Ranking the Redskins Safeties | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
Taking a look at where the Redskins safeties rank, and what to expect out of them.
Ranking the Redskins Cornerbacks | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
Where do the Redskins cornerbacks rank, and what can be expected of them in 2013.
Redskins unlikely to draft a QB | CSN Washington
Could they go with a QB who, unlike Cousins, is capable of running the read option offense that helped Griffin thrive? Perhaps, but it has to be the right guy. Plenty of college quarterbacks have mobility but few have the arm strength and accuracy of RG3 and it is the passing threat that makes the offense click. And those few could be in very high demand. But that is next year. For 2013, it would be very surprising if the Redskins tab a quarterback. But remember that the conventional wisdom, even when it is backed up by sound logic, does not always apply.
RGIII Confronted by TMZ Cameras in L.A. " CBS DC
"So, I was gonna ask you man, where you at? You at 80 percent? 50 percent? 120 percent with your knee?" "I don’t know what percentage I am," Griffin answered.
2013 NFL draft position preview: Safeties
D.J. Swearinger, whom analysts project as a second-to-third round pick. The leader of the Gamecocks’ defense and a three-year starter, Swearinger compiled 244 tackles, six interceptions, 22 pass breakups, four forced fumbles and two touchdowns in his college career. As a senior, Swearinger recorded 79 tackles, two interceptions (one returned for a touchdown) and nine pass deflections to go with two fourced fumbles (one of which he returned for a touchdown).
Need to Know: First steps toward 2013 season today - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The offseason workout program starts at Redskins Park today. The CBA limits the activities to conditioning and nothing really resembling football can take place until OTA’s start next month. In fact, for the most part, footballs can’t even be used.
Pain and pain management in NFL spawn a culture of prescription drug use and abuse - The Washington Post
Coping with injuries and pain in pro football has fostered a culture of painkiller use and abuse.
Riddell Responsible for $3.1 Million in Damages to Former High School Football Player - NYTimes.com
Riddell, the country’s largest helmet manufacturer, will pay $3.1 million to a 22-year old man who was injured in 2008 while playing high school football.