Interview with Doc Walker: Part 1 | Hog Blogs
The University of Maryland hosted a sports injury symposium at Knight Hall Wednesday night titled Sports Injuries: the Risks of Playing the Game from Kids to
Interview with Doc Walker: Part 2 | Hog Blogs
In Part 2 of our interview, we continue where we left off. Doc gives his thoughts on if the Redskins have a chance of recouping some of the lost cap money and
Interview with Doc Walker: Part 3 | Hog Blogs
In our third and final installment of our Doc Walker interview, he explains whether Chris Cooley will return to the burgundy and gold, gives extremely high
Redskins Holding Out Until ‘Last Minute’ to Sign Free Agents " CBS DC
"Next week is Free Agency and the guy still can’t run full speed, can’t do any workouts or anything like that to show off for teams," Mike Jones told 106.7 The Fan’s Lavar and Dukes Tuesday. "I think that’s why for [the Redskins], they feel like ‘Ok, we’re in a good situation here. We know what we’ve got.’ And everyone else is probably sitting back unsure if they want to take a risk on a guy like this."
The Redskins Blog | Williams Trains With College Teammate
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and Redskins’ left tackle Trent Williams. One turned in one of the finest single-season rushing performances in NFL history. The other blocked for the best Redskins’ rushing performance in 80 years. Now both players are working together to get better.
Offseason questions: Should the Redskins re-sign Tyler Polumbus?
Tyler Polumbus started 16 out of 17 games in 2012 after taking over in training camp for Jammal Brown, whose problematic hip prevented him from playing. But now Polumbus is set to become a free agent and the Redskins must decide whether to re-sign him or let him walk. Or, they could decide to re-sign him as a backup and pursue another player to start at right tackle.
Shanahan: 'You'd Love To Have Davis Back'
"You'd love to see Fred back," Mike Shanahan recently told Redskins.comTV. "Any time you have an Achilles [injury] it’s going to set you back. You’ve got to work extremely hard in the offseason, because if you can come back at 80 percent, that’s still pretty good. "You’re shooting for 90 percent, but very seldom do you come back at 100 percent."
HARRIS: RG3, Redskins can’t afford to rush QB’s recovery - Washington Times
I finally saw that ad so many people are talking about, the one where things blow up and RG3 works hard and talks about being all in for Game 1. As I watched it, I couldn't help but think, "Please, please, please don't let them mess this one up."
Will some high-profile Redskins be asked to take a pay cut? | CSN Washington
That term is often applied to two very different concepts. One is when a team actually reduces the amount of money it is going to pay a player. Of course, this can’t be done unilaterally; it needs to be negotiated between the team and the player involved. In most cases, the team will tell the player that if he doesn’t play for their salary, the player will be cut.
Three Potential Free Agent Targets for Redskins | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
Free agent targets for Redskins to explore next week.
Redskins must consider future productivity, dead money in deciding veterans' fates, Bill Polian says - Washington Times
The period we’re in right now is one where every club is faced with the question: How much do I play a player based upon, A, his productivity; B, his availability; C, his longevity; and, D, his contribution to the overall cap situation. So whenever you have red flags like injury, like potential suspension or character issues, like age, like size – and age, injury and, to a lesser degree size, enter into the dead money issue – you have very, very tough decisions to make.
Adam Carriker Injury Update: Rehab Is Going Well | 4th & Pain
Adam Carriker details the most difficult part of rehabbing his torn quad tendon -- the range of motion of his knee, and how using a CPM machine at night helps progress his timeline.
But seriously, what'll Dallas do at safety? - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The idea that the Cowboys' starting safeties right now are Barry Church and Matt Johnson ... well, it's not an idea befitting a team that wants to make it to the playoffs, let's just leave it at that. Church showed promise early last year but is coming off an Achilles' injury. Johnson was a seventh-round pick they took in the fourth, and he didn't play a single snap as a rookie.
Linebacker Shawne Merriman is calling it "Lights Out" on his career.
How Roger Goodell made the NFL bigger, richer and more powerful -- and now more divided -- than ever before.
It’s the offseason, which means the action has moved from the field to the front offices of the NFL. Readers of this site would probably agree that the draft is the most effective way to build and improve your team. It’s young, cheap labor that can grow into star-level players at replacement-level prices.