Posts Tagged ‘Barry Cofield’

NT Barry Cofield To Be Placed On Short-Term IR

Redskins nose tackle Barry Cofield will be placed on short-term injured reserve, a source confirmed Tuesday, dealing a blow to the team’s depth on the defensive line, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Cofield suffered a high sprain to his right ankle in Sunday’s 17-6 loss to the Texans. He can’t return to practice for six […]

Cofield Says Redskins Won’t Win Again if They Don’t Play Better

Barry Cofield says things could get “historically ugly” if the Skins don’t start changing their ways. The veteran defensive tackle said Monday: “If we don’t play better, then there’s no reason to expect to win any games.” The Redskins have lost five straight to drop to 3-6 ahead of next week’s game against the rival […]

Shanahan’s Winning Model

Through four games this season the Redskins have shown major improvements in several areas. The record is nice, but the moves that Shanahan has been able to make over the past year have improved the roster ten fold. Many speculated at which prized free agent the ‘Skins would chase, but Shanahan and company showed patience […]

Redskins defense ranks among the best in league in key statistical categories

Let’s face it: last year, Jim Haslett and his 3-4 defense weren’t exactly the the people/things that Redskins fans were happiest with, with the arrival of new regime under Bruce Allen and Mike Shanahan. The defense seemed to be a mish-mash of players playing in positions they weren’t suited for, or positions that they essentially […]

Redskins vs. Steelers preview: 5 things to look for

I gotta tell you: even with all the melodrama, twists & turns, on-again & off-again labor talks that drove most passionate fans absolutely crazy, it’s really damn exciting to know that, after last night, we’re going to have NFL football every single week until the middle of February. Now in reality, the Redskins preaseason opener […]

Report: Redskins reach deal with DT Barry Cofield

Via our friends at CSNWashington.com: According to a Denver television report, the Redskins reached a six-year contract agreement with former Giants defensive lineman Barry Cofield. Free agents can’t sign their prospective deals until Friday night. Although Cofield played in a 4-3 scheme with the Giants, the Redskins thought enough of him to give him a […]