Pierre Garon has been listed as doubtful for Sundays game against the Bengals, Coach Mike Shanahan said Friday afternoon.If the Redskins No. 1 wide receiver does not suit up, it will mark the second straight game hes missed since injuring his right foot in the first quarter of the season opener in New Orleans.Pierre went through drill work but is still a little sore, Shanahan said after practice. He didnt take any reps in teams.Asked if Garons injury has worsened, Shanahan said: You just dont know. You either can do it or you cant. He pushed pretty hard today but it was just a little bit too sore. He got some good work in early but until it gets good enough to go, theres always that question mark.Aldrick Robinson replaced Garon last week and likely will do so against Cincinnati.The status for defensive backs Josh Wilson and Brandon Meriweather was more encouraging. Wilson, who left Sundays game with a mild concussion, is probable, while Meriweather, who suffered a sprained knee in the preseason, is questionable.
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Redskins cornerback Josh Norman is already an All-Pro antagonist, but according to a Thursday report from For The Win, his best work is yet to come.
Norman was forced to abandon his favorite bow and arrow celebration after getting fined by the NFL. But he has divised a clever replacement that sets the league up to look hypocritical.
"Since they sell beer on TV while kids are watching it, I’m thinking I might open a keg on the field, and I’m going to drink it on the field," Norman told Charlotte Wilder of FTW after Thursday's practice. "And I don’t see that being on the rule book.”
Of course, his bow and arrow gesture wasn't explicitly banned in the rule book, neither was tight end Vernon Davis' jump shot celebration, but both got penalized anyway.
Except this time, the outspoken corner thinks he has the NFL, well, cornered. If encouraging people to drink beer in commercial breaks is cool, then pretending to drink beer on the field must be cool too, right?
“I mean, you’re selling ads on TV, so why can’t my celebration be legal? It’s a catch-22, man. These guys are serious.”
There's only one snag in Norman's plan: it's not exactly clear what he's doing in the celebration he demonstated. He pantomimed opening a keg, tapping it and hoisting it above his head to drink from it.
But what if people don't get it? He'll just explain afterward, he assured Wilder.
Norman might consider pretending to pop the tab on a can of beer and drink it on the field. Seems more straight forward, but then again, I'm not the master troll here.
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