Local radio station changes call letters to WRG3
Local radio station WPGC has capitalized on the RGIII mania, and announced that they would be changing their call letters to support the Redskins’ hobbled quarterback.
Only RGIII can make the Redskins change their name. Here’s why he won’t. - The Washington Post
He’s too corporate to oppose it.
Niles Paul's Progress Bodes Well For Next Season
Redskins TE Niles Paul's contributions to the team this season may not stand out on the stat sheet, but his development bodes well the team in 2013 and beyond.
Fletcher Will Take Time To Consider Future
"I’ll take the same process that I’ve taken the last four or five years," he explained. "I’ll take some time to let the emotions of the season kind of get away, refresh for a little bit and then sit down with my family and make the decision from there as far as whether I’ll continue to play or not."
The Redskins Blog | Manley Grills The Hogettes (Circa 2010)
Any video of Dexter is entertaining.
Roger Goodell satisfied with Redskins’ handling of Robert Griffin III injury
"People can argue whether it was the right decision or the wrong decision," Goodell said Saturday, speaking publicly about the injury for the first time, "but it was a medical decision and that’s what we want it to be."
NFLPA clears Redskins in RG3 injury probe | WashingtonExaminer.com
The NFLPA will not further investigate the Redskins’ handling of Robert Griffin III’s knee injury after an informal examination into the matter earlier this week.
Redskins email report excerpt: Rich Gannon on RG3 recovery | WashingtonExaminer.com
Rich Gannon understands being a mobile quarterback who needs to adjust after ACL reconstructive surgery. The CBS analyst and ex-Redskin went through the same thing in the early in his NFL career. So he understands what Robert Griffin III faces in his recovery from knee surgery — ACL reconstruction; LCL and medial meniscus repair.
Redskins Mailbag, Jan. 11: Ask John | WashingtonExaminer.com
The Washington Examiner’s John Keim takes questions from fans about last season and next season in this installment of Redskins Mailbag.
Bill Cowher says coaching in NFL not in future plans - ESPN
Bill Cowher insists he's staying in the studio and not returning to the sideline.
Brian Billick interviewed with Philadelphia Eagles for coaching job -- sources - ESPN
The Philadelphia Eagles interviewed Brian Billick for their head coaching vacancy, league sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Anthony Spencer of Dallas Cowboys willing to switch to defensive end - ESPN Dallas
Spencer could get franchised again, a move that would cost Dallas $10.6 million in 2013. But the Cowboys are currently over the salary cap by roughly $18 million, and several decisions would have to be made before either franchising Spencer again or working out a long-term deal.