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Redskins' Taylor Will Miss 10 To 14 Days

Redskins' defensive end Jason Taylor will miss anywhere from ten days to two weeks with a sprained knee, according to The Washington Post.

The injury could put Taylor's streak of 130-straight regular season starts in jeopardy. The sprain initially looked serious, but x-rays were negative.

Via The Washington Post


Jason Taylor Leaves Game With Sprained Knee

Washington defensive end Jason Taylor left Saturday's preseason loss to Carolina with a sprained knee, according to The Associated Press.

An x-ray showed no serious damage, but Taylor will undergo an MRI on Sunday.

He was hurt when his leg bent awkwardly after he ended up in the middle of the pile following DeAngelo Williams' 5-yard run midway through the second quarter.

"I spoke to him. He's in good spirits," defensive end Andre Carter said. "We'll just have to see."

Via ESPN


Portis Isn't Worried About Getting Hurt

Redskins' running back Clinton Portis wants to be healthy for the 2008 season, but claims that he isn't worried about getting hurt, according to The Washington Post.

"I can't be worried about getting hurt," Portis said. "If I get hurt, I get hurt. I got to go out and play football."

Portis rushed for 1,262 yards and eleven touchdowns in Washington last season.

Via The Washington Post


Favre Throws TD Pass In Jets Debut

QB Brett Favre was solid in his Jets debut after a week of learning his new playbook. He threw a 4-yard touchdown pass to Dustin Keller to cap his second series in a 13-10 loss to the Redskins on Saturday night, according to an Associated Press report.

Via AP


Trial Of 4 Charged In Taylor Murder Moved To '09

The trial for the four men accused of murdering Redskins' safety Sean Taylor has been delayed until 2009, according to The Associated Press.

A judge on Friday set a new trial date of March 3, 2009. It had been set for later this month.

All four men have pleaded not guilty and are being held without bail and face possible life in prison if convicted.

Via ESPN


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