Study of NBA players who ruptured Achilles tendons suggests Redskins CB DeAngelo Hall faces tough road back to form

  • Liz Clarke
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Only a fool would predict an NFL team’s record before training camp; here’s why struggling Redskins would do well to finish 6-10

Much of the attention of the offseason has centered on Robert Griffin III as he enters what appears to be a make-or-break season. But what about Jay Gruden? Do we really know if he has what it takes to succeed as a head coach in the NFL?

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