NFL scouting combine: Redskins focus on quarterback, other needs - The Washington Post
The NFL offseason begins in earnest this week as team officials, coaches, their staff members and roughly 300 of the country’s top college players gather in Indianapolis for the annual NFL Scouting Combine.
The Redskins Blog | Carriker Looking To Be ‘Explosive’ In 2012
Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker is widely considered to be the team’s strongest player, and one of the top forces in the NFL. Last season was a bit of a breakout year for the defensive end, who has steadily increased his production since coming into the league five seasons ago.
Doughty not surprised by anything in the NFL - NFL - CBSSports.com News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy Advice
Safety Reed Doughty wasn't shocked that Steve Jackson, his position coach during his first six seasons, was let go by the Redskins in January and replaced by former Tampa Bay coach Raheem Morris.
Ten to Watch At the NFL Scouting Combine
No more meetings. Now it’s time for the Redskins' coaches and scouts to see firsthand what most of the top college prospects are all about at the NFL Scouting Combine.
RG3 will show off legs, not arm at Combine
At the Scouting Combine, Robert Griffin III plans to show how he can fly. But he won't be taking to the air.
NFL Combine: Not strong at safety - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The Redskins are likely to be putting the strong safeties under the microscope when they are at the NFL Combine this week. Starter LaRon Landry could well depart via free agency, and that would create a hole that probably can’t be filled by current roster members.
Redskins hoping to being Fletcher back - NFL - CBSSports.com News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy Advice
While Washington's offense faces plenty of upheaval this offseason, the defense figures to be much more stable, especially if captain/Pro Bowl inside linebacker London Fletcher re-signs. Everyone else is under contract for 2012 except for left end Adam Carriker and strong safety LaRon Landry.
Washington Redskins 2012 team needs - NFL - SI.com
The Washington Redskins and Mike Shanahan are still looking for that "franchise" player at the quarterback position, as they plan to upgrade from John Beck and Rex Grossman this offseason. With issues also outside of the numbers at the wide receiver position and in the secondary, let's take a look at the rookie prospects that fit the team needs in Washington heading into the NFL Draft.
Jason Smith of "NFL Fantasy Live" is my new co-host and we kicked off the re-birth of the podcast with some hot topics and the perfect person to address some of them: outspoken free-agent RB Clinton Portis.
Mr. Irrelevant, a D.C. Sports Blog by the Brothers Mottram
When offensive linemen speak with the media at the NFL Combine, almost every one of them tries to get out the message that he is a scheme-diverse left tackle. That, of course, is because protecting the quarterback’s blindside is where the money is.
Kory Lichtensteiger sat inside a hotel room here four years ago, an offensive line prospect eager to transition from his collegiate career at Bowling Green State to the NFL.
The Redskins might or might not use the franchise tag. They might or might not slap it on tight end Fred Davis. Or they might or might not use it on safety LaRon Landry. There's little doubt, though, that their offseason and those of other teams will be affected by what teams decide with their own players.
Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III has closed the gap with Andrew Luck, but the Stanford product is still the favorite in the eyes of NFL scouts. Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports spoke to 15 scouts, and 14 of them preferred Luck to Griffin.
Former Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman has a trio of Super Bowl rings, a bust in the Hall of Fame, and a spot next to Joe Buck every Sunday during football season. Well, two out of three ain't bad.
PFF's Ben Stockwell lines up 10 free agent guards to keep an eye on.
PFF's Khaled Elsayed examines the 2011 Pass Blocking Efficiency of interior offensive linemen.
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