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December 31, 2005 | Daily News Wire Services
Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs expects quarterback Mark Brunell to start against the Eagles tomorrow. Brunell sprained his right knee in last week's victory over the New York Giants, but he practiced yesterday for the second straight day. "Mark took most of the script and looked good," Gibbs said. "I'm sure that's the way we'll start. " Brunell was injured when he was sacked early in the third quarter against the Giants. Patrick Ramsey finished the game and has been preparing to start against the Eagles if Brunell can't play.
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November 21, 2004 | From The Inquirer Staff
Writer Winner Score David Aldridge Eagles 37-10 Washington's defense will be stout for two-plus quarters but will ultimately wear down - as the Eagles' tight ends cash in. Jim Johnson's crew is good for another return for a score this week. Bob Brookover Eagles 20-17 With Patrick Ramsey back in at quarterback and a tough defense that doesn't give up a lot of points, the Redskins become a potentially dangerous opponent. Bob Ford Eagles 31-10 Jimmie Johnson is going to blitz all day, but he's not going to catch Kurt Busch.
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August 5, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
Mindful of his reputation, Steve Spurrier was quick to dash any notion that Danny Wuerffel's return is the first stop in yet another year of quarterback carousel. "We don't have any problems," the Washington Redskins coach said yesterday. "Some of you guys may want to create them, but there's no problems on our team who the quarterback is. " After making five starting quarterback changes in his first season a year ago, Spurrier is going with second-year player Patrick Ramsey, at least for now. The plan is for Wuerffel, who joined the team yesterday morning at practice, to compete with struggling veteran Rob Johnson for the No. 2 spot.
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August 9, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
Taped to a goal post from his ankles to his forearms, Patrick Ramsey had little wiggle room as he fielded questions about his first Washington Redskins training-camp practice. "You kind of expect this," the rookie quarterback said yesterday in Carlisle, Pa., putting a brave face on the hazing that marked the end of his 16-day holdout. "You almost consider it an honor. You've grown up seeing this happen to rookies, and now it's your turn. " If it was an honor, it wasn't a comfortable one. With Jon Jansen and Walter Rasby leading the charge, Ramsey was secured to the post with two kinds of tape after the morning practice.
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November 21, 2004 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
After starting 16 games at quarterback in his first two seasons in the NFL, Patrick Ramsey, the Washington Redskins' third-year quarterback, didn't receive the biggest vote of confidence when Joe Gibbs returned this season as the team's coach. Gibbs acquired quarterback Mark Brunell, 34, throwing an $8.5 million signing bonus at the former Jacksonville Jaguar. Gibbs said competition for the starting spot would be open, but neither Brunell nor Ramsey distinguished himself in the preseason.
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December 12, 2002 | By Phil Sheridan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The decisions have been made. The young quarterbacks, A.J. Feeley and Patrick Ramsey, will start when the Eagles play Washington on Sunday. Each team has started three quarterbacks this season, but the circumstances couldn't be much different. Washington coach Steve Spurrier has gone through Shane Matthews and Danny Wuerffel in a futile attempt to get his Florida offense working on the NFL level. Now Ramsey, the team's first-round draft pick, will get three starts to show whether he can be a franchise quarterback.
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August 17, 2005 | By David Aldridge INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Joe Gibbs did not think much of Joe Gibbs last season. "I think you've got to evaluate yourself by wins and losses. I was 6-10," the Washington coach said last week at Redskins Park. "I think numerous other first-year coaches did a lot better than I did. And I felt it was my responsibility to run the show on offense, and we didn't perform well. So, I'd say: not good. " The only thing tougher than living up to a legend is when you're the legend. "I think he learned a lot," right tackle Jon Jansen said of Gibbs.
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November 18, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
Washington Redskins quarterback Patrick Ramsey has been playing all season with a broken bone in his right foot, an old injury that is limiting his mobility. "It's flared up pretty bad recently," said Ramsey, who has had difficulty planting the foot when throwing. "It's just something I'm trying to fight through. " Coach Steve Spurrier revealed the injury yesterday, a day after Ramsey had one of his worst games of the season in a 20-17 loss at Carolina. Ramsey said the foot started hurting during training camp.
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November 16, 2012 | BY FRANK SERAVALLI, Daily News Staff Writer seravaf@phillynews.com
SINCE DANIEL Snyder purchased the Redskins in 1999, seven men have roamed the sideline as head coach, producing two futile playoff appearances in 13 seasons. Even at their best, the Redskins haven't been much more than an afterthought in the NFC East over the last decade. Most of that is due to the Redskins' revolving door at quarterback, a position which has had more turnover in the District of Columbia than Congress. Under Snyder's reign, 14 men - beauties ranging from Patrick Ramsey to Mark Brunell to Donovan McNabb - have started for the 'Skins.
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August 9, 2002 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Vinny Testaverde led a long touchdown drive on New York's opening possession, and the Jets beat the Steelers, 16-6, in Pittsburgh last night. New York's 70-yard drive lasted so long - more than 8 1/2 minutes - that Pittsburgh's starters, expected to be pulled before the end of the first quarter, played well into the second. The Jets' John Hall kicked field goals of 33 and 40 yards, and Danny Boyd kicked a 42-yarder, while the Steelers managed only field goals of 21 and 31 yards by new kicker Todd Peterson.
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November 16, 2012 | BY FRANK SERAVALLI, Daily News Staff Writer seravaf@phillynews.com
SINCE DANIEL Snyder purchased the Redskins in 1999, seven men have roamed the sideline as head coach, producing two futile playoff appearances in 13 seasons. Even at their best, the Redskins haven't been much more than an afterthought in the NFC East over the last decade. Most of that is due to the Redskins' revolving door at quarterback, a position which has had more turnover in the District of Columbia than Congress. Under Snyder's reign, 14 men - beauties ranging from Patrick Ramsey to Mark Brunell to Donovan McNabb - have started for the 'Skins.
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September 13, 2011 | By Bob Ford, Inquirer Columnist
What can only be counted as a great day in the NFC East, at least from the perspective of the Philadelphia Eagles, came to a close near midnight on Sunday when Dallas quarterback Tony Romo offered up a headscratcher of an interception to New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis and, one easy field goal later, the Cowboys were a dispiriting 0-1 on the season. Earlier in the day, following the Eagles walkover against the not-quite-ready St. Louis Rams, the Redskins beat a disorganized New York Giants team and came away from the game with the always dangerous belief that Rex Grossman is the man for the quarterback job in Washington.
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December 31, 2005 | Daily News Wire Services
Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs expects quarterback Mark Brunell to start against the Eagles tomorrow. Brunell sprained his right knee in last week's victory over the New York Giants, but he practiced yesterday for the second straight day. "Mark took most of the script and looked good," Gibbs said. "I'm sure that's the way we'll start. " Brunell was injured when he was sacked early in the third quarter against the Giants. Patrick Ramsey finished the game and has been preparing to start against the Eagles if Brunell can't play.
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August 17, 2005 | By David Aldridge INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Joe Gibbs did not think much of Joe Gibbs last season. "I think you've got to evaluate yourself by wins and losses. I was 6-10," the Washington coach said last week at Redskins Park. "I think numerous other first-year coaches did a lot better than I did. And I felt it was my responsibility to run the show on offense, and we didn't perform well. So, I'd say: not good. " The only thing tougher than living up to a legend is when you're the legend. "I think he learned a lot," right tackle Jon Jansen said of Gibbs.
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November 21, 2004 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
After starting 16 games at quarterback in his first two seasons in the NFL, Patrick Ramsey, the Washington Redskins' third-year quarterback, didn't receive the biggest vote of confidence when Joe Gibbs returned this season as the team's coach. Gibbs acquired quarterback Mark Brunell, 34, throwing an $8.5 million signing bonus at the former Jacksonville Jaguar. Gibbs said competition for the starting spot would be open, but neither Brunell nor Ramsey distinguished himself in the preseason.
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November 21, 2004 | From The Inquirer Staff
Writer Winner Score David Aldridge Eagles 37-10 Washington's defense will be stout for two-plus quarters but will ultimately wear down - as the Eagles' tight ends cash in. Jim Johnson's crew is good for another return for a score this week. Bob Brookover Eagles 20-17 With Patrick Ramsey back in at quarterback and a tough defense that doesn't give up a lot of points, the Redskins become a potentially dangerous opponent. Bob Ford Eagles 31-10 Jimmie Johnson is going to blitz all day, but he's not going to catch Kurt Busch.
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November 18, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
Washington Redskins quarterback Patrick Ramsey has been playing all season with a broken bone in his right foot, an old injury that is limiting his mobility. "It's flared up pretty bad recently," said Ramsey, who has had difficulty planting the foot when throwing. "It's just something I'm trying to fight through. " Coach Steve Spurrier revealed the injury yesterday, a day after Ramsey had one of his worst games of the season in a 20-17 loss at Carolina. Ramsey said the foot started hurting during training camp.
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August 5, 2003 | Daily News Wire Services
Mindful of his reputation, Steve Spurrier was quick to dash any notion that Danny Wuerffel's return is the first stop in yet another year of quarterback carousel. "We don't have any problems," the Washington Redskins coach said yesterday. "Some of you guys may want to create them, but there's no problems on our team who the quarterback is. " After making five starting quarterback changes in his first season a year ago, Spurrier is going with second-year player Patrick Ramsey, at least for now. The plan is for Wuerffel, who joined the team yesterday morning at practice, to compete with struggling veteran Rob Johnson for the No. 2 spot.
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December 12, 2002 | By Phil Sheridan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The decisions have been made. The young quarterbacks, A.J. Feeley and Patrick Ramsey, will start when the Eagles play Washington on Sunday. Each team has started three quarterbacks this season, but the circumstances couldn't be much different. Washington coach Steve Spurrier has gone through Shane Matthews and Danny Wuerffel in a futile attempt to get his Florida offense working on the NFL level. Now Ramsey, the team's first-round draft pick, will get three starts to show whether he can be a franchise quarterback.
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August 9, 2002 | Daily News Wire Services
Taped to a goal post from his ankles to his forearms, Patrick Ramsey had little wiggle room as he fielded questions about his first Washington Redskins training-camp practice. "You kind of expect this," the rookie quarterback said yesterday in Carlisle, Pa., putting a brave face on the hazing that marked the end of his 16-day holdout. "You almost consider it an honor. You've grown up seeing this happen to rookies, and now it's your turn. " If it was an honor, it wasn't a comfortable one. With Jon Jansen and Walter Rasby leading the charge, Ramsey was secured to the post with two kinds of tape after the morning practice.
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