Inside the Washington Redskins' numbers: Kickoffs - ESPN
Low total of touchbacks did no favors for struggling defense.
The Redskins Blog | DeSean Jackson Talks Redskins On NFL Total Access
Washington safety Ryan Clark pens tribute to Stuart Scott | The MMQB with Peter King
By Ryan Clark Washington Safety (as told to Robert Klemko) We didn’t always have cable growing up in Louisiana. In raising three kids, having every channel available wasn’t much of a priority for my mother and father.
Tress Way has fun in first season - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The Redskins got more out of punter Tress Way, who led the NFL with 47.52 yards per punt, than they could have hoped for.
Need to Know: Should the Redskins draft a right tackle at No. 5? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Monday, January 5, 64 days before NFL free agency starts Three and out—Why the Redskins won’t draft Scherff at five (and why they will) 1. Last week we put up a post about Iowa offensive tackle Brandon Scherff before he played in his team’s bowl game.
LOVERRO: Bruce Allen's platitudes would have disgusted his father - Washington Times
Allen's father, former Redskins coach George Allen, knew how hollow future promise was after a long history of failure past. Then again, the father would have never given his team a pat on the back for winning two games and trying.
Conspiracy theories abound after call in Cowboys' win over Lions | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Is Wade Phillips the right guy for the Redskins? | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Washington Redskins mailbag: Part 2 - NFC East Blog - ESPN
For Part 2 of the Redskins Mailbag, a Chris Thompson question? Sure, why not. Plus a lot more on defensive coordinators and the front office. Enjoy.
Rich Eisen offers tribute to Stuart Scott in NFL highlights package | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: A tribute that was cooler than the other side of the pillow.
The Redskins Blog | Andy Farkas And The History Of Eye-Black
With Redskins' season over, pending free agents wait for the next move - Washington Times
The contracts of seventeen players will expire when the new league year begins in March, and after the Redskins finished 4-12 this past season, many of them seem likely to try to find work elsewhere.