Washington Redskins free-agent notes: Perrish Cox to visit - ESPN
Odds and ends with the Washington Redskins after the first day of free agency.
Analyzing the Washington Redskins' free-agent visits - ESPN
Taking a look at the Washington Redskins' visits with free agents that we know about and what they mean:
Need to Know: Redskins start free agency on a slow roll | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, March 11, 50 days before the Washington Redskins go on the clock at the NFL draft. Redskins are slow rolling free agency When free agency opened in the past the Redskins were frequently among the first to dive into the pool with a big transactio...
Reports: Roy Helu Jr. Signs Two-Year Deal With Raiders
As was expected by many, running back Roy Helu Jr. will not be returning to the Washington Redskins for the 2015-16 season.
Analyst believes the Redskins will draft Marcus Mariota if he is on the board | Comcast SportsNet Washington
According to John Clayton, the Redskins may target QB Marcus Mariota with their top pick. Rich Tandler explains why.
Will Compton Working Out In The Batcave?
One of Will Compton's local weight rooms looks like it could have made a cameo in "The Dark Knight."
California native Roy Helu is reportedly headed back to his home state, signing a two-year deal to head west.
Analysis of defensive lineman Stephen Paea, who was signed by the Washington Redskins as a free agent Tuesday.
The Washington Redskins will host three free agents this week....
With one agreement, Redskins take reserved approach to start of free agency - Washington Times
In what may be as much of a reflection of the current free agent market as it is the new direction of the franchise, the Redskins agreed to terms with only one player when the signing period opened Tuesday.
Cowboys Owner Jones Tells Court He Regrets Super Bowl Seating Woes - NYTimes.com
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones testified in federal court on Tuesday he regrets that some temporary seats were not ready before kickoff for the Super Bowl in 2011 due because of delays in increasing stadium capacity.
Jason Worilds, coveted free agent linebacker, retires at 27 | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker Jason Worilds became the third player to retire from the NFL in recent days, despite what was likely to be a big contract in free agency.
NFL Winners and Losers: Who won the big trades? (Hint: not Philly) | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: Whatever has caused the NFL to become more trade happy, thank goodness for it.