Q and A Interview With Canadian Running Back Kerry Carter

Last Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, Kerry Carter’s knee gave out while making a cut in the backfield, and his 2006 football season with the Washington Redskins was over before it had seemingly begun. But after talking to the young Canadian, it was obvious that this wasn’t a journey that had just begun, and it was a journey that Kerry enjoyed immensely.

Here is a transcript of our phone conversation from Friday, August 18th:

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Q and A Interview With Jesse Lumsden: Part Two

THN was fortunate enough to catch up with Jesse Lumsden again today and finish off the interview we started yesterday. Our thanks to Jesse for giving us his time and affording us the opportunity.

THN: Thanks for talking to us again Jesse. I’ll just pick up where we left off yesterday if that’s alright with you?

Jesse: Absolutely.

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Q and A Interview With Jesse Lumsden: Part One

THN was fortunate enough to grab Washington’s Jesse Lumsden for a few questions and answers at training camp on Monday.

Lumsden has managed to draw a fair bit of attention for a newcomer both from the fans and from the coaching staff. Here is the first part of hopefully a two-part interview; we will try to catch up with him again on Tuesday.

Jesse Lumsden Interview

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Canadian Signs Two-Year Deal With Redskins

Jesse Lumsden may not be a household name to American football fans, but he is to most Canadian football fans.

Lumsden earned the Hec Crighton Trophy as Canada’s top collegiate football player for the 2004 season. He broke CIS (Canadian Interuniversity Sport) league records for the McMaster Marauders in both yards and touchdowns with 1,816 and 21 respectively. He also broke the CIS career mark for touchdowns with 47 and Ontario University mark with 4,238 career rushing yards.

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