Undrafted corner worth the Chase for Redskins | WashingtonExaminer.com
"If the kid turns out to be healthy, he'll be a great steal for them," said Russ Lande, the Sporting News' draft analyst and a former NFL scout. "He's a legit starting corner in the NFL: great length, very good ability and natural ball skills. A tough kid. ... Hopefully a year from now he blossoms into the player he was before he hurt his knee. It's a great risk to take."
Trent Williams: Time to Put Up or Shut Up | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
Robert Griffin is the unanimous choice for the Redskins’ most important offensive player, but behind him you can make the case for a number of options. One who I think probably deserves the most consideration is LT Trent Williams.
Redskins QB Robert Griffin III and his family are ready for one of the NFL’s most intense fan bases - NFL.com
"It’s good," she continued. "I’m glad they’re excited about the fact that he’s here, and it’s only natural because they’re ready for something like that, they’re ready for a chance. It’s nothing to be mad about. Sometimes you’re like, ‘Oh, we’d like to eat dinner,’ but it’s good. It’s all for the best."
"It’s always nice when people are working out, and you know they’re going to work out," Shanahan said. "Obviously they will be working out and feeling comfortable with our system, and ready for our camp."
Fred Davis accused of throwing juice on a woman his body guard claims is a pimp - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Tight end is involved in a lawsuit that features restraining orders, accusations of escorts and juice throwing.
Robert Griffin III: 'Sucks' to watch Olympic track trials - NFL.com
Robert Griffin III made the easy decision to give up track and pursue a football career. But the former star sprinter still is envious watching his fellow Americans vie for an Olympic team spot.
Extreme makeover at WR continues
With the additions of Pierre Garçon and Josh Morgan, the Redskins are continuing to rebuild their wide receiver corps, a process that has been going on for two decades.
Bullet points: It's hot in Waco, too - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Teams will not necessarily have to sell all of their general admission seats in order to have the TV blackout lifted. A new policy allows teams to sell to as low as 85 percent of capacity and still be on local TV. Part of the reason has to be keeping their TV partners happy. I mean, if a Bucs game is blacked out in Tampa, who’s going to watch it?
My impression of Robert Griffin III continues to grow - Hard Hits - The Washington Post
LaVar Arrington thinks highly of Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III after meeting him for the first time.
80th Flashback: Lombardi Encouraged Bass
"Coach Lombardi had that kind of an effect on you," Bass said. "If he said you could do something, you could do it. That remained in my mind the whole two years I was with the Lions."
Three Years of Drop Rate: Wide Receivers | ProFootballFocus.com
We’re going to start off by looking at the wide receivers whose primary job is to catch the ball and make plays. So let’s see which wideouts have done the best (and worst) job in this regard over the 2009, 2010, and 2011 seasons.
Concussion lawsuits are next big US litigation - Washington Times
Smokers and pro football players have something in common: They engage in risky behavior that can be potentially harmful to their health over time.