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Daily Slop: Chris Cooley's Future With the Redskins is on Hold Amid Outside Interest; A Breakout Year for Hankerson?

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Redskins notes: Shanahan says RG3 won’t return until 100 percent |
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan delivered the same update to the NFL Network that he did for us last week, saying that Robert Griffin III’s recovery is ahead of schedule. But what that means for the future or when he’ll be able to play in a game, Shanahan remains non-committal. Which he should be. There’s no reason whatsoever to rush a player — any player — into action.

A crowded picture at right tackle for the Redskins | CSN Washington

Ranking the Washington Redskins Offensive Tackle Options | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
Taking a look at the Washington Redskins current options for the offensive tackle position.

TE Chris Cooley's future with the Redskins is on hold amid outside interest - Washington Times
"I spoke to his agent here, and there’s some interest in Chris," Allen told the Washington Times. "He might decide to play for another team. I’m not saying he wants to – believe me – but he will always be a Redskin. There’s no about it."

Giants owner John Mara OK with villain status but says he didn't spearhead Redskins salary cap penalty - Washington Times
"That was an issue that was negotiated between the league office and the players’ association," Mara said Tuesday evening after the league’s annual meetings adjourned for the day. "I was not present in any of those sessions, nor did I have anything to do with it. But if they want to continue to make me the villain, so be it."

Gary Kubiak surprised Redskins OC Kyle Shanahan didn't receive more consideration for head coaching jobs - Washington Times
"I was actually surprised he didn’t come up more and have some opportunities because I think he’ll be a great one," Kubiak said Tuesday at the AFC coaches’ breakfast here at the NFL’s annual meetings.

Need to Know: Redskins meet with agent for Rex, Davis - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, March 19, 37 days before the NFL draft. Redskins still working on Davis and Rex A week into free agency, the Redskins are still trying to get their top free agent signed as well as their third-string quarterback. According to a report in the Washington Post, team representatives met with agent Drew Rosenahus, who represents both Fred Davis and Rex Grossman, on Sunday night in Phoenix. Even though there don’t...

Need to Know: A breakout year for Hankerson? - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, March 20, 36 days before the NFL draft. A breakout year for Hankerson? For most, fantasy football is a dead topic this time of year save for some discussion of what impact a wide receiver changing teams or a draft pick ending up in a particular offensive scheme might have. But for others, it’s a full-time business. A lot of their time this time of year, evidently, is spent trying...

Redskins and 'Plan B' free agents - NFC East Blog - ESPN
PHOENIX -- Aqib Talib was a pipe dream, a cornerback solution that wasn't realistic for the Washington Redskins so long as there were other teams bidd

Power Rankings: Mediocrity sets in - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Yeesh. Not one NFC East team in the top 12 in the league? That stings, mid-March Power Rankings. That really stings.

NFC East draft picks, updated with overall order – Blogging the bEast

Dead Money and the Dallas Cowboys - Over the Cap

Dallas Cowboys dead money hits now and in the future

NFL Owners Pass 2 Rules Changes -

The owners outlawed peel-back blocks anywhere on the field; previously, they were illegal only inside the tackle box. A player makes a peel-back block when he is moving toward his goal line, approaches an opponent from behind or the side, and makes contact below the waist