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NASCAR's favorite driver breaks down Washington's performance in free agency this offseason.

Redskins safety said the Eagles had a great gameplan, and could do whatever they wanted, and that doesn't sound too good.

The Redskins safety remained in the news Sunday, with this low tackle of Danny Woodhead.

This is the story that will never die. Well, all stories never die. They just bubble up and spew out of your computer screen again and again. Or your phone, I guess.

The Bears receiver and the Redskins safety chatted about their differences in text messages. They still aren't on the same page.

Redskins fullback offers a hearty defense for his suspended teammate, and calls Brandon Marshall's protestations 'ridiculous.'

  • Dan Steinberg and Sarah Kogod
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  • Oct 22, 2013
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Bears tight end Martellus Bennett calls the suspended Redskins safety a 'scumbag' on a Chicago radio program.

The Bears receiver talks about Meriweather's reputation as a headhunter.

  • Sarah Kogod
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  • Oct 21, 2013
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Here are the two plays in which the oft-injured Redskins safeties tackled ball carriers with a head-on-head collision.

This is what it looked like after two Redskins collided during pre-game warmups in Tampa Bay.

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