Need to Know: It's go time for the Redskins - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
So it begins The Redskins road to defending their NFC East title starts today. Actually, the team had to hit the road before starting on that road. The players and coaches have made their way down to Richmond Virginia, where they will be in the first year of an eight-year agreement to hold training camp in the...
RGIII’s Return Will Be Saved for Regular Season Barring ‘Necessity’ " CBS DC
The odds of seeing Robert Griffin III under center before Week 1 are about as strong as wet piece of paper.
A look at how the Redskins can easily replace Adam Carriker by signing free agent defensive tackle Justin Bannan, and why it is so important.
Redskins get to work, aiming to duplicate last season’s success
It’s a combination of things," he said. "Having good football players, the right coaching staff, players buying into the system, health, guys being healthy, and having the mentality that, ‘Every day I’m going to come in and work, and not worry about what happened yesterday,’ consistently having the same core group of guys on your team year in and year out, that’s probably the difference."
RGIII unlikely to play in Redskins' preseason games - NFL.com
Robert Griffin III has cleared all the necessary hurdles, but that doesn't mean we'll see him in a game soon. The Washington Redskins quarterback said Wednesday that he doesn't expect to play in the preseason.
Is preseason important for Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III? - NFL Videos
"NFL Total Access" analysts Willie McGinest and Sean O'Hara debate whether or not it's important for Robert Griffin III to play in preseason games.
London Fletcher Not Considering Retirement | Redskins Journal
"You know, really, in the National Football League, you’re always on the last year of your contract, for the most part," Fletcher said. "It’s just the nature of the business.
Mike Shanahan plans to get in Robert Griffin III’s way before harm does - The Washington Post
COLUMN | Mike Shanahan’s main responsibility may be to get in his quarterback’s way before harm does.
More on Alfred Morris and the zone read
Take away the zone read and Morris still would have averaged 4.7 yards per carry and gained 1,279 yards in the regular season. That would have ranked seventh in the NFL, ahead of three Pro Bowl running backs (Frank Gore, Ray Rice and C.J. Spiller). Based on his numbers, had Morris never run a zone-read play and those other 57 carries had come from a different formation and followed his average, he would have gained 1,627 yards (including the playoffs).
CAMPBELL: RG3 gets Redskins camp off to harmonious start by buying into Mike Shanahan's plan - Washington Times
Griffin on Wednesday acquiesced to the need for patience during the final stages of his recovery from knee surgery. More importantly, he suppressed his compulsion to keep pushing and reached an accord with Shanahan.
A look at a key stat for each of the top 10 fantasy quarterbacks this year.