LaRon Landry is looking quite large - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Oft-injured Redskins safety is currently about the size of a pickup truck. A big pickup truck.
How high is too high to draft a right tackle? - Washington Times
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett explains his thinking behind selecting a right tackle ninth-overall last year.
At QB, it's a matter of value
Most say it will cost this year’s first- and second-round picks and next year’s first, and perhaps more, to move up to draft Griffin. Instead of the Redskins making that move they could take Tannehill with their own pick, the sixth overall. So, it’s not a matter of Griffin vs. Tannehill. It’s Griffin v. Tannehill plus whoever the Redskins could get in the second round this year plus the player they could get in the first round next year.
Golston wonders if he'll be back - NFL - CBSSports.com News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy Advice
Only fullback Mike Sellers, tight end Chris Cooley and receiver Santana Moss have been Redskins longer than Kedric Golston, but the defensive end isn't sure that he'll be back for a seventh season in Washington.
Assessing dexterity of linemen is a priority for Redskins at NFL scouting combine - Washington Times
The night two Aprils ago when Mike Shanahan made Trent Williams the first player he ever drafted as the Washington Redskins' head coach and top decision maker, he clarified the leading requirements for an offensive lineman in his system.
Weeden the latest name in Redskins QB sweepstakes - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The latest entrant into the Redskins’ quarterback sweepstakes is Brandon Weeden of Oklahoma State. He has all of the tools to be a high first-round pick. The one drawback is his birth certificate. He was born on Oct. 14, 1983 so he will be 29 years old after about a month of his rookie season has passed.
Redskins expected to focus on offense in the draft - NFL - CBSSports.com News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy Advice
This year's draft focus figures to be on offense after a season in which only six teams scored fewer points than the injury-riddled Redskins. Washington could really use a franchise quarterback, a playmaking receiver and a tackle capable of starting on either side.
Redskins Alumni to Host Golf Weekend
A host of Redskins greats are expected to attend, including Bobby Mitchell, Charley Taylor, Art Monk, Larry Brown, Joe Theismann, Jeff Bostic, Charles Mann, Brian Mitchell, Mark Moseley, Pat Fischer, Mark Rypien, Brig Owens, Ron McDole and Ricky Ervins.
The Redskins Blog | Casserly: 40 Times Useful, But Overrated
To fans, the combine’s most alluring event is the 40-yard dash, but this can be a misleading measurement for team officials. Players train hard for the combine and many of them post 40 times that make them appear faster than they really are in typical game settings.
The Redskins Blog | Redskins Building Foundations For Future
This has been the offseason of giving back for players, as three prominent Redskins have started nonprofit organizations in order to give back to the communities they represent.
NFL.com Blogs " Blog Archive Rivera not buying comparisons between Newton, RG3 "
The comparison has been made far too often, just as it was at the NFL Scouting Combine on Thursday. That’s when a reporter asked Panthers coach Ron Rivera if he could draw a parallel between this year’s Heisman Trophy winner (Robert Griffin III) and last year’s winner (Cam Newton).
PTI on Peyton Manning to the Redskins - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Kornheiser says Manning would be great for Washington; Wilbon calls the Skins a ‘dysfunctional joke.’
There was no area on the field where the Redskins were more consistently crippled by injuries than along their offensive line.
NFC East workout warriors of the past 5 years – Blogging the bEast
I weeded out all the strongest and fastest NFC East players of the past 5 years:
Eagles Sign Trent Edwards, Or As Philly TV Station Puts It, "Eagles Pass On McNabb"
It's been two years. He's not coming back. Let it go. [MyFoxPhilly]
Ranking the 2012 Free Agents: Safeties | ProFootballFocus.com
It’s easy to forget about safeties in the NFL. They’re not on the TV screen as often as other players, and plenty of times when you do see them it’s because they’ve done something wrong. Similarly, it might be easy to forget about this free agent class of safeties.
Packers maneuvering franchise tag for Flynn?
The Packers came to terms on a new deal with their potential free agent tight end on Wednesday, opening up the possibility that Green Bay could slap the franchise tag on another player. The leading candidate, the promising yet unproven Matt Flynn.