Robert Griffin III's arm has already earned legendary status at Redskins camp - Yahoo! Sports
From Yahoo! Sports: The rookie quarterback has made a strong impression in workouts, zipping passes 70 yards while rolling to his left.
Breaking down the difference between Hall and Wilson | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
One of the biggest debates among Redskins fans is who is the better starting cornerback, DeAngelo Hall or Josh Wilson. Now this focus is on coverage ability, but in fairness DeAngelo Hall has become a far better run defender, which is a nice plus for him.
HomerMcFanboy " getting to know pierre garçon
During the 2009 and 2010 seasons, receiver Pierre Garçon caught a combined 114 passes for 1,549 yards with 10 touchdowns for the Indianapolis Colts. He wasn’t the go-to weapon, but he put up respectable numbers while catching passes from a first ballot Hall of Famer.
The Redskins Blog | Tour: Virginia Beach And Busch Gardens
Appearing for the Redskins were Fred Dean, Frank Grant, Clarence Vaughn, Stephen Bowen, Nick Sundberg, Niles Paul, Darrion Scott, Markus White and Doug Worthington.
Kirk Cousins quietly gets to work - The Insider - The Washington Post
While Robert Griffin III juggles the demands of his stardom with the rigors of learning the NFL game, the Redskins’ other rookie quarterback is learning the ropes without much fanfare.
Report: Redskins part ways with Torrence
The 30-year-old corner signed with the Redskins in April
Washington Redskins defensive end Jarvis Jenkins is starting over with a healthy knee - The Washington Post
Redskins defensive end Jarvis Jenkins is having an impressive spring after he missed last season with a knee injury.
Redskins receiver Garcon strives to be Griffin's prime target - Washington Times
Pierre Garcon is constantly on the rise. In five years, he has gone from playing at a little-known Division III school in Ohio to facing the possibility of being an NFL team's go-to receiver.
Interest in Talib For the Redskins? | Hog Blogs
So word today, is that the Redskins have interest in Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Aqib Talib. Obviously Raheem Morris knows as well as anyone the skill set
Jammal Brown must toe the line - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
By Ray Frager Jammal Brown needs to walk the walk. In his article that also dealt with the apparently popular topic of the Redskins tackle’s use of yoga, The Washington Times’ Rich Campbell wrote about how Brown has had to adjust the way his feet point when he moves.
By Ben Standig Yesterday, Rich Tandler touched on the big plays expected out of high priced free agent Pierre Garcon. The other notable receiver signee, Josh Morgan, is not 100%, but has time to heal before camp. Same goes for 6-foot-3 Leonard Hankerson, who spent Thursday's OTA doing individual drills on the side as the team takes a cautious approach with the rising second-year target even though his injured hip has healed.
If Jim Haslett doesn't get the Redskins' defense up to speed, his replacement could already be on the coaching staff. Also, a surprise roster pick, the Talib question, and a look ahead.
Expectations are high, but the pass rusher is not about to let individual hype trump team defense.
Kirk Cousins became the first Washington Redskins rookie quarterback to sign a contract this season.
"It’s the old cliche: Your linemen are your best friends. They protect you," the wise-beyond-his-years rookie said Thursday after offseason practice at Redskins Park. "If you can be good friends with them, show them that you care about ’em, they’ll pass protect harder for you."
Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall spent most of his time covering wide receivers on the perimeter last season. He primarily lined up at left cornerback, starting all 16 games.
When NFL owners and players were at the bargaining table last summer, among the contentious issues being negotiated were enhancing the benefits for former players. As the two sides hammered out details to the new collective bargaining agreement, they agreed to create a legacy fund, a pool of about $620 million that was intended to boost the pensions of the 4,700 players who left the game before 1993.