Mosley says Gase makes it clear: Jets aiming for Patriots

Football 04/17/19, 17:11

Adam Gase gathered his Jets players for their first team meeting last week and clearly stated their goal for this season.They're aiming for the New England Patriots."Pretty much, he's going for that one team that's been winning every single year in this division," linebacker C.J. Mosley said during a conference ...

Mo’ Money: NFL teams keep the dollars flowing to free agents

Sports 03/12/19, 16:21

On the second day of spending before the first real day of free agency, the dollars kept flowing.The money flowed out of New Jersey, with the Jets agreeing Tuesday to contracts with three players: wide receivers Jamison Crowder and Josh Bellamy, and linebacker C.J. Mosley. The team also will re-sign ...

Busy Jets fly into free agency with a few big-money moves

Sports 03/12/19, 12:03

Mike Maccagnan predicted the Jets — with lots of needs and plenty of money — would be very active when free agency kicked off.He wasn't kidding.The New York general manager has been wheeling and dealing since the NFL's legal tampering period began Monday, making several moves during a splashy spending ...

Skins out 3 starters for season: Scherff, Lauvao, Richardson

Football 11/05/18, 16:28

Both starting guards for the Washington Redskins, Brandon Scherff and Shawn Lauvao, will have season-ending surgery, as will wide receiver Paul Richardson.Coach Jay Gruden announced Monday that Scherff, a Pro Bowl right guard, tore a pectoral muscle, while Lauvao, a left guard, tore the ACL in his left knee during ...

First-place Redskins in search of passing game vs. Falcons

Football 11/01/18, 17:21

All games and no practice reps make Alex Smith a dull quarterback.Injuries to receivers Jamison Crowder and Paul Richardson and running backs Adrian Peterson and Chris Thompson have kept them from getting work in with Smith at practice and stunted the Washington Redskins' passing game so far this season. The ...

Peterson runs for 120 yards, 2 TDs, Skins top Packers 31-17

Golf 09/23/18, 16:46

Adrian Peterson ran for 120 yards and a pair of 2-yard scores, Alex Smith threw two touchdown passes — all in the first half Sunday — and the Washington Redskins held on for a 31-17 victory over a gimpy Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, who again had complaints ...

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