The Washington Redskins' week ahead - ESPN
We’re getting closer to free agency, so activity will start picking up around the Washington Redskins and the rest of the NFL. Here are a few th
Will the Redskins try to squeeze out more cap room? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
The Redskins have about $25 million in salary cap space, assuming that the NFL cap comes in at the $143 million that the NFLPA estimated last week. They created over $9 million in space last week when they released defensive linemen Barry Cofield and Stephen Bowen.
Need to Know: Redskins, NFL get ready to embark on a busy March | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Monday, March 2, eight days before the Washington Redskins and the rest of the NFL start free agency. NFL calendar over the coming week The NFL is moving into March and the business season starts to pick up the pace.
Redskins stay or go: TE Niles Paul | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Stay or go: Niles Paul is a mainstay on Redskins special teams and had a career year receiving in 2014. Can Tandler or Tarik find any reason the Redskins shouldn't re-sign him?
DeAngelo Hall: 'I'm Ready To Prove Everyone Wrong'
A competitor by nature, DeAngelo Hall said his rehab from a twice-ruptured Achilles tendon has been tough, but that he's ready to show he’s still got it once fully healthy.
The Redskins Blog | Chris Hanburger To Speak As Part Of Heart Of A Hall Of Famer Character Series
Perry Fewell Ready To Compete Once Again
New DBs coach Perry Fewell is ready to shed his experience onto a young secondary, as he talked about his philosophies and more on "Redskins Nation" this week.
Ranking the Redskins Position Needs - Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
NFL draft watch: Needs that teams should pass on in Round 1 | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: It’s time to revive the need-vs.-BPA (best player available) debate, with an eye on this year’s draft.
The Redskins Blog | Darrell Green Is Back In The Gym, Commitment To Staying Fit Continues
In Los Angeles, Stadiums Battle Heats Up - NYTimes.com
With three N.F.L. teams vying to move to the same city, studies criticize one proposal for a stadium in Inglewood, Calif.