Examining Washington Redskins' under-25 talent - ESPN
Here's a look at how ESPN's Matt Williamson ranked the Redskins' under-25 talent, with my take underneath.
Need to Know: Should the Redskins trade WR Pierre Garçon? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, January 27, 42 days before NFL free agency starts for the Washington Redskins and the rest of the NFL. Question of the day We’re changing up the format of Need to Know for the offseason.
Chris Thompson: 'I Want To Get Quicker'
While speed is already a strength of running back Chris Thompson's game, it's an area he's going to look to improve upon during the offseason as he searches for a role on the offense.
Morris, who served the past three seasons as the Redskins' defensive backs coach, will join the Falcons as a co-defensive coordinator.
The major hires are in place, but three important openings remain on the Redskins defensive coaching staff.
If you want to get the most out of your viewing of running back film, it's a good idea to understand press and cut principles at work. Why Fundamentals Matter to Scouting Pressing the hole or a rushing lane is one of the most fundamental skills that a running back executes in his job. Anyone…
NFL fans in D.C. have to work 201 hours to afford the average Super Bowl ticket, priced at $4,833.25. With that money, D.C. residents could see 33 regular season Redskins games.
While more than 99 percent of players and families in the class action remain parties to the proposed NFL concussion settlement, approximately 220 retired players and families have opted out. The strategy of opting out and suing individually is a bold one that does not come without plenty of risk.
From Yahoo Sports: The NFL is looking into a Patriots locker room attendant who might have tampered footballs in the deflate-gate incident.
One of the most important rules about interviewing pro athletes is to remember that they are not doctors, and Odell Beckham Jr. fits that description.
From Yahoo Sports: Marshawn Lynch loves Skittles. But Lynch hates talking to the media. Somehow, the candy folks found a way to bridge that gap.
The NFL and YouTube announced a partnership between two of the most powerful brands in the marketplace, creating an official NFL channel on the video website.