Carlos Rogers downplays Redskins’ bounty system under Gregg Williams - The Insider - The Washington Post
Former Redskins and current 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers says Washington did not run a bounty system during their time together in Washington from 2005-2007.
Skins' draft could focus on offensive line - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Part of the fallout from the Philadelphia Eagles' signing of tackle Demetress (nee Demetrius) Bell is that the Washington Redskins, who'd wanted to si
DeAngelo Hall bet $100k he could beat an Olympian - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
The Redskins cornerback bet cash against a gold medal on a 100 m race.
Shanahan has good record finding late-round gems - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Of the Redskins’ seven picks in the upcoming draft, five are from the fourth round on. With the team operating under a reduced salary cap number and with its next two first-round picks having been dealt away, it will be important to find players in those late rounds who can become starters and effective role players.
Robert Griffin III is a bowler - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Just another skill that makes RGIII a fit for the Redskins
Redskins work out WVU CB Keith Tandy - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Last week, via the Pro Football Talk visits tracker, we reported on the three draft prospects who are known to have visited or worked out with the Redskins. Today, we know of a fourth. Per PFT, they worked out West Virginia cornerback Keith Tandy on an unknown date. Tandy is 5-10 and 199 and, per Wes Bunting of the National Football post, a good athlete who needs some polish. He appears to be a late-round prospect.
The Gregg Williams audio that is going viral right now was recorded by a filmmaker named Sean Pamphilon. He was working on a project about Steve Gleason, a former Saint who is suffering from ALS. Pamphilon spent a lot of time around the team in the course of making the Gleason film. And he told Mike Silver of Yahoo! Sports something that may explain why he never was offered the Redskins head coaching job after Joe Gibbs left. "During my...
The NFL Business Management and Entrepreneurial Program has produced another class of graduates, including Redskins Lorenzo Alexander, Josh Wilson, and 2011 receiver David Anderson. After receiving their certificates of graduation this afternoon, each tweeted this foggy picture (above
Nearly one month into the NFL free agency period the Washington Redskins have not yet been able to re-sign London Fletcher.
It looks like Kyle Shanahan is going to be spending a lot of time in the next few weeks hanging out in a college town in Texas. And, no, the former Longhorn wide receiver not going back to school.
After a couple of weeks of apparent inactivity, the Redskins free agent market could be heating up again. According to ESPN 980, unrestricted free agent safety Madieu Williams will be visiting the Redskins today. Williams, 30, was drafted by the Bengals out of Maryland in the second round in 2004.
Laying the smack down with BIG, CLEAN hits should be every defender's dream. Unfortunately not every player in the NFL adheres to the rules. Football Nation writer, Eddie Asaley, ranks the NFL's dirtiest players.
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League doesn't want Wonderlic scores circulating
Fines, suspensions and concussion awareness are fighting an uphill battle against hypocrisy and fan apathy.
In the hours since documentary filmmaker Sean Pamphilon released audio of former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams urging his players to injure players on the 49ers, one question has been asked over and over: What on earth was Williams thinking making those statements while a documentary f...