On Monday, while teammates were packing up to leave Ashburn, VA and head towards their offseason homes or vacation spots, Andre Carter told reporters that he would be surprised if the Redskins picked up his roster option bonus for next season. If the Redskins decline to pay him the bonus, he will become an unrestricted free agent. Carter is uncertain of his status on the team next year and does not know what direction the team will go when it comes to the rest of the rosterRead More
In an unusually short edition of Leftovers, Redskins linebacker Andre Carter talks about what the win over the Jaguars means heading into the 2011 season, how the game plan changed with Maurice Jones-Drew out of the picture, Devin Thomas’ return to FedEx Field, and gives his thoughts on the Giants game being moved from 1:00 PM to 4:15 PM.
To read this week’s edition of THN Weekly, click here: THN Weekly with Andre Carter – Week 17Read More
Approaching a Week 16 matchup with a 5-9 record against a team fighting for a division title, the Redskins could have easily rendered that game as meaningless and packed in their season. But for veterans and younger players alike, jobs are to be had for the 2011 season and it showed with strong performances from guys like Rob Jackson, Jeremy Jarmon and Adam Carriker. Heck, even soon-to-be free agent Carlos Rogers caught an interception.Read More
Redskins fans seem to be living through their own real-life version of Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. Just when they thought they were getting over their Ray Finkle moment against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, five days later they learn their quarterback had been kidnapped… from the starting lineup and possibly from a roster spot in 2011.Read More
In this week’s Leftovers, Andre Carter talks about the Buccaneers losing Aqib Talib and Jeff Faine to injured reserve, the Bucs history in cold weather games and how the Redskins have moved on now that Albert Haynesworth had been suspended for the rest of the season.
To read this week’s edition of THN Weekly, click here: THN Weekly with Andre Carter – Week 14Read More
In Week 13, the Redskins yet again failed to compete against their toughest division nemesis over the last decade, the New York Giants. At 5-6, the Redskins had an outside shot at the playoffs but after a mistake-laden 31-7 blowout in the New Meadowlands Stadium that dropped them to 5-7, the postseason looks further away than ever before.
What hurt the team the most against New York was the continued ineptitude on offense along with the defense’s bad tackling.Read More
If the Redskins have been consistent at one thing this season, it has been their ability to be inconsistent.
With only five wins on the season, the Redskins have only managed a winning streak of two games just once and will ride their third two-game losing streak with a loss to the Giants..Read More