Need to Know: Five ripple effects of the Orakpo tag | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, March 5, six days before the start of NFL free agency. Nickel coverage Nothing happens in a vacuum in the salary-capped environment of the NFL. Here are five ripple effects from the decision to tag Brian Orakpo: 1.
Quick Takes: Adam Carriker's future - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Carriker said he was told that to get fit and get healthy and he would get another chance to see if he was worth another shot in June. That does not mean he’ll be re-signed at that time, but he’d at least get a workout. "I’m optimistic," Carriker said.
Redskins giving Orakpo the franchise tag was the smart-money move
The Redskins control their 2009 first-rounder for 2014 by paying $11.45 million rather than allowing Orakpo to seek a more lucrative deal when free agency begins March 11.
Breaking down Tuesday's roster moves | Comcast SportsNet Washington
The Redskins released five players on Tuesday. What effect do the moves have on the depth chart and do they tell us anything about other transactions that may be coming?
Recapping Tuesdays NFL Roster Moves - Over the Cap
Recapping all of the NFL roster cuts and contract restructures for Tuesday March 4, 2014
2014 NFL Free Agency Primer: O-line headlines by Eugene Monroe, Alex Mack | Audibles - SI.com
Offensive tackles stormed the top of the 2013 NFL draft, claiming picks Nos. 1, 2 and 4 overall. Quarterbacks may have reclaimed the spotlight this year, even though three more tackles (Taylor Lewan, Jake Matthews and Greg Robinson) all could land in the top 10.
Washington Redskins Draft Board 2014 Update - Fanspeak Redskins Blog
An update to the Fanspeak Redskins draft board, taking a look at some of the changes made and some new names recently added.
Brunell Retired But Not Far From Action
Like all NFL players, the day came when Mark Brunell's services as a player were no longer needed. Read about his adjustment from player to civilian, in the name of health.
Brandon Browner Says He's Been Reinstated By The NFL
Back in December, Brandon Browner was suspended indefinitely by the NFL for violating the league's substance abuse policy after reportedly rejecting a lighter punishment. Browner ended up missing out on Seattle's playoff run and Super Bowl victory. But today, per Browner, the league reinstated him, days before he becomes a free agent.