The Raiders host the Washington Redskins and quarterback Robert Griffin III Sunday. Oakland QB Terrelle Pryor suffered a concussion in the loss to the Broncos Monday night and may not play.
Terrelle Pryor was cleared for non-contact practice on Thursday but is still up in the air if he will start against the Redskins on Sunday.
Terrelle Pryor’s concussion has brought on some problems for the Oakland Raiders and their coach Dennis Allen. Now the NFLPA is investigating if Pryor should have been brought back on the field after taking a vicious hit.
The Raiders will host the winless Redskins. The Redskins will try to accomplish their first victory, while the Raiders will try to get a 500 record for week 4 on Sunday.
“If you do a helmet-to-helmet, you probably aren’t going to get suspended,” John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew.
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly’s quick action, no-huddle offense kept the Washington Redskins off-balance in Philly’s 33-27 victory Monday night. “That was really fun to watch,” John Madden told the KCBS Radio morning crew.
With the San Francisco 49ers and other teams expected to run a lot more read-option plays using running quarterbacks this season, how do coaches limit the hits the QB will take?
The Redskins organization is hopeful that rookie CB David Amerson will soon become the remedy to a secondary that last season ranked 30th in pass defense. Team officials understand that a cornerback with elite talent can easily mask the deficiencies of an inept secondary.
ESPN is reporting that Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III will start the season opener against the Eagles September 9. If so, it would be his first game action since his right knee was surgically repaired following a serious injury at the end of last season.
The St. Louis Rams signed Terrell Brown, a 6’10″ 403-pound undrafted free agent out of Ole Miss.