Need to Know: Redskins’ quarterback room remains the same–for now | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, March 18, 43 days before the Washington Redskins go on the clock at the NFL draft. Redskins QB room remains the same—for now There won’t be any changes in the Redskins’ quarterback room. At least not for now.
Jim Harbaugh on Chris Culliver: 'competes like a maniac' - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
"It is a special friendship that we have. Him as a player, he's always been extremely competitive," Harbaugh said. "A very talented individual. He's playing his best football right now. It's great to see that in his execution, in his effort, in his talent. I just love the competitive nature that he plays with. He competes like a maniac. And he's doing it in a physical way. That's important to our football team -- to be physical. And to do that from the corner position is really good. You're playing with 11 tacklers out there when your corners are physical like safeties are. That's the way he plays the game. Was in on some great, important plays in the game. Covering the deep ball there in the fourth quarter, covering part of the goal-line stand and quite a few others. You look back to the Saints game and he set the tone physically with his tackle early in the game. Plus, plus, plus for Chris right now."
Clinton Portis To Flex Football Knowledge On FOX Sports South
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Colt McCoy agrees to return, again clouding Redskins' quarterback decision - Washington Times
Exactly how McCoy fits into the Redskins' plans remains uncertain. Coach Jay Gruden said a day after the season ended, that it would be "very difficult" to have three players competing for the starting quarterback spot.
Colt McCoy's return makes sense, but what does it mean for Redskins? - ESPN
Colt McCoy has agreed to a one-year deal with the Redskins, so what does that mean for the other QBs and the team going forward?
McCoy's gets a raise plus some incentives | Comcast SportsNet Washington
The quarterback’s deal calls for a salary of $850,000 (per Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun). That’s not big money is the world of NFL quarterbacks by any means but it’s up from the $730,000 he made last year. McCoy’s signing bonus went up from $65,000 last year to $150,000 in 2015. Again, not a ton of money but still a nice increase. Where McCoy’s contract differs is that he will be paid more if he is on the game day active list. He will get $31,250 for each game that he is among the 46 who are in uniform. So if he’s active for 16 games that’s an extra $500,000.
Redskins draft countdown: West Virginia WR Kevin White | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The NFL Draft is just over six weeks away and I’ll continue researching draft prospects. Along the way I’ll be sharing some of what I find out with Real Redskins readers.
Jack Pardee's Grandson, High School Rugby Team Given Redskins Park Tour
The St. Thomas High School rugby team traveled from Houston to Redskins Park last week before playing a local Maryland team.
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The decision by San Francisco 49ers' budding star Chris Borland to walk away from the National Football League over head trauma concerns drew shock and a dose of admiration from fellow players on Tuesday.