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Daily Slop: RGIII Says D.C. is ‘Hungry for Success’; Will the Redskins Utilize Two TE Sets More In 2012?


Robert Griffin III (Podcast) Redskins - ESPN
Redskins QB Robert Griffin III talks about Washington's offseason, his goals for his rookie season, managing expectations, fantasy football, Mike Shanahan and more.

RGIII says D.C. is ‘hungry for success’ - DC Sports Bog
Redskins quarterback says "the possibilities are endless" in Washington, which is better than "either 7-9 or 8-8."

Bullet points: A big year for Davis
Fred Davis needs to take the next step for the Redskins. Also, will Brees be there Week 1?

Will the Redskins Utilize Two TE Sets More In 2012? | Fanspeak
Last year it was expected that the Redskins would utilize more of a two tight end look, to maximize the effectiveness of their weapons Chris Cooley and Fred Davis. Unfortunately an injury plagued season for Chris Cooley and season that was cut short due to suspension for Fred Davis wrecked those plans.

Report: Washington Redskins Inquire About Larry Lumpkin Before NFL Supplemental Draft " CBS DC
The Washington Redskins were one of 19 teams to inquire about former Alabama A&M linebacker Larry Lumpkin, who has made himself available for Thursday's supplemental NFL draft.

Robert Griffin III not interested in Kim Kardashian -
Kim Kardashian's fancy for professional athletes will not continue with Robert Griffin III. According to the young Redskins QB, who's currently engaged, there's nothing there.

The Redskins Blog | Bruce Allen: Take Names Off Jerseys
If Bruce Allen had his way, the Washington Redskins would return to the days of the pre-1970s NFL — at least when it comes to team uniforms. Allen — the Redskins’ executive vice president and general manager — touched on the topic Monday in his Sports Illustrated column, in which he offers this as his "Contrarian Viewpoint Of The Week:" "Take the names off the back of the jerseys," Allen wrote.

The Redskins Blog | ‘Which One Of You Guys Are RGIII?’
Redskins’ rookie guard Adam Gettis explained Monday how overzealous fans can sometimes get it wrong in their autograph hunts. Gettis was interviewed by Hogs Haven’s Kevin Ewoldt, who asked if he had any dirt on Redskins’ rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III that fans don’t know.

FedEx Field will soon be one of the 10 oldest NFL stadiums
In a few years FedEx Field will be one of the 10 oldest NFL stadiums; is replacing it anywhere on the horizon?

The Redskins Blog | Griffin III Wants To Know ‘Why?’
Griffin III on Monday night sent a series of tweets to various Redskins teammates with the theme of "#KnowYourWhy" in an apparent effort to learn what drives them in life and in football.

Josh Gordon, former Baylor Bears WR, reportedly ran 4.52 40-yard dash at pro day - ESPN

Former Baylor wide receiver Josh Gordon ran a 4.52 40-yard dash in front of representatives from 21 teams at his pro day Tuesday, according to the Houston Chronicle.

Reviewing the preseason mags - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
As I wrote yesterday, my first step in pre-training camp prep for the upcoming season was to study the Las Vegas’ odds. Step No. 2? Plunk down $50 at the local bookstore for a stack of preview magazines so you don’t have to, assuming, of course, you’re only interested in the CliffsNotes version. Here’s a brief on the four previews I picked up: Athlon Sports Redskins’ predicted finish in NFC East: Last. Money quote: "The Redskins...

Will RG3 get enough ground support?
While there is good reason to think that Robert Griffin III is talented enough to lead the Redskins to a solid season, some are questioning if he will get enough help from his running backs.

Redskins Upload: Richmond, Football, Family
A lot of people ask what the difference is, because we spend from seven in the morning to pretty close to 10 at night, at the facility. When you do have some downtime, you get to spend it in the hotel or spend it in the dormitory. Players just spend more time together. "In my experience over the years—even though it’s only three weeks— it’s really a great time to bond together and for teammates to get to know each other."