The Redskins Blog | Josh Morgan: ‘Redskins Are In My Blood’
The Washington, D.C. native said that he couldn’t believe the Redskins were calling him. His hometown team. His family’s team. And now the team on the front of his jersey.
Restructure candidates are few - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
With the Redskins' cap space getting tight, one good way to create more if by restructuring existing contracts. A simple restructure usually involves take a player's salary for the coming season and paying it to him up front.
The Redskins are reportedly interested in free agent left guard Ben Grubbs.
With two wide receivers signed and one more perhaps on the way, the Redskins turned their attention Wednesday to the defensive secondary and offensive line.
Interview with Skins DE Adam Carriker (The Sports Junkies)
Redskins headed in the right direction on receivers, but not there yet, analysts say - The Insider - The Washington Post
But analysts are not sure they have acquired a No. 1 receiver in Garcon and Morgan
RG3 Talks About the Recent Redskins Trade
In an interview yesterday with ESPN 1660 in Texas, RG3 talks about his upcoming pro-day, if he thinks he’ll be picked by the Redskins, if we gave up to much for the trade and more.
Washington Redskins, Aaron Ross Plan To Get Together On Friday " CBS DC
The Washington Redskins have lined up a visit with cornerback Aaron Ross.
Robert Griffin III’s grandmother lives in Richmond - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Juley Marie Allen ‘couldn't be more proud of her superstar grandson,’ according to television report.
New St. Louis Rams general manager Les Snead called it a nice coincidence that the team dealt the second pick of the draft before the beginning of free agency.
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Creativity helps ‘Skins manage cap charge with Morgan deal | ProFootballTalk
Redskins officials reportedly are "furious" (as they should be) about the removal of $36 million in salary cap space. And so it can be said that they've chosen both to get mad -- and to get even.
Garcon says Redskins "beat everyone to the punch" - The Insider - The Washington Post
The team’s free agent wide receiver says Washington got him because they "beat everyone to the punch"
Garcon hopes to be key cog in Redskins' return to winning ways - Washington Times
The chance to play with Robert Griffin III wasn't what attracted Pierre Garcon to the Washington Redskins during the first hour of free agency Tuesday.
The Redskins’ re-signing of Adam Carriker was sort of buried under the wide receiver signings but the move deserves some discussion on its own.
Despite an $18 million salary cap penalty being slapped on the Redskins this year, the first 24 hours of free agency seems to be business as usual for the team.
Megabucks! Calvin Johnson becomes the NFL’s highest-paid receiver | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Shutdown Corner: Yahoo! Sports