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Daily Slop: Carriker Weighing Free Agency Options; Three First Round Picks For RG3??


The Redskins Blog | Shanahan: Fair To Judge 2011 Draft Now
Conventional NFL wisdom will tell you that it’s unfair to judge a draft class after one season on the team. Sure, the great drafts in Redskins history (see 1981, 1983, 1999) had early indications of greatness, but most players don’t blossom in their freshman year.

Washington Redskins prepared to part with two first-round picks and more for St. Louis Rams’ No. 2 spot in the draft - The Insider - The Washington Post
The team is prepared to offer two first-round draft picks, plus two additional picks, to secure the No. 2 draft slot and the chance to take Baylor QB Robert Griffin III.

David Elfin On Sports: A Strong Hire At Redskins Park " CBS DC
Washington has gotten stronger in the front office, literally and quite possibly figuratively, with the hiring of former defensive end/slash national champion weightlifter Phillip Daniels as director of player development.

NFL Videos: Who needs RGIII the most?
Heath Evans and Solomon Wilcots debate which teams they think need to trade up for Robert Griffin III, and the Browns don't make the cut.

CAMPBELL: Redskins should trade up with Rams, draft RG3 and enjoy the ride - Washington Times
Robert Griffin III showed at the Scouting Combine what the football world already knew. The reigning Heisman Trophy winner is faster than a speeding bullet and able to leap tall buildings in a single bound. He has the smarts, personality and charisma that make a franchise quarterback. He has it.

Three First Round Picks For RG3? " CBS DC
NFL Insider Charlie Casserly thinks three first-rounders clinches trade with Rams

Washington Redskins News - Carriker Weighing Free Agency Options - 2012-02-27
As March 13th and the start of free agency approaches, it is likely that the attention of Redskins fans will be placed upon free agents such as London Fletcher, Fred Davis and LaRon Landry. However, flying under the radar is a man who had a career year in 2011.

Roster Review: Wide Receivers

In 2011, the Redskins entered training camp with a wide-open competition at wide receiver. The team retained five receivers from 2010, drafted three, traded for one and signed another, all in a search of a winning combination.

Is DC HQ for Redskins picking up steam? - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

A few days after former Mayor Marion Barry said that the notion of a Redskins training facility being built in the District of Columbia "fantasy land" we got a considerably more rational analysis of the situation from WTOP radio investigative reporter Mark Segraves. "They really believe that this is their toe in the water," when it comes to luring the Redskins said Seagraves on 106.7 The Fan, as transcribed by the DC Sports Bog. As we discussed here a few...

Tale of the tape: Luck vs. RG3
Tale of the tape: Luck vs. RG3

10 who lost at this year’s scouting combine | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
The scouting combine provides are an opportunity for prospects to deliver on expectations, or risk taking a hit to their draft stock. Not everyone left Indianapolis with smiles on their faces. QB Brock Osweiler, Arizona State -- A one-year starter …

FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | Four Downs: NFC East

Football Outsiders is the internet home for Innovative Statistics and Intelligent Analysis of professional and college football. Our writers, lead by Aaron Schatz, also write Pro Football Prospectus. news: NFL season-opener to be held Wednesday, Sept. 5

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell announced Tuesday that the 2012 season-opening NFL Kickoff game will be played first the first time on a Wednesday in order to avoid a conflict President Barack Obama's Sept. 6 speech at the Democratic National Convention.

2012 NFL Combine: Full combine winners and losers -

Eye on Football - 2012 NFL Combine: Full combine winners and losers