Randy Gregory: 'I blame myself' for failed NFL combine drug test - NFL.com
In an exclusive interview with Kimberly Jones, Nebraska star and top draft prospect Randy Gregory opens up about his troubles with marijuana, including a failed drug test at this year's NFL combine.
Jay Gruden on Washington Redskins' right tackles: Interesting battle - ESPN
Washington Redskins' hope at right tackle rests with development of one player, health of another
Need to Know: Redskins starting QB job is Griffin’s to lose | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, March 26, 35 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 i...
Trent Murphy, extra draft talent could boost Washington Redskins' rush - ESPN
Part of boosting Washington Redskins' pass-rush would be Trent Murphy's development, but other would be adding talent through NFL draft
Washington Redskins considering options at safety - ESPN
The Washington Redskins may have to get creative in figuring out who will play safety
GM Scot McCloughan is Redskins' best offseason move - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
ESPN Washington Redskins reporter John Keim says it's not just what you hear about Scot McCloughan that's impressive, it's also what he says.
Chargers' McCoy: Joe Barry Is 'A Good Motivator'
At the NFL Annual Meetings, San Diego Chargers head coach Mike McCoy took some time to talk about Washington Redskins defensive coordinator Joe Barry, who coached linebackers in San Diego the past four seasons.
Scot McCloughan on Adding Good, Young Players
General Manager Scot McCloughan talks to Larry Michael about his first months on the job and what his philosophies are heading into the NFL Draft.
Jay Gruden says the Redskins aren't scared to hit the reset button at quarterback, even though RG3 was drafted just three years agao, but only if there is consensus with the front office.
Coach Jay Gruden, speaking at the owners' meetings, said Griffin understands what he needs to work on as he prepares to enter his second season with Gruden as the Redskins' coach and his fourth season overall.
Remember last season when former Redskins LB London Fletcher called his former defensive coordinator Jim Haslett "clueless." Months later, Fletcher wanted to set the record straight.
Here's what Scot McCloughan said of the Washington Redskins' newcomers signed during the free-agency period.
Redskins President, Bruce Allen, sits down with Larry Michael to discuss the 2015 NFL Owners Meetings and the future for the Redskins.
Over the past month, the Redskins have re-tooled their roster, adding several key players on defense via free agency and allowing several others to walk. Gruden hopes they've allowed the Redskins to make improvements.
The league has approved adding replay review for the game clock at the end of the second and fourth quarters and OT if more than one second is remaining.
In front of scouts from almost all 32 NFL teams, Iowa offensive lineman Brandon Scherff went through a closed-door pro day session this week.
Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still announced Wednesday that his daughter Leah's cancer is in remission.
The trick play the Patriots used against the Ravens in the playoffs will no longer be legal under an NFL rule adopted today. The league has made it illegal for an offensive player with an eligible receiver's jersey number (1-49 and 80-89) to report as an ineligible player and line up outside the ...
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Goodell, the league’s commissioner, is still grappling with the fallout from domestic abuse scandals and botched attempts to penalize players last season.
Per the current CBA, each NFL team is allotted a maximum amount of dollars to spend on their draft picks not only in year 1 cap charges, but also in total value. Those loopholes that existed in the prior CBA were all eliminated and thus rookies are limited to increases that equal 25% of their first years cap charge. The new CBA refers to these allocations as the "Total Rookie Allocation" and "Year One Rookie Allocation". The values for each team are determined by the round and position in which the player is drafted. I just call them "Rookie Pools" because I’m used to using that term.