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Daily Slop : Lorenzo Alexander Taking Reps At Tight End; Roy Helu can be "Jr." Again


Washington Redskins: Lorenzo Alexander Taking Reps At Tight End " CBS DC
The Washington Redskins could have Lorenzo Alexander making yet another position switch, this time back to tight end.

RG3 trademarks name, 'Unbelievably Believable' tag -
Redskins fans believe in Robert Griffin III, and we're starting to gain a sense of just how confident the rookie QB is about his future. He's already trademarked himself.

Redskins hope to repeat successful succession with Robinson
The Redskins drafted Keenan Robinson with an eye towards 2014. That is when London Fletcher is likely to retire and Robinson could be the player to take his place.

Roster Younger, Deeper Heading Into 2012
The Redskins were coming off of a 4-12 season in 2009, and needed more than cosmetic changes. From the original 53-man roster that Shanahan inherited, only 12 players remain with the team.

The Redskins Blog | Compton Adjusts To Balmy D.C. Weather
"We had pretty nasty (winters). … You won’t really be able to drive much when it’s that cold. The best thing to do is stay inside. Yeah, you’ve got to walk everywhere when it’s that bad."

Is this the first Redskins RGIII tattoo? - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Image appears to show that the creepy love of a quarterback with zero career NFL pass attempts has gone to the next level.

Meet Mr. Morris - Burgundy Blog [On the Washington Redskins]
Meet Mr. Morris Shanny’s sneaky selection of unheralded running back Alfred Morris kind of flew under the radar on Draft Day 3, what with everyone freaking out about Kirk Cousins and all. Now that the...

The Redskins Blog | James "Butter Pecan" Lee: Battle Tested
From a rough upbringing, to transferring from a national championship-contending college football program to a small, Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) school, to meandering off and on active NFL rosters, the 26-year-old Lee can certainly boast an unusual path to Washington.

Rookie preview: Jordan Bernstine - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Bernstine offers versatility – played both safety positions and corner at Iowa – and a big hitting presence. Size is legitimate and is combined with 4.4 speed. Primarily a strong safety last season, he started 11 games for the Hawkeyes and recorded a career-high 15 tackles against Michigan.

Ranking RG3, Davis among fantasy keepers
How high or low do you go when ranking the Redskins quarterback and tight end among their fantasy counterparts

Helu can be "Jr." again
It appears that the league is changing its policy, at least on a case by case basis. Running back Roy Helu is named after his father and at Nebraska, he wore "Helu Jr." on the back of his Cornhuskers jersey.

Rookie Camp with Washington Redskins 'Comfortable,' 'Familiar' for Former Michigan State Spartans WR Keith Nichol - Yahoo! Sports
"It's all about being patient and jumping on those opportunities when I get them," said the former Michigan State Spartans wide receiver who went undrafted in the 2012 NFL Draft.

On John Beck, Texans finally listen to Kyle Shanahan | ProFootballTalk
Last year, as the Redskins were trying to justify entrusting the quarterback position to Rex Grossman and John Beck, offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan claimed that he stood on the table for John Beck in the days preceding the 2007 draft. (Texand G.M.

What were NFL's most 'unbelievably believable' plays? -
Robert Griffin III trademarked the phrase "unbelievably believable,' which got Adam Rank thinking about which plays in NFL history best fit that description.

What statistical metrics were the NFC East teams in the "Bottom 10″ in the NFL? – Blogging the bEast

Vegas sportsbooks release NFL spreads for every game through Week 16 | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
If you're the type of person who's already interested in the line for the Week 8 game between the Chicago Bears and Carolina Panthers -- and, let's face it; you're on Shutdown Corner on a Wednesday afternoon four months from …

NFL to look for replacement officials as negotiations continue -
As the NFL negotiates a new labor deal with its officials, the league has initiated contingency plans to find potential replacements for the 2012 season.