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McCartney: No self-respecting Redskins fan dares root for Ravens - The Washington Post
Today, let’s set aside minor matters like District political corruption or Virginia and Maryland legislative debates so we can focus on something genuinely important: Is it okay for a Redskins fan to root for the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday?

Flashback: Monte Coleman Defied the Odds
"I was afraid of losing my job," he said. "I never got to the point of being complacent. I always wanted to stay one step ahead of anybody and everybody. It was something where, if I didn’t do what I need to do, my career could have been cut short."

Rating the Redskins free agents | John Keim | NFL | Washington Examiner
Check out the entire free agent class here.

Darrel Young, NFL To Visit Deployed Military Units -The Redskins Blog
"Myself personally, I will be traveling to Korea at the end of this month to visit military troops. I will be traveling as part of something that the NFL is trying to do to let our troops know that we are thankful for what they are doing for this country by putting their lives on the line everyday."

ESPN's Bram Weinstein talks Redskins with Riggo's Rag - Part I - Riggo's Rag - A Washington Redskins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
We've managed to do it again. The miracle that is social networking has led us to an in-depth interview with ESPN's Bram Weinstein.

Redskins position review: Special teams | Washington Examiner
Better or worse than 2010? What's your take?

A Rare Sean Taylor High School Football Highlights Video Emerges - Hogs Haven
A never-before-seen collection Sean Taylor tearing up the High School competition, which highlights why Sean was the #1 rated prospect in Florida.

Skins D Lineman Adam Carriker joins Kevin and Thom to talk about the past season and what's ahead for 2012

HomerMcFanboy " Redskins can learn a lot from 49ers
Since 2005, the 49ers have drafted a mind-numbing 60 players. The Redskins, conversely, had selected just 51 – and that number is inflating because last year’s 12-man draft class.

Charlie Casserly Thinks Skins Should Not Target Matt Flynn " CBS Washington
Former Redskins General Manager Charlie Casserly joined "The Sports Junkies" on 106.7 The Fan and talked about some offseason moves around the league ranging from open coaching vacancies and the top candidates for the jobs along with where coveted quarterback free agent Matt Flynn will land. 13 minute interview after the jump.

Adam Carriker wants to be a pro wrestler - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
I suppose we should have known that Redskins defensive lineman Adam Carriker wanted to be a pro wrestler one day, but it didn’t all come together until I saw this photo of him with John Cena from a recent show in D.C. on Carriker’s Twitter profile.

NFL Draft 2012: Andrew Luck, LaMichael James, Trent Richardson Among Underclassmen Leaving School
The NFL postseason has not even ended yet the upcoming draft in April is already dominating many football conversations -- especially those in cities without a team remaining in the hunt. With the January 15th deadline to declare for the draft passed, our list of eligible draftees is finalized.

NFL Free Agent Master List - Offseason Low Down -
The 2011 free agent class was the deepest, most talent-rich in league history. The 2012 class comes pretty close.

Mel Kiper's first mock draft is up! - NFC East Blog - ESPN
6. Washington Redskins: Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU. This came up in this morning's breakfast links, with John Keim of the Washington Examiner suggesting cornerback at a spot where most people have been hoping or assuming the Redskins would take a quarterback or wide receiver.

Scout: Matt Flynn’s ‘A Slam Dunk’ | Mr. Irrelevant, a D.C. Sports Blog

"I was blown away by the guy because I had such low expectations. I was amazed at how good he looked, how in command and he’s a mobile guy. He was not as impressive [last summer], but he was still good. I think he’s a Rich Gannon type. He has a good arm, not a great arm. Arm strength is one of the most overrated aspects of a quarterback.