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Daily Slop: Bryan Kehl Ready To Embrace The Ace Role; Is the Redskins' D-line Deep Enough?

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Snyder’s Redskins Beating the Cowboys On and Off the Football Field " CBS DC
While Dallas has enjoyed one more win than Washington over the past three seasons, honestly, whose future would you rather have at this point: the Cowboys or the Redskins?

Washington Redskins 2012-13 Year in Review by NFL Films (Video)

How Crazy The Redskins Roster Has Changed Since 2010: Offense |

A breakdown on how much turnover there has been to the Redskins roster since after Mike Shanahan's first season in Washington.

Redskins Ask Judge to Dismiss Bounties Lawsuit " CBS DC
The Washington Redskins are asking a judge to dismiss a former NFL player's lawsuit that accuses the team and former assistant coach Gregg Williams of running a bounty program that encouraged players to intentionally injure opponents.

Is the Redskins' D-line deep enough? | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Should the Redskins Worry About Their Running back Depth? | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
I think it is clear to most people that Alfred Morris is an integral part of the Redskins offense and that if he were to go down with an injury it would be a

Chris Cooley retires, will join Redskins’ radio broadcast team (updated)

Redskins have options at safety, creating competition for roster spots

Is Washington Redskins quarterback RGIII on pace for a Week 1 return? - NFL Videos
Mike Jones of the Washington Post joins NFL Network's "NFL AM" to talk about Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III's recovery and the status of wide receiver Pierre Garcon.

Best & Worst Contracts: The Washington Redskins - Over the Cap
The best and worst contracts on the Washington Redskins

Contract Year Series, Brian Orakpo - Over the Cap

Ten Questions: Offensive Line Health | Redskins Journal

Need to Know: Orakpo says he's '300 percent' healthy - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Rak says he’s going to rip it Brian Orakpo has had a difficult time convincing everyone that he’s healthy. "I’m 100, 200, 300 [percent]—whatever that number may be," the linebacker told Larry Michael on Redskins Nation. "In OTAs or minicamp, I didn’t miss a day, I didn’t miss a practice. I was ready to go. In training camp, I’m going...

Bryan Kehl Ready To Embrace The Ace Role
After tallying eight special teams tackles in just five games last season, Washington Redskins LB Bryan Kehl is excited to show coaches he can step up and lead the unit in 2013.

The Redskins Blog | An Ode To The Career of Sonny Jurgensen

The Redskins Blog | A Projection For Alfred Morris In Numbers

The Redskins Blog | Tony Pashos’ Simple Goal–Win A Ring

Majority of NFL clubs holding training camp at home in 2013 | ProFootballTalk
Here's an interesting tidbit courtesy of the NFL: Just 13-of-32 teams will go away for training camp in 2013. By contrast, 26-of-31 teams traveled for camp in 2000, per league data. There are obvious advantages to staying at home and hitting the road.

Video: Most vulnerable second-year QB? - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Brian Dawkins and Billy Devaney debate which second-year NFL quarterback (Robert Griffin III, Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson or Colin Kaepernick) is the

Second-year slumpbusters: Russell Wilson | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Shutdown Corner: The 2012 NFL season may have given us more impressive performances by first-year starting quarterbacks than any previous season in the league's long history. Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson, and Colin Kaepernick all took their teams at either … Continue reading →

NFL coach rankings: Personality doesn't matter, but rings sure do - NFL - News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy
Coaching in the NFL is no beauty contest -- unless you're counting sparkly Super Bowl rings. Pete Prisco ranks all 32 head coaches, starting with one who'll never be confused for Mr. Congeniality.

The QB vs RB Debate in Fantasy Football |

A look at whether due to the increased point totals and the consistency, if teams shouldn't build their teams around the quarterback position.