clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Daily Slop: Tony Pashos Hopes to Gain Foothold With Redskins; Shanahan 4th-Highest Paid NFL Coach

Daily Collection of Redskins News From Around the Web


Five areas to monitor in the second week of offseason practices
The Washington Redskins got back to work yesterday, and offseason practices continue today and tomorrow. The players will then get a few days off, and then return to work for three days next week.

Kirk Cousins: It’s ‘Too Early’ To Leave Redskins, RGIII Injury Gives Opportunity " CBS DC
If there’s anyone at Redskins Park who’s fortunate that Robert Griffin III isn’t able to practice while recovering from knee surgery, it’s Kirk Cousins.

Redskins Roster Bubble: Offense |

Five players who were on the Redskins roster last season who are fighting for jobs this year.

Morgan: Much Easier to Operate An Offense With No Changes " CBS DC
Redskins receiver Josh Morgan admitted the offense has been a lot easier to pick up this offseason because nothing about it has changed, as he told Lavar and Dukes on Wednesday.

Film Sessions: Fred Davis and Logan Paulsen 2012 All Regular Season Targets/Catches
Last year, despite only playing in 7 games, Fred Davis had the second most yards per target next to only Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski. With Davis gone, an element was definitely missing from the offense; in 7 games, Davis was targeted 31 times with 5.2 targets a game.

Jordan Reed's First Football Card

Robert Griffin III rehab: Redskins QB moving along too quickly? -
Robert Griffin III was back on the field Thursday, just four months after major knee surgery. Is the Washington Redskins QB blowing through his recovery process with reckless abandon? Let's debate!

Need to Know: Shanahan 4th-highest paid NFL coach - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The Patriots’ Bill Belichick and new Chiefs coach Andy Reid each earn $7.5 million a year. Shanahan, the Seahawks’ Pete Carroll and Jeff Fisher of the Rams make $7 million.

Another RGIII thank-you note (Photo)
Reader Brian Faler was kind enough to send along a photo of the thank-you note he received from Robert Griffin III and Rebecca Liddicoat. Faler’s gift was a dish cloth, and the note arrived in the mail today, postmarked from Northern Virginia.

Tony Pashos hopes to gain foothold with Skins | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"Really, for me, missing that year, it’s like baby steps," said Pashos, who played for Redskins offensive line coach Chris Foerster in Baltimore and San Francisco. "For me, it’s getting as good as I can be each and every day and improving on things. And I think I’ve done that within this short time period. But I need to continue to grow and get back to where I used to be."

Ask Adam: Injury Update, Tim Tebow’s NFL Future, WWE Tapping NFL Talent | 4th & Pain
Washington Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker provides an update on his injury and fields various questions from our listeners covering all aspects of the NFL and the WWE.

Joe Theismann says RGIII is a more refined quarterback

Jamison Employing All Available Resources
Redskins RB Jawan Jamison is leaving no stone unturned in his quest for NFL success, soliciting advice from Ravens RB Ray Rice, Redskins RB Alfred Morris, Coach Bobby Turner and more.

A Burning Desire
Keith Burns won two Super Bowls as an NFL player and special teams demon for Mike Shanahan and the Denver Broncos. The seeds for that success was sewn...

2013 Fantasy Football TE Rankings |

Ranking the top 30 Fantasy Football tight ends for the upcoming season.

Random notes around the NFC East: Hard Knocks, Bosworth the Giant, Redskin draft regrets, and will the Eagles retire Steve Smith’s number? – Blogging the bEast

John Clayton re-examines the 2009 draft - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Our man John Clayton has a look back at the 2009 NFL draft, from which just 60 players remain with their original teams only four years later and very

Top 10 Thursdays- Top 10 Quarterbacks to Never Play in a Super Bowl |

A countdown of the top 10 quarterbacks to never play in the Super Bowl in the modern era.

Ten NFL teams will gain 2013 cap space on June 2 | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
Since the start of the 2013 league year, ten NFL teams have released a total of 11 players with a "post-June 1" designation. By using this designation, teams are able to spread the cap hit from releasing that player over …