWS AS DEFENSIVE QUALITY CONTROL LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have named Cannon Matthews as Defensive Quality Control. Matthews, 31, joins the Redskins with eight years of NFL coaching experience. He most recently served as the assistant defensive backs coach for the Cleveland Browns in 2016. The stint was his second with the Browns, including a defensive coaching internship during the 2013 season in which Cleveland jumped from 23rd to ninth in the NFL in total defense. From 2014-15, Matthews held the defensive quality control role for the Tennessee Titans, assisting with the team’s linebackers. In his first season with the Titans in 2014, the team recorded at least one sack by 18 different players, a team record and the most in the NFL. A year later, the Titans finished sixth in the NFL in sacks per pass play, seventh in passing yards allowed and eighth in opponent rushing average. Prior to coaching running backs at Kentucky Christian University in 2012, Matthews spent four years with the Buffalo Bills. He served as a defensive and special teams coaching assistant from 2008-09 before transitioning to the offensive side of the ball for the 2010-11 seasons. He entered pro football as a personnel intern with the Arena Football League’s Arizona Rattlers in 2008. A native of Bedford Heights, Ohio, Matthews earned a degree in sport management from Ohio University. He was born June 21, 1985. MATTHEWS FOOTBALL TIMELINE 2016: Asst. Defensive Backs, Cleveland Browns 2014-15: Defensive Quality Control, Tennessee Titans 2013: Defensive Coaching Intern, Cleveland Browns 2012: Running Backs, Kentucky Christian University 2010-11: Offensive Coaching Assistant, Buffalo Bills 2008-09: Defensive/Special Teams Coaching Assistant, Buffalo Bills 2008: Personnel Intern, Arizona Rattlers (AFL)
  3. Started catching up on Season 2 of Colony earlier after finding out it was 5 shows in & the DVR only started recording it last week. That's the problem when you have to switch out your DVR box, you have to reprogram every show you're recording & hope you don't miss any. Otherwise you're stuck having to catch up using InDemand which on Cox Cable has ads & your can't FF through them.
  4. And you might want to realize where you're at. TO FANS OF OPPOSING TEAMS This is a website owned by the Washington Redskins, maintained by Redskins fans, and primarily devoted to Washington Redskins football. While we enjoy visitors, we did not leave the door open hoping to have people drop by intent on changing our way of thinking. We are quite happy (some might argue "miserable" at times) being Redskins fans. We continue to believe that each Sunday marks a new beginning and that eventually we will return to our days of greatness. You, of course, can laugh at that notion, but if you do it here, it probably won't be taken too kindly. If you're a fan of a rival team, please don't make the mistake of thinking this is an always-friendly environment. When you are here, your screen is burgundy and gold for a reason. We’re ExtremeSkins. Nothing about this site should suggest to you that we are interested in being all things to all football fans. We have many knowledgeable fans here who know quite a bit about Washington Redskins football in particular and the NFL in general. We allow a certain amount of Redskins machismo here, because that is part of the Redskins experience. So be advised you will likely encounter critical and disparaging statements related to your chosen football team from time to time. As with all issues, moderators will determine what is or isn't allowable independent of anyone's team affiliation. Do enjoy your time here---we welcome well-behaved rival fans and enjoy other perspectives in the form of solid football discussion, along with the typical banter expected in such venues as long as it is within our Forum Rules. But don't let your activities interfere with our ability to enjoy your time here.
  5. Damn. Personally I like Russell, but was just a prime example of him being him.
  6. All I can say is that Jonesy only got one thing right & the reasoning completely wrong & the rest of it is wrong. Thing is Brian McNally had been on 106 way before this, mentioned Scot didn't talk & then the speculation started. Great reporting by both guys.
  7. You're an Iggle phan. On a Redskins board. So obviously it needs to explained slowly to you. On here we do the laughing at you.
  8. I need to see you in my office. And bring your Playbook.
  9. For Immediate Release February 10, 2017 KORY LICHTENSTEIGER ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that offensive lineman Kory Lichtensteiger will retire from the National Football League following a career that spanned across the 2008-16 seasons. “After much thought and consideration, I have decided to retire from the National Football League,” Lichtensteiger said. “I am grateful beyond words to the Washington Redskins organization.” The full text of Lichtensteiger’s statement is included below. Lichtensteiger appeared in 93 career regular season games with 75 starts while also starting both postseason contests in which he appeared. He originally entered the NFL as a fourth-round pick (No. 108 overall) of the Denver Broncos in the 2008 NFL Draft. Lichtensteiger joined the Redskins as a free agent on Jan. 11, 2010, after spending the 2008 season with the Broncos and a portion of the 2009 season with the Minnesota Vikings. Entering Week 1 of the 2016 season, Lichtensteiger was the third-longest-tenured member of the Redskins, trailing only defensive lineman Kedric Golston and safety DeAngelo Hall. From 2010-16, Lichtensteiger appeared in 77 games with the Redskins, starting all but his first two contests with the team. From 2011-13, he started all 37 regular season games in which he appeared at left guard before transitioning and starting 24 regular season games at center across the 2014-16 seasons. At one point, he made 53 consecutive starts across the two positions from the start of the 2012 season through Week 5 of the 2015 season. “We want to congratulate Kory on a very successful career,” Redskins Head Coach Jay Gruden said. “Kory has been a class act both on and off the field and worked tirelessly on becoming the best player he could possibly be. Kory defied the odds of being undersized because of his competitive spirit, accountability and attention to detail. It also helps to be tough as hell. We want to thank Kory for his relentless effort and leadership and wish him all the best in his future endeavors.” During the Redskins’ NFC East Championship campaign in 2012, Lichtensteiger’s teammates honored him with the team’s Ed Block Courage Award. That year, he returned to start all 16 games at left guard less than a year removed from a multi-ligament knee injury that ended his 2011 season after only five games. Lichtensteiger played collegiately at Bowling Green State University, where he earned All-MAC honors during each of his four seasons from 2003-07. As a senior, he was named a finalist for the Rimington Trophy, awarded annually to the nation’s best center. A native of Van Wert, Ohio, Lichtensteiger attended Crestview H.S. in nearby Convoy, Ohio, where he was named All-Northwest Conference Lineman of the Year in addition to earning all-state honors during his junior and senior seasons. He has remained active in his home area, returning in recent years to host youth football camps in the offseason. FULL STATEMENT FROM KORY LICHTENSTEIGER: “After much thought and consideration, I have decided to retire from the National Football League. I am grateful beyond words to the Washington Redskins organization. I would like to thank the ownership as a whole and specifically Dan Snyder and his family for the opportunity to play the bulk of my career here in Washington. “I have had many great coaches and teammates and I owe a great deal to many people for helping me make a career in this league. For any newcomer or unestablished player to hang around, he has to have people who believe in him. I will forever be grateful to Mike Shanahan and Jay Gruden for giving me that trust. “I want to say thank you to the wonderful fans of the Washington Redskins. My chapter is ending, but there are great things happening in the organization! There is a lot to be excited for and I am ready to join the already great fan base in cheering for this team! “I want to thank the entirety of my family for all their unwavering support and love. Surely, none of this would have been possible without them. Thank you to my agent, who has been with me through good times and bad. “Finally, I would like to thank Bruce Allen and Scot McCloughan. When I came to them after the season and shared my thoughts, they were extremely gracious and agreed to let me to ‘retire a Redskin.’ This is a great business, but it is indeed a business. And for that reason, I am thankful to be treated as family in the final hour of my playing career. Hail to the Redskins!”
  10. I've got that one blown up & framed & hanging in the living room.
  11. Yeah I've had Ledo's up in Frederick. Company I worked for used to use them for catered lunches. You nailed the super sweet taste. **** was horrible. I've had better frozen pizzas.
  12. For Immediate Release February 9, 2017 REDSKINS NAME JAMES ROWE AS ASSISTANT DEFENSIVE BACKS COACH LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – The Washington Redskins announced today that they have named James Rowe as Assistant Defensive Backs Coach. Rowe, 30, most recently served as Defensive Coordinator at Valdosta State, helping the Blazers to an 8-3 record in 2016. Among Division II schools, his defense led the nation with 27 interceptions and ranked fifth in the country in opposing passing efficiency, limiting opposing quarterbacks to a 96.2 passer rating. Under Rowe’s guidance, Valdosta State safety Kenny Moore earned first-team All-American honors from the American Football Coaches Association. Prior to his tenure at Valdosta State, Rowe spent one season as a defensive graduate assistant at the University of Florida in 2015. That season, the Florida defense ranked No. 8 in scoring defense, No. 6 in total defense and No. 11 in pass defense, while Rowe assisted in the development of All-American defensive backs Vernon Hargreaves, Marcus Maye and Teez Tabor. From 2012-14, Rowe served in a variety of coaching capacities at Jacksonville University. He began his tenure assisting with the team’s defensive backs in 2012, adding the wide receivers to his purview in 2013 and eventually being promoted to defensive coordinator in 2014. He began his collegiate coaching career as a graduate assistant at Bethel (Tenn.) University in 2011, helping the Wildcats finish the year ranked No. 14 in the nation. Rowe was a student-athlete at South Florida, lettering three times as a member of the Bulls’ baseball team. After majoring in business administration, he earned his degree from the university in 2009. A native of Cocoa, Fla., Rowe was born Feb. 11, 1986. ROWE FOOTBALL TIMELINE 2016: Defensive Coordinator, Valdosta State 2015: Defensive Graduate Assistant, Florida 2014: Defensive Coordinator, Jacksonville University 2013: Asst. Cornerbacks/Asst. Wide Receivers, Jacksonville University 2012: Asst. Cornerbacks, Jacksonville University 2011: Graduate Assistant, Bethel (Tenn.) University 2004-09: Student-Athlete, South Florida
  13. I'm trying to decide if I want to do them by season or do one huge one by stadium since I've got so many away games. Seasons would be a massive amount of frames since mine start back at 2005.