NFL Videos: Senior Bowl: Mike Shanahan
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan sits down on set to talk about his experience leading the Senior Bowl's South team. He also offers some insight into the Redskins' draft plans.
Ike Hilliard Catching On With Redskins’ Coaching Staff " CBS Washington
Ike Hilliard is the Redskins' new wide receivers coach. On Wednesday at the Senior Bowl, Hilliard spoke with the media about joining Washington's coaching staff.
Q&A: Redskins director of player personnel Scott Campbell on Senior Bowl Week - The Insider - The Washington Post
While Mike Shanahan and his coaching staff prepare the South team for Saturday’s Senior Bowl here in Mobile, Ala., Scott Campbell, the Washington Redskins director of player personnel, and the team’s scouts continue the work they began at the start of the college season
O'Halloran: Skins have 'moved on' from Landry
Ryan O'Halloran says the Redskins have moved on from LaRon Landry and will look for a new starting safety.
Redskins 1991: 16 games, 14 wins - The Washington Post
To commemorate the 1991-1992 season, The Washington Post spoke with more than two dozen players, coaches and others connected with the team and asked them to tell the story in their own words. In part 2, they talk about the 14-2 regular season.
In Evaluating Prospects, Intangibles Matter
Shanahan and his assistants, coaches for the South squad this week, are keeping a close eye on intangibles, the little things that reveal the potential for greatness in a player.
At Senior Bowl, Redskins Challenge Prospects
The Redskins’ staff is coaching the South squad this week. The team’s practices are typically up-tempo, but working with draft prospects unfamiliar with ways of the NFL presents its own set of challenges.
The Redskins Blog | Kerrigan Back At Purdue Finishing Degree
The NFL season is a grueling five month endeavor that begins in a fiery August and ends in a frozen January (or February). Along the way, players get understandably tired, and use the first few weeks of the offseason to decompress and relax.
Market research: Who needs a QB? - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
There is a lot of talk about who would be the Redskins’ competition for the quarterbacks who be hitting the free agent market and will be available in the draft next April. A team-by-team breakdown of quarterback needs is below.
HONOLULU (AP) -- Many NFL stars are hoping that when it comes to the Pro Bowl in Hawaii, aloha doesn't mean goodbye.
Risers: QB Brandon Weeden- Weeden has established himself as the best QB here, and probably risen above Nick Foles on a number of Draft boards. RB Doug
Every single thing you need to know about the 2012 NFL Pro Bowl, including full rosters.
Read 'Mike Tanier’s Senior Bowl Report: Wednesday’s South Team Practice' from our blog Shutdown Corner on Yahoo! Sports. Brandon Thompson can go home now if he wants to. There is nothing left to accomplish. Thompson (DT, Clemson) came to the Senior Bowl as one of the top defensive line prospects in the draft pool.
The problem is that Wilson is officially only 5-foot-10 and weighs only 203 pounds, which raises the question of whether he’s too small to succeed in the NFL. Most draft projections have him taken in the fifth or sixth round.
When most student assistants join an NCAA football staff, there’s a worry about making a good impression and getting up to speed with the responsibilities of the job. There’s the apprehension of being respected by the players and being an asset, rather than a hindrance to the coaching staff.
PFF's Sam Monson discusses 2011's best and worst tackling safeties.