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What are the Redskins’ options with Pierre Garçon’s contract? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
There is chatter out there that the Redskins are looking to do something with Pierre Garçon’s contract. That deal has two years left to go with cap hits of $9.7 million this year and $10.2 million in 2016 and Redskins may want to lower that number.

Washington Redskins notes: combine showings; A.J. Smith is done - ESPN
Performances of edge rushers could impact Washington.

Redskins Make Change to DeAngelo Hall's Contract
Redskins Make Change to DeAngelo Hall's Contract; In a move to protect the team, the Washington Redskins re-worked DeAngelo Hall's contract....

Need to Know: Three dark horse draft picks for the Redskins at No. 5 | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Monday, February 23, 15 days before the Washington Redskins and the rest of the NFL start free agency. Question of the day I’m back from the combine but I’m still going to post the question of the day for a few more days before throwing it back out to...

2015 NFL Combine Workouts: Offensive Line
Here's a gallery from the offensive line workouts that took place at the 2015 NFL Combine.

Report: Redskins unable to work out contract with executive | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"A contract could not be worked out," Smith was quoted as saying. "I was too high. They were too low. We wished each other the very best and parted ways. Just another NFL business transaction."

Redskins breakout potential: OLB Ryan Kerrigan | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Kerrigan possesses all the tools necessary to become a perennial Pro Bowler. He’s durable and driven and produced a career year, for the most part, without the benefit of strong pass rushers around him. And it sure seemed like something clicked down the stretch last season; he was downright dominant in the final six games, notching six sacks and forcing three fumbles. What the Purdue product must do in 2015—and he’s acknowledged a few times recently—is build on last year’s second-half breakthrough and avoid the lulls. In 2013, Kerrigan went six consecutive games without a sack. In 2014, there was a five-game span in which he notched 1.5 sacks.

The Redskins Blog | Will Compton Becoming Frequent Local Public Speaker

Giants' JPP tag decision similar to Redskins' 2014 choice with Orakpo | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Sean Taylor Book "Going Full Speed" as Told by Pedro Taylor to Come out in Spring -

Sean Taylor Book Going Full Speed, the Sean Taylor Stories as Told by Pedro Pete Taylor to Come out in Spring 2015; The story that needs to be told...

Marcus Mariota's showing could help the Washington Redskins - ESPN

If Oregon quarterback is selected in top five, Washington could benefit in several ways.

NFL scouting combine: Biggest winners and losers so far | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports

From Yahoo Sports: Here are the winners and losers through Sunday of the NFL scouting combine.

Missouri's Shane Ray aiming to be among the first pass rushers drafted - Washington Times

Ray is among a trio of prospects hoping to become the first edge rusher taken in the NFL draft in April, with Nebraska's Randy Gregory and Florida's Dante Fowler also in the conversation.

Thoughts on Day 3 of the NFL Combine |

Manage the Cap- Fix the Redskins in free agency