Daily Slop: Gruden Confirms 'Skins Offensive Line Changes; Redskins Remain Interested in Kenny Britt

A look at the top Redskins stories around the web


Gruden confirms Redskins offensive line changes | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Speaking to the media at the NFL owners meetings in Orlando, coach Jay Gruden confirmed what has been widely believed for a couple of weeks. Lauvao will play left guard and Kory Lichtensteiger will shift from left guard to center. For the moment, the right side will stay intact with Chris Chester at guard at Tyler Polumbus at tackle.

Need to Know: Five possible depth chart surprises for the 2014 Redskins | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, March 26, 12 days before the Redskins start their offseason workouts. Nickel coverage Here are five personnel moves that could end up happening for the Redskins at some point in 2014.

Gruden in no hurry to give Orakpo a long-term contract | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Speaking at the NFL owners meetings in Orlando, Gruden said that he "wouldn’t mind letting him play out his franchise tag" before committing to him for a number of years. Keeping Orakpo on the tag this season makes sense on a number of different levels. For one, it would give him a chance to show that he can have two strong seasons in a row. Orakpo’s 10 sacks last year were the most he has had in a season since his 2009 rookie year and Gruden wants to see if he can put together back-to-back strong seasons. There are also questions about his health. He suffered a torn pectoral muscle in the 2011 season finale and then after rehabbing he suffered the same injury in the second game in 2012. That shelved him for the season.

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John Riggins is still the coolest guy in the room

Andy Reid: Akeem Jordan’s versatility, reliability will help Redskins

Snyder presents new foundation to fellow owners at NFL meetings

Orakpo, RG III highlight Gruden's presser - NFC East Blog - ESPN
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Some highlights from Jay Gruden’s hour-long press gathering at the owners meetings:

Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt high on Redskins WR Andre Roberts - ESPN
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Ken Whisenhunt didn't hesitate to give his scouting report on Andre Roberts, his former receiver in Arizona. It wasn't a good one.

Washington Redskins remain interested in Kenny Britt - ESPN
ORLANDO, Fla. -- The Washington Redskins haven't abandoned their desire to sign Kenny Britt. They're just waiting for him to make up his mind, a team

The Redskins Blog | Washington Redskins Statement On The Death Of Buffalo Bills Owner Ralph Wilson

CSN: RGIII excited about 'new energy'

Doug Williams: RGIII Must Understand ‘He Can’t Do It Alone’ " CBS DC
Robert Griffin III "can't do it alone." That's the message Redskins legend Doug Williams had for the quarterback entering his third season.

Highlights from breakfast with Redskins Coach Jay Gruden

Tracy Porter receives mixed review - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
ORLANDO, Fla. -- It wasn’t a glowing endorsement. It wasn’t a rip job, either. Oakland coach Dennis Allen praised his former player, Tracy

Gruden starting out with a clean slate with RG3 | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Why don’t the Redskins get compensatory draft picks? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
It’s become an annual tradition. During March owners meetings the NFL announces the awarding of compensatory draft picks. The Redskins don’t get any or get some leftover crumbs. Fans complain and say there is a conspiracy against their team.

NFL owners vote to ban "roll up" blocks | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Who are the NFL's pillar owners now? New team leadership must fill the void | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: With the recent deaths of NFL owners Ralph Wilson, William Clay Ford and Bud Adams, it's clear that league ownership is going through a serious transition period.

Cameron Fleming: A closer look at the Stanford OT | Fanspeak.com

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