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Kerrigan Signs With NFC East Rival Philadelphia Eagles

Ryan Kerrigan had a franchise record 95.5 sacks in his ten years in Washington. He had a whopping 13.5 against the Philadelphia Eagles alone. But next year, Kerrigan will be registering sacks for Philadelphia, not against them.

Less than a day after saying goodbye to the Washington faithful on Instagram, the 32-year old veteran said hello to his new team on Instagram – the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Washington Redskins Face Crucial Period in Weeks Ahead

After eleven weeks of NFL football, what’s left to play for in the NFC East as one of the league’s most competitive conferences edges towards a conclusion – and what do the Washington Redskins have to do?

Currently third in the NFC East, the Redskins are 4-6, just behind the 5-5 Dallas Cowboys. With a margin so tight, a single weekend of NFL action could change the standings completely. The only problem is that the Philadelphia Eagles are running away with it, with a 9-1 record, and are standing amongst the contenders to go all the way to the Super Bowl. So the Redskins and the Cowboys are “battling” for second place, and on an outside chance, a Wild Card berth.

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Sonny Jurgensen: Throwback Thursday

In light of the Redskins’ match-up against their division rival Eagles this week, it seemed like a good time to feature Redskins mainstay Sonny Jurgensen.

Jurgensen was drafted by Philadelphia, and played seven seasons there; before being traded to Washington for quarterback Norm Snead and cornerback Claude Crabbe. He played eleven seasons for the Redskins, and incredibly won the NFL passing title in his final 1974 season at the age of forty. He was induced into the Pro Football Hall of Fame with the Class of 1983.


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Redskins vs Eagles: Gameday Wallpaper, Injury Reports

It’s time! Big test for the Washington Redskins (1-1)  today against their division rivals, the Philadelphia Eagles (2-0). A win would put them at 2-1 with some winnable games in the foreseeable future.

Today’s match-up pits the league’s number one offense against the number one defense – while the reference pool is too small for that stat to actually mean much, it is probably a good sign of what each team’s keys to victory are.

Here’s a Gameday Wallpaper (1280×800) to get you in the mood…

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Leftovers – Week 1 2010

Back again is the one and only “Leftovers” blog, which provides fans just as much insight as what is in THN Weekly.

In this edition of Leftovers, Andre Carter talks to THN about the Collective Bargaining Agreement, his adjustment to linebacker and Dallas’ struggles during the preseason.

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