What to expect: Washington Redskins' rookies - ESPN
Taking a look at various aspects concerning the Redskins heading into training camp. Today, I take a look at their rookie class:
Aldrick Robinson suddenly competing with a crowd of wide receivers
Outside of the deep route, Redskins coaches didn’t feel comfortable using Robinson many other ways. He didn’t do well in preseason opportunities as a return man or gunner on special teams. And on offense, he struggled off and on with drops and precise route-running. And at 5 feet 10, he lacks the size to create mismatches in traffic. But Robinson remained a member of the roster because he boasted speed that his fellow receivers lacked.
Need to Know: Will the Redskins tackle better in 2014? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Monday, July 14, 10 days before the Redskins start training camp. Three and out —The Redskins’ top six tacklers last year were inside linebackers Perry Riley and London Fletcher, cornerbacks Josh Wilson and DeAngelo Hall, and safeties Brandon Meriweather...
Need to Know: How many new players will make the Redskins’ 53? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Sunday, July 13, 11 days before the Redskins start training camp. Three and out —Yes, I know that Tanard Jackson told ESPN 980 that he intended to appeal his latest indefinite suspension.
Washington Redskins mailbag: Part 2 - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The second round of the mailbag takes a look at Robert Griffin III's knee and how it impacts his passing; Leonard Hankerson; injured players and the p
Washington Redskins' top play winner: John Riggin's run - ESPN
Score: Redskins 27, Dolphins 17 Date: Jan. 30, 1983. Site: The Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California From the moment this project was announced, and before
Washington Redskins notes: Art Briles on QB Robert Griffin III - ESPN
Some Washington Redskins news and notes for Friday morning: Briles on RG III: Baylor coach Art Briles watched his former quarterback, Robert Griffin
From Yahoo Sports: The only publicly held NFL team, the Green Bay Packers, opened their financial ledgers on Thursday and they revealed ... a lot of green.
From Yahoo Sports: When some former NFL players brought a lawsuit accusing the league of illegally providing painkillers to mask serious injuries, some eyebrows were raised at the Drug Enforcement Administration.