Aldrick Robinson isn’t satisfied despite making Redskins’ 53-man roster
"I can’t just stop here. I’ve got to make plays for this team," Robinson said.
Holden & Danny: Josh Wilson Addresses Tanard Jackson Suspension, Praises Defensive Line " CBS DC
"It would have been nice to have T-Jack back there, but fortunately with that situation we still have guys back there that can step up and make plays behind us," said Wilson.
Chris Cooley asks fans to cancel the pity party - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Pointing out that he isn’t dying or dead, former Redskins tight end Cooley says everything is okay.
Washington Redskins 2013 Salary Cap Projection | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
Now that the 2012 roster was set and with the release of Chris Cooley I wanted to look at where the Redskins stood against the salary cap in 2013. I will take into account every salary of a player under contract for 2013 (on the current 53 man roster), any dead cap money owed, the cap penalty, and the projected cap credits for next year.
HomerMcFanboy " sadly, josh leribeus is no chris farley
Once upon a time, a comedic genius named Chris Farley teamed with a dreamboat named Patrick Swayze to give the world a wonderful skit about two hopeful Chippendales dancers going through the audition process.
Junkies: Brandon Banks Was Never Told He Made The Team " CBS DC
Brandon Banks joined the Junkies today as the guys congratulated him on making the 53-man roster and asked him about cut-down day.
RGIII, Orakpo Are Super Valuable | Mr. Irrelevant, a D.C. Sports Blog by the Brothers Mottram
Our old friend Bill Barnwell (he wrote a thing for us once!) debuted Grantland’s first-ever NFL Trade Value Rankings column, and two Redskins made the top 50. I suppose that’s kind of average, and the Skins certainly paid the price for RGIII, but as a Redskins fan I’m not used to having what others want.
Redskins Banks says he’s a new receiver | WashingtonExaminer.com
His idea of playing receiver before was all about speed. All that mentality did is get Brandon Banks nowhere in a hurry. Instead, Banks (finally) learned there was more to playing receiver in the NFL than speed.
Redskins RB Alfred Morris: Parents’ example is key to his success
Once considered a long shot to make the Redskins’ 53-man roster, sixth-round pick Alfred Morris made himself one of the stories of the preseason and now has a chance to start at running back when Washington opens the season Sept. 9 at New Orleans.
The NFC East: Surprises, disappointments and where the Redskins fit in
So at the risk of ticking off Mista Moe (sorry, the Cowboys and Giants can’t both lose tonight) and choosing another Opening Kick topic that bothers beep-beep, I figured the NFl season kicking off with a couple NFC East brethren made it a good time to look at the division as a whole.
Wilson: 'I'm Back Now, And Even Hungrier'
Wilson played for the Redskins from 2007-2010 before being released coming out of last year’s player lockout. Rather than accepting the end of the playing career, Wilson re-asserted himself and battled for a second chance.
Josh Morgan: RG3 is three superstars rolled into one - NFL.com
The regular season nearly is upon us, but there's still time to board the Robert Griffin III hype train. Josh Morgan believes RG3 is Michael Vick, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady all rolled into one.
Need to Know: Some reasonable expectations from NFL.com - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, four days before the Redskins fact the Saints in their season opener. Some reasonable expectations from NFL.com The Redskins are getting hammered as analysts put together their preseason predictions. It’s not unusual to see this publication or that website pick the Redskins to finish the year with three or four wins. And until the Redskins actually get their heads above water such predictions are to be expected. On the other...
Five games that will determine the Redskins' season
If the Redskins are going to make a statement that they are better this year, here are their five most important games.
20 questions in 20 days: #5 Will running back by committee work?
20 questions in 20 days: #5 The Redskins are going into the season without a workhorse running back. Will the committee approach work?
Redskins receiver Garcon touched by plight of needy in Haiti - Washington Times
When a massive earthquake struck Haiti in January 2010, Pierre Garcon didn't just watch CNN. He slept with it on. He had never lived in Haiti, but his parents are Haitian immigrants. He still had family there. The small Caribbean nation always was, in a way, his home. And he wanted to help.
Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, Coach Mike Shanahan push in all their chips with Robert Griffin III - The Washington Post
OPINION | Their fates will be determined by the success of their gamble to acquire the talented rookie quarterback