NFL.com news: Morris still feeling 'youngry,' even now as Redskins' DBs coach
From Buccaneers head coach to Redskins defensive backs coach, Raheem Morris is taking his new position in stride. What else do you expect from a guy who once used the phrase "youngry?"
Mike Shanahan believes Bob Slowik will give linebackers a boost - The Insider - The Washington Post
Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan expects Bob Slowik to make a smooth transition from defensive backs coach to linebackers coach and believes the 18-year veteran can help bolster Washington’s deepest position.
Redskins In Search Of Playmakers
Last season, the Redskins were tied for 20th in the NFL with just seven plays of 40 yards or more.
A baker's dozen in Redskins' million-dollar club - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The Redskins are known as a team that pays its player well, perhaps lavishly. But they have trimmed back on their former free-spending ways. As of now, they have 13 players on their roster whose 2012 contracts call for salaries of $1 million or more.
Buzz among NFL execs is Redskins trading up
It appears that some buzz is starting to develop that the Redskins are going to make a move for Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III.
Rookie review: Robinson an X-factor at WR in 2012?
During the course of the year, 11 of the Redskins’ 12 draft picks from 2011 were on the active roster. Here we take a look at each of them, how much they played, what they accomplished and what their future prospects are.
Thom Loverro: Redskins know how to take down the champ | Thom Loverro | NFL | Washington Examiner
If the fact that the Redskins defeated eventual Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers last season left some Redskins fans with a laughable sliver of satisfaction, then this year's Super Bowl should have Redskins fans howling with hollow accomplishment.
Will change to Nike revolutionize Redskins jerseys? - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
By Rich Tandler If you’re looking at plunking down over a hundred bucks for an authentic Redskins jersey you might want to wait a few months. That always is solid advice for Redskins fans given the roster churn the team seems to experience at a very high rate. In fact, when someone asks me for a recommendation I suggest a throwback Jurgensen or Green.
Washington Redskins 2012 Schedule of Opponents: A Stress Test? | Washington Redskins
So, looking at the schedule, in comparison to the Redskins team we have right now, can the Washington Redskins get something going in the right direction?
Allen: 'Special Insight' For Redskins' Coaches
"It’s a great opportunity for us, and all of the teams, to get to see the best seniors in the country, in pads, and not in a combine type of atmosphere," Allen said.
Chris Samuels joining Alabama as offensive line assistant - The Insider - The Washington Post
Former Washington Redskins tackle Chris Samuels has accepted an assistant coaching position with his alma mater, the University of Alabama, where he will work with the offensive line while completing his degree.
The Redskins Blog | Chatting With Bruce, First View Of Raheem
Even though news continues to pour in from the Senior Bowl, video travels back a little bit slower. Yesterday was the first public opportunity for Raheem Morris to strap on the Burgundy and Gold whistle, after being officially announced as the new defensive backs coach.
What players are the NFC East teams talking to at the Senior Bowl? – Blogging the bEast
What players are the NFC East teams talking to at the Senior Bowl?
The North team put on full pads for a 90-minute Senior Bowl in Alabama. A report of the practice.
A look at what prospects on the South Roster are looking good.
In 2011, the Redskins joined most coaching staffs in Mobile, Ala. to scout the nation’s best four-year collegiate stars. From there, they used six-of-12 draft picks on Senior Bowl participants, including the first three in a row. This was more than any other team in the NFL.
There were many reasons to be excited about watching today’s NFL Network coverage of the Shanahan-led Senior Bowl South Team’s practice.
A panel of 20 Pro Football Hall of Famers say these current NFL players have a temperament that would translate to any NFL era, writes Greg Garber.
The comparisons to Super Bowl XLII are inevitable as the same two teams get ready for another game in 12 days.