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The Redskins traded a king's ransom for the No. 2 overall pick in the 2012 draft and made some big free-agent signings. Find out if the experts think Washington's moves were enough to win the NFC East.
Washington Redskins Sign Safety Brandon Meriweather " CBS DC
The Washington Redskins have agreed to terms with free agent safety Brandon Meriweather a team source confirmed to 106.7 The Fan's Grant Paulsen.
Cowboys unlikely to challenge cap hit; Redskins would have to fight decision alone - The Insider - The Washington Post
Redskins would have to fight NFL ruling that takes away $36 million in salary cap space by themselves.
Mike Holmgren is still very unhappy about the RGIII trade | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Shutdown Corner: Yahoo! Sports
Washington Redskins: Josh Morgan Fired Up After Talk With Mike Shanahan, Ready For RG3 " CBS DC
The Washington Redskins came out swinging at the start of free agency on Tuesday, landing wide receivers Pierre Garcon and Josh Morgan in short fashion.
Brandon Lloyd says he was disrespectful to Joe Gibbs - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Former malcontented Redskins receiver says if he had to do it again, ‘I’d probably do the same thing.’
The Redskins Blog | Meriweather ‘Soon To Be Showcased Live’
As I learned this afternoon at Redskins Park, new safety Brandon Meriweather is not a man of many words. In fact, he would rather that his actions speak for themselves, as he shared in his first interview as a member of the Washington Redskins.
Dan Snyder, Redskins learn that in NFL, punishment doesn’t fit crime - The Washington Post
OPINION | So the Redskins broke no rules, yet got treated harshly for apparently ruffling feathers.
Florio: Redskins Probably Won’t Sue NFL " CBS DC
ProFootballTalk.com's Mike Florio joined The Sports Junkies on Thursday and discussed the Washington Redskins' salary cap hit from NFL and possible legal action.
Moss might no longer be with Redskins - NFL - CBSSports.com News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy
Santana Moss will be 33 in June. Jabar Gaffney, who replaced 2005-10 No. 1 receiver Moss as the top target last year, is 31 and isn't a downfield threat either. Leonard Hankerson, a third-rounder in 2011, flashed briefly before suffering a season-ending hip injury and Anthony Armstrong, a huge surprise with a 19.8-yard average in 2010, disappeared last year.
Redskins hope the 'Meriweather' is Perfect
Who can top 84 degrees in Fredericksburg, Virginia at 5 PM on Thursday March 15th? Or how about 81 degrees at Redskins Park in Ashburn at the same t...
Report: Landry to visit Patriots - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
For the first time during the free agency period that started on Tuesday we have a report of a Redskins free agent making a visit to another team. Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald is reporting that LaRon Landry will take a trip to see Bill Belichick and company in New England this weekend. Landry has been a starter for the Redskins since they drafted him in the first round out of LSU in 2007. But injuries have hampered him...
Redskins’ Cap Adjustment Complicated Negotiations With Pierre Garcon - Redskins Journal
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No NFL team likes to give up three first-round picks for a player. High draft picks are the cement blocks with which championship clubs are built. But sacrificing that many No. 1s (along with a No. 2) for this year's second selection — and the chance to get Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback Robert Griffin III — doesn't necessarily have to damage the Washington Redskins' long-term prospects.
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The Giants announced Thursday that they have signed safety Chris Horton, formerly of the division-rival Redskins. Horton, 27, signed a one-year deal. He was out of football last season after Washington waived him at final cuts.
QB healed after year off for back surgery
In a letter sent to the NFL Players Association on Wednesday, the NFL said it would neither facilitate the union's investigation into the bounty scandal involving the New Orleans Saints, nor delay discipline against players, coaches and management allegedly involved in the pay-for-performance program that took place the past three seasons.