Posts Tagged ‘deangelo hall’

Redskins vs. Cardinals: 5 Keys to Victory

This Sunday’s game has all the potential to be what is commonly referred to as “The Letdown game.” The Redskins, and their fans, were jacked up beyond belief to take on the Giants, an NFC East rival who limped into last Sunday’s game after spending the better part of the last four years pounding the […]

Redskins sign CB Josh Wilson

Via Mike Jones of the Washington Post’s “The Insider” blog: The Washington Redskins addressed a pressing need on their defense, agreeing to terms with cornerback Josh Wilson, according to a person familiar with the situation. Wilson, a 5-foot-9, 192-pound University of Maryland product, started nine games for Baltimore last season and recorded 40 tackles and […]

DeAngelo Hall Owes $24K In Back Taxes

Cornerback DeAngelo Hall probably isn’t hurting for cash, but he owes $24,202.06 in back taxes on his Northampton County, Virginia, property. Hall, whose residence is assessed at $1.3 million, will have a few months to square up his $24,000 debt, but if he doesn’t the county will sell the home at auction. The Daily News […]

DeAngelo Hall named Pro Bowl MVP

It’s likely not the postseason game he’d like to be playing in – or the postseason award he’d like to be given – but it’s always great to be recognized as the Most Valuable Player in a game featuring some of the most elite players in the entire NFL. Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall was named […]

Hall the Only Redskin Picked for the Pro Bowl

DeAngelo Hall was the only Redskin picked to play in the Pro Bowl in Hawaii coming up on January 30th. It’s the third Pro Bowl of Hall’s career, but his first with the Redskins. Brian Orakpo and Mike Sellers were chosen as first alternates at linebacker and fullback respectively; and Lorenzo Alexander (special teams), Chris […]

Some good quotes from the Redskin’s win over the Bears

“I’m an ex-offensive guy, you know, I’m an ex-receiver, running back, so you know, I definitely take pride in, uh, take pride in catching that ball. In Atlanta I played a little bit of receiver, so it’s easy for me, man, catching the ball is pretty easy for me.” – DeAngelo Hall speaking to CSN’s […]

What Went Wrong? Five Things the Redskins Must Do to Survive Philadelphia

 Sunday’s game against the Rams proved one thing—the Skins are back.  This is exactly the kind of bumbling, shoulder-shrugging, excuse-making team that has tormented its fans for the last eight years.   Once again, the underdogs come out smelling like roses.  Once again, opposing teams break old records and set a few new ones.  Once again, […]

Getting the ‘Skins in Sync – By the Numbers

After the Washington Redskins’ devastating overtime loss to the Houston Texans in week 2, players, fans and analysts scrambled to identify what went wrong. Certainly, something major went wrong for us to allow 20 unanswered points and snatch defeat from the jaws of victory. The near loss against the Cowboys brought praise for the Redskins’ […]