Daily Slop: LaVar Arrington to Announce Skins 2nd Round Draft Pick; Can the Redskins Expect a Safety Drafted 51st to Start Immediately?

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Fresno State SS Phillip Thomas Already ‘Crazy’ Familair With Redskins Scheme " CBS DC
Fresno State safety Phillip Thomas says 'it's crazy' how similar the Washington Redskins scheme is to the one he ran in college. It's 'exactly the same' in his eyes.

RG3 confirms progress, avoids assigning blame | CSN Washington

Roster Construction Offense | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
The Redskins 90 man offseason roster will really take shape with next weeks draft and undrafted free agent signings. Currently they have 73 guys signed, though if they want to make extra room for draft picks/UDFA's there are plenty of guys they could easily cut. While we will get into predictions about who will be on the final roster, today I wanted to take a look at how many players at each position the Redskins should look to keep as a target, with some of the reasons why.

Will the Redskins draft a tight end? | CSN Washington
The starter will be Fred Davis. At the age of 27 he should be entering his prime NFL seasons. He could gain 1000 yards receiving year in and year out for the next several seasons for the Redskins and make a Pro Bowl or two. But that future is hardly set in stone. Davis must recover from a torn Achilles tendon he suffered last October. The reports have been so far, so good but we won’t really know how things are progressing until he gets out on the field with pads on.

Redskins Recap Podcast | Fanspeak.com

Breaking down some schedule and NFL Draft predictions for the Washington Redskins.

CSN's draft board: running back | CSN Washington

2013 NFL draft position preview: Running backs
There is speculation that the Rams potentially could take Lacy with one of their two opening-round selections in the NFL draft next Thursday night. If that happens, it would be a significant pick for a few reasons. It would keep intact a five-decade-old streak of at least one running back being chosen annually in the draft’s opening round. And it could potentially make Lacy part of the Rams’ draft haul resulting from last year’s trade with the Washington Redskins that enabled quarterback Robert Griffin III to land in D.C.

Fantasy Rankings: Top 5 2nd Year QB's and RB's | Fanspeak.com

Taking a look at the top five quarterbacks and runningbacks heading into their 2nd year from a fantasy perspective.

Does Attacking the QB Really Stop the Read Option?
Lets go back to the NFC Championship game where the Atlanta Falcons had a plan to attack the Colin Kaepernick on every read option play. Atlanta's plan was to have the unblocked DE ignore the RB and attack the QB... Let's see how effective that plan was for the Falcons.

LaVar Arrington to announce Redskins’ second-round draft pick

Can the Redskins expect a safety drafted 51st to start immediately?

Washington Redskins 2013: The Beginning of the Beginning and Thanks to John Mara | SportsJourney:
The Washington Redskins held the first day of voluntary strength and conditioning out at Redskins Park this past Monday, officially launching the beginning of

Washington Redskins: Best and worst draft picks - NFL.com
The Washington Redskins have a storied history of stellar draft picks, as well as a plethora of picks they wish they had back. Elliot Harrison gives the five best and worst all-time Redskins draft picks.

Does Attacking the QB Really Stop the Read Option?
Lets go back to the NFC Championship game where the Atlanta Falcons had a plan to attack the Colin Kaepernick on every read option play. Atlanta's plan was to have the unblocked DE ignore the RB and attack the QB... Let's see how effective that plan was for the Falcons.

Need to Know: Prime time possibilities - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
When the NFL schedule came out a year ago, the Redskins got a schedule befitting a team that finished with a double-digit loss total for the third straight season. They had just one prime time game, a Monday night when they hosted the Giants, and one nationally televised game on Thanksgiving in Dallas. It would thought that this rookie QB, Robert Griffin III, could be pretty good one day but it would take a year or two for him to be a major TV draw.

2013-2014 Washington Redskins Cheerleaders Announced

Notes around the NFC East: JPP out of shape, the Skins and safeties, Chip’s violations, and some Cowboys draft nuggets – Blogging the bEast

Draft Needs: NFC East | ProFootballFocus.com
As well as London Fletcher has played over the years, it seems like he’s on his last legs. The cupboard isn’t as bare as at right tackle, however, as the Redskins do at least have 2012 fourth-round pick Keenan Robinson behind him. Washington knew they needed some help at right tackle this offseason and so, with what little money they had, they added both Jeremy Trueblood and Tony Pashos. Incumbent Tyler Polumbus had a -24.0 grade in the regular season in 2012, leaving him the fourth-worst offensive tackle in the league. He was equally as bad in pass protection as he was in the run game and was only saved further embarrassment by conceding just a single penalty.

Kiper's 'Grade A' draft: NFC East - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Our man Mel Kiper, Jr. has posted his annual Grade A draft preview, which he says is not a mock draft but rather a simulation of the way the first t

Grading the NFL Draft -- 3 years later: Some big hits ... and misses - NFL - CBSSports.com News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy
Every NFL Draft takes three years to truly evaluate. Pete Prisco looks back at his 2010 Grades (he'd like to have that Jimmy Clausen prediction back).

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