2012 Pro Bowl: Redskins' London Fletcher a Player Anyone Can Cheer For | Washington Redskins
London Fletcher is a man who is truly appreciative of being at the 2012 Pro Bowl. It doesn’t matter he was an alternate, even though he led the league in tackles this past season. Here’s someone that would have cheered for his NFC brothers either way.
Raheem Morris wastes no time moving on to Redskins after firing from Buccaneers - The Washington Post
After being fired as head coach of the Buccaneers, Raheem Morris is ready for a fresh opportunity as the Redskins’ defensive backs coach.
Mike Shanahan pleased NFL draft evaluations during Senior Bowl week - The Insider - The Washington Post
Despite the loss Shanahan came away from the game and the Senior Bowl week as a whole with a sense of accomplishment.
Sticker shock: Look for big deals when free agency starts - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
NFL free agency will start six weeks from tomorrow. The word "overpaid" always gets thrown around and it is likely that the word will be trending madly on Twitter when March 13 rolls around. Fans of teams from coast to coast will be experiencing sticker shock on player contracts.
The Redskins Shouldn’t Stick Their Necks Out For Manning | Fatpickled
After nearly a month off, I can’t think of a better way to return to blogging than to lead with a cheesy pun in the title of a blog post about an over
Redskins' Campbell has earned merit badge in scouting - Washington Times
Scott Campbell sat alone on the metal bleacher in Section T, Row 29 of Ladd-Peebles Stadium last Wednesday overlooking the South team's Senior Bowl practice through a pair of dark sunglasses. Wavy brown hair peeked over the rim of the same burgundy visor that distinguishes him on the Redskins Park practice fields each summer during training camp.
Senior Bowl A 'Great Learning Experience'
"They taught little technique [adjustments], things I need to work like getting the exact depth on pass routes and getting off the line of scrimmage," Criner said. "I feel like I’ve improved a lot this week just by being more tuned in, from hitting the playbook hard, studying extra, staying after meetings to ask extra questions."
Free agent watch: WR Jackson likely to stay with Chargers
One of the more frequently asked questions I get on Twitter is about the possibility of Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson, slated to be a free agent in March, becoming a Redskin.
New Redskins wide receivers coach Ike Hilliard has a tough job on his hands and very limited coaching experience to call upon to get it done. Since finishing up his NFL playing career in 2008, he has worked as an unpaid receivers coach for the Florida Tuskers of the UFL and last year he was an assistant receivers coach for the Miami Dolphins. That is it. Hilliard’s predecessor in his new job, Keenan McCardell, came to the position only have...
Here's a look back at three memories from each of those Super Bowl triumphs, with the help of quotes from John Keim's book "Washington Redskins: Stadium Stories."
Roy Helu showed much promise in the pass game as a rookie. He was the fourth highest graded blocking RB (+3.7) and caught 88% of his targets in 2011
A few observations after the AFC ran away with the 2012 Pro Bowl, 59-41:
INDIANAPOLIS -- Lots going on as we draw nearer to The Rematch Bowl of Super Bowl 46. (That's right, I'm not a big Roman numeral guy.)
The internet is a haven for weirdness at the best of times, but once in a while, you come across something that makes you wonder just what people are thinking when they get up in the morning.