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Need to Know: Some players resist new pads - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Monday, June 17, 38 days before Redskins start training camp. Williams will be happy to comply with pad rule NFL players are going to get a little bit more protection from injury starting this season as a provision that requires players to wear thigh and knee pads during games takes effect. As with many safety measures (see the running back leading with the helmet rule), some players have expressed opposition. "I’m...

Redskins Hope for Wiser RGIII in Same Offensive Scheme " CBS DC
The only thing changing for the Redskins this season is RGIII's boosted NFL IQ. Their game plan remains the same.

Redskins Roster Construction: Minimum Number of Players at each position |

A look at the fewest number of roster spots needed for each position for the Redskins to get by.

The Redskins Blog | "Griffining" Appears On NFL’s Top Plays

Kyle Shanahan not worried about style when looking for backup to Morris

Hall says he considered not playing this season
"I contemplated not playing this year, to be honest," Hall said at this week’s minicamp at Redskins Park. "I felt like I could do some things off the field that would have been just as lucrative as coming to play. So I really had to sit back and just examine the situation, see if I did feel like I could do it again. And I felt like I could. I felt like the coaches are going to do a good job of putting me in position to be successful, and that’s all you can ask for."

The Washington Redskins' backup plan at quarterback - ESPN
ASHBURN, Va. -- This is a tough trick Kirk Cousins is attempting. He's working to establish his bona fides as an NFL starting quarterback while the wo

Jackson will be welcomed 'with open arms' | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Experience on D lets Haz open up the playbook | Comcast SportsNet Washington

For Robert Griffin III and Mike Shanahan, the tough decisions come after the doctors sign off - The Washington Post
"We know the things he’s capable of doing. We’ve seen what happens when he’s on the football field and healthy. And believe me . . . nobody wants Robert back more than I do. But I want him to get well first. That’s the most important thing. . . . I’m not going to" lose sight of that.

Orakpo says he’s not focused on contract heading into training camp
"I’m not worried about it," Orakpo said. "I’m concentrating on having a successful season. Everything will take care of itself."

Random notes around the NFC East: Perry Fewell and the read option, DeSean’s documentary, the Cowboys’ TEs, and Carriker to the PUP? – Blogging the bEast

Fantasy Football Bargains and Busts |

A look at what players are likely to exceed and fall short of their current ADP for 2013.