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Redskins email report excerpt: Kerrigan looks to diversify | WashingtonExaminer.com
"I definitely expected bigger things from myself and the team. We wanted to continue to advance," Kerrigan said. "Coming into the season I wanted to be consistent week in and week out and I wasn’t that for most of the season. That’s frustrating. Hopefully I can use that as fuel."

Doug Williams Reflects on Super Bowl XXII Twenty-Five Years Later " CBS DC
"It was the epitome of execution. We stole 35 points, not just 35 points. We did it in eighteen plays. And when you sit back and think about scoring 35 points in football, in any sport – in basketball. Eighteen plays, you score 35 points? That’s almost unheard of. A nice touchdown drive is usually about ten or twelve plays."

Elfin: Skins Match ’96 Feat with Fletcher and Kerrigan Headed to Pro Bowl " CBS DC
"I’m honored to be joining such esteem company for this storied franchise," Fletcher said in an email. "There have been a lot of great players to wear the burgundy and gold, therefore I’m extremely humbled by this."

The Redskins Blog | Alexander Prepared For First Pro Bowl Trip

2013 Senior Bowl: North Practice Report Day 4 Led by TJ McDonald | FanSpeak's NFL Draft Blog
Thursday's North practice report live from Mobile, AL.

Redskins scouts lay groundwork for draft evaluations at Senior Bowl
"This is our first chance to interact with players in the evening, and it’s real quick," Campbell says. "But it’s just a chance to see the personalities, talk to them about their season, how it’s going here, and it’s also, really, the last time to see them in pads because from here on out, they’re not in pads any more. So it’s exciting to see actual real football – not the combine Olympics."

Fresno State safety Phillip Thomas on track to achieve NFL dream
As a 6-year-old in 1996, a California kid by the name of Phillip Thomas loved to play "Madden NFL" on his Super Nintendo, and every time, he would select the Washington Redskins. He’d make believe that he himself played for the team as he manned the controls. Now 17 years later, after a successful career as a safety at Fresno State, Thomas is three months away from achieving his dream of playing for the NFL. Thomas has no problem admitting that he’d love it if the Redskins used one of their draft picks to select him in April. "I hear they need safeties," said Thomas, who as a senior led the nation with eight interceptions. "So if they pick me up, then I think they’d be getting a good one."

Two veterans ready to enhance Pro Bowl quality - NFL Videos
NFL veterans Larry Fitzgerald and London Fletcher break down each of their seasons and discuss their duties to help make the Pro Bowl an experience for fans to enjoy.

Need to Know: RG3 in early stages of rehab - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Friday, January 25, 27 days before the NFL combine. RG3 starting to exercise It wasn’t much, but there was a sliver of news about the rehab of the right knee of Robert Griffin III. This tweet from Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports came across on Thursday: Cool thing & good news: Redskins are getting daily video updates of RG3's rehab via Internet. He's already doing movement exercises on knee — Jason...

Denard Robinson catches on as receiver at Senior Bowl - Washington Times
"He has a lot of confidence in his ability but at the same time he understands that he doesn’t know everything that he needs to know about playing the wide receiver position," Allen said. "But he’s very willing to learn. That’s the biggest thing, is guys understanding and being willing to put forth the effort to try to learn the position."

Grading the Redskins: Defensive ends | CSN Washington
While the run defense ranked fifth in the NFL, one of the Redskins' persistent problems for much of the season was the lack of a consistent pass rush. And while there are many reasons for the drop off – injuries and a struggling secondary rank high among them – the decline in production for the ends is noteworthy. In all, the five ends on the roster (including reserves Kedric Golston and Doug Worthington) produced a combined one sack, a year after the two starters (Bowen and Carriker) totaled 11.5.

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