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Daily Slop: Brian Orakpo is Ready for an Exciting Season; Over or Under for the 2013 Redskins?

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Need to Know: Signaling a succession plan - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
My colleague Tarik El-Bashir continued our fine series on the Redskins’ depth chart yesterday with a look at the situation at the Mike linebacker spot. That is the inside backer spot in the Redskins’ 3-4 that is occupied by London Fletcher. Fletcher will not be around forever, perhaps not past this season. He is 38 and he’s...

Over or under for the 2013 Redskins | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Let’s establish some over/under lines for the Redskins and I’ll take a shot at the over or under on each of them.

Donte Stallworth speaks out on SCOTUS Prop 8, DOMA rulings

Predictions for the Rookies Heading into Training Camp |

Brian Orakpo is Ready for an Exciting Season (Video)
Washington Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo was on NFL Network’s show ‘Total Access’ on Wednesday.

The Redskins Blog | The Unexpected Journey Of Mark Murphy
While safety remains a question for the Burgundy and Gold in terms of who will be part of the starting 11, Rambo may be the biggest underdog of them all. Keeping an eye on a longshot, No. 29 safety wouldn’t be new to Redskins Nation. Just 36 years ago, undrafted rookie Mark Murphy battled the same odds.

The Redskins Blog | Griffin III Has Second Easiest FF Schedule

Helu Jr.’s Health Makes Football Fun Again
Armed with a clean bill of health and fresh perspective, Redskins RB Roy Helu Jr. said he is ready to compete for a roster spot and help his offense in any way possible.

Are we now too skeptical on RG III? - NFC East Blog - ESPN
I mean, I guess fair enough, and I'm all for skepticism in general. But I'd caution against using Griffin's knee injury against him too strongly in this kind of predictive analysis. If he hadn't hurt himself late in the season and in the playoff game, it would still be true that he "more frequently exposed his body to hard hits through aggressive runs" than someone like Wilson did. But I doubt it would then be so easy to hold that against him.

Frank Herzog on Sam Huff’s retirement

Open Letter to Aaron Hernandez |

NFC mEdiocre – Blogging the bEast