Brandon Meriweather Happy to ‘Still Be Relevant’ | Washington Redskins " CBS DC
Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather: "I'm just happy to still be relevant."
Washington Redskins Cuts: Adam Carriker to PUP, Jeremy Trueblood Out " CBS DC
The Washington Redskins finished trimming their roster to a league-mandated 75 players by making five transactions Tuesday.
Predicting the Redskins 53 man roster after 1st cuts | Fanspeak.com
Taking a look at how the Redskins 53 man roster will shape up.
Need to Know: Why will Pat White go the distance on Thursday? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, August 28, one day before the Redskins finish up their preseason at the Bucs. Nickel coverage Five things from Redskins Park: 1. I’m sure that most of you watched the RG3 documentary "The Will to Win" on ESPN last night.
Updated Practice Squad Predictions | Fanspeak.com
My updated look at who will make the Redskins 8 man practice squad.
Who will be the sixth WR for the Redskins? | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Haslett on Rambo: 'He did a great job' | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Redskins Music: No Pain No Gain by Wale (RG3 Video)
A song written directly for Robert Griffin III. The video has clips from the ESPN Special, 'RG3 "Will to Win"'
Odds of RGIII and Alfred Morris Matching Rookie Totals | Washington Redskins | 4th & Pain
On today's show: Can Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris match their uncanny rookie seasons? Plus, the top three Heisman contenders entering the 2013 season and Carriker's pumping iron tip of the week.
Redskins' Cofield expects to play Week 1 | Comcast SportsNet Washington
RG3 says he is all the way back from injury | Comcast SportsNet Washington
RGIII says he can still run 4.3
"I mean, I think I’m better than that right now," Griffin responded. "In my mind, it’s been clicked for a long time. But I think for my body it clicked for me during the pre-game of the last game, when I went out there in full pads and I was throwing and doing stuff to try to simulate a game as much as I possibly could. I went out here [Monday] and we had a great practice as a team, everybody was on it, and I felt really good. So I would say I’m 100 percent, but you can’t put a number on it, no one ever knows when they are 100 percent or what percentage they’re playing at. The biggest thing is I’m not below 100 percent."
Redskins' regular starters will be observers in preseason finale vs. Tampa - Washington Times
The Redskins know who won't be playing on Thursday night in their preseason finale against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers: pretty much any expected starter.
RG III Report: Increased reps fuels optimism - NFC East Blog - ESPN
The workload increased again this week, with Robert Griffin III taking yet another step toward starting the season opener against Philadelphia. He co
Free NFL Pick'ems Game | Fanspeak.com
Free NFL Weekly pick'ems game with a chance to win gift cards.
Injury report: Louis Murphy back to work with New York Giants - ESPN
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Giants got one of their injured wide receivers back on the field Tuesday, as Louis Murphy did some work after being sidel
Dirty hits have NFL keeping closer watch on players going too high or low - Yahoo! Sports
From Yahoo! Sports: Two highly discussed hits this preseason have the NFL abuzz. Offensive players around the league are crowing about Houston Texans rookie D.J. Swearinger's hit to the knees on Miami tight end Dustin Keller and how it's symptomatic of a greater … Continue reading →
The Redskins Blog | Unbeaten Preseason, Good Times Ahead?
Redskins' Good Problem At Quarterback
After years of having less than palatable options at quarterback, the Redskins suddenly have depth and a number of intriguing options at signal caller.
Worst to First, Can any team do it this year? | Fanspeak.com
The Redskins last year kept up the recent tradition of one team going worst to first in a division, will anyone be able to do it this season?
HARRIS: Debate over Redskins' No. 3 QB? Real games can't come soon enough - Washington Times
Seriously? This team must be in great shape if so much energy is being spent debating the merits of the candidates for the No. 3 quarterback slot. No matter which way you lean (and the choice here is Grossman), one thing is certain: It doesn't matter.