Digest: Redskins' Galette to miss season after suffering injury to other Achilles' tendon

Washington Redskins outside linebacker Junior Galette will miss a second straight season after suffering his second Achilles tendon tear, two people with knowledge of the situation confirmed Monday.

Galette missed all of the 2015 season after rupturing his right Achilles tendon during the preseason. He had made a nearly complete recovery and anticipated practicing fully once training camp began Thursday, but Galette tore his left Achilles on Sunday while doing drills. Galette tweeted Monday, "Haven't felt so good best shape of my life and this happens to me now Idk what else to so when does da rain stop[?]"


Galette signed with Washington for the veteran's minimum last season after getting released abruptly by the New Orleans Saints. But he never played a down. This offseason, he turned down a multiyear deal with the Redskins because he anticipated making a full recovery and performing well. Galette, who had 22 sacks in 2013 and 2014 combined, instead signed a one-year, $1 million deal that featured $500,000 in bonuses and $2.5million in incentives.

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More Redskins: Washington released safety Kyshoen Jarrett after he failed his physical before training camp. Jarrett sustained nerve damage to a shoulder in the regular-season finale against the Dallas Cowboys and didn't participate in any offseason activities. Coach Jay Gruden said in May that the 23-year-old was seeing a specialist in Denver. Jarrett, who played at Virginia Tech, appeared in all 16 regular-season games as a rookie in 2015 and started six. He had 58 tackles, which includes his time on special teams. Jarrett's release leaves 88 players on the roster.

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Busko, Gebhardt win age groups in NYC Triathlon

Billy Busko, a Cockeysville native and 1982 graduate of Dulaney who lives in New York, finished in first place among 206 competitors in the male ages 50-54 group for the fifth consecutive year at the New York City Triathlon on Sunday. Busko, 52, placed 46th overall among 4,000 athletes with a time of 2 hours, 4 minutes and 29 seconds. Busko will compete in the Ironman Coeur D'Alene in Idaho in August and has raced in the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, for the past seven years. He placed third in his age group in the Ironman 70.3 Raleigh (N.C.) in June. Kevin Rawls, 52, of Reisterstown (fourth, 2:13:35) and Brad Callahan, 50, of Arnold (122nd, 2:51:49) also competed in the male 50-54 group. Susan Gebhardt, 60, of Timonium finished first in the female 60-64 group with a time of 2:37:35. Other local finishers include: Allison Larochelle, 37, of Annapolis (seventh in female premier division, 2:12:52); Glen Brown, 44, of Edgewater (71st in male 40-44, 2:27:54); Jonathan Ziegler, 49, of Baltimore (89th in male 45-49, 2:34:04); Paul Larochelle, 44, of Annapolis (sixth in CLY 40, 2:36:48); Julie Coyle, 51, of Cockeysville (12th in female 50-54, 2:43:42); Mary Voneiff, 36, of Baltimore (third in athletes 39 and over, 2:46:58); Donna Divenuto-Ball, 42, of Towson (89th in female 40-44, 3:16:00); Gaddiel Rodriguez, 24, of Baltimore (25th in males 24 and under, 3:16:07); and Crystal Pringle, 47, of Bowie (110th in female 45-49, 3:47:42).

Men's college lacrosse: Salisbury rising senior attackman Nathan Blondino, graduate midfielder Preston Dabbs, graduate midfielder Thomas Cirillo and Gettysburg graduate defender Geoff Davis (McDonogh) were named to the inaugural Intercollegiate Men's Lacrosse Coaches Association Division III All-American first team. Stevenson graduate attackman Stephen Banick and rising senior midfielder Kyle D'Onofrio (Fallston) and Salisbury rising senior midfielder Andrew Ternahan, rising junior defender Will Nowesnick and graduate defender Chad Williams (Marriotts Ridge) were selected to the second team.

Women's college volleyball: UMES named Jonea Rima assistant coach. Rima spent the past two seasons as head coach of Seminole State College in Oklahoma and was previously head coach of Missouri Valley College.

Men's college soccer: Tickets for the Army-Navy game at Talen Energy Stadium in Philadelphia at 7 p.m. on Sept. 23 are now on sale. Tickets are $20 for general admission and $30 for reserved seating. For more information, go to

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