Podcast: Ball Hogs Radio 02-28-12 (Hogs Haven, Alan Stein) | Ball Hogs Radio
Kevin Ewoldt joins the show to discuss his four days in Indy and shares a Michael Irvin from the five minutes he shared with the ex-Cowboy.
Robert Griffin III has Redskins, fans heading for a relapse - The Washington Post
Washington’s infatuation with Robert Griffin III is the kind of quick-fix thinking that led to current troubles.
NFL.com news: Report: Redskins will fill void at receiver through free agency
The free-agent market is expected to be well-stocked with wide receivers when it opens next month, with a number of big-name players avaiable. That's good news for the Redskins.
NFL.com news: Redskins LB Fletcher not afraid to play for a different team
London Fletcher already has let go of his agent as he heads into the free-agent market, and Wednesday he intimated that's the only change he hopes to make this offseason.
02/29/11 – The Combine | Pro Interviews
By Adam Carriker
NFL Videos: Seeing red?
Will the Redskins trade up for the chance at Robert Griffin III? Redskins beat writer Mike Jones has the latest on what the buzz is in Washington.
Robert Griffin III: Should the Redskins go all in to get him? - The Washington Post
The Washington Redskins are one of several teams in desperate need of a franchise quarterback, but Robert Griffin III worth the king’s ransom it could take to get him?
The Redskins Blog | Celebrating Redskins Aerials On Leap Day
I thought we’d take a look back at the 2011 season and honor the top Redskins "leaping" plays of the year. The plays were voted on by yours truly, and preferential treatment was given to those with commemorative Youtube clips.
The Redskins Blog | Fletcher Embraces Opportunity To Mentor
As the clock ticks down to the start of free agency, Redskins linebacker London Fletcher sat down with Sirius XM NFL Radio hosts Alex Marvez and Bill Polian to discuss his plans for next season.
Redskins may pursue free agents Vincent Jackson, Pierre Garcon and Marques Colston in the hunt for an impact WR - The Insider - The Washington Post
Chargers’ Vincent Jackson, Colts’ Pierre Garcon and Saints’ Marques Colston are high on their list. But teams may use franchise tag to keep their standouts.
Will the Redskins be looking for a safety in the draft? - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The Redskins could well be shopping for a strong safety in free agency. LaRon Landry is an unrestricted free agent and his future is very much up in the air. DeJon Gomes and Reed Doughty filled in when Landry missed time last year and neither appears to be a long-ter solution. While at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, I asked Wes Bunting of the National Football Post if there could be some potential replacements for Landry in the draft.
Washington Redskins O-Line and RG3: Can This Work? : Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins Quarterback Rex Grossman has been sacked 34 times in two years. John Beck played four games and was sacked 16 times.
Teams handle player red flags differently - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
By Rich Tandler INDIANAPOLIS--North Alabama cornerback Janoris Jenkins had to talk about a lot that didn’t deal with football when he spoke to the media at the NFL Combine on Sunday. The 23-year-old prospect was asked a total of 27 questions and 13 of them dealt with the troubles he has had off the field. What troubles, you ask? "I failed one drug test at Florida," he said. "I got arrested three times, one for a bar fight and two...
SCHUDEL: What is RG3 really worth? - morningjournal.com
The three-day NFL draft doesn’t begin for another 65 days, yet already the Browns, Redskins and Dolphins have begun preliminary discussions with the Rams about acquiring the No. 2 overall choice to use it on dynamic Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III, according to sources.
Combine Is Another Piece to Draft Puzzle
Including the college football season, the Senior Bowl and college Pro Days, the combine is another piece of the puzzle as team officials continue to put together their draft board.
March 1, 1974: Redskins Sign Brash QB Theismann | Redskin Historian
On March 1, 1974, the Redskins signed a player who would become one of the franchise's greatest quarterbacks. Joe Theismann, who starred for three seasons in the Canadian Football League, agreed to a deal with the burgundy & gold. The brash QB voiced his desire to start right away, but he wasn't tapped as the undisputed starter until 1978.
No players tagged yet as deadline approaches
[Editor's note: The following list reflects salary cap numbers for the top 51 players currently under contract with each team. It does not include potential cap carryover from 2011.
Eye on Football - 2012 NFL Free Agency: Linebacker Rankings
Clarifying exactly why the Rams won't deal Sam Bradford lower in the column -- that seemed to be all the rage in your emails this week -- but first some news about a compelling twist in the story that just won't die:
With the work in Indianapolis complete, several prospects helped their causes at the scouting combine. Here's a closer look at some of the biggest winners.
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(NOTE: Guys like Robert Griffin, Morris Claiborne and Matt Kalil aren’t on this list because they were already expected to be top 5 talents, and only confirmed that with their Combines).