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Tim Hightower would like to stick with Redskins | National Football Post
Tim Hightower would like to return to the Washington Redskins this coming season.

The Redskins Blog | Bruce Allen: ‘We Want Our Captain Back’
And when it comes to offseason plans and roster composition, the Redskins brass has a history of playing its hand close to the chest. Who stays, who comes and who goes are all a matter of the utmost secrecy.

Under new CBA, football not allowed - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The Redskins and other NFL teams start the first offseason under the new CBA and there are a few peculiarities that the players and coaches will have to get used to.

The Redskins Blog | Fletcher: ‘I Embrace Being A Role Model’
With all of the dangers and pitfalls of human error, I don’t know that I recommend anyone follow any public figure as a character role model. But if there’s one guy worth your time, it would be London Fletcher, who continues to prove that heart, dedication and success can be found off the gridiron as well.

Redskins Were Giants’ Wake-Up Call " CBS Washington
Skins beat reporter Paulsen claims Skins week 15 win was medicine Giants needed.

Fantasy Football: Belichickery and Shanahanigans |
Mike Shanahan and Bill Belichick have wreaked havoc on fantasy owners throughout the years. Should owners continue to be wary?

Redskins Also In Running For Flynn | Total Packers
The Washington Redskins are among three teams rumored to be interested in Green Bay Packers backup quarterback Matt Flynn. The Redskins don't appear to be at the front of the race, though. We break it down right here.

Offseason underway, teams can release players - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The NFL offseason has begun, with 213 days to go until the next football game that counts. For the Redskins and 20 other NFL teams, it started five weeks ago but now that the Super Bowl is over, things will start happening fast.

2012 odds out: Redskins a longshot
LVH SuperBook today released its 2012 Super Bowl odds (the game will be played in February 2013) and the Redskins are one of four teams who are the longest shots on the board at 100-1.

Afternoon Read: Marion Barry - The Paul Revere of Football Tweets? | NBC4 Washington
The Paul Revere of Redskins football critics? Yep, that’s D.C. Council member and former Mayor Marion Barry.

Former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry fires on Daniel Snyder | National Football Post
"DAN SYNDER SUCKS," wrote Barry, who currently serves as a city council member in the city's 8th Ward. Yes, Barry spelled the man's last name wrong. But hey, that can happen to the best of us.

THIS WEEK IN REDSKINS HISTORY: Feb. 6, 1969: St. Vince Hired as Redskins Coach | Redskin Historian
On Feb. 6, 1969, a man dubbed the "second coming" was introduced as the Redskins’ new coach. Vince Lombardi, winner of five NFL titles in Green Bay, was hired to work his magic in the nation’s capital. His Redskins finished 7-5-2 in 1969, his only season in Washington before he passed away from cancer. That year marked the Redskins' first winning season since 1955.

Fantasy Football: Pricing Positions as Asset Classes |
Researches the volatility of different NFL positions in fantasy from one season to the next.

Former Cowboys lineman gets time in trafficking case | National Football Post
Kurt Vollers, an offensive lineman for the Dallas Cowboys and Indianapolis Colts, has been sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for trafficking marijuana. - Report: Alabama CB Kirkpatrick cleared of marijuana possession charges
Top 2012 NFL Draft prospect Dre Kirkpatrick has cleared an obstacle remaining in his path to the NFL. According to a Twitter post from Liz Mullen of SportsBusiness Journal, the marijuana possession charges against the top cornerback have been dismissed.