Theismann reviews John Beck’s early practices - DC Sports Bog
"I don’t think Rex will compete," Theismann said. "I think it’s John Beck’s job to lose. I think Rex would come in as a backup, just in case the situation is needed."
The Redskins Blog | Moving Past The Reputation Of No. 92
Meet the new No. 92, Obi Ezeh, undrafted linebacker out of Michigan.
The Redskins Blog | Redskins Welcome A Pair Of Players Home
Josh Wilson and Tim Hightower are from DC area.
The Redskins Blog | Defense Doesn’t Duplicate Dominance
Linebacker Perry Riley has looked good in coverage.
NFL.com Banner says Eagles entertaining offers for Samuel "
49ers get involved, bring in Carlos Rogers - College Football - Rivals.com
Deal is believed to be 1-year, $4 million.
Rob Ryan is already talking smack about Philly’s ‘dream team’ - Yahoo!
"I don't know if we win the all-hype team. I think that might have gone to somebody else, but we're going to beat their ass when we play them."
QB John Beck has a sore shoulder - The Insider - The Washington Post
Washington Redskins quarterback John Beck is suffering from some soreness in his throwing arm, coach Mike Shanahan says.
Report: Tatupu, Hayden to visit Skins Wednesday (Today) - The Insider
Joey Harrington seriously injured in bicycle accident - Shutdown Corner - NFL Blog - Yahoo! Sports
Former No. 3 pick Joey Harrington(notes) was seriously injured on Sunday night when a bicycle he was riding was hit by an SUV. Broken collar bone & punctured lung.
Top pick Nate Solder is final unsigned rookie - The Boston Globe
Dallas Cowboys bring back safety Gerald Sensabaugh - ESPN Dallas
This is good for Redskins fans. He stinks.
Chris Russell of WTEM on Brandon Banks (per interview, no link): Banks may be gone?
Chris Russell stated that the Redskins really don't like Brandon Banks, and that he may not be long for the organization.
NFL.com Blogs Vikings release longtime LT McKinnie
He failed a physical. McKinnie would only say: "I have some issues with my something … I just got some issues."
Ex-St. Louis Rams starter Marc Bulger retires from NFL after 11 seasons - ESPN
After 11 NFL seasons, including two in which he was selected to the Pro Bowl, former Rams and Ravens quarterback Marc Bulger said he is retiring.