Shanahan: Alfred Morris can thrive in any system
"Alfred is going to gain yards, no matter what type of offense we run, and we’ll adjust accordingly depending on what defenses are doing. But he’s got a unique talent. He can make people miss and very few people can make people miss consistently, at least the first person before he gets tackled. He has the type of power, leg drive you look for in a running back and, knock on wood, he has been able to stay away from injury, with those kind of shots. I think it’s the low center of gravity and how he runs. Hopefully he can keep on doing that."
‘Totally different feeling’ around Redskins this offseason after last season’s success
"I think there’s a totally different feeling within the team," quarterback Robert Griffin III said. "I still feel like outside of the team people still doubt us. That’s the way you want it to be. I feel like the guys come out here a lot more confident. … [It’s] not a false confidence. We know with the guys we have coming back, with the guys that we added, that we can be really good this year."
A look at why Reed's injuries could severely limit his production and potential for this season.
Ryan Kerrigan Seeks Consistent Success
Redskins OLB Ryan Kerrigan took a big step forward without Brian Orakpo last season and looks to improve on his Pro Bowl season with greater consistency in 2013.
The Shanahan Way- Offensive Accountability and Expectations
Nothing here is earth shattering, but it will help you identify who is doing it the Shanahan way and who is not. There is always a player or two you think are performing on the field but end up in the famous Shanahan doghouse for reasons you can not figure out. The reason usually starts with not doing the little things right..
Donovan McNabb on RG3: 'It's too much right now' - NFL.com
Donovan McNabb knows what it's like to be a young star quarterback with the world on a string. He'd like to talk to Robert Griffin III about some recent life choices.
Fred Davis eyeing minicamp return from Achilles injury - NFL.com
Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis is ready to return from a season-ending injury. Davis believes he can be a 1,000-yard receiver in 2013. What else did he share with the "NFL AM" crew?
Alfred Morris of Washington Redskins wants respect - NFL.com
"I call it demanding my respect, the way I run," Morris said on NFL.com's Dave Dameshek Football Program on Thursday. "I'm not a (sledgehammer), but I will lower my shoulder on guys. I demand my respect. And then it makes it that much easier to just avoid them, or lose them and get around them, because now they're thinking he's gonna run me over."
Taking a look at where the four starting quarterbacks in the NFC East rank this season.
Need to Know: What happened to June 1 cuts? - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Sunday, June 2, 52 days before Redskins start training camp. What happened to June 1? June 1 used to be a big day on the NFL calendar. It was the day teams would release veteran players in order to get some salary cap relief and push back some of the cap consequences for doing so into the next season. In some seasons as many as 20 players would hit the market...
Jenkins hoping third year is the charm | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"It’s much easier," said Jenkins, a 2011 second round pick who missed his rookie campaign with a torn ACL. "I have a year under my belt, with me being hurt my first year. So I’m not really thinking anymore. I’m just coming out here and playing ball."
Kirk Cousins and Staring Down Receivers | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
If RGIII isn't able to start week one, Kirk Cousins will have to step in. He's impressed in limited opportunities, but needs to stop staring down receivers.
RG3 Poster Print from Original Art by R Pierick Smith Last One Left | eBay
RG3 Poster-Print from original art by R. Pierick Smith -- LAST ONE LEFT! in Art, Direct from the Artist, Prints | eBay