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Daily Slop: No Salary Cap Relief For Redskins; Fred Davis, Redskins Jealous of Ravens Players

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Fred Davis accuser testifies that Redskins are jealous of Ravens |

The woman who is suing Fred Davis says that the incident between them began because Davis was jealous that she was hanging out with Ravens players, not Redskins players. (HogsHaven story to follow)

NFL tells Redskins: No salary cap relief | ESPN NFC East Blog

According to Mark Maske of The Washington Post, a recent series of discussions between the Redskins and the league went nowhere, and the league continues to hold firm in its refusal to reduce or eliminate the penalties.

Free safety market shrinking | CSN Washington - Tarik El-Bashir

Redskins' at the bottom of the barrel for FA safety options.

Redskins’ cap penalty could be dark cloud over NFL annual meetings | Washington Times - Rich Campbell

"Remember, it was at these meetings last year when New York Giants owner John Mara, chairman of the league’s management council, which spearheaded the penalty, told reporters the Redskins violated 'the spirit of the salary cap' during the uncapped 2010 season. 'Quite frankly, I think they’re lucky they didn’t lose draft picks,' he said"

Redskins remain in market for corners | Washington Examiner - John Keim

With no deal for Talib - Redskins still mulling options at corner...including bringing back D Hall

Don't expect any compensatory picks for the Redskins | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

Compensatory picks are expected to be announced today from the league meetings in Arizona. Don't hold your breath that the Redskins will be on the receiving end of any of those.

NFL opts to stick with Thursday night for season opener in Baltimore | Washington Post

No Wednesday night opener to glitch up your fantasy football line-ups

Brent Grimes, Nnamdi Asomugha out of Redskins' price range | SBNation

Cash-strapped Skins can't even take these guys out to dinner.