Need to Know: Redskins need more than a different game plan to establish an identity | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, June 11, 5 days before the Washington Redskins start minicamp. Some thoughts on the 2015 Redskins establishing an identity as a running team: —After a few OTAs it is hard to get a handle on what the identity of this team will be in 2015.
Washington Redskins LB Trent Murphy bigger, says he feels better - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
This spring, Trent Murphy has noticed that he's thinking less and reacting more. It's a natural jump after his first season.
Redskins Players Have Heads Scanned For Madden Video Game
After working out on Wednesday, players had the opportunity to have their faces scanned for EA Sports' Madden video game.
Veterans' Experience Helping Tevin Mitchel
Tevin Mitchel has quite a lot of experience around him at cornerback, and he's using the veterans' collective knowledge to help him get NFL ready.
Redskins kicker Kai Forbath says he won't change his approach with the league-approved extra-point rule change, which moves PATs back 13 yards.
McVay is only 29 years old and has a lot to still learn. But he's a respected young coach.
Here's five takeaways from Redskins head coach Jay Gruden's Week 3 OTA press conference in Loudoun County, Va.
Walk along the sidelines of Redskins OTAs, and it's hard to miss a new set of drills that look very different. Giant men going through a series of very fast and very physical exchanges with a shorter, smaller coach. Meet Master Joe Kim.
Some highlights and observations about the Redskins secondary during OTAs, focusing on some of the young backups.
Trent Murphy poised to make 'biggest jump' for Redskins - Washington Times
After the rest of the Redskins broke their final huddle at the team's offseason practice Tuesday, outside linebacker Murphy continued to work on the field, running extra drills with a pop-up dummy.
Adrian Arrington, the lead plaintiff in a class-action lawsuit against the N.C.A.A., said his lawyers had agreed to the deal without his knowledge.
The American Medical Association, responding to rising concern about concussions in youth sports like soccer and football, on Tuesday adopted policies intended to lower the risk of these brain injuries and called for prompt diagnosis and medical care.