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Redskins File Grievance Against NFL And NFLPA Over $36 Million Salary Cap Adjustment " CBS DC
Two weeks ago, the NFL docked the Washington Redskins $36 million and the Dallas Cowboys $10 million in salary cap for actions taken during an uncapped season.

I'm not sure John Mara should be talking - NFC East Blog - ESPN
PALM BEACH, Fla. -- Don't get me wrong. I'm grateful to New York Giants owner John Mara for stopping Sunday afternoon in the Breakers lobby to talk to news: Redskins, Fletcher deal talks reportedly stalling due to penalty
Reportedly, the salary cap hit the Redskins endured when the NFL punished them for pushing spending into the uncapped year to save money under the cap in 2011 and '12 is the cause for the delay.

Redskins Return To DC: No Future Talks Scheduled Between Team And City Officials - CBS DC
Mayor Gray said city officials have only met with the Redskins once about the matter. No future meetings have been scheduled.

Redskins get significantly younger through one week of free agency and may get younger still, but are they better? – Blogging the bEast

Mara says Redskins, Cowboys are lucky they didn’t lose draft picks | ProFootballTalk
The Redskins and the Cowboys have filed a grievance challenging the imposition of cap penalties against the franchises for accounting in the uncapped year.

The Redskins Blog | Josh Morgan And The Harlem Globetrotters

Redskins and Cowboys file grievance against NFL; Giants’ owner unintentionally helps them out | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Shutdown Corner: Yahoo! Sports

Cosell deems RG3 a "superior arm talent and natural passer" to Luck | ProFootballTalk
ESPN's Merril Hoge caused a stir last week when he advised the Colts to draft Baylor's Robert Griffin III over Stanford's Andrew Luck with the first pick in the draft.

Washington Redskins Go From Beck Vs Grossman To Luck Vs RG3 - NFL Spin Zone
What a difference a year makes. This time last year, Washington DC was in the beginning of the most mediocre quarterback competition the NFL has eve

Washington Redskins, It's Time to Re-sign London Fletcher : Washington Redskins
It's truly unfortunate the Washington Redskins have not found a way to re-sign London Fletcher. He deserves more respect than this.

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Grossman Wants to Help Tutor Rookie QB

Hey Indy… Don’t Take our Swagger Please! | Ball Hogs Radio
Ever since the Indianapolis Colts season started spiraling out of control in 2011, the suck for Luck mantra has been echoed from inside Lucas Oil all the

RT's 5: Redskins, Fletcher running out of options - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Rich Tandler’s five things possible related to the Washington Redskins and other matters.

Four projected starters to be free agents in 2013
Could the salary cap penalty squeeze some veteran players out of the picture? Rich Tandler takes a look.

'Stuck with Luck?'
If the Colts do indeed RG3 with the 1st overall pick, will Washington be disappointed with the option of Andrew Luck? news: Mayock: Colts set for 'healthy conversation' on RG3
The Colts were on hand to watch QB Robert Griffin III put on a killer display at Baylor's Pro Day. Of course, they're taking Andrew Luck, right? Mike Mayock says it's time for a "healthy conversation."

Lem Barney never would have played had he known of concussions | National Football Post
Hall of Fame Lions cornerback part of lawsuit

Sean Payton's suspension the talk of the NFL owners meetings - Peter King -
PALM BEACH, Fla. -- New Orleans coach Sean Payton arrives at the NFL owners meetings this morning, with only seven days left in his 2012 season. Starting next Monday, Payton will begin his year-long suspension for looking the other way and, commissioner Roger Goodell ruled last week, tacitly approving the out-of-bounds bounty scandal and then misleading the league about it.

Warren Sapp delves into reporting; draws ire of NFL Network - Richard Deitsch -

You don't have to read between the lines to get a sense of how close Warren Sapp was to losing his NFL Network gig. The network's executives on Friday afternoon were blunt about it. "We decided not to fire Warren," said Mark Quenzel, senior vice president of programming and production.

Domonique Foxworth elected president of NFL Players Association - The Insider - The Washington Post

Domonique Foxworth succeeds retired center Kevin Mawae.

2011 Pass Rushing Productivity: Edge Rushers |

PFF's Khaled Elsayed breaks down 2011's most impressive edge rushers using our Signature Stat: Pass Rushing Productivity.