John Keim reports on the Redskins training camp. How is Orakpo doing? Who is Joe Bugel getting on to during practice? How is the new guy, Hackett, doing? How about Fred Davis? What are the Special Teams doing? All this, the full injury report and much more, is right here.
August 5, 2009
Running back Nick Goings, receiver D.J. Hackett and offensive lineman Jeremy Bridges were released Wednesday as the Carolina Panthers continue to prepare for the start of the 2009 free agency period that begins at 12:01 a.m. Friday morning.
February 25, 2009
The Panthers normally keep four receivers active on game day. Three are Steve Smith, Muhsin Muhammad and Mark Jones, the return man and No. 4 receiver. The other receiver (the No. 3 guy) will either be Dwayne Jarrett or D.J. Hackett depending on which way coach John Fox wants to go.
November 2, 2008
It's been a strange couple of weeks for WR D.J. Hackett. He was projected to be one of the top wideouts available in free agency this year, but because of some injury concerns, several other receivers have signed deals while he's seen tepid interest at best. On Wednesday, Scout.com's Adam Caplan reported that Hackett will visit two other teams in addition to a scheduled visit with the Redskins.
March 12, 2008
The Seahawks had more done unto them than they actually did in the first day of free agency, but there are rumors afoot, and players in town who may not leave without contracts. Meanwhile, a kicker goes east, and D.J. Hackett might be waiting to see if the big sombrero fits.
February 29, 2008