James Lee

#75T,
Height: 6' 4"
Weight: 308
Born:
College: South Carolina State
Birth Place: Belle Glade, Florida
Draft: Undrafted
  • Need to Know: The five Redskins under the most pressure entering camp
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    Need to Know: The five Redskins under the most pressure entering camp

    Here is what you need to know on this Friday, July 21, six days before the Washington Redskins start training camp in Richmond on July 27. Timeline The Redskins last played a game 201 days ago; they will open the 2017 season against the Eagles at FedEx Field in 51 days. Days until: —Preseason opener @ Ravens (8/10) 20 —Preseason vs. Packers at FedEx Field (8/19) 29 —Roster cut to 53 (9/2) 43 Five Redskins who are under pressure going into training camp QB Kirk Cousins–Going first with the most obvious. He’s under pressure to get this team back to the playoffs. Rob Kelley and Samaje Perine will help the running game and perhaps the defense will improve. But this team still will rise and fall by

  • See amazing throwback Denny Hamlin, Joe Gibbs photo
    USA Today

    See amazing throwback Denny Hamlin, Joe Gibbs photo

    Joe Gibbs Racing had been waiting a long time to snap its streak of 20 winless races that extended back to November 2016. But No. 11 Toyota driver Denny Hamlin took care of that Sunday, winning the Overton's 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Given Hamlin's victory - which locked him into the 16-driver playoff this fall - this 25-year-old photo of him and Gibbs is perfect for this week's Throwback Thursday. Although it's unclear when exactly in 1992 the photo was taken, Hamlin, a Virginia native, would have been about 11 or 12 years old, while the former Washington Redskins turned NASCAR team owner would have been in his early 50s. Both with November birthdays, Hamlin is now 36, and Gibbs is

  • 'It's addicting:' Redskins punter fulfills dream of creating trivia game
    Chicago Tribune

    'It's addicting:' Redskins punter fulfills dream of creating trivia game

    Tress Way loved two things about the Associated Press's list of the top 100 college football programs of all-time, which the Redskins punter came across on Twitter last August: His alma mater, Oklahoma, was No. 2 (and ranked ahead of Texas), and the order was determined by a formula, not one writer's opinion. "You could not argue it," said Way, who began quizzing teammates, coaches and staffers at Redskins training camp in Richmond about the list and kept track of who could name the top 10 programs in the fewest number of guesses. The excitement over this simple off-field diversion ultimately inspired Way to create What's Your Bid, a team trivia game that combines elements of "Family Feud," Trivial Pursuit and spades. "I wasn't surprised when he told me he created this, because even back in college he said one of his dreams was to create a board game," said former Oklahoma center Ben Habern, who roomed with Way for two years in Norman.