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Daily Slop : Ken Harvey to Represent Redskins on Second Day of NFL Draft; Will Chris Cooley Survive?

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The Redskins Blog | Fletcher: Can’t Go Wrong With RG3, Luck

RGIII Shrugs Off Donovan McNabb's Criticism Of Mike Shanahan And Washington Redskins " CBS DC
Just a few weeks ago Donovan McNabb said Robert Griffin III wouldn't be a good fit for the Washington Redskins and Mike Shanahan.

Ken Harvey to represent Redskins on second day of NFL draft - The Insider - The Washington Post
He will announce Redskins’ third round pick.

Niles to Meet You - Burgundy Blog [On the Washington Redskins]
Niles to Meet You The Redskins’ wide receiver situation was a little unusual last year. They drafted three and rostered as many as nine at a time, and yet it was often unclear which ones would start...

The Redskins Blog | Bryan Kehl Adds Speed, Smarts, Depth news: Former Jaguars, Jets, Redskins QB Mark Brunell plans to retire
Quarterback Mark Brunell is planning to retire, the Florida Times-Union reported Monday.

Markus White Eager to 'Get On the Field'
"For the most part, I’m ready to get on the field," White said. "No matter what, I know I’m always going to bring my 'A' game as much as I can. I always enjoy going out there and having fun."

Redskins depth chart: A pre-draft look – Blogging the bEast

Point-Counterpoint: Will Cooley survive?
Will the longest-tenured Redskin find himself a victim of age and the salary cap? Or does he have enough left to make the team in 2012? Rich Tandler and Ben Standig debate. Blogs " Blog Archive Better situation: Luck or RG3?

Shanahan draft history: Defensive back - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Mike Shanahan has been the primary talent selector in 15 drafts with the Denver Broncos (1995-2008) and for two with the Redskins (2010-11). How well has he performed?

RG3 reaches for greatness

The heart of the Luck vs. RG3 debate ultimately lies in throwing ability.

Redskins' needs go beyond franchise quarterback - Washington Times

The Washington Redskins will address the franchise's greatest need Thursday night when they use the second-overall draft pick to select a quarterback, almost certainly Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III. Don't be surprised to hear choruses of "Hallelujah!" echo through the area around 8:30 p.m.

Redskins draft radar: OT Nate Potter

The Boise State All-American served as Kellen Moore's blindside protector, but likely would move to right tackle in the NFL

Welcome Home Josh Morgan | -The D.C. Sports Chat-

Washington Redskins Already Making Use Of New Practice Bubble | Football News Now

he Washington Redskins are already getting use out of their new practice bubble. Without any public fanfare or wide-spread media coverage, the team quietly got in a session inside the newly erected dome at Redskins Park during a rainstorm last week.

2012 NFL draft: Redskins’ defensive needs include safeties, cornerbacks - The Washington Post
Team is expected to draft more for offense, but safeties and cornerbacks are high on Washington’s list.

The Redskins Blog | Brandyn Thompson Scouts His Alma Mater

NFL increases offseason roster limit to 90 players - The Insider - The Washington Post
The roster increase, up from 80 players, will take effect on Tuesday.

Veteran safety Brian Dawkins retiring from NFL - Washington Times

Brian Dawkins says his head told him to retire, not his neck.

Re-Drafting the 2009 First Round |

Khaled Elsayed breaks down the 2009 draft for each NFL team and maximizes who they should have taken at that point for the future. news: Mike Mayock's top 100 NFL draft prospect rankings
With the 2012 NFL Draft just days away, Mike Mayock unveiled his top 100 prospect rankings, and Syracuse DE Chandler Jones cracks the top 10.

Sources: New Orleans Saints' Mickey Loomis could eavesdrop on opposing coaches during home games - ESPN
The U.S. Attorney's Office in Louisiana was told Friday that New Orleans Saints general manager Mickey Loomis had an electronic device in his Superdome suite re-wired to enable him to eavesdrop on visiting coaching staffs for nearly three NFL seasons.

Haslett has no knowledge of eavesdropping in New Orleans | ProFootballTalk
From 2002 through 2004, Saints G.M. Mickey Loomis allegedly had the ability to monitor communications involving the opposing coaching staff during games played at the Superdome. The man who coached the team during that period of time says he has no knowledge of any such activities.