The defensive lineman received good news following an exam on his shoulder, but running back Chris Thompson did not.
jason hatcher "You’ve just got to be careful with it because it’s a serious matter when you’ve got nerves, [It] can shut my arm down for life, and I’m not trying to go through that. At the same time, we’re in a crunch situation where everybody got to be on the field. I’m going to be smart about it and listen to the trainers. If I’ve got enough strength, and I can protect myself and play even half as good I’ve been playing, then I’ll be out there."
jason hatcher "It kind of sucks for me trying to get this nerve issue right, I’ve got a short week with that so hopefully God come in and make a miracle. We’ll see."
- Dec 7, 2015
Despite the fact that a win tonight could pull the Redskins further ahead of the NFC East, playing the Cowboys always means a little bit more to the Redskins and the fan base.
dashon goldson "Somebody told me, ‘I don’t care how many games you guys win, as long as you beat the Cowboys,’ At that point I knew it was serious. As far as what I’m doing to prepare for this is simply just the same thing I do week in - week out. Film study and knowing my opponent, understanding what they’re doing and relying on our game plan to execute that. I'm not trying to be Superman out here. I’m just trying to win a football game."
Riley was one of two players missing during Friday's practice.
Jason Hatcher admits feeling relieved that the Redskins won't face Tony Romo Monday night, but cautions the team still can’t afford to take Dallas lightly.
jason hatcher "He’s one of the best quarterbacks in the league when he’s healthy. So it helps out a lot not having him back out there, He’s a general. He understands the game and understands the system, and he ran it well when he was healthy. I hope the guy gets healthy fast. I’m not happy he’s hurt, but I’m happy he’s not playing."
jason hatcher "With Romo in the game or out the game, they play hard football. They’ve got identity over there, They’re one you’ve got to respect, not look over. You can’t think of them as a mediocre football team. They’re way better than [3-8]."
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After beating the Giants, Redskins players could talk about the absurdity of Odell Beckham's 4th quarter TD grab. "Not human" sums up the reaction.
jason hatcher "My son, I think he love Odell Beckham more than he do me. I guess I'm gonna have to go out and buy his jersey,"
jason hatcher "That guy is special. God don’t make many like him, He’s just a special guy."
Three days after saying that he wondered if close calls always go against the Redskins because of their controversial name, defensive end claims no recollection of those comments.
jason hatcher "I don’t remember that. I don’t remember that. I’m focused on the Giants. I don’t remember none of that. I don’t remember nothing I said. I don’t know what y’all talking about. I don’t remember saying that."
jason hatcher "I’m not saying this out of character to get fined, but it is what it is. I don’t know if it’s about the name or what, but at the same time, we play football too. We work our butt off too. Don’t single us out. At the end of the day, it’s the name. Don’t worry about the name – we players and we work our butt off too. I’m just frustrated with it. We shouldn’t have to be punished for that. It’s been every game, calls after calls that should’ve been made in our favor, but it goes to them. It’s just not right. We in the league too. We’re National Football players. We got a team too. We go out there, and we sweat and work hard too. I don’t give a crap about the name. We are players. We’ve got feelings too, and we want to win too."
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Players should concentrate on improving their skills.
jason hatcher "We shouldn’t have to be punished for [the team name]. It’s been every game, calls after calls that should have been made in our favor, but it goes to them. It’s just not right."
Is the NFL really out to get Washington? Or does it just seem that way in Ashburn?
jason hatcher "punish us for something we can’t control. We are the redskins let’s move on."
donte stallworth "You don’t want to start thinking the refs are against you, even if there are some bad calls, Because that can seep into your preparation and that can seep into your game-planning."
Jason Hatcher thinks NFL refs are biased against the Redskins because of the team's name. His head coach doesn't really agree, though.
jason hatcher "Every game, it's just calls after calls should have been made in our favor but they go to them, And it's just not right. We're in the league, too. We are National Football players...I don't give a crap about the name. We are players and we've got feelings too. And we want to win, too."
- Nov 23, 2015
Jason Hatcher is frustrated. Not necessarily with the fact that his Washington Redskins lost to the Carolina Panthers, 44-6, although chances are he's pretty upset about that too. But what had Hatcher worked up after Sunday's game was an illegal helmet-to-helmet hit penalty against him that negated...
jason hatcher "We’re fighting against teams and referees, I don't know if it's about the name or what, but, you know, at the same time, we play football, too. We work our butt off, too. Don't single us out."
jason hatcher "At the end of the day it’s the name, Don't worry about the name. We're players and we work our butts off, too. So I'm just frustrated with it."
- Nov 22, 2015
The Redskins have been under fire over their name and its offensive nature, with many feeling a change is almost inevitable.
The NY Daily News made the decision to no longer use the name or logo in its publication. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid thinks the franchise will have a new name within three years. Former NFL referee Mike Carey said the league honored his request to not work games invol
Washington's Jason Hatcher came out of Sunday's 44-16 loss to the Panthers suggesting that the Redskins have received their share of unfavorable calls for a specific reason: Their name.
jason hatcher "I'm not saying this out of character to get fined, but it is what it is, I don't know if it's about the name or what, but at the same time, we play football, too. We work our butt off, too. Don't single us out. At the end of the day, it's the name. Don't worry about the name -- (we're) players and we work our butt off, too."
jason hatcher "Hell of a football play by Cully -- made the tackle and made the interception, But the game is in the hands of the refs."
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The Washington Redskins’ team name has been a subject of controversy for years, but defensive end Jason Hatcher threw a new wrinkle into the discussion Sunday following his squad’s 44-16 loss to the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium.
Master Tesfatsion of the Washington Post passed along the defensive end’s comments suggesting the name on the front of the jersey impacts
After winning on the field, Carolina continued its beat down of Washington online.
- Nov 22, 2015
Hatcher said he believes referees have not been fair to his teammates all year.
desean jackson "A lot of guys were frustrated on the sidelines about that play. We play tackle football, not two-handed touch,"
- Nov 22, 2015
Hatcher was frustrated following a 44-16 loss to the Panthers on Sunday. Washington defensive end Jason Hatcher was upset following the team's 44-16 loss to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, and insinuated that referees are biased due to the team's name.
"It's going to be hard, you know, we fighting against teams and the referees. It just is what it is," Hatcher said. "I don't know if it's ab
jason hatcher "It's going to be hard, you know, we fighting against teams and the referees. It just is what it is, I don't know if it's about the name or what, but at the same time, we play football too. We work our butt off too."
jason hatcher "Don't single us out, At the end of the day, it's the name. Don't worry about the name. We players and we work our butt off too."
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Defensive end Jason Hatcher was frustrated with the officiating, hinting that he felt the team hasn’t received favorable calls this season because of Washington’s team name.
jason hatcher "Helluva of a football play by Cully — made the tackle and made the interception, But the game is in the hands of the refs."
ASHBURN — Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers have plenty to celebrate this season. The Panthers (9-0) are one of two undefeated teams — the other is the New England Patriots — and they have won 13 consecutive regular-season games, which is the longest active streak. Carolina beat the Green ...
jason hatcher "He’s an entertainer, It’s good for the sport. He’s a well-spoken guy, does everything right. The guy can dance. Just turn the music off and he’ll stop dancing. That’s all they gotta do. It’s a 10-second, whatever he was doing, I don’t know what he was doing but he was boogieing now. Just turn the music off, that’s what I’m going to do. I’m going to say, ‘DJ, cut. Enough dancing, Cam.’"
jason hatcher "That guy looks like a defensive end, He’s just a good quarterback playing good football. You just try to go out on the field and jump on the back of a bull and try to pull him down. He’s strong, man. He’s strong. He’s a special dude."
NEW YORK (AP) - The updated National Football League injury report, as provided by the league: DETROIT LIONS at GREEN BAY PACKERS - LIONS: OUT: CB Rashean Mathis (concussion). QUESTIONABLE: S Isa Abdul-Quddus (foot), WR Calvin Johnson (ankle). PROBABLE: S James Ihedigbo (shoulder), LB Travis Lewis (groin), CB Darius Slay ...
Nearing end of his run, the defensive lineman takes extra measures to be fresh in the second half of the season.
jason hatcher "It sucks because I can’t go out there and lead by example, Your actions speak louder than words. . . . It’s so hard to do when you’re not out there in practice. . . . That’s the part that sucks, but I’ve got to do what’s best and just be out there with them on Sundays."
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2016 NFL Draft Prospect Defensive End Rankings updated.
After getting off to a promising start, recording 2.5 sacks in his second game with the Washington Redskins last season, prized free-agent acquisition Jason Hatcher experienced a drastic dropoff and wound up limping through the remainder of the year — literally.Read full article >>
jason hatcher "A lot of games, I just went out there with heart, When you don’t have a wheel, it’s hard to be the player, and the scheme didn’t help out at all, either."
jason hatcher "You’re expected to make more plays in this system, You can kind of get up in the backfield and make a lot of tackles, as long as you’re in your gap and do what you’re supposed to do. It’ll be fun. That’s about it. Just attack. You aren’t holding up blocks no more and letting linebackers run."
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- May 25, 2015
After getting his feet wet in his first year with the Redskins in 2014, Jason Hatcher is ready to make some real noise in 2015.
- May 14, 2015
Redskins’ offensive lineman Brandon Scherff – the team’s No. 5-overall pick in this year’s NFL Draft – said his first week in the NFL has been a “good experience.”
Redskins coach Jay Gruden is impressed with a number of pass rushers who will be available in next month's draft.
The Redskins were not among the group of teams that received compensatory picks because of free agents lost during the 2014 offseason, the NFL announced Monday evening.The league awards the picks based on a complicated formula that stems from last year’s free agency gains and losses.Read full article >>
During an end-of-year press conference that was long on rhetoric and short on specifics, Redskins general manager Bruce Allen defended the signing free agent defensive end Jason Hatcher and putting the franchise tag on linebacker Brian Orakpo.
brian orakpo "I had great hopes for Brian this year as did Brian and, unfortunately, he got injured,"
Jason Hatcher will finish his first season in Washington on injured reserve.