Jul 27, 2013
The Washington Post
Disturbing trend in suspensions
The Washington Redskins will begin the season with two players on their defense, reserve linebacker Rob Jackson and would-be starting defensive end Jarvis Jenkins , serving four-game suspensions for violations of the NFL's policy on banned performance-enhancing substances.
Redskins' Jenkins suspended 4 games, failed test
Jenkins released a statement saying he was "shocked and confused" to learn that he had tested positive for a banned performance enhancing substance.
Rob Jackson's Future Holds Long Climb From Shanny's Doghouse
Mike Shanahan isn't the warm and fuzzy type of football coach like Tony Dungy, now of NBC fame.
Former Redskins Going Hollywood, Learning from 'Dark Knight' Producer
A pair of former Washington Redskins are going Hollywooda or at least they're taking some steps toward it by learning the business from some heavy hitters including the producer of The Dark Knight series.
Report: Seahawks legend Shaun Alexander eyeing Hollywood career
Seattle Seahawks news, including Seattle Seahawks trades, statistics, roster and draft news, Hawks and NFL rumors, game scores and game schedule information Former Seahawks running back Shaun Alexander, who helped Seattle power into Super Bowl XL in the 2005 season, is exploring a new career in Hollywood, according to a report by TMZ .