"Stephen Todd Alexander" is a former American football tight end. He was originally drafted by the Washington Redskins in the second round of the 1998 NFL Draft. He played college football at Oklahoma Sooners football/Oklahoma.

Alexander was selected to the Pro Bowl while with the Redskins in 2001 Pro Bowl/2000. He has also played for the San Diego Chargers, Detroit Lions and Denver Broncos.

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Look at the Chiefs and Chargers in our division, they use tight ends big-time in the red zone. We need to do the same thing.

There wasn't one thing, but a collective effort. When one guy breaks down on offense, the entire play is shot.

They're all strong guys, physical, smart, heady players. They do a lot of different stuff, at times, especially in some passing situations - they'll have guys everywhere . . . sometimes it's just crazy.

You've seen it coming the past couple weeks.

It looks like up front they've just gotten after people so bad.

House, he stepped up big. The guy's amazing. As big as he is, he can run. He's got great hands, great speed. He's definitely a weapon.

They said I was late. Everyone I talked to said I should appeal and I will.

Mike has a way of really getting people going ... just getting people fired up. I think that he truly believes that you practice like you play, so you have to go out and practice well.

And they're all just strong guys. That's one thing you noticed right away when we played them earlier this year. You have to get in there, face up and go strong or they are just going to get you out of the way.