Need to Know: Redskins coaches have learned to deal with uncertainty | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Friday, December 27, two days before the Washington Redskins visit the New York Giants. Nickel coverage Five quotes and notes from yesterday’s head coach and coordinator news conferences: 1.
A look at who to expect is back next season for the Redskins among their current players on the active roster or reserve lists.
London Fletcher leaves door open to ‘maybe’ playing again for ‘right opportunity’
Fletcher also said the slight chance that he will play again could include playing less than a full season for a team that presents him with "the right opportunity."
Drama ‘makes it more difficult’ to win, London Fletcher says
"I think what happens is, in the National Football League it’s tough enough to win on Sundays when you’re just competing against the opponent," Fletcher said Thursday at Redskins Park. "But then when you add other dynamics to the situation, that makes it more difficult. Any time you have distractions, some people can block it out. Some people can’t. So it’s not a good thing when you’re dealing with stuff that you have to deal with beyond just the opponent."
Preview: Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants - NFL Videos
NFL Films previews the Week 17 matchup between the Washington Redskins and the New York Giants.
Friday Conversation: London Fletcher - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher, who will play his last NFL game Sunday (he thinks) had a couple of extra minutes to talk about the Hal
Kyle Shanahan: Systems are overrated - NFC East Blog - ESPN
"Robert’s a smart guy," Shanahan said. "Robert’s going to be able to learn any system that someone gives him. Systems are a little bit overrated. This isn’t physics or anything. It’s football, and it can be tough if you don’t work at it, but Robert works at it. He’ll give it his full effort and if you do that you’re going to pick stuff up. "So I don’t think it matters from that standpoint. It’s just about improving yourself from technique standpoints, seeing the game, reps, and just getting more comfortable with whatever it is that’s asked of him."
5 questions: On Kirk Cousins, Brian Orakpo and some final appearances - Washington Times
Kirk Cousins will have one last chance to increase his value as quarterback Robert Griffin III sits again.