by Dustin Raymond Follow @draymond02 Last year, the Washington Redskins were sitting woefully at 3-6 going into their bye week. Certain demise loomed over the team but spirits and hopes still reigned high in the locker room. What happened next will forever be placed in Redskins lore – a 7 …
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by Dustin Raymond Follow @draymond02 On Sunday, Robert Griffin III arguably had the worst game of his short NFL career: 15-of-30 for a pedestrian 132 passing yards with a touchdown, 2 interceptions and 2 fumbles (1 recovered). Those are disappointing stats to say the least, but from watching the game …
Roy Helu joined Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker and sports media personality turned weight loss champion Chuck Carroll to talk a little Redskins and Nebraska football.
Defensive end Adam Carriker and weight loss champion and football journalist Chuck Carroll look ahead to a difficult Week 7 match for the Washington Redskins against the Denver Broncos.
Washington Redskins Adam Carriker and Chuck Carroll are joined by Barry Cofield on 4th & Pain. The group talks about the defensive improvements, the Chicago Bears, Carriker’s absence and of course, pro wrestling.
Washington Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker and Chuck Carroll preview the NFL Week 7 game between the Redskins and Chicago Bears.
There has been a long-standing debate as to who the strongest Washington Redskins player of all time actually is. In recent history three names come to mind. Today, they are all on 4th & Pain!
by Dustin Raymond Follow @draymond02 We’re officially a quarter way through the 2013 NFL Season and this week is no stranger to a few surprises. The Cleveland Browns are at .500 while the Pittsburgh still remain winless; a strange season so far. While many teams continue to falter, a few …
Previewing the Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys game with the 4th & Pain 4 Keys to the Game. Plus, Carriker gives a big update on his rehab efforts as well as tells us how to add muscle, not fat.
Niles Paul chats with Adam Carriker and Chuck Carroll about his time in Lincoln and whether his Nebraska team was better than mine. He’s a smart guy unlike Roy Helu, who insists his blackshirts were superior. Roy is DREAMING!