Redskins meeting with veteran DB Quentin Jammer
The Washington Redskins on Sunday evening hosted veteran cornerback Quentin Jammer as they continue to search for solutions to upgrade their secondary, three people with knowledge of the situation confirmed, though two of them said it didn’t seem like the Redskins were on the verge of signing him immediately.
Need to Know: The opportunity cost of trading up - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Monday, April 22, 3 days before the NFL draft. Dealing up for need In 2006, the Redskins were coming off of their first playoff appearance in six years. Their lineup was nearly set except for one defensive position, outside linebacker. They did not have a first-round pick as that had been traded away for a quarterback. Their first pick in the draft did not come until later in the second round,...
Former Redskin Gary Clark Participates in Exhibition Race
Former Redskins great Gary Clark made an appearance Saturday night at the Richmond Coliseum for the final night of Arena Racing
Washington Redskins’ salary cap issues entering NFL draft aren’t as bad as they look - The Washington Post
With the team’s salary cap concerns, signing their picks in this week’s draft may seem imposing. It really isn’t.
Redskins Game-by-Game 2013 Record Prediction | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
Analyzing and predicting the Redskins 2013 Schedule
3 Draft Day Surprises to Watch for | Fanspeak NFL Draft Blog
Three storylines that could shake up the first round of the NFL Draft.
Is the locker room strong enough to risk drafting Tyrann Mathieu?
Current defensive backs coach Raheem Morris’s affinity for troubled players is no secret; he is, in fact, the man who drafted the likes of Aqib Talib and Tanard Jackson during his stint as head coach of Tampa Bay.
Cap Penalty Could be Blessing in Disguise for Redskins
The cap penalty that kept the Redskins from free spending could in fact be one of the biggest blessings in disguise the franchise has ever seen.
Washington Redskins Using MMA For Offseason Conditioning | 4th & Pain
Adam Carriker reveals the Washington Redskins are using MMA in their offseason conditioning program. In addition, the team has brought in a nutritionist for the RGIII-led Redskins.
CSN's draft board: Wide receiver | Comcast SportsNet Washington
7 Round Mock Draft | Fanspeak.com
2013 NFL draft position preview: Pass rushers
Could the Redskins draft a receiver? - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Josh Morgan had surgery on his right ankle and both of his hands following his first season with the Washington Redskins, and it's safe to assume the injuries kept him from fulfilling the potential the Redskins imagined when they signed him as a free agent last offseason.
Notes around the NFC East: Redskins’ interest in Quentin Jammer, Football Outsiders’ bad Eagles piece, and my 17,000 word mock draft – Blogging the bEast
Key NFL Draft Picks To Fill NFC East Offensive, Defensive Holes " CBS DC
The 2013 NFL Draft will take place this week, so let's take a look at which holes each team in the NFC East needs to fill to have a successful draft.
With Darrelle Revis Gone and the Jets in Ruins, Rex Ryan’s Future Is in Doubt - NYTimes.com
The trade of cornerback Darrelle Revis to the Buccaneers makes it much more difficult to imagine a Jets future that includes Coach Rex Ryan.
Darrelle Revis trade from New York Jets to Tampa Bay Buccaneers almost didn't happen - NFL - Peter King - SI.com
By Sunday morning, the Bucs and Jets had worked out the trade details for Darrelle Revis -- Tampa Bay's first-round pick in this draft and likely a third-rounder next year to New York. The Bucs had a contract done with Revis -- six years, $96 million, none of it guaranteed. But there was no deal yet. Revis had to pass the Tampa Bay physical, and if his surgically repaired knee wasn't healing to the Bucs' liking, this deal wasn't going to get done.
NBC Sportscaster Al Michaels Arrested on DUI - NYTimes.com
Television sports announcer Al Michaels was arrested over the weekend in Santa Monica, California, and charged with a misdemeanor offense of driving while under the influence, police officials said on Sunday.
John Madden says goodbye to Pat Summerall | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
Broadcasting legend Pat Summerall passed away at age 82 on Tuesday, April 16 in a Dallas hospital after suffering a heart attack while recovering from hip surgery. Summerall, a former kicker for the New York Giants, was laid to rest … Continue reading →