Redskins hire company to fight infections
ASHBURN, Va. -- Concerned about a potentially dangerous infection that hit five players the past two seasons, the Washington Redskins hired a company to treat their practice facility with a spray that controls the growth of bacteria and mold.
New carpeting and a fresh coat of paint were applied to the
locker room, weight room, training room and other areas at Redskins
Park ahead of last week's spraying, an effort to prevent the spread
of MRSA, a form of staph infection that's resistant to ...
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