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Redskins email report: Eyeing the college OGs, OTs | WashingtonExaminer.com
Once again, back to my guy Russ Lande, an ex-scout and draft analyst for the National Football Post. Maybe the Redskins won’t make a choice until the 51st pick in the draft, but that means it’s even harder to know what direction they’ll go. They might prefer a safety, but a receiver or a tackle or a corner might be available. And if they’re higher on the board? Well, they might be a Redskin.

Washington Redskins 2013 NFL Draft Picks " CBS DC
The Redskins will have the same opportunity to talk to the likes of Luke Joeckel, Damontre Moore and Manti Te'o, but those players and 47 others will already be gone by the time Washington makes their first pick.

The Redskins Blog | Countdown to Combine: Talent Aplenty

NFL to monitor playing-field conditions more closely after FedEx Field criticized in playoffs
The NFL will take a more proactive approach to ensuring that teams’ playing fields are in acceptable condition in the aftermath of the January playoff game at FedEx Field in which the state of the playing surface was sharply criticized, a top league official said Thursday.

NFL’s competition committee discusses possible expansion of playoff field
Green Bay Packers President Mark Murphy, a member of the competition committee, said the committee’s deliberations on the issue were in "still just the early stages." Murphy said it also was not clear whether a proposal to expand the playoff field could generate sufficient support among the sport’s team owners to be enacted.

Alfred Morris on his ‘Godiva’ nickname

London Fletcher forced to play for Cowboys in ‘Financial Football’
"I don’t know, ‘cause I tried to pull rank," he said. "Since I’m the older guy here, Alfred should have been playing the Cowboys. It’s one of those things where you want to win, but the fact that I was representing the Cowboys, just, I can’t let that get past me. I was still pulling for the Redskins inside."

Top 5 Young Quarterbacks in NFL: Is RGIII No. 1? | 4th & Pain with Adam Carriker and Chuck Carroll

Drafting a right tackle and some possible targets for the Redskins - Washington Times
"The left tackle has got better feet and is a better pass protector, and there are fewer of those guys available, so they get pushed up higher," NFL Network analyst Mike Mayock said. "The right tackles, you can find a bunch of those kind-of big, strong, long-armed tough guys that might not be as good pass protectors, but there are more of them available in the draft. Basically, the difference, typically, are the feet. That’s just what separates it."

Need to Know: Redskins will finally get something for Albert - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Friday, February 22, 62 days before the NFL Draft. Draft order released The NFL released the full, official draft order for the first three rounds and the order of the regular picks for rounds four through seven. The number of the overall selection for each of the picks in the first three rounds is set. After the third round, however, the league inserts compensatory draft picks in between rounds. Since those...

Calm down, it's just a commercial - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Apparently the concerns hit Twitter to the extent that Griffin sent out two tweets to assure the masses that he would not "compromise" his career by playing too soon. That did little to allay the fears that Griffin is rushing back. Calm down. It’s a commercial, folks.

What Current Back-ups Can Become Starters Next Season? | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
The Redskins are a team with quite a few needs and not enough ways to fill them all. While much of the lack of resources can be attributed to trading away their

Random notes from around the NFCE: Osi leaving NY, some TE talk, and a few new podcasts – Blogging the bEast

2013 NFL combine -- NFL pushing for changes to offseason, sources say - ESPN
The NFL is proposing to overhaul its offseason calendar, pushing back the combine to early March, the start of free agency to early April and the draft to early May, according to league sources.

NFL’s competition committee discusses possible expansion of playoff field
Green Bay Packers President Mark Murphy, a member of the competition committee, said the committee’s deliberations on the issue were in "still just the early stages." Murphy said it also was not clear whether a proposal to expand the playoff field could generate sufficient support among the sport’s team owners to be enacted.

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