Need to Know: Redskins' cap tight but manageable - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Cap situation still tight The Redskins have signed all of their draft choices with record speed, thanks both to the new CBA, which sets very tight permissible parameters for rookie deals, and the fact that they didn’t have a first-round pick. They have now added all of the players they have to add to the payroll so let’s take a look...
A look at five players from last year's defense who could be on the bubble this season.
Members of Congress urge Snyder to change Redskins name
Ten members of Congress recently sent Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder a letter, urging him to change the name of the team, according to a news release issued Tuesday by the office of Eni F.H. Faleomavaega, congressman for the American Samoa. Joining Faleomavaega in the effort were fellow representatives and co-chairs of the Congressional Native American Caucus: Tom Cole (Oklahoma) and Betty McCollum (Minnesota) as well as Raul M. Grijalva (Arizona), Gwen Moore (Wisconsin), Michael M. Honda (California), Donna M. Christensen (Virginia Islands), Zoe Lofgren and Barbara Lee (both of California) and Eleanor Holmes Norton of the District.
Tapp: 'I Want To Win. I'm Tired Of Losing'
"I want to win. I’m so tired of losing," he said emphatically. "To win, and to do that on my favorite team—I couldn’t ask for anything more."
Redskins Position Battles: Runningbacks
This will be the first of many posts about upcoming Redskins position battles heading into training camp this year.
What Redskins QB Robert Griffin III is actually doing at practice - ESPN
"The mental rep, alright, so basically you know the play, you know what defense you’re going against, you need where you are supposed to be looking, what all of your eligibles are and everything," Griffin said. "It’s basically paying attention. That’s what a mental rep is."
Redskins All-Decade Team 2001-2010: Offense | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
A look at the Redskins top players on offense from 2001-2010.
Marijuana Plants Found on Farm Belonging to Family of Redskins Player | Football News Now
A rogue criminal organization replaced a corn crop with marijuana on a farm belonging to Washington Redskins defensive lineman Adam Carriker's family.