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"Stuck in the Middle With You": Why Will Montgomery needs to remain the Redskins Starting Center | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
One of the more popular offseason theories among Redskin fans, is to replace starting center Will Montgomery. There are a couple contenders for fans to replace Montgomery, but most of the attention has focused on two rookies: 3rd rounder Josh LeRibeus and 5th rounder Adam Gettis. This is despite the fact that neither rookie played center in college. To start either one of these guys over Will Montgomery would be a huge mistake and would likely hinder any progress this offense will make next season.

Ex-Redskins not thriving elsewhere
In a change from recent history, Redskins players released by Mike Shanahan are not turning into key cogs with their new teams.

Josh Wilson says Redskins D are making plays
Josh Wilson says #Redskins D are making plays (VIDEO)

Elfin: Yoga Regimen Gives Jammal Brown New Lease On Body " CBS DC
Jammal Brown has been riddled with nagging hip injuries since coming to Washington via a trade with the Saints. But in a year that is dependent on a more stable offensive line and the new task of protecting a rookie quarterback, Brown has looked to yoga to provide him with a new lease on his body.

Washington Redskins - Begins July 28 - 2012 NFL Training Camp Schedules - Photos - SI.com
No. 2 overall pick Robert Griffin III has been grabbing all of the headlines coming into the Redskins Park training camp. Fans and coaches alike hope he translates more into a Cam Newton type than a Vince Young.

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Opportunity To Compete Enough For Veteran Neil Rackers - Redskins Journal
"I feel great," Rackers said. "I’ve been hitting the ball strong. In Houston, I guess, I got the rap that I was getting weaker because of the Baltimore 50-yarder [in the divisional round of the AFC playoffs] that hit off the bottom bar, but I cut it. It doesn’t give you a weak leg. You didn’t make good ball contact. You know, I feel great. I’m hitting the ball well. My kickoffs are flying as deep as ever and I’m ready to go to work."

Neil Rackers’s impressive mustache - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
The Redskins kicker joins the ranks of D.C. athletes with cool facial hair.

Capital Punishment with Washington Redskins Lorenzo Alexander and Kedric Golston with Guest - Redskins Wide Receiver Terrence Austin
Capital Punishment with Washington Redskins Lorenzo Alexander and Kedric Golston with Guest – Redskins Wide Receiver Terrence Austin. Topics were Redskins mini-camp report, the NBA Finals, Boxing, and a friendly debate on which team was better. The Dream Team vs The Redeem Team? You [...]

Russ Grimm fortunate, as many NFL coaches lack time with family | ProFootballTalk
One of the sad realities of the coaching business is that it doesn’t leave much time to be a dad. The hours are long, and the work intense. There are coaches who have had their wives’ C-sections scheduled for Mondays so they could be there for the birth of their children (since that didn’t ...

The Redskins Blog | Darrell Green’s Son Gives NFL A Shot
"He should have been drafted, I truly believe that," Darrell Green said. "But he’s taking the beltway around. And that’s OK. But he’s worked and worked and now he’s going to have to keep working."

Film breakdown: All aboard the Evan Royster train – Blogging the bEast
It’s kind of crazy that Evan Royster is Penn State’s all-time leader rusher, and he was drafted in the 6th round. Paired with the shifty, speedy Roy Helu, the Redskins may have a nice 1-2 punch at RB on their hands.