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Who will start '12 season at left guard?
Rich Tandler's 5: Who will start '12 season at left guard?

Fletcher not about to change style
London Fletcher isn't about to change the way he does things even though it might lead to more individual honors.

Cooley: Shutting down season "was the best option at the time"
Cooley: Shutting down season "was the best option at the time"

Elfin: Redskins Rushing Attack Looks Promising In 2012 " CBS Washington
Even though they struggled badly at times this season, the Redskins have reason to head into 2012 feeling good about their running attack.

Charlie Casserly on future of D. Hall
Former Redskins GM Charlie Casserly sat down with Jennifer X. Williams to discuss who stays and who goes

Redskins have to get better under center - NFL -
It was predictable the quarterback choices limited to turnover machine Rex Grossman or never-was John Beck in a division whose other starters are Eli Manning, Tony Romo and Michael Vick, but poor play at the game's most critical position was a major reason why Washington finished in the NFC East basement for a record fourth straight year in 2011.

Haslett Wants Defense to Take Next Step
When Jim Haslett transitioned the Redskins’ defense to a 3-4 in 2010, he knew he did not have all the right pieces to fit the scheme.

Who will the Redskins target in free agency? - Riggo's Rag -
The Washington Redskins will look to have a stellar draft this year after an impressive draft last year. All problems cannot and probably will not be sol

Evaluating The Redskins – Defensive Line | Hog Blogs
Now, we'll evaluate the Defensive Line.This is a unit that was in disarray in Mike Shanahan's first year with the team, and that was a huge contributing factor

History say Flynn's performance not a fluke - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
By Rich Tandler There is a lot of debate over the significance Matt Flynn’s performance in the Packers’ regular season finale when he passed for 480 yards and six touchdown in Green Bay’s 45-41 win over the Lions. Some say it is a sign that he can be a top quarterback in the league. Others are saying that such a performance could be a fluke. You never know for sure, of course, but there is reason to believe that such...

QB Robert Griffin III telling Baylor Bears he's going pro - ESPN
Baylor Bears quarterback Robert Griffin III on Tuesday is informing Baylor coach Art Briles that he has decided to turn pro, according to a family source, and an announcement is imminent.

Paul Sees Family, Revisits Super Heroes
Nebraska’s native son Niles Paul has returned home to spend time catching up with his family. A native of Omaha, Neb., he spent his college days only an hour away in Lincoln.

Redskins positional review: receiver | John Keim | NFL | Washington Examiner
Better or worse than 2010: Better, if only because they have young players who can develop into something. They improved their depth, but still didn’t find a playmaker.

Brian Orakpo’s shoulder surgery is successful - The Insider - The Washington Post
Washington Redskins’s sack leader injured left shoulder in the last game of the season. - Report: Cowboys hire Callahan to replace Houck
The Cowboys have hired Jets OL coach Bill Callahan to replace Hudson Houck, according to ESPN, which also is reporting that Dallas has hired Browns DB coach Jerome Henderson.

Dermontti Dawson the closest to slam dunk in this year's potential Hall of Fame class - Peter King -
I write and tweet about the Hall of Fame so much, and my buddy Don "Donnie Brasco'' Banks always tells me to stop doing it -- because the more I do it, the more I unleash the masses, angry that this guy or that guy didn't make the Hall -- or, in this case, didn't make the list of the finalists for enshrinement in the Hall when the 44-person Board of Selectors meets in Indianapolis Feb. 4.

John Parr re-records the ‘St. Elmo’s Fire’ theme song with Tebow-centric lyrics | Shutdown Corner

John Parr re-records the ‘St. Elmo’s Fire’ theme song with Tebow-centric lyrics' from our blog Shutdown Corner on Yahoo! Sports. ...And it's far, far worse than you can imagine. If you were ever of a mind to "remember the 1980s," we have something that might have you thinking twice. Two-hit wonder John Parr, who wrote the "Man in Motion" song

Toasted: The 10 worst CB games from the past four seasons |
Ike Taylor had the worst game of his career against the Broncos, but he's not the only CB to give up lots of receiving yardage.

Is Peyton Manning Untradeable And Unsignable Now? | NBC4 Washington
How can a legend find no takers on the open market? We show you.

Jaguars Will Hire Mike Mularkey as Head Coach
An interesting choice. I wouldn't worry about the Falcons' poor offensive performance in Mularkey's final game as coordinator. It's better to look at the larger picture of his entire coaching career