If Healthy, Lichtensteiger Expected To Start
Behind a solid offensive line, the Redskins got off to a fast start, due in part to Lichtensteiger's presence at left guard. With his the season-ending injury against the Eagles, the Redskins shuffled four players through left guard position, winning only two more games.
Should the Redskins draft WR Josh Gordon In the NFL Supplemental Draft | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
Gordon is expected to generate interest in the 3rd to 4th round range, and it is easy to see why. He is expected to measure in at over 6’3″ and 225 lbs, with his speed rumored to be about 4.4. In 2010 (as a true Sophomore) he finished with 42 receptions, 714 yards, 7 TD’s and a 17.0 ypc average. Despite being on a team that featured Kendall Wright and Terrance Williams (a potential top 50 pick next April), Gordon more than held his own.
Pierre Garcon and RGIII compare ‘ugly cleats’ at passing camp - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Garcon pointed out his cleats and wondered whose were uglier — his or RGIII’s. If the resulting comments are any indication, some Colts fans don’t care much for Garcon or his cleats.
Who has the Better Pass Rush the Dallas Cowboys or Washington Redskins? | Cowboys Vs. Redskins
The Redskins sacked opposing quarterbacks 41 times last season while the Cowboys sacked the quarterback 42 times.
Alfred Morris racking up the sleeper street cred
The NFL insider took note of the sixth-rounders performance during spring practices.
5 Impact Rookies For The 2012 NFL Season | Football Nation
Now that the draft is over, the rookies have lost their new car smell and we are starting to look at the upcoming season, the talent and potential impact of rookies must begin to be considered in a more immediate sense FN's Shawn Maher lists 5 rookies who will make a big splash in their first season.
The 53: OL starters look set, battles for reserve spots
The Redskins appear to be all set with their five offensive line starters but there will be competition for jobs down the depth chart.
NFC East's 'dynamic duos' - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Currently: Linebackers Brian Orakpo and Ryan Kerrigan. The key part of the Redskins' 3-4 defense is the ability of the outside linebackers to generate pressure on the quarterback. And Orakpo and Kerrigan are two of the best young outside pass rushers in the game. Expect the sack numbers to improve in 2012, Kerrigan's second year in the league.
Safety: Madieu Williams versus Tanard Jackson. This one could have been wide receiver, where there's a jumble at the spot opposite Pierre Garcon. But the Redskins' safety situation is its own jumble, and it's one about which more fans probably should be worried.