GM Bruce Allen excited about start of OTAs, not focusing on Griffin rehab
"We have strong camaraderie and focus in our locker room," Allen said. "The core of our team is young, and the focus is getting that core better."
Redskins begin OTAs Monday - Washington Times
It’s the first time this offseason team drills are permitted under the collective bargaining agreement. That enables coaches to install the team's offensive and defensive systems on the field.
5 Other Offensive Players to Watch For this Season: | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
A look at five more potential offensive sleepers
A look at five free agents the Redskins should consider adding to the roster before training camp starts.
Redskins fans buy all sorts of things on Robert Griffin III’s wedding registry | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
On July 18, 2012, Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III signed a four-year, $21,119,098 contract that is fully guaranteed. That's commensurate with his status as the second-overall pick in the draft, and it pretty much insures that unless he really … Continue reading →
Jeff Bostic: Why is Redskins Name Offensive to Native Americans? " CBS DC
Jeff Bostic caused quite the stir with his recent commentary on the volatile Redskins name debate, so Lavar and Dukes got him on the air to clarify his statements.
Redskins must bring pass rush back to life - NFC East Blog - ESPN
If the Redskins are to defend their NFC East title, Brian Orakpo and Ryan Kerrigan could be just as important to the effort as Griffin and his recovering right knee.
RG3's dad: Redskins QB 'doing extremely well' - NFL.com
Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III set a goal to play in the season opener against the Philadelphia Eagles, and his father -- RG2 -- believes his son is making steady progress.
Need to Know: Not always a running team - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Monday, May 20, 66 days before Redskins start training camp. A long streak of futility Although the Redskins have not have much success since their last Super Bowl win following the 1991 season, they usually have had a pretty good running back to hand to the ball to. From Terry Allen to Stephen Davis to Clinton Portis to Alfred Morris, they have had someone to tote the rock. It hasn’t always...
Do no harm: Retired NFL players endure a lifetime of hurt - Washington Post
They remember the hard hits — most of them, at least. The brain-rattlers that left them blank-eyed and disoriented, they have no recollection of at all. But the ones that snapped ligaments,
Robert Griffin III’s knee surgery rehabilitation has been shrouded in secrecy - The Washington Post
"Physically and mentally, he’s doing as well as he always has, because of his attitude," Griffin’s mother, Jacqueline, said in a telephone interview last week. "He’s doing great. He knows that his surgery was a success and he’s ahead of schedule, and he’s looking forward to the upcoming season. Nothing has changed, really. We’ve always had a positive outlook, no matter what happens."
Countdown to OTAs: Battle at right tackle | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Do you think Polumbus would have spurned the Jaguars – a team where he had connections to a few key coaches – if he believed he might lose his job in Washington to Jeremy Trueblood or Tony Pashos, veteran right tackles who had signed as free agents a few days earlier? Yeah, we don't think so, either.
Pressing questions for all 32 NFL teams heading into the summer - NFL - CBSSports.com News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy
Who starts at QB for the Bills, Jets, Raiders and Eagles? Who fills the leadership void in Baltimore? Pete Prisco asks a pressing question for each team heading into the summer.
-Gronk Injury, Irvin Suspension, why the Jets are going to be bad again and how RGIII this involved in the weird story of the week.
Eight in the Box: Returning from injury - NFC East Blog - ESPN
A look at key players for each NFC East team who are coming back from injuries: Dallas Cowboys: LB Sean Lee Lee has been a breakout defensive star...