Where would Leonard Hankerson play? - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Which leads me to the question of 2011 third-round pick Leonard Hankerson, who looked as though he was being groomed as the future No. 1 wide receiver in Washington before last year's hip injury and this spring's signings of Garcon and Josh Morgan. Hankerson is feeling good and believes he'll be a full-go come training camp, but with Moss and Garcon slated to start and the team having invested in Morgan, there remains the issue of where Hankerson could make his impact. He's been working some in the slot, which he says he enjoys.
Last week we debated the Skins defensive line, and I was told by an outsider after praising them that I was taking hits from Trent Williams’ peace pipe. So this week let’s look at ole Silverback and the rest of the offensive line. It’s pretty simple, if you liked them last year you’re in luck. If you didn’t, you’re not. Not much change other than a couple mid round draft picks were added
Though I doubt Washington Redskins’ rookie quarterbacks Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins will be sharing their playbook knowledge with the Dallas Cowboys’ first-round selection, cornerback Morris Claiborne, the three are expected to spend a whole lot of time together next week That’s because the NFL for the first time has decided to divide the rookies by conference for next week’s Rookie Symposium in Aurora, Ohio, meaning the Redskins’ 2012 rookie class will get the opportunity to get an early look at their NFC East foes.
Washington Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan used his experience coaching the ‘South’ in the Senior Bowl earlier this spring to his advantage when drafting players this past April. Former Texas Longhorn linebacker Keenan Robinson played for Shanahan in that game and hit it off with the coach. And when Washington called his name on draft day, the opportunity to play alongside London Fletcher and Robert Griffin III added extra excitement for Robinson.
Bobby Mitchell Hall Of Fame Golf Classic, July 14-15
The Bobby Mitchell Hall of Fame Golf Classic will celebrate 22 years of success over the July 14-15 weekend, when 50 Hall of Famers descend on Lansdowne Resort. Hall of Fame inductees from the 2012 class will include Jack Butler, Dermontti Dawson, Chris Doleman, Cortez Kennedy and Willie Roaf, joining tournament mainstays like Darrell Green, Larry Little, Oscar Robertson and Sonny Jurgensen.
Elfin: Redskins Fans Won’t Be Falling In Love With The 2nd-String QB This Year " CBS DC
Redskins fans have a storied history of falling in love with backup quarterbacks, much as they did when they favored John Beck over Grossman, Todd Collins over Jason Cambell, and Colt Brennan over everyone. But coming off an 20-interception season, you don't have to worry about the re-signed Rex Grossman getting the fan vote over newly-minted starter Robert Griffin III.
Washington Redskins: The Story of RB Antwon Bailey’s Road to Ashburn (Part 1) | Cowboys Vs. Redskins
Antwon Bailey, a local favorite, has been working out with the Washington Redskins throughout the 2012 off-season. Bailey signed with the Redskins after the draft as a rookie free agent. The Landover, Maryland native already knows a good bit about hard work, but understands to succeed at the NFL level will take even more. I had the chance to ask Bailey a few questions and will have his responses in a series of blogs spotlighting the RB’s road to Washington.
Moss: 'I'm loving how I feel right now' - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
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NFL Videos: REP: Kim Kardashian shows interest in RG3
On the latest edition of "The Rich Eisen Podcast", "30 Rock" executive producer Jack Burditt talks about Kim Kardashian's interest in Robert Griffin III at a recent taping of the hit NBC show
Jenkins could be key to improved pass rush
Jarvis Jenkins' return from injury could be the key to making the Redskins' front seven a true force to be reckoned with.
Labor pains: The NFL/NFLPA dynamic, and when good faith goes bad | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Shutdown Corner: One ancillary benefit of, or detriment to, the New Orleans Saints' bounty punishments and the NFL's handling of them, is that there is an increasing sense that the NFL Players' Association either didn't fight hard enough for a hand in …
Refs accuse NFL of unfair bargaining tactic - The Insider - The Washington Post
Season is drawing closer with no deal between NFL and locked out officials.