Need to Know: 5 NFL draft notes including the Redskins’ pick at 34 | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, April 16, 22 days before the NFL draft. Nickel coverage Here are five thoughts on the Redskins and the NFL draft, which eventually will get here, I’m told. —It’s not a grocery list, people.
Redskins' Forbath aims to build on last season's late surge | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"I got some good work in," Forbath said. "That’s just going to keep improving, improving and improving. It’s just the more you do it, the better you’re going to get at it. So there definitely will be an improvement this year." Working on kickoff distance is also a delicate balancing act. Too many reps can increase the probability of a muscle strain, such as the one he suffered last season. "We kicked quite a bit [in training camp and preseason]," Forbath said. "It’s a learning process. We’ll make sure I’m healthy for the whole season this year."
Shea says former coaches "dropped the ball" on RG3′s fundamentals | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Last week USA Today talked to Terry Shea, the quarterback guru who has worked with Robert Griffin III prior to the Redskins taking him in the draft and then again a couple of weeks ago in Arizona.
Redskins mailbag: Draft priorities, DeSean Jackson and salary cap talk
This week, we take another look at the Redskins’ draft needs (a topic we’ll begin taking a closer position-by-position look at next week), further examine the signing of DeSean Jackson, and engage in some salary-cap talk
Malcolm Jenkins: DeSean Jackson in NFC East a concern - NFL.com
New Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins admits there is concern that DeSean Jackson signed with a division rival in the Washington Redskins. How much does that change how Philadelphia feels about DJax?
Washington Redskins' O vs. the NFL: Comparing the cap - ESPN
Last week I broke down the Redskins' salary cap by position and how it compared to the rest of the NFL. This is one more extension of that so you can
NFL Draft Under the Microscope: Alabama OT Cyrus Kouandjio | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: Leading up to the NFL draft on May 8-10, Shutdown Corner will examine some of the most interesting prospects in the class, breaking down their strengths and weaknesses. Cyrus Kouandjio Offensive tackle Alabama 6-7, 322 pounds 2013 stats: During regular season had 14 knockdown blocks and allowed just 1.5 sacks in 286 pass attempts 40-yard dash: 5.59 seconds
Phillip Gaines: A Closer Look at the Rice CB - Fanspeak.com