Redskins remain in mix for CB Antoine Winfield | WashingtonExaminer.com
Winfield was visiting Seattle on Monday night and a fourth team, another that made the postseason, is trying to persuade him to visit them as well. The source declined to name the fourth team, though Denver has reportedly had interest.Winfield’s old team, Minnesota, also remains interested.
What can a healthy Helu do for the Redskins? | CSN Washington
It appears that Helu finally has more answers about his health than questions. In February he underwent surgery on his left foot and they discovered some damaged cartilage that wasn’t showing up on examinations. The repair was made and Helu’s rehab finally started to progress. Helu says that he aims to be able to participate in OTA’s starting next month "without limitations".
The RGIII Situation: ‘Record Recovery’ vs. Too Much Attention " CBS DC
For a team that guards injury information with its life, the Washington Redskins certainly are talking a lot about Robert Griffin III.
RG3 had the top Selling Jersey of All-Time in 2013 - HTTR4LIFE.com
Redskins qb RGIII not only ended the year with the best selling jersey in the NFL, more of his jerseys were sold this year than any jersey in NFL history.
Taking a look at the Redskins Nose Tackle options.
How do the Redskins defensive ends rank? And who might be making the final squad?
Adam Carriker On Washington Redskins Preseason Schedule 2013 | 4th & Pain
The NFL has released the 2013 preseason schedule for each team, so Adam and Chuck traverse through the Washington Redskin's schedule and weigh in with their thoughts.
Ranking the Redskins options at Inside linebacker. Do they need to find an upgrade?
Please stop trading Kirk Cousins - NFC East Blog - ESPN
There may come a day when trading Cousins makes sense, but that day is not on the 2013 calendar. Ideally, Griffin makes it back at full strength and never gets hurt again, and along the way Cousins shows enough in preseason and as an occasional fill-in to make him appealing to other teams. If all of that happens, then a couple of years from now the Redskins should be able to get a draft pick or two of significant value for Cousins.
Need to Know: Helu has Pistol experience - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, April 9, 16 days before the NFL draft. Rex back for less money, too Yesterday we noted that DeAngelo Hall is returning to the Redskins for a whole lot less money than he was scheduled to make and less than he made last year. Rex Grossman also accepted less money to return and the Redskins got a nice salary cap break because he did. Grossman’s one-year contract has a salary...
Need to Know: Still a chance to get Winfield? - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Money is not necessarily everything to Winfield, however. He has let it be known that he wants to play for a contender. The Vikings, Seahawks, and Redskins all made the playoffs last year so they all meet the minimum qualifications. However, the Seahawks appear to have helped themselves this offseason with the acquisition of receiver Percy Harvin and a few other free agent moves while the Vikings lost Harvin and the Redskins have been doing all they can do to retain their own players.
Hall took quite a financial hit to return - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
We knew that the Redskins’ DeAngelo Hall took a pay cut to return to the Redskins. We found out today how much of one and it was substantial. Just before free agency started, Hall was released from a contract that would have paid him a salary of $7.5 million and a workout bonus of $500,000. Even if Hall’s play of late justified an $8 million salary cap hit—and it didn’t—the Redskins simply could pay that number after the NFL said...
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NFL Retiree Publicity Rights Settlement Approved - NYTimes.com
The $50 million settlement between the NFL and a group of retired players over publicity rights was given preliminary approval Monday by a federal judge who likened some of the retirees to petulant children for complaining about the money now that it has been awarded.