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Lorenzo Alexander on RGIII, Matt Flynn
Jennifer Williams caught up with Lorenzo Alexander at the Washington Auto Show and asked him about the Redskins' quarterback situation.

RT's 5: Atogwe return seems likely - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Rich Tandler’s five things possibly related to the Redskins and other matters. 5. There is a lot of talk that the Redskins will part ways with safety Oshiomogho Atogwe. I’m not buying it.

Redskins' London Fletcher breaks down Giants-Patriots Super Bowl XLVI matchup - Don Banks -
The Patriots enter this week with a league-best 10-game winning streak that began in mid-November, and the Giants are on yet another improbable and magical postseason run, with five consecutive elimination-game victories to their credit and a world of mojo in their favor.

Report: NFL takes issue with Pro Bowl tweet | Sports - Home
The league, however, took issue with a remark made by Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher, CBS Sports reported. "$500 to whoever predicts the final score. Must be my follower. $1,000 if you predict the score and MVP. Deadline halftime #probowl!" Fletcher posted.

Too early to make a call on Peyton Manning - The Insider - The Washington Post
Colts owner Jim Irsay said Monday that he is focused on doing his part to host the Super Bowl and won’t comment publicly this week on quarterback Peyton Manning’s future with the team.

The Redskins Blog | Jacoby: Team Needs ‘We-Over-Me’ Players
A key contributor to this dynasty was left tackle Joe Jacoby, who stuck the block that sprung John Riggins for the long touchdown run that sealed Super Bowl XVII. In each of his first two Super Bowls, Jacoby’s Hogs led the way for record breaking rushing performances, with team totals of 276 and 280 yards on the ground.

Riggo's Rag at the Pro Bowl - A Washington Redskins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
First off, I’d like to give a big shout out, and praise for a moment, one Mr. London Levi Fletcher for not only representing the Redskins in the Pro Bowl this year, but representing in Fletch-like fashion, leading all NFC players with 7 tackles in the game.

The Redskins Blog | Fletcher Plays Redskins Football In Hawaii
Despite everything that differentiates the Pro Bowl from true NFL football, there was a distinctly familiar feeling about last night’s ceremonial contest.

'You'd be crazy not to want Peyton Manning'
According to Mike Jones of the Washington Post, "a person with knowledge of the situation" confirmed the Redskins’ interest in Manning.

Cheerleader Abby Reps Redskins Well
London Fletcher wasn’t the only Washingtonian lighting up the night in Honolulu yesterday, as he was joined by Redskins Cheerleader Abby Dymond on the sidelines.

Could John Elway Have Been a Redskin? A Fan's Perspective - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
Mark Rypien was the leader of the Skins that year. However, it appears that they considered making a move for another signal caller before the season.

Who Impressed At the Senior Bowl?
Who were among the South standouts from Senior Bowl practices and the Jan. 28 game won by the North 23-13 in Mobile, Ala.? Here are 10 to keep an eye on in the months leading up to the draft:

Mock Draft: Version 2.0 | National Football Post
A top-flight early entry makes his way into the top 10. Wes Bunting

Holding the Edge: Patriots Offense vs. Giants Defense |
PFF's Ben Stockwell outlines which team has the advantage in a series of key facets of play.

Holding the Edge: Giants Offense vs. Patriots Defense |
Sam Monson of Pro Football Focus spells out which team has the advantage in a series of key facets of play for Super Bowl XLVI.

Eagles to hire Bowles; Castillo remains DC | Philadelphia Inquirer | 01/30/2012
The Eagles are set to hire former Miami interim head coach Todd Bowles to be their defensive backs coach and Juan Castillo will remain defensive coordinator, an NFL source told The Inquirer on Monday. - 46 reasons to watch Super Bowl XLVI
Here are 46 reasons to watch Super Bowl XLVI: