Redskins host free agent center Brian De La Puente
The Redskins hosted free agent center Brian De La Puente today, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed. The 6-foot-3, 306-pound De La Puente, 28, started the past three seasons at center for the New Orleans Saints. It wasn’t immediately clear where negotiations between the two sides stood.
A detailed look at why the Redskins should stay far away from wide receiver Kenny Britt.
Bowen on the Rebound for the Redskins ESPN 980 - WASHINGTON D.C.
"I think it was big," Bowen said. "We always talked about how it was to be on a different teams. Here (Washington) it's top notch." Bowen explained that public perception of the Redskins is different than the reality of the situation. "It's about how they run their business. They always welcome you with open arms. He loved it," Bowen said of Hatcher.
Need to Know: Five safeties who could start for the Redskins | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, March 20, 18 days before the Redskins start their offseason workouts. Nickel coverage One starter at safety is set for the Redskins. Here are five players who could start alongside Brandon Meriweather when the season starts.
Scouting report: Jason Hatcher - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
One of these days, when free agency finally slows (every time I think it is, they pull me back in. Wait, that line’s been used so: every time I
Redskins host Colts offensive lineman Mike McGlynn | ProFootballTalk
The Redskins have shown interest in an offensive lineman who made multiple starts at multiple interior positions in 2013. Colts offensive guard/center Mike McGlynn visited the Redskins on Wednesday, a league source told PFT's Mike Florio.
RG III helped land Andre Roberts - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The contract was nice and made a difference, though it wasn’t the only reason Andre Roberts wanted to play in Washington. He liked that they&rsq
Resetting the roster: Offensive line - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
On the roster: LT Trent Williams, G Chris Chester, RT Tyler Polumbus, C/ G Kory Lichtensteiger, G Josh LeRibeus, G Adam Gettis, G Maurice Hurt, T Tom
Gruden: ‘High Hopes’ For Alfred Morris
With Alfred Morris leading the way, Redskins Head Coach Jay Gruden already has a level of comfort at the running back position.
Team-by-team free agency grades: Bright Bucs top this honor roll - CBSSports.com
Washington Redskins Once upon a time, the Redskins were huge players in free agency. Now they are a lot smarter. They signed seven free agents and four of them should be starters: Defensive tackle Jason Hatcher, receiver Andre Roberts, corner Tracy Porter and guard Shawn Lauvao. They also re-signed linebacker Perry Riley and corner DeAngelo Hall, two starters. I like what Washington did without a huge splash. Grade: A-
Redskins sign linebacker Akeem Jordan
the Redskins have added inside linebackers Adam Hayward, Darryl Sharpton and now Jordan, who presumably will compete for the starting position opposite Riley. Washington also has backups Josh Hull (primarily a special teams player), Keenan Robinson, who missed half of his rookie season in 2012 and all of last season with injuries, and first-year player Will Compton on the roster.
Visits tracker: Kenny Britt meeting with Redskins - NFL.com
The Washington Redskins keep scouring free agency for receiving help. Kenny Britt will meet with the team Tuesday, Albert Breer reports. That and more in our updated visits tracker.
A Look at Trade Possibilities for DeSean Jackson - Over the Cap
A look at the trade possibilities for Eagles wide receiver Desean Jackson
NFL -- Slur penalties covered by current rules - ESPN
The NFL's competition committee will present a long list of potential rules changes at the league meetings in Orlando, Fla., next week but said Wednesday that the power to penalize players for use of slurs, including the N-word, is already in the hands of the officials and will be exercised in the coming season.