anthony alridge

The Washington Redskins released linebacker Alfred Fincher and four others, knocking the roster down to 75 players before the final cuts next week force them down to 53. Fincher was a special teamer last year who saw limited action on defense. He wasn't a standout and the 'Skins just drafted both Cody Glenn and Robert Henson. He had an outside shot to make the team, but it was unlikely seeing how teams rarely release mid-round draft picks in their first season. OL Devin Clark, WR Marques Hagans, S Michael Grant, and DL Michael Marquardt were also released. Clark was a reserve last year when the line was decimated by injuries. However, he could only play guard and the 'Skins had been trying to groom him into a tackle this preseason. Hagans initially impressed in training camp, [...] Continue reading → | , , , , ,
This guy could be something special. Anthony Alridge runs under a 4.3 forty, and is a great receiver out of the backfield. Oh did I mention he returns kicks...and does it well? Alridge might turn out to be the homerun threat, the 'Skins have been without for a decade. He attended the University of Houston and spent time with Broncos last year before going down with an injury.┬áMike Shanahan was fired after the season and new Denver coach, Josh McDaniels cut Alridge. Shanahan advised Vinny Cerrato to pick Alridge up, saying he was the fastest player player with the football he has ever seen. For a guy who has produced 1000 yard rushers by the boatload, that's high [...] Continue reading → | , , ,
Since 1996, the Washington Redskins have been blessed with a bevy of talented running backs. Terry Allen, Stephen Davis, and Clinton Portis have all set various franchise records and each raised the bar for the Redskins' single season rushing record. Portis is the current RB for the Redskins. He already holds franchise records for most rushing yards in a single season and most 100-yard games in a season. He ranks second on the franchise all-time rushing list and rushing attempts list. There is no question Portis is second only to John Riggins amongst the backs the Redskins have had in their franchise history. However, coming into the 2009 season Portis has plenty to accomplish. Despite the productive years Portis has given the team, he has yet to advance past the divisional round [...] Continue reading → | , , , , ,
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