Closing the book on the trade for RGIII - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Washington Redskins XTRA
When the Redskins traded with the St. Louis Rams to acquire Robert Griffin III, they gave the Rams a king’s ransom. In return, the Rams have gained a handful of starting players.
At Redskins Park, the pressure now shifts to Gruden | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Gruden had better choose wisely. If he is unable to make things work with the player who had the best rookie season a quarterback has ever had just two short years ago, he had better make things work with his hand-picked alternative.
The Redskins make the right move to bench RGIII | Fanspeak.com
The end is near for RG III, Redskins - NFC East Blog - ESPN
With a player of his skill level, it's probably best to get rid of him too late rather than too early. Make this decision in the offseason, devoid of emotion (one way or another). It's not uncommon for quarterbacks making this transition to get it later in their careers -- Steve Young and Rich Gannon come to mind. But if you don't think he'll ever develop to where the investment is worth the time -- or that it will simply take too long --then you have to cut ties after the season. If you're worried that the combination of the drama surrounding Griffin -- not all of his own making -- and a lower-than-perceived ceiling, then it's time to call it quits. This summer, there were whispers about the coaches' frustration over Griffin's development. Some days they'd be more frustrated, only to be brought down a bit by seeing him make certain plays in practice.
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Richard Sherman, Doug Baldwin mock NFL in news conference | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: The two Seahawks fulfilled their media obligation and none of what they said was very flattering to the NFL.
Colt McCoy Press Conference 11-26-2014
Redskins' pregame playlists have meaning to players - Washington Times
Veteran safety Ryan Clark cycles through four different playlists before each Sunday's game, with the last one dedicated to a fallen teammate.
Redskins have found sliver lining in punter Tress Way | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Eleven games in, Way leads the league in yards per punt and helped put Washington in position to pull off the upset in San Francisco on Sunday. Way punted eight times for average of 46.6 yards in the 17-13 loss. But, more important, he placed the ball inside the 49ers’ 20-yard line three times.
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You don't want to miss this week's edition of Beauties On The Beach where we meet Redskins Cheerleader Madison and get an exclusive look at her calender shoot.
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