Gruden: Building 'honest' relationship with RG3 is job No. 1 | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"Just to try to be honest and open with him and not do things behind his back," Gruden said during an interview Monday night with NFL Network’s Dan Hellie. "I don’t know what happened last year with Coach [Mike] Shanahan and him, and where the relationship went south, or if it did, or maybe the media blew it up. But [Shanahan] is obviously not here anymore and now it’s my job to get the most out of Robert."
Need to Know: Five free agents the Redskins should still pursue | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, March 25, 13 days before the Redskins start their offseason workouts. Nickel coverage Bruce Allen has said that the Redskins are not finished acquiring free agents yet. Here are five players who are still available who could help the Redskins.
Ten Redskins earned big performance bonuses in 2013 | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Tackle Tyler Polumbus earned the biggest bonus among Washington's players, hauling in an additional $190,600. He was followed by rookie cornerback David Amerson ($173,375), running back Alfred Morris ($167,853), rookie safety Bacarri Rambo ($162,807) and tight end Logan Paulsen ($142,295). Wide receiver Aldrick Robinson, linebacker Perry Riley, running back Roy Helu and tight ends Jordan Reed and Niles Paul also earned bonuses in excess of $100,000.
Redskins claim DL Brandon Moore from Chiefs | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Moore, 23, is an undrafted rookie out of Texas who is listed at 6 foot 5, 317-pounds. He spent the majority of the 2013 season on San Diego’s practice squad before being released in November. He then was signed to Denver’s practice squad but was released by the Broncos on Dec. 31. Moore, who began his college career at Alabama, transferred to a junior college and spent the 2012 season playing for the Longhorns, has never appeared in an NFL game. He projects as a defensive end in the Redskins’ 3-4 scheme. "Naturally large man with long limbs and good overall weight distribution. Scheme versatile. Flashes a powerful bull rush to push the pocket," write Rob Rang of NFLdraftscout.com "Possesses just average burst but shows surprising straight-line speed once he gets going. Untapped potential."
Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden explains relationship with RGIII - NFL Videos
New Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden sat down with Dan Hellie to discuss Gruden's relationship with QB Robert Griffin III and how he plans to utilize the dual-threat quarterback.
Redskins limited by cap issue, future deals - NFC East Blog - ESPN
"We were clearly not in position to put all of our eggs in one basket," Allen said, "and the way we approached it and are continuing to -- free agency will end in July -- and there will be a new wave of players getting released after the draft. In saying that, we were able to identify the guys that we could fit into this year's cap, allow our young players on our roster to still grow and develop."
Redskins receive no extra picks - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The Redskins received no compensatory draft picks, putting them in line with the majority of NFL teams. Only 13 teams received compensatory picks, the
The Redskins Blog | Riggo Ponders The Nature Of Friendship
The old camaraderie returned when the "Diesel" hobnobbed with "Grimey," Donnie, "Jake" and Jeff – also known as Grimm, Don Warren, Joe Jacoby and Jeff Bostic. "The best way to sum it up is that when we left there after a couple of hours on the beach I swear… it felt like I would see those guys at 10 o’clock in the morning at the Park," Riggins said. "I mean, you just go right back to where you were. It was uncanny. I get goosebumps telling you that. I don’t know what it is, but there’s something that I think in all of us that they say when you are a young child it’s in the DNA, and it’s just something that’s a reflex action. It’s a great feeling to have. I love being around them just for that reason, just to feel like, ‘Okay, we’re going back and we’re doing it again.’"
Jim Kelly's Cancer Recurrence Is "Aggressive" And Will Require Surgery
Bills Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly will undergo surgery on Thursday at New York's Lenox Hill Hospital for a recurrence of oral cancer that required removal of part of his jaw and teeth last summer. A family friend said Kelly is weak and "in bad shape."
Goodell Holds Off on Discipline for Irsay and Dolphins Players - NYTimes.com
Commissioner Roger Goodell said he would not decide whether to punish Miami players accused of bullying a former teammate until doctors determined whether they needed treatment.
All the NFL coaches but one posed for a group photo. One guess who didn't. | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: It's class picture time for the NFL's head coaches! Well, except one...