Need to Know: The Redskins’ 5 leading kickers of the past 20 years | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, May 15, one day before the Redskins’ hold their rookie minicamp. Nickel coverage The Redskins drafted a kicker last week and the subject of the Redskins’ futility in finding a long-term solution at the position came up.
Spencer Long: What Can Redskins Fans Expect This Season | Fanspeak.com
A look at what Redskins fans can expect from 3rd round pick Spencer Long.
Alfred Morris: 'We'll make them pay' - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
"Last year, especially with Robert being nicked-up and a couple other things," Morris said by phone, "defenses were able to sit on their toes and stack the box more at certain times and were able to bring more pressure because we didn’t have the same threats. But now, having DeSean and Andre in the slot, there’s no way to stack that box. Having Robert back healthy, there’s no way defenses can do the same things they did against us last year."
Alfred Morris wants bigger role in Redskins pass game - NFL.com
Alfred Morris has been impressive since entering the NFL as a sixth-round pick, racking up a Pro Bowl appearance last season. However, the Redskins running back knows there's room for improvement.
The Redskins Blog | Ted Bolser Excelled In Pass Game, Special Teams Play At Indiana
Bruce Allen: ‘We Feel Good’ About 2014 Draft
Redskins general manager Bruce Allen discusses each of the team’s eight picks in Friday and Saturday’s NFL Draft, saying the players are quality building blocks for the future of the franchise.
Gibbs Honored At 25th Burgundy & Gold Banquet
Legendary Redskins head coach Joe Gibbs was recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award, while quarterback Robert Griffin III was honored for his Ed Block Courage Award, at the annual Burgundy & Gold Banquet.
RG3 on his memorable trip to the Friends for Life fundraiser | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Post-draft Redskins depth chart review--Offense | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Redskins OT Morgan Moses playing with chip on his shoulder | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"I felt like did the right things," he added. "It just happened that I fell to the third round, and now I have a chip on my shoulder. I got to prove myself."
Predicting the Redskins 53 man roster post-draft | Fanspeak.com
Five best 2014 NFL Draft bargain picks: AFC East, NFC East - NFL.com
Lache Seastrunk Washington Redskins, sixth round (186th overall) He won't be the primary back in D.C. but should do well grabbing carries when he can as a backup. He can take it to the house if he gets an opening and should be able to contribute a few good series each game. He didn't have a ton of opportunities to add something to the passing game but could in the right situations for Washington.
Updated Primer on the Finer Points of the NFL Rookie Contract Negotiation - Over the Cap