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Daily Slop : Shanahan And Dan Snyder Meet Luck At Pro Day; Redskins Hope to Rally Support at League Meetings


Sean Taylor trial set to begin next month - The Insider
Barring a delay at a final hearing April 12, the trial of four men in the 2007 slaying will finally begin.

Mike Shanahan And Dan Snyder Meet Andrew Luck At Pro Day " CBS DC
The Washington Redskins are said to have fallen in love with two players in this year's draft -- Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III.

Redskins hope to rally support at league meetings | ProFootballTalk
Lost but not forgotten (especially for Redskins fans) in the frenetic flow of news over the past few days is the fact that the NFL has stripped $46 million in combined cap space from the Redskins and Cowboys for their spending habits in the uncapped year of 2010.

Ron Jaworski raves about Robert Griffin III’s pro day - DC Sports Bog
ESPN analyst says he believes the Redskins would take RGIII even if they had the top overall pick in the draft.

DC Officials Continue To Lobby For Washington Redskins To Return To City | Football News Now
Mayor Vincent Gray’s quest to return the Washington Redskins to the city which bears its name continued Thursday night.

Meriweather Looks to Re-establish His Game

Elfin: Gregg Williams’ Tactics Were Obvious In Washington " CBS DC
After the hammer was dropped on New Orleans, costing the Saints draft picks, huge financial losses and their head coach for a year, the gun now points to Washington...or does it?

RG3's biggest memory at Baylor was off the field (sort of) - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
By Kellie Cowan WACO, TX -- Robert Griffin will likely never forget his pro day at Baylor: the bright lights of cameras from over 150 media members shining on him, ESPN on site to televise the day live, numerous media outlets on hand ready to go live from Waco, Texas. But it probably won't be Griffin's most lasting memory created inside the Allison Indoor Football Practice Facility. That's because two years ago - before the Heisman, before leading Baylor...

The Redskins Blog | Stallworth’s Impact Bigger Than Numbers

NFL paid heavy price to penalize Redskins, Cowboys - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The NFL was able to "strong-arm" the NFL Players Association into to agreeing to salary cap penalties on the Redskins and Cowboys, according to a report by Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports.

George: NFC East rival Redskins 'can't go wrong' with Robert Griffin III | Dallas Cowboys News - Sports News for Dallas, Texas - SportsDayDFW

Tim Tebow evokes memories of Billy Kilmer, who was just a 'football player' for Washington Redskins and not an internet sensation generations ago - NY Daily News

Billy Kilmer wasn’t a global sensation. No one was striking a pose known as Kilmering. But when Kilmer stepped between the lines from 1961-1978, he was the early version of Tim Tebow.

Robert Griffin III’s romantic, on-field proposal | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports

From the blog Shutdown Corner: Yahoo! Sports

Redskins email report: RG3, Luck worth the hype | Washington Examiner

The Redskins Blog | Anthony Armstrong, Comic Ketchup Artist

Watch These Silly/Funny Robert Griffin III Bloopers For A Smile | Mr. Irrelevant, a D.C. Sports Blog by the Brothers Mottram

Mr. Irrelevant, a D.C. Sports Blog by the Brothers Mottram

Robert Griffin III hugging Mike Shanahan - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post

The two men most responsible for the future of the Redskins shared a few hugs

Senate Committee Calls For Hearing On NFL Bounties " CBS DC

Sen. Dick Durbin is setting up a Judiciary Committee hearing about bounties in the NFL and other major sports in the wake of news that New Orleans Saints players received extra cash for hits that hurt particular opponents.

Roger Goodell talks about lowering the boom on Payton and the Saints | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports

From the blog Shutdown Corner: Yahoo! Sports

Reasons why I feel Demetrius Bell will re-sign with Buffalo - BuffaLowDown - A Buffalo Bills Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

After having a short hiatus as the Bills were getting ready for free agency and the first week of free agency I return to you Bills fans. A lot has changed