In today’s Three and Out: Chris Johnson’s time in Tennessee is nearly done as the Titans look toward a running back committee.
Posts Tagged ‘Leon Washington’
Posted: Thursday, January 31st, 2013 | NFL.com staff Tags: Super Bowl XLVII, Baltimore Ravens, Cameron Wake, Doug Martin, Emmitt Smith, Leon Washington, London Fletcher, Miami Dolphins, Michael Irvin, Ray Lewis, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks
Ask a representative sampling of NFL players who’s going to win Super Bowl XLVII, and you’ll get some interesting insight into these guys.
We’re just two days away from the start of the 2011 season. With that, the Thursday opener between the Saints and Packers will offer the first chance for all of us to see the impact of the new kickoff rules in the regular season.
With DeSean Jackson in house, we put him on the spot, who is the best returner in the game right now?
Is there a chance, any chance, that we’re all overstating the impact of Tuesday’s vote by the NFL Competition Committee to move kickoffs to the 35-yard line?
Brian Billick doesn’t believe the Seattle Seahawks will be much of a match for the defending Super Bowl champions.
Posted: Sunday, December 12th, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: Art Monk, Bill Belichick, Chuck Noll, Dan Marino, Darren McFadden, Don Meredith, Don Shula, Donovan McNabb, Drew Brees, Hines Ward, Jay Feeley, Joe Theismann, Joshua Cribbs, Leon Washington, Maurice Jones-Drew, Mike Holmgren, Mike Pruitt, Peyton Hillis, Rashad Jennings, Roddy White, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Steven Jackson, Terry Bradshaw, Tim Seder, Troy Polamalu
With an assist from the NFL Network research crew, here’s a look at some of the notable numbers and top performances of Week 14.
Posted: Sunday, October 3rd, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Brandon Stokley, Jeremy Bates, Julius Jones, Justin Forsett, Leon Washington, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Steven Jackson, Week 4 inactives
Rest paid off for Rams RB Steven Jackson, who is active for Sunday’s game against the Seahawks despite a strained groin. Jackson sat out practice Wednesday and Thursday, and he was limited Friday.
Posted: Sunday, September 26th, 2010 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Adrian Peterson, Anquan Boldin, Austin Collie, C.J. Spiller, Charlie Batch, Dan Fouts, Dan Marino, Hines Ward, Jamaal Charles, Jerome Bettis, Leon Washington, Michael Vick, Peyton Hillis, Peyton Manning, Philip Rivers, Randy Moss, Sam Bradford, Thomas Jones, Tom Brady, Tony Banks, Tony Gonzalez
A look at a few of the notes to come off the NFL Network research desk in Week 3.
Leon Washington is back, and the competition in the Seattle Seahawks’ backfield is officially a three-man race.
Seahawks wide receivers Deion Branch and T.J. Houshmandzadeh took the field on Tuesday for the first time this offseason.
A trade of Marshawn Lynch to the Seahawks would no doubt benefit his fantasy value, but the big winner would be Fred Jackson in Buffalo.
One of the more intriguing starting competitions around the league is in Seattle, where there’s a two-horse race to see who starts at running back between Julius Jones and Justin Forsett.
The release of LenDale White makes Justin Forsett a nice sleeper in fantasy circles.
The backfield situation in Seattle is crowded, and it will likely be awhile before we find out who in that crowd fits where. A slimmer LenDale White suggested this week he’ll have to gain weight back to get up to his playing weight.