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September 16, 1993
The Redskins have been hit hard by injuries on the offensive line this season. A look at the injuries and status of each player:* T Jim Lachey (knee) is out for the season.* C Matt Elliott (knee) is out for the season.* T Moe Elewonibi (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against Philadelphia.* G Mark Schlereth (knee) is probable for Sunday.* T Joe Jacoby (knee) is scheduled to start Sunday.
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Sloane Brown, For The Baltimore Sun | March 11, 2013
On Monday night, Baltimore did the traditional red carpet one better, with a purple carpet laid out at the Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric for the VIP premiere screening of the official NFL "Super Bowl XLVII Champions: 2012 Baltimore Ravens" DVD. The scene beforehand had some of its own highlights. Joe Flacco, accompanied by wife Dana, was the first to arrive on the purple carpet, although not much of the carpet itself was visible thanks to the many media types who immediately swamped the Super Bowl MVP. Ray Ricebrought along 1-year-old daughter Rayven, who posed for the paparazzi like a pro, modeling a cute purple floral frock.
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By Vito Stellino | August 30, 1991
Offensive lineman Raleigh McKenzie is expected to start in place of Joe Jacoby when the Washington Redskins open the NFL season against the Detroit Lions on Sunday.Although offensive-line coach Jim Hanifan didn't name a starter yesterday and said both players will play, McKenzie has been working with the first unit. Jacoby has been slowed by back spasms.Meanwhile, coach Joe Gibbs said that running back Earnest Byner will see double duty as the third-down back on running downs.
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By Vito Stellino and Alan Goldstein and Vito Stellino and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writers | October 11, 1993
WASHINGTON -- Mark Rypien pulled off a personal comeback yesterday, and now he wants to lead a team comeback."I'll be darned if I'm going to [wallow] in mediocrity. Each and every one of us has to look ourselves in the mirror and see where we can get better," the Washington Redskins quarterback said after his team was drilled, 41-7, by the New York Giants.Rypien strapped a brace to his sore right knee and played as well as could be expected. He completed 21 of 35 passes for 220 yards.Offensive coordinator Rod Dowhower said: "He did fine considering the situation.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | November 21, 1992
Washington Redskins cornerback Darrell Green yesterday was cleared by doctors to practice for the first time since he suffered a broken forearm in the second game of the season against the Atlanta Falcons.But Green, who was at first feared lost for the season, had only limited duty in the workout and isn't expected to be activated for the game Monday night against the New Orleans Saints.The team's other starting cornerback, Martin Mayhew, was sidelined with the same injury last week, so Alvoid Mays will start in that spot.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | November 24, 1992
NEW ORLEANS -- The Washington Redskins brought Darrell Green back from the injured reserve list and put quarterback Cary Conklin on the 45-man active roster last night for the first time in his three-year career.Green, who was feared lost for the season when he broke his forearm in the second game against the Atlanta Falcons, recovered faster than expected and was cleared to practice Friday.The Redskins originally planned to wait until next week to bring Green back -- after he had a full week to practice.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | November 24, 1992
NEW ORLEANS -- The Washington Redskins brought Darrell Green back from injured reserve and put quarterback Cary Conklin on the 45-man active roster last night for the first time in his three-year career.Green, who was feared lost for the season when he broke his forearm in the second game against the Atlanta Falcons, recovered faster than expected and was cleared to practice Friday.The Redskins originally planned to wait until next week to bring back Green. But since A. J. Johnson is playing with an ailing knee and the team put two cornerbacks, Martin Mayhew and Sidney Johnson, on injured reserve last week, they decided to rush Green back to play in nickel situations on passing downs.
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By Jack Mann and Jack Mann,Evening Sun Staff | November 30, 1990
HERNDON, Va. -- "I'm John Havlicek, the sixth man," Joe Jacoby said. "Call me Hondo."At age 31, in his 10th season, a year after reconstructive knee surgery, the 310-pound offensive tackle for the Washington Redskins is about to begin a new phase of his career.When the Redskins meet the Miami Dolphins at RFK Stadium Sunday, Joe Jacoby will be a one-man bench for the offensive line.He'll be a substitute not only at tackle, his job description, but at one guard position, coach Joe Gibbs said.
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By Vito Stellino and Alan Goldstein and Vito Stellino and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writers | October 11, 1993
WASHINGTON -- Mark Rypien pulled off a personal comeback yesterday, and now he wants to lead a team comeback."I'll be darned if I'm going to [wallow] in mediocrity. Each and every one of us has to look ourselves in the mirror and see where we can get better," the Washington Redskins quarterback said after his team was drilled, 41-7, by the New York Giants.Rypien strapped a brace to his sore right knee and played as well as could be expected. He completed 21 of 35 passes for 220 yards.Offensive coordinator Rod Dowhower said: "He did fine considering the situation.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 10, 1991
IRVING, Texas -- Add this one to the lore of Cowboys-Redskins rivalry. In the latest edition of one of the game's most storied rivalries, the Washington Redskins used a rope-a-dope strategy to beat the Dallas Cowboys, 33-31, at Texas Stadium before 63,025 fans last night. The Redskins absorbed the Cowboys' best punches in the first half when they gave up three long touchdown drives, and then came back to take control in the second half and prove that the rebuilding Cowboys still aren't all the way back.
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September 16, 1993
The Redskins have been hit hard by injuries on the offensive line this season. A look at the injuries and status of each player:* T Jim Lachey (knee) is out for the season.* C Matt Elliott (knee) is out for the season.* T Moe Elewonibi (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's game against Philadelphia.* G Mark Schlereth (knee) is probable for Sunday.* T Joe Jacoby (knee) is scheduled to start Sunday.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | January 10, 1993
SAN FRANCISCO -- Steve Young didn't exactly emerge out of Joe Montana's shadow yesterday.The San Francisco 49ers quarterback started and won his first playoff game, but did nothing to make the fans forget Montana in the 20-13 victory over the Washington Redskins.0$ He fumbled the ball three times,had a pass intercepted and almost had a fifth turnover when he threw a pass into A. J. Johnson's hands in the end zone at the end of the team's first drive. He was lucky that it caromed off Johnson into the arms of John Taylor for a touchdown.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | November 24, 1992
NEW ORLEANS -- The Washington Redskins brought Darrell Green back from the injured reserve list and put quarterback Cary Conklin on the 45-man active roster last night for the first time in his three-year career.Green, who was feared lost for the season when he broke his forearm in the second game against the Atlanta Falcons, recovered faster than expected and was cleared to practice Friday.The Redskins originally planned to wait until next week to bring Green back -- after he had a full week to practice.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | November 24, 1992
NEW ORLEANS -- The Washington Redskins brought Darrell Green back from injured reserve and put quarterback Cary Conklin on the 45-man active roster last night for the first time in his three-year career.Green, who was feared lost for the season when he broke his forearm in the second game against the Atlanta Falcons, recovered faster than expected and was cleared to practice Friday.The Redskins originally planned to wait until next week to bring back Green. But since A. J. Johnson is playing with an ailing knee and the team put two cornerbacks, Martin Mayhew and Sidney Johnson, on injured reserve last week, they decided to rush Green back to play in nickel situations on passing downs.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | November 21, 1992
Washington Redskins cornerback Darrell Green yesterday was cleared by doctors to practice for the first time since he suffered a broken forearm in the second game of the season against the Atlanta Falcons.But Green, who was at first feared lost for the season, had only limited duty in the workout and isn't expected to be activated for the game Monday night against the New Orleans Saints.The team's other starting cornerback, Martin Mayhew, was sidelined with the same injury last week, so Alvoid Mays will start in that spot.
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By VITO STELLINO and VITO STELLINO,STAFF WRITER | November 8, 1992
SEATTLE - Redskins of the Lost Offense.Thats an appropriate title for the Washington Redskins today when they limp into the Kingdome to play the Seattle Seahawks.The Redskins, who haven't scored an offensive touchdown in 11 quarters, are on the threshold of one of the biggest one-year scoring drops in NFL history. After scoring 485 points last year, they've managed only 143 in the first half this year.If they maintain that pace and finish with 286 points, that'll be a dropoff of 199 points in one season.
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By VITO STELLINO and VITO STELLINO,STAFF WRITER | November 8, 1992
SEATTLE - Redskins of the Lost Offense.Thats an appropriate title for the Washington Redskins today when they limp into the Kingdome to play the Seattle Seahawks.The Redskins, who haven't scored an offensive touchdown in 11 quarters, are on the threshold of one of the biggest one-year scoring drops in NFL history. After scoring 485 points last year, they've managed only 143 in the first half this year.If they maintain that pace and finish with 286 points, that'll be a dropoff of 199 points in one season.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | November 2, 1992
WASHINGTON -- It was when the Giants' famously immobile offense started taking those first halting steps of life in the first quarter last night that you knew the Redskins were in trouble.Actually, even before that, there was the sight of Mo Elewonibi trying to block Lawrence Taylor, which, no matter how old LT gets, sounds like a punch line out of David Letterman's guide to pro football.OK, to be perfectly truthful here, even before the game started in the chill and drizzle at RFK Stadium, there wasn't much doubt that the Redskins were going to have to sweat out the last minutes -- yes, even against the depressing Giants.
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By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Staff Writer | November 5, 1992
ASHBURN, Va. -- When Joe Gibbs speaks, the Washington Redskins listen.At least Gary Clark does.That was the obvious conclusion yesterday when Clark, who often skips practice with his sore hamstrings, ran every offensive play as the Redskins started their drills for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks."
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By JOHN EISENBERG | November 2, 1992
WASHINGTON -- It was when the Giants' famously immobile offense started taking those first halting steps of life in the first quarter last night that you knew the Redskins were in trouble.Actually, even before that, there was the sight of Mo Elewonibi trying to block Lawrence Taylor, which, no matter how old LT gets, sounds like a punch line out of David Letterman's guide to pro football.OK, to be perfectly truthful here, even before the game started in the chill and drizzle at RFK Stadium, there wasn't much doubt that the Redskins were going to have to sweat out the last minutes -- yes, even against the depressing Giants.
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