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Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, March 24, 37 days before the Washington Redskins go on the clock at the NFL draft. Question of the day A few days a week I’ll give an in-depth answer to a question submitted by a fan on my Twitter feed, via the Real Redskins Facebook page, or in...
Jeron Johnson Ready To Call East Coast Home For First Time
Now a Washington Redskin, safety Jeron Johnson is packing up his belongings and getting ready to call the East Coast home for the very first time.
Day 2 in hot, sunny weather at the NFL owners meetings. Here are three areas of interest.
The Washington Redskins did not receive any compensatory picks for a third consecutive year -- and they likely wonÃ¢
The Redskins' free-agent strategy resulted in several defensive upgrades. Let's take a look at each defensive addition.
Head Coach Jay Gruden speaks to the media on the team's free agency and looks ahead to the NFL Draft at the annual NFL Owners Meetings
"Do not be surprised if the Redskins are open for business -- more than open -- to dealing that pick," said Ian Rapoport on the NFL Network last night. The player of interest to other teams may be Marcus Mariota, the Oregon quarterback. The spur to teams making a deal is the possibility that the Jets, picking sixth right behind the Redskins, may have eyes on taking Mariota themselves. If another team wants to land the Heisman Trophy winner it might have to jump over the Jets to get him.
"He’s an excellent football guy," Thompson said. "Very passionate about his work. Very aggressive in his evaluation." "They have an immensely passionate football man," said Schneider, a member of Washington’s front office in 2001. "He’s been going to college visits [for a long time]. Even his dad would bring him. He knows the game. He understands players and that’s probably the best compliment I can give him."
Jay Gruden clarifies Robert Griffin III will have to "do a good job" in order to remain the Redskins starting QB in 2015.
From Yahoo Sports: The NFL's television blackout rule was outdated, and now we'll have a chance to see if it made any difference.
Darren Sharper, the former all-pro N.F.L. safety, pleaded no contest to drugging and raping two women in Los Angeles as part of a broader plea deal.
Now you can do a full 256 pick 7 round mock draft! See how the Comp picks may have changed the draft.