The Redskins Blog | Anniversary Uniforms: 1994 Version
When the Redskins take the field this season for two games wearing their 80th Anniversary Uniforms, it actually won’t be the first time a version of that uniform has been worn in recent memory. The team also wore a version of the same uniforms Sept. 25, 1994, in a home game vs. the Atlanta Falcons at Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium, and we’ve dug up photos from that day.
Real talk: Keenan Robinson - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Keenan Robinson speaks after last week's rookie minicamp"
"And the reason I’m so high on him is I’ve studied him, I’ve watched him, day in, day out. Not only is he a great athlete, a great thrower and a great runner, but he’s a natural leader. He has the things that you look for, and that’s how you build a franchise. So if you can surround a quarterback with people that believe and work extremely hard, you have a chance to do something special."
LeRibeus is not as athletic as the prototypical Shanahan offensive lineman. He generally looks for linemen who run the 40 in the 5.0-second range. LeRibeus ran it in 5.37 at the combine. Still, he has both a good motor and a nasty streak and he generally finds a way to get his man blocked. He also practiced as the backup center at SMU and Shanahan has said that position flexibility will help players make the team.
Hightower is back with Redskins, and has a point to prove - Washington Times
Tim Hightower lives by the motto "Purpose Driven," and right now his purpose is returning from a serious knee injury and being a productive running back in 2012.
The Redskins Blog | Kerrakpo Digs Anniversary Uniforms
Redskins outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan just couldn’t resist quoting Deion "Primetime" Sanders when asked about the team’s 80th Anniversary Uniforms. "I like them a lot," Kerrigan told CSNWashington.com. "Like Deion Sanders said, ‘Look good, feel good. Feel good, play good.’ So hopefully that amounts to us this year."
RT's 5: A muddled picture at cornerback - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Rich Tandler’s five things possibly related to the Washington Redskins and other matters.
The Redskins Blog | 10 For 80: Pete Wysocki
The Redskins Blog will be profiling several former players, coaches and team officials eligible to be voted by you, the fans, in this year’s Redskins 80th Anniversary celebration. To vote for Pete Wysocki or your 10 other all-timers to join the already-chosen list of the 70 Greatest Redskins, go to http://www.redskins80th.com/
Redskins’ starters shaping up - The Insider - The Washington Post
Most competition for the upcoming season will be at running back, wide receiver and safety.
Washington Redskins: Projected 2012 Starting Lineups | Football Nation
Hopes are high in D.C. but who will be seeing the most time on the field? FN Contributor Shawn Kopf gives us his projected starting lineup for the Washington Redskins.
Injuries are often cited by both coaches and fans as a reason for the Redskins’ 5-11 record in 2011. According to statistics compiled by the folks at Football Outsiders, that excuse holds water to an extent but there are some major leaks in it.
Thanks for the feedback on the last post. I have been reading through the comments there, and I appreciate the suggestions. Most of them, anyway. Mea
Should Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III start for their respective teams in 2012? What about Ryan Tannehill and Brandon Weeden? Marshall Faulk and Warren Sapp share their thoughts.
Donovan McNabb loses 20 pounds to get back in the league | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
The three biggest reasons that Donovan McNabb is not employed as an NFL quarterback right now are 1) his age, 2) the fact that he hasn't performed that well in recent years, and 3) he's not willing to play anywhere …