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Daily Slop: John Riggins’ Wife, a Lawyer, is taking on the NFL’s shabby treatment of older retired players; Catalina ‘Five Times Stronger’ After Missing Last Season

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Insider's Take: Kyler Murray decided to play football, what's next? | NBC Sports Washington
Kyler Murray made the ultimate decision to play for the NFL over MLB.

Tyler Catalina 'Five Times Stronger' After Missing Last Season To Shoulder Injury
As the curtain closed on 2018, the Redskins finished with a staggering eight offensive lineman on Injured Reserve. With Catalina as one of the bunch, the towering offensive lineman is primed for a 2019 season filled with prosperity.

Bad News for the NFL: John Riggins' Wife Is a Lawyer
Lisa-Marie Riggins' fight against the NFL’s shabby treatment of older retired players.

NFC BeastCast - Episode 1: Top NFC East Storylines Heading Into the Offseason | NFC East Podcast - YouTube
The first episode of the NFC BeastCast...a podcast devoted solely to the NFC East division's four teams, the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, and New York Giants.

26 NFL veterans who could be cut candidates in the 2019 offseason -
Releasing Jordan Reed would leave a dead cap hit of $3.6 million, which is no small savings for a team without much wiggle room this spring. Reed is a former Pro Bowler, but injuries have limited him to just 31 games the past three seasons and he didn’t look like himself in 2018. He had just two touchdown catches while recording a career-low 64.3 percent catch rate. However, with Washington’s quarterback situation up in the air the club may value having a veteran safety valve and some continuity more than the $6 million in savings he’d create.

2019 Potential Cuts: Offensive Tackle | Over the Cap

Roger Goodell wrote letter to Louisiana governor over call
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell replied to a letter from the Louisiana governor over a non-call in the NFC championship game.

Remember Rashad Ross? The former Redskins WR killed it in the AAF | NBC Sports Washington
Rashad Ross played parts of three seasons with the Redskins, but has been out of the NFL since 2016. In his first AAF game, he dominated, and showed some serious speed.