Redskins Help Families On Memorial Day Weekend
Current Redskins Martrell Spaight and Jamison Crowder along with several alumni on Saturday were in Washington, D.C., as part of the Yellow Ribbons United Playfield in the Park event put on for 500 children and teenagers.
Need to Know: The 5 top single seasons by a Redskin in last 20 years | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Here is what you need to know on this Monday, May 25, one day before the Washington Redskins start OTAs.
Spaight: "I Want to Be the Best I Can Possibly Be"
Redskins fifth round draft pick Martrell Spaight talks about learning the system and working with the veterans.
Redskins OTA to-do list: Quarterback | Comcast SportsNet Washington
First impressions are huge, and all three of the Redskins quarterbacks will get the chance to impress new GM Scot McCloughan when OTAs begin Tuesday.
Redskins OTA to-do list: Cornerback | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Will DeAngelo Hall and Tracy Porter participate in OTAs? Can David Amerson rebound? The Redskins have lots of questions to answer at cornerback in the coming weeks.
Which defensive stats matter most in helping teams win? - NFC East - ESPN
Defensive coordinator Joe Barry said he wanted his defense to lead the league in takeaways, but should that be his focus?
Need to Know: Alfred Morris’ top five performances | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Sunday, May 24, two days before the Washington Redskins start OTAs. (I'm out on vacation this week. I'll have some new posts here when OTAs get underway but I'll also be bringing back some of the more popular and talked about posts from the past.
Which of the three 'Hard Knocks' candidates would be the best choice? | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
1. Washington Redskins We all want a peek behind this curtain, right? Forget DeSean Jackson, the much-discussed Jay Gruden-Robert Griffin III relationship and Griffin himself. Those are all interesting story lines. But a chance for expanded access to Daniel Snyder's kingdom? This is widely considered the most dysfunctional NFL team, even by many of its own fans. A lot of that comes from Snyder, the owner who seems to have the thinnest skin in the entire league. How would an owner who has spent so much time and effort trying to manipulate the media in Washington (another less complicated way to get positive media coverage: actually winning games) react to NFL Films having so much access? What would we get to see? Would we get an honest look at Snyder? Even if it turns into the Griffin Show, that's still not too bad. Sign us up for Washington on HBO this summer.
Need to Know: Redskins’ 5 biggest one-year improvements | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Saturday, May 23, three days before the Washington Redskins start OTAs. (I'm out on vacation this week. I'll have some new posts here when OTAs get underway but I'll also be bringing back some of the more popular and talked about posts from the past.
Arie Kouandjio Has Toughness To Succeed In NFL
Five years ago, Arie Kouandjio left Maryland to play at the University of Alabama. Back in the area again with the Redskins, he's hoping what he learned in college spills over.
10 Rookies in 10 Days: Brandon Scherff
Redskins first round draft pick Brandon Scherff talks about working with Offensive Line coach Bill Callahan and Strength and Conditioning coach Mike Clark.
10 Rookies in 10 Days: Preston Smith
Redskins second round draft pick Preston Smith, talks about growing up and his path to becoming a football player.
10 Rookies in 10 Days: Matt Jones
Redskins third round draft pick Matt Jones talks about the early stages of his football career.
Redskins fifth round draft pick Martrell Spaight talks about his experience with playing for the University of Arkansas and how it's prepared him for pro football.
Redskins fourth round draft pick Arie Kouandjio talks about his journey to the Washington Redskins.
Jones, a third-round pick in the NFL draft earlier this month, knows Alfred Morris is entrenched as the Redskins' top running back. That doesn't mean the rookie from Florida won't do all he can to challenge him.
Former Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said Friday that injuries aren't to blame for Robert Griffin's regression over the past two seasons. Find out what else Shanahan had to say about RGIII.