Allen on Redskins: 'Maybe lost a little bit of our hunger' | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"I understand if you fumble the ball or you don’t tackle someone," Allen said. " But we’re all in this together. And the way we want to play football, is every player in this locker room and every [person] in the coaches’ locker room fighting together for every play, for each other. And I’ve talked [about] before what we’re looking for is good teammates. And a good teammate is someone who is going to support his fellow player and is going to be as happy for their success as they are for their own."
DeAngelo Hall: It’s ‘Screwed’ to Call Richard Sherman Best Corner in NFL " CBS DC
Redskins' DeAngelo Hall became the latest NFL corner to weigh in on Seahawks corner Richard Sherman proclaiming himself the 'best corner in the game,' telling 106.7 The Fan's Grant and Danny Tuesday, it's a little bit "screwed" to Sherman's the best.
Redskins Wide Receiver Offseason Plan: Part 2 | Fanspeak.com
A look at the mid-to-late round receivers the Redskins could target in the draft to boost their receiver corps for 2014 and the future.
Redskins take part in Pigskin Event | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Chris Cooley Talks Redskins Name - ESPN Video - ESPN
ESPN Video: Former Redskins tight end Chris Cooley joins Keith Olbermann to discuss his opinion on whether Washington needs to change its mascot name.
Graham Gano joins chorus of ex-players bashing Redskins | Comcast SportsNet Washington
The list of names is long: David Akers, Shaun Suisham, Nick Novak, Graham Gano. All kickers played for the Redskins, left town, and suceeded elsewhere. Champ Bailey of the Denver Broncos made news when he said leaving the Redskins was the best thing that happened to his career, and Gano echoed the sentiment via Twitter.
Joshua Morgan: 2013 Redskins weren’t about football
"Honestly, I couldn’t tell you what his motive was," Morgan said, when asked about his disagreement with Shanahan. "I still don’t know. I’m still waiting on an answer. Maybe one day he’ll find it in his heart to text me or call me and let me know what I did to him this year. …
Mark Moseley ‘embarrassed’ by Redskins special teams
What kind of player can the Redskins expect to draft at No. 34?
The past five players drafted at No. 34: Titans WR Justin Hunter, Colts TE Coby Fleener, Bills S Aaron Williams, Vikings CB Chris Cook and Eagles S Patrick Chung, who was drafted by the Patriots. Not a bad sample, especially because the Redskins have needs in the secondary and might like to come away with a player the quality of Williams or Cook.
On Champ Bailey and the Washington Redskins - ESPN
A few thoughts on former Redskins corner Champ Bailey: When I started covering the Redskins, Darrell Green was already deep into a Hall of Fame ca
Rookie report: Jordan Reed - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Tight end Jordan Reed, a third-round pick from Florida, could easily end up being the best pick from this draft. Right now his only competition would
History provides hope for Washington Redskins - ESPN
The Redskins will have a tough time recovering from a 3-13 season, especially with a first-year head coach in Jay Gruden. But it’s one that a nu
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NFL Cheerleading Is A Scam: A Former Ravens Cheerleader Tells All
As a glimpse into the dark side of NFL cheerleading, the recent Raiderettes lawsuit was revelatory, but it didn't quite capture the soup-to-nuts seediness of the enterprise. Thanks to a tipster—a former cheerleader—we've gotten our hands on a copy of the many rules and many regulations the 2009 Baltimore Ravens cheer squad was expected to follow. The rulebook, along with some extra information the tipster gave us, depicts cheerleading on this level as a scam exploiting the good looks and naiveté of young women—a Ponzi scheme in hot pants.
Deion Sanders Kept Bikini-Clad Pro Bowl Streaker Out Of Jail
The Pro Bowl fosters two traditions: crushing boredom, and fans running onto the field. Sunday's edition produced both!