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Washington Redskins Training Camp Schedule 2012 " CBS DC
The Washington Redskins training camp schedule has been released. The team will welcome fans to Redskins Park for the first time on Thursday, July 26.

The Redskins Blog | Projecting Griffin III’s Rookie Season
"He can raise the play of everyone around him," Joyner said. "So you could give him a great receiver and he could be productive, but you could give him solid receivers. And I think the Redskins have upgraded their receiving core dramatically. I think he could run as much as you want him to — so he could do things of that nature. I think he could get 500 yards rushing. I think he’s got about a 20 percent chance, maybe 30 percent chance to break some of Newton’s passing records last year."

Redskins secondary: A #BloggerBlitz video - NFC East Blog - ESPN
In this week's edition of the ever-popular Blogger Blitz series, your humble NFC East blogger discusses what he saw from the Washington Redskins'

Using Players to Their Strengths: Defensive Edition | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
Yesterday I looked at how to best utilize some of the offensive players, and today I’ll focus on how to get the most out of the Redskins defenders.

The Redskins Blog | 10 For 80: LaVar Arrington
He chose to wear No. 56 to pay tribute to Pro Bowl linebackers Lawrence Taylor and Thomas "Hollywood" Henderson. So selecting that number could bring lofty expectations for any rookie. Turns out LaVar Arrington didn’t disappoint.

RG3: Playbook 'is a foreign language right now' - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
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Many ex-Redskins among those suing NFL over effects of brain injuries - Washington Times
"You covered up your hurts. Is that smart or is that stupid?" Len Hauss said. "In 1965, I thought it was pretty smart. They thought you were invincible. Thirty-five years later, looking back you think, 'Damn, I wish I wouldn't have played in that game.' "

Gomes looking at a crowded safety picture - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
A fifth-round pick in last year’s draft, Gomes played enough to get his feet very wet in 2011. He appeared in 15 games, getting in on defense in eight of them. Gomes’ first start came in Week 11 against the Cowboys and he played 74 of the 77 defensive snaps, posting seven tackles, three assists, and two quarterback hurries.

Throwbacks: Joe Gibbs coaches wide receivers in 1990 - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
To kick off a series highlighting old but great D.C. sports photos, here’s some tight-shirted Skins action from 22 years ago.

Putting the class of '11 to work - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The Redskins will be brining back all 12 members of the draft class of 2011 this year. Which players will have the same role as they did in 2011, which will have increased responsibilities and which will have diminished roles this year? After OTA’s and minicamp, here is how it shakes out:

Shanahan: Defense 'happens with the pass rush'
Mike Shanahan tells Larry Michael that getting a good pass rush is the key to playing solid defense and creating turnovers.

The Sports Menu's NFL Draft Day Fan Blast w/Dan Vollmayer - YouTube
Dan Vollmayer from "The Sports Menu" hits the streets on The NFL's Draft Day weekend to interview the sane and not so sane fans of some of the NFL's 32 teams.Thought I would share this, I thought it was highly amusing!