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Graham Gano just gulped, hard.
The Redskins have signed kicker Neil Rackers, according to Mark Berman of FOX 26 in Houston.
"We're headed to Washington," said Rackers, who spent the last two years in Houston. "I visited with Coach Shanahan and Danny Smith out there and really enjoyed what they had to say. I'll be competing for a job with Graham Gano, who is an established, good kicker."
“Dlck Clark — famed TV producer and “New Year’s Rockin’ Eve” host — died from a massive heart attack this morning” … TMZ has learned. Born in Mount Vernon, N.Y., on Nov. 30, 1929, Richard Wagstaff Clark began his lifelong career in show business began before he was even out of high school. Since then has been doing so. He started working in the mailroom of WRUN, a radio station in upstate New York run by his father and uncle. It wasn’t long before the teenager was on the air, filling in for the weatherman and the announcer. He began getting more famous after 5years of graduating from Syracuse he had his show “The Band Stand” which became a big show for NBC. Since then he took off and became TV Legend.
Posted: April 18, 2012 in News
Redskins and Colts fans get ready for Maybe most televised preseason game in a long time. It makes us wonder if this was setup like that for a reason. Think about it the third preseason game is where most of the starters play and both of them will be starting for these two teams in desperate need for a franchise Quarterback. Andrew Luck is projected to go to the Indianapolis Colts and RG3 to the Washington Redskins in this upcoming draft, but Rumors also have them possibly flip flopping. Either way they will play each other before the season kicks off in september.
Posted: April 4, 2012 in Sports
A Springfield, Mass., basketball coach went absolutely crazy after his middle school team lost it’s championship game Friday and bit off part of the ear of the winning coach.Timothy Lee Forbes of Springfield went after the winning coach as the Catholic Youth Organization teams of fifth- and sixth-graders shook hands at the end of the game Friday night at the Holy Name school. Forbes, the assistant coach had to be pulled off the winning coach. He fled the gym, but was later arrested according to NBC Connecticut.