Redskins 10th in NFL.com's way too early power ranking - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The Redskins are the 10th in NFL.com’s latest power rankings. That is up one notch from their ranking from May 2, just after the end of the draft. Here’s why they went up a tick, according to analyst Elliot Harrison: "With each passing practice video of Robert Griffin III that hits the tube, confidence grows that he will...
Two in the booth the right call for the Redskins - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The Redskins are going to stick with two in the radio booth at least in the short term and that’s the right call. Larry Michael will handle the play by play and Sonny Jurgensen will do the color commentary with Rick "Doc" Walker roaming the sidelines with an open mike, free to pipe in whenever they see fit. That’s the status quo minus, of course, Sam Huff who announced his retirement last Friday. It is possible that Red Zebra Broadcasting,...
A look at three offensive players who are playing for an expanded role and future with the Redskins, this offseason.
The Redskins and the power of expectations
Think back to the 2012 opener. It’s likely etched in your memory because it was Robert Griffin III’s very successful debut, as well as the beginning of a new era of Washington football. I don’t think I’m overstating it by saying the Redskins, after one game, had hope again — hope they’d have a winner, that the Mike Shanahan plan would work, that a Super Bowl might again be in the cards.
Kirk Cousins’ career path may take him elsewhere, and he’s just fine with that | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Shutdown Corner: Everyone involved in the Washington Redskins organization is waiting to see just how quickly and well Robert Griffin III will recover from offseason knee surgery, and backup quarterback Kirk Cousins recently noted, RG3 is looking good on his insistence that … Continue reading →
Anthony Spencer Breaks Off Talks With Cowboys - Over the Cap
Anthony Spencer breaks off contract talks with the Dallas Cowboys
Aaron Hernandez led from home in handcuffs, placed in police car - Washington Times
New England Patriots tight end Hernandez led from his home in handcuffs, put in police cruiser.Daily Slop: