What will the Redskins do with Jammal Brown? - Real Redskins
By Rich Tandler The Redskins knew that they were getting damaged goods when they traded for Jammal Brown in May of 2010. The former Pro Bowl tackle had missed the entire 2009 season after undergoing surgery to repair a sports hernia and a hip injury.
Chris Neild's Ability to Adjust Pays Off
"I really just tried to be a quality backup for Barry. Whenever I’m in there, I want him to be able to rely on me and not have to worry about anything [bad] happening when I’m in there."
Redskins positional review: tight ends | John Keim
Better or worse than 2010: This one is tricky because tight end was all over the place. Fred Davis was better and explosive. But Chris Cooley was never healthy and therefore not the same threat. They combined for 98 catches and six touchdowns in 2010; 67 catches and three scores in 2011.
Josh Wilson: Under-Appreciated or Free Agent Signing Gone Wrong? | NBC4 Washington
Read why the Josh Wilson signing made sense last year and why fans should still be happy today.
Alex Smith and Jason Campbell, Peyton Manning and the Redskins | Mr. Irrelevant
Two years ago the Redskins and 49ers were healing from varying degrees of disappointment. The Redskins had won four games under the recently-fired Jim Zorn and with 2005 first-round pick Jason Campbell. The 49ers had won eight games under Mike Singletary and with fellow ‘05 first-rounder Alex Smith. Both franchises, bastions of greatness in the 20th century, continued to struggle in the 21st. Then they diverged.
No Jump in Redskins GA Ticket Prices | NBC4 Washington
The Redskins announced on Friday that they will not raise general admission ticket prices in 2012 after finishing out of the playoffs for the fourth straight season.
Kerrigan, White Pay For ‘Backer Dinner Bill - The Redskins Blog
In any corporate setting, there is some sort of initiation–a right of passage, if you will–for the new guy to the company. It’s usually subtle or unspoken, but it’s always there.
Free agent watch: Should Redskins raid Ravens' OL again? - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
By Rich Tandler Here are some players who will be free agents to watch during today’s Texans-Ravens game. Texans: PK Neil Rackers, P Matt Turk, LB Mario Williams (IR) Those looking for an upgrade to kicker Graham Gano might take a look at Rakers. He made 32 of 38 field goals including going four for 5 from 50 yards and beyond.
Should the Redskins have rested Ryan Kerrigan?
Rich Tandler makes his Saturday playoff picks, looks at the Redskins receivers, and wonders if Ryan Kerrigan should have take some plays off.
"Mr. Guts" -- Legendary QB Billy Kilmer | Redskin Historian
On my radio show "Burgundy & Gold Flashback" on Sports Talk 570, I had the pleasure of interviewing Billy Kilmer, one of the most successful Redskin quarterbacks ever.
Off-Season Depth Chart Outlook – NFC East | ProFootballFocus.com
A look at the 2012 offensive depth chart situation of each team in the NFC East
League needs to take replay review out of referee’s hands | ProFootballTalk
I've complained in the past about the current procedure for conducting replay reviews. The time-consuming (but necessary) process becomes only more cumbersome when it's done on the field, with the referee walking to the sidelines, donning the Dukakis headset, talking to the replay assistant, event...
Report: Gregg Williams Will Leave Saints, Join Jeff Fisher In St. Louis | SI Tracking Blog –
The bad news keeps coming for the New Orleans Saints — one day after losing their divisional playoff game to the San Francisco 49ers, it now appears that they’ll lose a prominent assistant coach, as well.
Roger Goodell says NFL will consider full-time refs, coach rules for 2012 season - ESPN
Aiming to ensure NFL rules are enforced the same way from game to game, the league will consider making about 10 officials full-time employees next season.
The new Book of Eli: He’s among the NFL’s best | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
Read 'The new Book of Eli: He’s among the NFL’s best' from our blog Shutdown Corner on Yahoo! Sports. Little brother has arrived.
Goodell: NFL hopes to implement blood testing next season - The Washington Post
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said here Sunday he remains hopeful that the league and the players’ union will resolve their differences on blood testing for human growth hormone during the upcoming offseason, so that the testing program could be put into effect next season.