The Redskins Blog | Pro Football Focus Names Kerrigan, Way To All-NFC East Team
Pro Football Focus recently released its All-NFC East team and two Redskins with breakout years made the cut. Not surprisingly, outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan was selected, along with the Giants’ Jason Pierre-Paul, for best edge defender.
Redskins season in review: Special teams - Richmond.com: Redskins XTRA
The Redskins’ special teams offered fans the opportunity to see the glass as half empty or half full in 2014.
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Atlanta wants Raheem Morris; Kirk Olivadotti tells people he's staying - ESPN
From the time Joe Barry was named the Washington Redskins’ defensive coordinator, I’d heard that it was likely that Kirk Olivadotti would be the only defensive assistant returning. And that meant it was far from a lock that secondary coach Raheem Morris would be back.
Ten Questions the NFL Would Never Answer
As I have said several times, I do not believe that "Deflate Gate" as it is being called is a big deal or a tremendous advantage or disadvantage. Many feel the same way. Many feel differently.
Reese's Senior Bowl practice summary
Andrew Siciliano, Charles Davis, Daniel Jeremiah and Mike Mayock break down the Reese's Senior Bowl practice from Thursday and let you know what players impressed.
Day 3 Senior Bowl Practice Notes: - Fanspeak's NFL Draft Blog
It's always tough for a running back to stand out at these practices because since there isn't full hitting you don't always know if the RB would make the play or if the defender would . That being said David Cobb continued to flash in practice. Whatever he was asked to do he did it and he did it well. One thing you can notice in practice though is a player's vision and cutting ability, Cobb looked really good in both areas and has all the makings of a feature back at the next level.
Washington Redskins mailbag: Part 1 - ESPN
For Part 1 of the Washington Redskins mailbag, we return to a popular topic: Robert Griffin III. But there's also a variety, from Jay Gruden and Sean McVay to Joe Barry.
NFL releases statement on Deflate-Gate | Comcast SportsNet Baltimore
We heard what Bill Belichick and Tom Brady had to say, now the NFL drops in their two cents on DeflateGate. In summary, there will be an investigation and the New England Patriots will cooperate.
McCloughan looking for 'whole package' in possible Skins picks | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Scot McCloughan has spent the last two weeks talking to ex-college football players who are going to be in the NFL draft pool in late April. The new Redskins general manager was in Tampa for the East-West Shrine Game soon after his hiring was announced on January 9 and he spent this past week he in Mobile for the Senior Bowl.
Report: Morris expected to leave Redskins | Comcast SportsNet Washington
The status of Morris has been up in the air since the team parted ways with defensive coordinator Jim Haslett on December 31. He was interviewed by the Redskins to replace Haslett but he was never viewed as a serious candidate to get the promotion.
Trent Williams and Alfred Morris are foes for a day at Pro Bowl | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Offensive tackle Trent Williams and running back Alfred Morris are the Redskins’ only representatives in the annual all-star game. But there is a slight twist. Because the game will feature the "unconferenced" format again, Williams and Morris will be on opposite sidelines.
Should the Redskins re-sign TE Niles Paul? | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Should the Redskins make a big push to bring back unrestricted free agent Niles Paul?
Seven-step drop: Senior Bowl studs and duds - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN
Best overall player: Washington DT Danny Shelton
Need to Know: Redskins’ coaching staff turnover nearly complete | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The bottom line is that if Morris does wind up leaving, the turnover from the Shanahan years will be 100% complete. There certainly is room to be skeptical about some of the new coaches who have been brought in. Change is not always a positive but there is no question that at least as far as the coaching staff goes the Shanahan era is in the rear view mirror.
Senior Bowl NFL Draft stock report: Who helped themselves in Mobile? - SBNation.com
MOBILE, Ala.: A full week of Senior Bowl practices has come and gone, so that means it's time take a look at the players who helped and hurt their stock in the 2015 NFL Draft.
Chip Kelly's commitment helps Eagles soar to first in SportsDay's annual NFL special teams rankings | Dallas Morning News
The league’s 32 teams are ranked in 22 categories and assigned points according to their standing – one for best, 32 for worst. The Eagles wound up at 201.5 points, 26 better than runner-up Buffalo. The Cowboys finished 13th at 389.5 points.
30 Players from Senior Bowl that Boosted Their Stock - Fanspeak.com