Need to Know: Five Redskins thoughts including special teams improvement | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, March 18, 19 days before the Redskins start their offseason workouts. Nickel coverage Here are five thoughts on the state of the Redskins after a week of free agency. 1. A lot of special teams improvement will have to come from within.
Redskins putting their eggs in the pass-rush basket | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
We are a week in to free agency and the Redskins’ two biggest signees will probably play a few yards apart from each other and will have the same primary responsibility much of the time.
Will Washington Redskins QB RGIII return to 2012 form? - NFL Videos
With Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III telling reporters he expects to play in 2014 without a brace on his surgically repaired knee, Tarik El-Bashir joins "NFL AM" to discuss if this is the right decision for the quarterback.
Resetting the roster: safety - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Taking a look at the Redskins' safety position a week into free agency. Safety was said to be a primary target; it has not developed that way, however
Andre Roberts anticipates consistency in Redskins move - Washington Times
The receiver had his most productive NFL season in 2012, when he caught 64 passes for 759 yards and five touchdowns — all career highs, and all while playing with four different Arizona Cardinals quarterbacks.
N.F.L. Free-Agency Success Comes Up Front - NYTimes.com
"Sign your own and be in a position to make very good judgments on a few players in free agency," he said. "That is what the Packers have done through the years, made terrific decisions. They do all the right things. Fans want you to go out and play fantasy football now; that is the last thing you should be doing. That money if you miss is gone and you don’t get it back."