A few thoughts on the Redskins offseason - Washington Times
QB Robert Griffin III’s speed getting outside the pocket on keepers the most notable element of his game is to this point, based on what little we’ve seen of him. After watching Rex Grossman run the offense for a year, it seems as though someone hits the fast-forward button when Griffin bursts to the perimeter.
Redskins fans cruising town with anti-Cowboys plates - NFL.com
You can't get anything you want on a vanity license plate in Maryland, but you can rip the Cowboys all you want.
What player will be the defensive x-factor for the Redskins? (non- London Fletcher) | Fanspeak
A couple weeks ago, I looked at who might be the Redskins offensive X-factor, so I figured I should go back and look at who the defensive X-factor might be. While including London Fletcher could make for some interesting debate, I figured looking beyond the heart and soul of the team.
Brian Banks draws interest from NFL suitors - The Insider - The Washington Post
Former prep football star Brian Banks had been in prison since 2002 before being exonerated last week.
RG3 pressing 'fast-forward button' at 'Skins practice - NFL.com
Robert Griffin III's speed to get outside of the pocket has loosened up the Redskins' offense like it hasn't been before, according to those observing practice.
Mike Shanahan faces more pressure than RG3 in D.C. - NFL.com
Think Robert Griffin III feels the pressure to perform? Try Redskins coach Mike Shanahan, who has one fewer win than his predecessor, Jim Zorn, roughly $1.3 million per win.
Top 10 Most Popular DC Sports Stars | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
The Washington DC pro sports scene has drastically changed in the past 24 months. Even though its teams have not had the success its fans have waited for, new franchise stars have arrived and now call DC their home. And with them brings new hope to the Redskins and Nationals. Some promise to the future of the Wizards and the hope the Capitals can take the next step forward.
The Redskins Blog | ‘Sky’s The Limit’ For Kerrigan in 2nd Year
After a rookie season in which he totaled 7.5 sacks, four forced fumbles, intercepted an Eli Manning pass and returned it for a touchdown and played every defensive snap the entire year, Redskins’ fans are excited about the potential of outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan as he heads into Year 2.
The Redskins Blog | Video: OTAs Hit Halfway Point
The Washington Redskins on Wednesday participated in their fifth round of organized team activities for the 2012 season at Redskins Park. Our crew from Redskins.com TV was there to catch some of the action.
Former Redskins QB Tony Banks joins the guys to talk about his time with Washington
The Redskins Blog | Hog: ‘I Just Wanted To Thank The Fans’
He may not have the name recognition of some other original members of The Hogs, the Redskins’ talented and famous offensive line of the 1980s and early 1990s, but Fred Dean was just as important of a piece as anybody to the Redskins’ first-ever Super Bowl title in the 1982 season.
Former USC recruit, exonerated convict, to tryout for Redskins - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
By Kellie Cowan Former USC recruit Brian Banks is expected to tryout with the Redskins, according to ESPN. Banks, a middle linebacker at Long Beach Polytechnic High School, had his football career cut short in 2002 when he plead no contest to a schoolmate's false accusation of rape at the age of 17.
Twenty days after the Redskins kicked off their 80th Anniversary campaign, the drive to select the next '10 for 80' fan vote is well underway.
The Redskins take the field for OTA No. 6 today and all eyes, of course, will be on RG3 as he absorbs the Shanahan offense. But Chris Cooley, DeAngelo Hall, and others will be under the microscope as well.
Since the Redskins have some cap space left, we're compiling a list of the viable and emergency options among remaining NFL free agents. Today, linebackers
I respectfully disagree with one aspect of this otherwise fine gallery Jeff Chadiha has put together of the NFL's top 10 wide receivers. There's one N
Last week, Special Master Stephen Burbank ruled that the Cowboys and Redskins have no basis under the 2011 Collective Bargaining Agreement to challenge the agreement between the league and the NFLPA to remove $46 million in combined salary cap space from the two franchises. But there was a catch.