NFL umpire Roy Ellison did indeed make profane and derogatory statements toward Washington offensive lineman Trent Williams on Sunday, and now Ellison will be disciplined
The NFL likely will not discipline Washington Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams for his
Washington offensive lineman Trent Williams doesn’t think the NFL is going to do much about his claim that an official cursed at him during Sunday’s game. Williams told CSNWashington.com that he doesn’t expect the NFL to do much of
The impetus behind Santana Moss’ radio comments regarding Redskins players taking the onus for making mistakes was assumed to be about Robert Griffin III’s postgame comments. Of course, there was more to the backstory. CSN Washington’s Chick Hernandez, citing
Mike Shanahan said Wednesday that Leonard Hankerson will have surgery on his knee after injuring his LCL in last Sunday’s loss to the Eagles. Hankerson will be placed on injured reserve, ending his season.
Colin Kaepernick and Robert Griffin III aren’t the same player, and they certainly aren’t having the same season, but that is what makes them similar.
Roy Ellison, the umpire accused of spewing insults and profanity at Washington offensive lineman Trent Williams, has previously been accused of similar inappropriate language directed at players. Former NFL head of officiating Mike Pereira said on FOX Football Daily
Washington Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams told reporters that a referee swore at him
“They did a good job of scheming us up,” quarterback Robert Griffin III said
Hall Of Fame CB and former Redskin Darrell Green says he doesn't think Robert Griffin III is a leader.