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Hard Hits: July, 2011

Posted at 10:05 AM ET, 07/28/2011

Redskins’ Albert Haynesworth nightmare is finally over

LaVar Arrington isn’t shedding any tears over the departure of LaVar Arrington in a trade with the New England Patriots.

By LaVar Arrington  |  10:05 AM ET, 07/28/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 11:34 AM ET, 07/27/2011

So far, so good for Redskins

It’s early, but Washington’s first few moves have been the right ones.

By LaVar Arrington  |  11:34 AM ET, 07/27/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 10:48 AM ET, 07/27/2011

Donovan McNabb and the Redskins would both benefit from trade

A deal that would send the quarterback to the Vikings would give McNabb a chance to prove himself yet again.

By LaVar Arrington  |  10:48 AM ET, 07/27/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 10:19 AM ET, 07/27/2011

Redskins could use Barry Cofield in a number of ways

The deceptively strong defensive lineman, who spent his first five seasons with the Giants, could play a number of roles this season.

By LaVar Arrington  |  10:19 AM ET, 07/27/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 09:21 AM ET, 07/27/2011

Bringing back Santana Moss was a smart move by the Redskins

The veteran wide receiver fills a need at wide receiver and will provide leadership in the locker room.

By LaVar Arrington  |  09:21 AM ET, 07/27/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 10:49 AM ET, 07/25/2011

With the NFL season likely to start soon, which free agents will the Redskins bring back?

Washington has a number of decisions to make with the NFL labor crisis about to end.

By LaVar Arrington  |  10:49 AM ET, 07/25/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 02:39 PM ET, 07/20/2011

Fair is fair: NFL should be able to discipline players retroactively

If teams have to pay out money retroactively to players because of the rules, it would make sense for players who break the rules during the work stoppage be punished.

By LaVar Arrington  |  02:39 PM ET, 07/20/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 02:39 PM ET, 07/19/2011

Post Sports Live: Redskins, Caps and Stephen Strasburg

Tarik El-Bashir and LaVar Arrington join Dan Steinberg and host Mitch Rubin to discuss whether the Redskins will chase big names in free agency, how the Caps re-made themselves in the offseason and whether Strasburg will return in 2011.

By Washington Post editors  |  02:39 PM ET, 07/19/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 12:14 PM ET, 07/18/2011

Women’s World Cup: U.S. gives it away in shootout vs. Japan

It seems like nerves got the best of the American women in their World Cup final against Japan.

By LaVar Arrington  |  12:14 PM ET, 07/18/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 11:20 AM ET, 07/13/2011

What was James Harrison thinking?

The Steelers linebacker went way overboard in his rant against Roger Goodell.

By LaVar Arrington  |  11:20 AM ET, 07/13/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 01:48 PM ET, 07/12/2011

Post Sports Live: Redskins, Nats, Women’s World Cup and the All-Star Game

LaVar Arrington, Jason Reid and Dan Steinberg join host Jonathan Forsythe to discuss what free agent moves the Redskins should make after the lockout and the Nats in the second half.

By Washington Post editors  |  01:48 PM ET, 07/12/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 03:12 PM ET, 07/11/2011

Cam Newton learning from one of the best in Tom Brady

Watch out for Cam Newton, who’s getting some football advice from Tom Brady, one of the best quarterbacks in the game.

By LaVar Arrington  |  03:12 PM ET, 07/11/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

Posted at 10:57 AM ET, 07/11/2011

Look for less parity in the NFL this season

After the lockout, there will be a wider gap between the traditionally stronger teams and everyone else.

By LaVar Arrington  |  10:57 AM ET, 07/11/2011 |  Permalink  |  Comments ( 0)

 

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