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Daily Slop: Bowen Channels Tragedy To Help Others; Did the Redskins Make the Right Call on D Hall?

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Redskins email report: Why Adam Carriker anxious to return; notes |
"Mike and Kyle [Shanahan] believe there are five players on every team that are elite. They think Fred’s one of them. They want him back. They might down play it. He has more value to them than anyone else. He fits exactly what they want."

RGIII Is a Funny Guy, He Photobombs Ken Starr " CBS DC
Robert Griffin III is making a splash for photobombing Baylor president Ken Starr. Yes, that Ken Starr.

Brandon Banks Drawing ‘Significant Interest’ " CBS DC
Free agent return specialist Brandon Banks is drawing 'significant interest' from a number of NFL teams according to a league source.

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The Redskins Blog | Bowen Channels Tragedy To Help Others
It was June 2011, shortly before signing with the Redskins, that Bowen and his wife Tiffany gave birth to twin boys, Stephen Jr. and Skyler. The boys were born prematurely at just 24 weeks, and entered immediately into the fight of their young lives. Weeks later, Skyler developed an infection that his underdeveloped immune system was unable to fight, and he passed away. Understanding how fortunate they were cover the medical and funeral costs of their child, Stephen and Tiffany developed a plan to turn their loss into a saving grace for others. That was the inspiration behind the Skyler’s Gift Foundation, which officially launched on Nov. 17, 2012, to coincide with World Prematurity Day.

Redskins compiling right tackle options - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The Washington Redskins have signed Jeremy Trueblood, an offensive tackle formerly of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Redskins fans want to know who he

Washington Redskins Free Agency Plan: Bargain Shopping Part 2 | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog

Yesterday I looked at some offensive options, today I will look at some various defenders that the Redskins could potentially sign for cheap contracts. Given

Point-Counterpoint: Did the Redskins make the right call on Hall? | CSN Washington

Was releasing Hall and starting fresh at the position the way to go? Or should the Redskins have negotiated with Hall to figure out a way he could have stayed at a price that both sides cold have lived with? Rich Tandler and Tarik El-Bashir debate the question in this week’s edition of Point-Counterpoint.

Trueblood takes a shot at some Bucs fans on the way out - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

New Redskins tackle Jeremy Trueblood evidently had some fans of his former team, the Bucs, taking shots at him on Twitter after he signed his contract. This morning he fired a parting shot down to the Tampa-St. Petersburg area: Amazed by the Buc "fans" that talk smack, must be the 1s that sell their tickets 4 the big games to the opposing teams FANS #SAYit2myFACE — Jeremy Trueblood (@jeremyTRUEblood) March 15, 2013

Need to know: Fitting a big deal in a tight cap - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

Here is what you need to know on this Friday, March 15, 41 days before the NFL draft. Fitting a big deal in a tight cap A lot of fans are wondering how the Redskins (since they can’t rely on getting immediate help in the draft) will be able to afford to sign a cornerback, a safety, and Fred Davis or another tight end if he goes elsewhere. And even though the numbers at this moment show them with less...

Eagles add Kenny Phillips, Cary Williams - NFC East Blog - ESPN

Desperately needing to rebuild their secondary, the Eagles have added a pair of players who could have a major impact in that area. The Eagles announc

NFL competition committee proposing to eliminate tuck rule (updated)

The NFL’s competition committee will propose the elimination of the controversial "tuck rule" first made famous—or infamous, depending upon one’s perspective—when it helped the New England Patriots and their quarterback, Tom Brady, to a playoff victory en route to a Super Bowl triumph.

NFL leaves open possibility of another Wednesday night season-opening game

The NFL is leaving open the possibility that its season-opening game will be played on a Wednesday night for a second straight year, according to the chairman of its competition committee.