Redskins training camp: Questions facing the offensive line - The Insider - The Washington Post
The Redskins’ line got off to a solid start last season, but Lichtensteiger’s season-ending injury in Week 6 triggered struggles that lasted the remainder of the year as Will Montgomery briefly moved from center to left guard, only to move back to center after Erik Cook struggled at center. Tyler Polumbus and Mo Hurt also saw time at guard with mixed results.
Redskins training camp: Offseason wide receiver moves about to go on full display - The Washington Post
Even before they drafted the Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback, the Redskins set about to improve their receiving corps.
Camp preview: A big bubble on the O-line
Our training camp preview starts with the offensive line, where almost all of the backup jobs are up for grabs.
Making A Case for Aldrick Robinson | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
One of the more interesting position battles will be at the wide receiver position this training camp. It is expected that Mike Shanahan goes with fewer receivers than last year’s eight, and there is some stiff competition for the open jobs beyond the top four options (Garcon, Moss, Morgan, Hankerson). Here is why I think Robinson should be one of those who makes it:
Morning pixels: A pessimistic view of the Redskins - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Longtime local columnist and inveterate pessimist Rick Snider thinks the Redskins will be 6-10, give or take a win.
Michael Vick on RGIII comparisons - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
"I think it’s a great comparison," Vick said. " I think guys like RGIII idolized me as they grew up playing football. I think Cam and Robert Griffin III both were inspired by me and my play. And that’s me being a trend setter, game transcending, and guys wanting to emulate one another.
The Redskins Blog | Time Running Out For ’10 For 80′ Fan Vote
At the conclusion of fan voting, a blue ribbon panel — consisting of Shaw and Redskins Historian Mike Richman, as well as three members of the 70 Greatest, defensive end Charles Mann, quarterback Joe Theismann and kicker Mark Moseley — will add their votes. The combined votes will yield the 10 players who will join the exclusive group of former Redskins greats, named in 2002, to be honored as the 80 Greatest Redskins of All Time. The panel will announce the "10 For 80" winners at the annual Redskins Welcome Home Luncheon in August.
Redskins positional review: Defensive line | WashingtonExaminer.com
Projected starters: DE Adam Carriker, NT Barry Cofield, DE Stephen Bowen Key reserves: DE Jarvis Jenkins, DE Kedric Golston, NT Chris Neild, DE Darrion Scott
Redskins Rookie Passing Records To Watch
Griffin III will be asked to lead a much-improved Redskins offense, including talented receivers Pierre Garçon, Fred Davis, Leonard Hankerson, and Roy Helu Jr. out of the backfield.
Training Camp Preview: Linebackers
Last year, this unit combined for 519 tackles, 20 sacks and 14 turnovers. In Year 2 with Ryan Kerrigan and Perry Riley in the starting unit, those numbers should increase across the board.
Camp preview: Who will RG3's targets be?
Our training camp preview continues with a look at the offensive backs and receivers. Who will emerge as RG3's main target?
Rest easy Redskins fans. When was the last time the running back position was so deep with talent? …Trung Candidate anyone?
Griffin is the most anticipated rookie in Washington since, well, maybe ever. Sammy Baugh arrived with the same expectation of greatness, but the team and media were different then. The Redskins had just arrived in Washington from Boston in 1937, and football was nowhere close to being the preeminent sport in America. Television was in its infancy and there was no such thing as a 24-hour sports news-cycle.