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Beleaguered Giants secondary must stop Moss NFL Football 10/04/2006
ery correctable errors.''

The Giants will face a major challenge going against the Redskins (2-2) and Moss, the NFC offensive player of the week.

Joe Gibbs' team has won two in a row and it is coming off an impressive 36-30 overtime win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, a team that was supposed to have one of the top defenses in the league.

Washington shredded them for 481 yards, including 329 passing by Mark Brunell. Moss did the big damage, catching four passes for 138 yards and three touchdowns, including a g

Quiet but flashy: Maybe it's time to rank Moss among the best NFL Football 10/02/2006
ly when the game is in progress.

But maybe it's about time to put the Washington Redskins receiver near the top of the list when it comes to the league's most exciting wideouts. His three-touchdown performance in Sunday's overtime victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars was enough to give goose bumps to anyone who has played the position.

``Moss is the silent assassin,'' fullback Mike Sellers said Monday. ``He just puts in the work, doesn't say nothing. Even if he burns you, he won't talk trash to you. He'll just

Redskins QB Brunell practices, expected to play Sunday NFL Football 09/29/2006

ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -Washington Redskins quarterback Mark Brunell practiced Friday for the first time this week and plans to start Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

``I feel good. I practiced today, so I expect to play on Sunday,'' Brunell said. ``The arm improved over the course of the week.''

The left-handed Brunell needed three stitches to repair a nasty cut in his throwing elbow following last week's victory against the Houston Texans. He has kept the arm wrapped all week to prevent infection

Colts see similarities between defenses of Jets, Patriots NFL Football 09/29/2006
``Believe me, there aren't very many things that you don't like about the way he plays. He's special.''

Part of the Colts' early struggles could be from playing two defenses expected to be among the league's top units, the New York Giants and the Jacksonville Jaguars.

The Jets, who rank 30th overall in defense, have been a surprise for two reasons - the resurgent Chad Pennington and an opportunistic defense that has given New York the third-best turnover margin in the league - plus-five.

It's pure Patriots,

D.C.'s Leftwich, Jacksonville's Brunell cross paths again NFL Football 09/28/2006

ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -In a perfect world, Byron Leftwich would be the quarterback for the Washington Redskins, and Mark Brunell would still be the quarterback for the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Leftwich grew up on 58th Street in Southeast Washington. He and his older brother would cry when the Redskins lost. They'd play in the street Sunday afternoon, re-enacting their favorite plays from the game they just saw on television.

Sometimes Leftwich would sneak into RFK Stadium to watch the games in person, aided by a ti

Redskins QB Brunell tests elbow, still expected to play Sunday NFL Football 09/28/2006

ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -Washington Redskins quarterback Mark Brunell tested his itchy, injured elbow with a few 20-yard tosses at the end of practice Thursday. He remained probable for Sunday's game against his old team, the Jacksonville Jaguars.

``He threw today. He's going to practice tomorrow,'' trainer Bubba Tyer said.

The left-handed Brunell cut the elbow on his throwing arm during last week's 31-15 victory over the Houston Texans. He needed three stitches to close the wound and has kept the arm tightly wrap

Kitty runneth over as Redskins become NFL's most penalized team NFL Football 09/28/2006
t to see if I'm a part of it,'' Williams said, ``by revving them up so much.''

The Redskins were able to overcome the barrage of penalties in the matchup with the woeful Texans, but they know they can't make the same mistakes this week against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

At least the linemen have Thomas' kitty for motivation. Not only did no one have to add to the pot this week, but Samuels won some of his cash back as a prize for the best hit - a downfield block during a screen pass to tight end Chris Cooley.

Manning says he did not beat man NFL Football 09/27/2006
changed words with the man and pushed his head, but he said he walked away after that. He and his companions left and were pulled over by police.

He said none of the three was involved in the beating.

An assault charge against Drew, now with the Jacksonville Jaguars, was dismissed in June because of insufficient evidence, and Ebell's felony charge was reduced to a misdemeanor.

``I didn't see who he got into it with,'' Manning said. ``I don't know the guys he got into it with. I had walked away from the situat

Colts punter apologizes for trash talk NFL Football 09/27/2006
n't forgotten that incident.

``First of all, I think Peyton's a great quarterback and Tony's a great coach,'' he said. ``But football is an emotional game. Basically, my whole beef is with unsportsmanlike conduct. I have the utmost respect for the Jacksonville Jaguars and Jack Del Rio.''Lions

The Lions cut wide receiver Corey Bradford and filled his spot on the roster with tackle Blaine Saipaia to help their banged-up offensive line.

Bradford was signed in March as a free agent to a $7.4 million, four-year co

Redskins QB Brunell sits out with elbow injury NFL Football 09/27/2006

ASHBURN, Va. (AP) -A nasty cut on the elbow kept Washington Redskins quarterback Mark Brunell from practicing Wednesday, although he is expected to play Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Brunell was injured when he was shoved by Thomas Johnson during a fumble return by Shantee Orr in last week's 31-15 victory over the Houston Texans. Johnson was called for a personal foul on the play, negating a touchdown.

Brunell finished the game but later needed a stitches for the cut, which was on the left-handed

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