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Need to Know: What's the Redskins' biggest need? - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, January 29, 106 days before the Redskins start OTA’s. Saints won’t get their second back When the Saints were hit with their penalties from the bounty scandal one of their penalties was the forfeiture of their second-round draft pick. However, when Commissioner Roger Goodell announced the penalties, which included some heavy fines, the following was included in the statement: If they embrace the opportunity and participate in a constructive way,...
Redskins’ Danny Smith to interview for Steelers’ special teams coaching job
The Redskins have granted permission for their special teams coordinator, Danny Smith, to interview for the same job with the Pittsburgh Steelers, a person familiar with the situation said Monday. The interview is scheduled to take place this week, the person said, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the Redskins had not officially commented on granting Smith permission to interview.
RG3 just got quite the honor... | CSN Washington
Robert Griffin III just received the equivalent of a Hollywood Star placed in his hometown of Copperas Cove, Texas. The Baylor University Heisman Trophy winner and former Copperas Cove High School Bulldawg standout now has a street named after him. Well, it's actually a Boulevard, but you get the idea.
Grading the Redskins: Outside linebackers | CSN Washington
Kerrigan struggled a bit early as Orakpo’s injury allowed offenses to focus more on blocking him. But Kerrigan adapted, finished strong and was tapped as a late replacement to his first Pro Bowl. Kerrigan finished his second season with a team-leading 8.5 sacks, 83 tackles and two interceptions, one of which he returned for a touchdown. The 24-year-old also recorded a team-high 51 quarterback hurries, according to ProFootballFocus.com.
Nightclub owner charged in assault of Trent Williams
The 38-year old Miske struck Williams in the head with a champagne bottle during an altercation, according to two people with knowledge of the situation. Friday night, the statement issued by Honolulu police said that more arrests were possible. But police have said Williams is a victim and not guilty of any wrongdoing.
Congress increases pressure on NFLPA over HGH blood-testing
"While NFLPA management may not believe that HGH is a problem in the NFL, the words of your athletes suggest otherwise," Issa and Cummings wrote in their letter to Smith, dated Monday. "…Although you have requested previously that we communicate directly with the NFLPA on these matters, we now ask that you and your staff not interfere with our efforts to communicate directly with the players or their personal counsel."