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McShay: Redskins could move to No. 2 slot
McShay delivered the goods during his conference call. He said Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III is the type of player teams should trade up for – chiefly Cleveland from No. 4 to second and the Redskins from sixth overall to No. 2.

The Redskins Blog | Grossman: Redskins Not That Far Away
Yesterday, Redskins free agent quarterback Rex Grossman talked to Tim Ryan and Pat Kirwan on SiriusXM’s ‘Movin’ The Chains,’ to discuss his past and future in Washington.

Could Chris Cooley be a 'cap casualty?' - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Jason La Canfora of did a big thing on potential "cap casualties," and it caught my eye because of the photo of Washington Redskins tight end Chris Cooley right there at the top.

Robinson Stays Focused On the Future
Why is being a rookie so difficult in the NFL? Just ask wide receiver Aldrick Robinson Just ask wide receiver Aldrick Robinson.

Florio: Rex’s Future Hinges On Skins Drafting QB " CBS DC
PFT's Mike Florio sees the scenario of Rex Grossman staying a Redskin if they draft a rookie QB.

Albert says bad year wasn't his fault - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
After getting traded from the Redskins to the Patriots last summer, Albert Haynesworth had a tough year. He had just two tackles in six games in New England. They unceremoniously dumped him in midseason and the Bucs claimed him. Albert was slightly more productive there if you can call 20 tackles in seven games "productive."

Cleveland Browns must outbid Washington Redskins to trade up for pick to draft Robert Griffin III, says ESPN's Todd McShay |
McShay says if he were the Browns, he wouldn't hesitate to send the No. 4 and No. 22 overall picks to the St. Louis Rams for the No. 2 pick and use it to select Griffin.

The Redskins Blog | Darrell Green’s Son Prepares For NFL Draft
The next generation of Greens are ready to take to the NFL gridiron, as Darrell’s son Jared is on his own path to the pros.

Rex Grossman’s ‘dream scenario’ involves the Redskins - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Last year’s starter wants to come back to Washington and ‘play consistently’ in 2012.

Clinton Portis considers comeback, interviews Mike Tyson - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Former fan favorite says the Redskins broke his heart, and talks to Mike Tyson about UFC.

Shanahan's pedigree, larger market could tempt Manning - Washington Times
Imagine this: Peyton Manning coming out of the tunnel at FedEx Field this September, poised to lead Mike Shanahan’s Washington Redskins to glory while solidifying both his and the coach’s Hall of Fame legacies.

Leading Questions: NFC East - NFC East Blog - ESPN
With the offseason in full swing, let’s take a look at one major question facing each NFC East team as they begin preparations for the 2012 season

Ranking the 2012 Free Agents: Inside Linebackers |
While not all of the players scheduled to become unrestricted free agents will hit the open market, this is still a great crop to choose from. There’s a strong mix of young guys entering the prime of their careers and productive veterans, who should come a bit cheaper

ESPN exec’s tip for Jon Gruden: Recognize when not to speak | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
ESPN's executive vice president of programming wants Jon Gruden to be more judicious with his words on "Monday Night Football." Presumably, this means he'd like the former coach to stop talking over plays, replays and Mike Tirico.

NFL concussions: Increase in touchbacks led to significant decrease in NFL concussions on kickoffs - Chicago Tribune
The NFL succeeded in its goal of reducing head injuries by moving kickoffs up to the 35-yard line last season as there were 50 percent fewer concussions on those plays. Hunt Batjer delivered the

Ranking the 2012 Free Agents: Wide Receivers |
Gordon McGuinness tallies the value of the top 10 Free Agent wide receivers for 2012 for PFF. Blogs " Blog Archive Mayock on some tough first-round calls for NFL teams "
NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock was the man of the hour during a conference call with media from throughout the United States on Wednesday. Scribes from every corner of the league wanted to know what their hometown team should with its first-round pick

Mayock's grief with Reiff's top 10 projected value
Projecting Iowa offensive tackle Riley Reiff to the Redskins with the sixth overall pick has become a more common call recently as NFL mock draft mavens sort out their boards versus team needs.