Washington Redskins new exec faces hectic pace - ESPN
The job requires discipline and a desire to work long hours and watch endless amounts of tape. And then keep pushing to the next day. When the Redskin
Redskins' Gruden on Moses: 'It's going to take him some time' | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"He’s got a ways to go," said Gruden when asked about Morgan during the weekend rookie minicamp. "He’s a right tackle. He’s moving over to right tackle and we’re introducing him to the outside zone the way we want it, the protections the way we want it and it’s going to take him some time, but we’re happy with his progress. He’s got a major, major upside with his size."
Effects of Brown's departure won't be felt this year | Comcast SportsNet Washington
It is likely that his departure was sealed in the immediate aftermath of the firing of Mike Shanahan as head coach and as the man with the final say in personnel decisions including the draft, free agency, and the final 53-man roster. Brown was a candidate to get promoted to general manager and get that authority. It was the position he had been working toward since he was hired by the Redskins in 2008.
Redskins draft to replenish an aging offensive line | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The Redskins have one of the older starting offensive lines in the NFL and to respond to that the organization did something that it hasn’t done at all in 20 years and only twice since 1980—they selected two offensive linemen in the first three rounds of the draft.
Ted Bolser Adjusting To Speed Of The Game
Redskins rookie tight end Ted Bolser, a seventh-round pick out of Indiana University, said he’s been processing a lot of information since arriving at Redskins Park.
New NFL lawsuit gets immediate mainstream news treatment | ProFootballTalk
They came for the concussions. They stayed for the painkillers. The mainstream news media, already paying close attention to the NFL's current legal challenges arising from an explosion in concussion lawsuits filed by former players, has quickly pushed to the top of the rundown news that the le...
Goodell wants more information before disciplining Irsay | ProFootballTalk
Colts owner Jim Irsay has been allowed to participate in the NFL draft and this week's owners' meeting despite his recent arrest for operating a vehicle while intoxicated and felony possession of a controlled substance.
Goodell expects NFL to expand playoffs starting in 2015 season
"I do believe it will be approved for the 2015 [season]," Goodell said at the conclusion of a one-day meeting of the sport’s franchise owners in Atlanta.