Sack and strip an emphasis for Redskins' defense | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"If you sack the quarterback, that’s just a tackle for a loss," said outside linebackers coach Brian Baker on Wednesday. "But if you can take a sack and now strip the quarterback where you’re causing a turnover, man that is an impact play. So that’s what we’re working on all the time, we’re working on impact plays."
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Jay Gruden energizes Washington Redskins - ESPN
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Appeals Court Reinstates 2012 Collusion Case Against NFL - HTTR4LIFE.com
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has overturned a decision by Judge David Doty dismissing the NFLPA’s effort to claim collusion against the NFL made in the wake of the salary-cap penalties imposed on the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins in 2012.
Get a behind the scenes look after day two of Redskins' mini-camp as Quarterback Robert Griffin III talks about practice and his game.
"We haven’t had any bickering or any arguing or any fighting so to speak – maybe a little one yesterday," Gruden continued, referring to a brief scuffle Tuesday between defensive lineman Doug Worthington and offensive lineman Mike McGlynn. "But overall I feel like the team together is coming along great and the unity is where it needs to be at this point and then we when come back to training camp with the knowledge of the system and people knowing one another, hopefully we can take off from there."
Today we will talk about the story of Melvin Phillips, a full blooded Oneida Indian, speaking for the Orchard Party/ Marble Hill Oneidas from Oneida County, New York. Phillips doesn’t see anything wrong with the Redskins name, but has issues with who is fighting to have it changed.
The "NFL AM" crew reflect on why it was so important that Redskins quarterback Doug Williams' led his team to a Super Bowl victory in the 1987 season.