Porter a piece of Redskins defensive backfield puzzle | Comcast SportsNet Washington
He joins a Redskins defensive backfield that is still vey much a work in progress. The top three cornerbacks are now Porter, veteran DeAngelo Hall, and second-year player David Amerson. If the season started tomorrow, Hall and Amerson would cover the wideouts while Porter would cover the slot receiver.
Allen: Thomas was going to start at safety last year | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
In an interview with the Washington Post, Bruce Allen revealed a nugget of information that could have major implications for the Redskins’ 2014 defensive secondary.Allen talked about the safety position and the team’s 2013 fourth-round pick.
What Doug Williams tells RGIII
"This kid came in here as a rookie and single-handedly raised the play of everybody on that football team," Williams said. "At the end of the day, you can’t put it all on his shoulders. You’ve got to have some people around him. And I think that’s the course we’re in now. This guy, man, he comes to the office, always smiling, always upbeat, and you can tell his leadership character and the things that he’s got going for him that are gonna take him a long way.
Redskins' owners meetings agenda - NFC East Blog - ESPN
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Some things to watch for this week at the owners meetings: 1. Compensatory picks. It’s a complicated formula used by the NFL t
Bengals Predict Successful 2014 Redskins
"He’s a great leader. He’s a players’ coach," Green said of Jay Gruden. "He’s not going to get in your face, he’s not going to do any of that other stuff, but he gets his points across. "You love guys like that. You love to play for a guy like that. It’s tough to lose a guy like that. He deserves everything and I think it’s going to be great for him."
$5 Million for Vick? If Smith Thrives, It’s a Steal - NYTimes.com
It is altogether possible for Vick to mentor Smith, to tutor him, while every day still approaching his job as if he will start.
NFL may expand to four London games in 2015 | ProFootballTalk
The NFL isn't done playing American football in London. In fact, not only is the NFL putting three games in London in 2014, but the London package may grow to four games in London in 2015.