The Redskins Blog | Jenkins Eyeing His Date Of Full Recovery
Jenkins recently observed the six-month anniversary (Aug. 25) of his ACL tear against the Baltimore Ravens, which ended his rookie season prematurely. But before that–and even after that–he has been called one of the top offseason additions of the Shanahan era, and looked to have the makings of a dominant defensive end.
NFL Mock Database
Hogs Haven's mock draft got added to DC Pro Sports Report database of drafts. It's interesting to see all the Redskins picks. There's a Poe, DeCastro, Reiff, Floyd, and even an Osweiler in there.
Should the Redskins do the deal now?
Should the Redskins make the above illustration a reality? There is talk they and the Rams could agree on a trade that would bring Robert Griffin III to D.C. sooner rather than later.
Why Peyton Hillis impacts RG3
The Browns are considered the Redskins a prime competitor for one Robert Griffin III, so reading the daily tea leaves out of Cleveland has become a must. Today, that means focusing on Peyton... Peyton Hillis.
The Washington Redskins went into this past scouting combine with many needs, and they still have plenty of them. One of those needs should NOT be...
Life without London sooner rather than later? - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The Redskins could be going into free agency looking for help at inside linebacker. They had four ILB’s on the roster last year and only one of them is under contract for 2012. Perry Riley, who was promoted into the starting job midway through last season, is entering the third year of his four-year rookie contract he signed as a fourth-round pick out of LSU.
Even Obama follows the NFL Combine
Do manufactured events like the NFL Combine receive too much attention? Perhaps, but the haters cannot pretend that the annual gathering of prospects so NFL personnel can time, poke and prod them is not simply for the gridiron obsessed.
Roster Review: Quarterbacks
With free agency and the NFL Draft fast approaching, Redskins.com breaks down the Redskins' roster position by position. Up next: quarterbacks.
The Redskins Blog | Shanahan Runs In Practice Bubble Daily
The Redskins are still months away from their first opportunity to practice in the shiny new indoor practice facility, but the bubble has already been witness to physical activity.
Five Reasons Why Redskins Should Trade-Up and Draft Robert Griffin III " CBS DC
Redskins beat reporter Grant Paulsen lists five reasons why he thinks the Redskins should trade up to No. 2 to draft Robert Griffin III.
Snead confirms that multiple teams have called about No. 2 pick | ProFootballTalk
Rams G.M. Les Snead has been making the radio rounds in the wake of the Scouting Combine (he'll join PFT Live on Monday). And Snead's talking points include talking about how the Rams have talked to more than one franchise regarding a possible trade of the No. 2 overall pick in the draft.
Team Needs 2012...Washington Redskins | ProFootballFocus.com
Mike Shanahan has had a tough tenure with the Redskins since taking over. Mike Carter points out their 3 biggest concerns and offers solutions via free agency.
Asante Samuel better fit with Redskins than Eagles?
Talk out of Philadelphia in recent days suggests the Eagles are actively looking to move veteran corner Asante Samuel. Considering the 31-year-old's age and salary which jumps up to $9.4 million this coming season - plus the Eagles depth and additional financial commitment at corner - this is hardly shocking news. Whether Andy Reid and company can find a team willing to talk turkey is another matter.
Is Robert Griffin III the QB for the Redskins? Reid, Wise debate - The Insider - The Washington Post
Should the Redskins pony up for a chance to draft Robert Griffin III, no matter the price? Post columnists Jason Reid and Mike Wise debate.
2012 NFL Free Agency: Cornerback rankings - CBSSports.com
Eye on Football - 2012 NFL Free Agency: Cornerback rankings
For some teams, Peyton Manning’s cost could be more schematic than financial | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
Since Peyton Manning has already taken the pre-emptive step of allowing for the idea of an incentive-laden contract with his next team (once the Indianapolis Colts almost assuredly bail on his $28 million roster bonus next week),
Mike Mayock, Todd McShay believe Ryan Tannehill could go in the first ten picks - The Insider - The Washington Post
Even though Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill has only 19 college starts at quarterback and could not work out at the NFL Scouting Combine last week, NFL draft analysts Mike Mayock and Todd McShay expect to see him taken in the top 10 of April’s draft.