Kedric Golston DL WAS 4 Months
The Redskins have elevated Kedric Golston onto the first-team defense following Jarvis Jenkins' suspension.
Jenkins will miss the first four games, and Golston is the favorite to replace him. A limited talent, try-hard player, Golston played 404 snaps in 2012 and graded out negatively as a pass rusher while earning mediocre marks in run defense, per Pro Football Focus. He's a sizable downgrade from Jenkins.
Kedric Golston DL WAS Jun 12 '12
Redskins DE Kedric Golston is fully recovered from the torn MCL that ended his season in November.
Golston has been a consistent member of the defensive line rotation before the injury. "I don't even notice the knee at all. I feel as good as I've felt in a long time," said Golston. "My elbows are feeling good, so I haven't felt this healthy in probably three years."
Kedric Golston DL WAS Apr 09 '12
Redskins agreed to terms with DE Kedric Golston.
Golston appeared in nine games as a reserve last season, racking up 16 tackles and 1.5 sacks before landing on injured reserve with partial tears of two knee ligaments. He'll have to compete hard to keep his roster spot this year.
Kedric Golston DL WAS Nov 15 '11
Redskins will place DE Kedric Golston (knee) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Golston sustained a third-degree MCL tear and a partially torn ACL in the third quarter of Sunday's loss to the Dolphins. It's bad timing for the sixth-year pro as he'll be an unrestricted free agent once again this spring. Golston's season ends with 16 tackles, 1.5 sacks and a forced fumble.
Kedric Golston DL WAS Nov 14 '11
Redskins DE Kedric Golston has been diagnosed with a third-degree MCL tear and partially torn ACL.
Golston should be sidelined for at least the next few weeks, if not the rest of the season. Working as a rotational pass rusher, he's notched 16 tackles, two sacks and a forced fumble. Kentwan Balmer will likely see the biggest increase in snaps in his absence.
Kedric Golston DL WAS Nov 13 '11
Redskins DE Kedric Golston will miss a few weeks with an MCL injury.
Golston has been Washington's No. 3 defensive end, playing behind Stephen Bowen and Adam Carriker. The loss shouldn't be felt much barring a Bowen or Carriker injury. Kentwan Balmer may now step into Golston's role.