The Daily Twitter will be posted at the beginning of every day (at midnight in Washington, DC). The goal is to give readers a handy spot to check the Redskins beat writers & bloggers, and national sports journalists to keep up on the latest news about the Redskins, the NFL, and sports in general, along with a smattering of other things.
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Football is 9⃣3⃣ days away. pic.twitter.com/dRehesRfpa— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) June 7, 2019
Cooley on Jimmy Moreland:— Redskins Realm (@SkinsRealm) June 7, 2019
“They aren’t talking about Jimmy Moreland because he has a chance to make the team, they are talking about him because he has the chance to be the starting nickel.”
Rookie tour of D.C. was great! What a time to be able to go around and see the history of this great country!! pic.twitter.com/a9hwf1WkUk— Ryan Bee (@r_bee91) June 7, 2019
Bruce Allen says he knows the truth about Trent Williams’ absence (even if he’s not sharing it) https://t.co/xcMpuohpPB— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) June 7, 2019
Special podcast: The Trent Williams Crisis (ok that sounds pretty damn serious. Is it? Good chat here with @Tarik_ElBashir and @michaelpRTD about this topic and also Dwayne Haskins) https://t.co/ZaltwRqwKd— John Keim (@john_keim) June 6, 2019
Also Speaks to lack of depth and lack of healthy tackles. They want flowers to compete at LG; spending most of his time at OT https://t.co/ziK3NSJrir— John Keim (@john_keim) June 7, 2019
This would have made sense even without the Trent Williams situation. #Redskins are desperate for tackle depth. Trent’s situation makes it even more of an issue. Ty Nsekhe is a big loss now, but he was always likely to get a starting job elsewhere. https://t.co/atVMQZskZq— Mark Bullock (@MarkBullockNFL) June 7, 2019
I gotta feeling Jimmy Moreland is going give up TD’s while getting picks too NFL WR’s especially slot guys are definitely crafty & shifty https://t.co/8j6yjxMpFL— Seph Porter (@Breakemdownseph) June 7, 2019
On this week's #Redskins Capital Connection podcast, rookie WR Terry McLaurin (@TheTerry_25) told us all about how he's preparing to play in the NFL, and it should excite everyone in the #HTTR family.— Chad Ryan (@ChadwikoRCC) June 6, 2019
Podcast out now:https://t.co/ANdNMAcRf2 pic.twitter.com/Q08DwUazgX
The next talking head who suggests that the #Redskins have changed, or beat writer who claims the football operation is the most stable it has been in decades, should have to undergo a procedure by the Redskins medical staff. My column #NFL https://t.co/mCbQkuzJx9— thom loverro (@thomloverro) June 7, 2019
Doesn’t exactly sound like an extension is coming https://t.co/zqUPybp9MP— Robbie Duncan (@RobbieDuncanOL) June 7, 2019
The Rookie & Tha Vet! We on 1,000— *Joshua R. Norman (@J_No24) June 7, 2019
young gun https://t.co/EgbcVrizwa
I don’t care what anyone says... we need that man @TrentW71 and if y’all say we don’t you guys are TRIPPING!!!! Best offensive lineman in all of football don’t @ me about that.— Jack gruden (@JGruden3) June 7, 2019
Not sure who has had it worse: Marcus Mariota, who has had 4 different playcallers in 4 years (and a 5th in ‘19) or Jameis Winston, who has only known life under Dirk Koetter.— Football Perspective (@fbgchase) June 7, 2019
Aaron Rodgers had won 6 career games when he was the age JW/MM are now. https://t.co/cMcuUlJ7Fo
Reminder that Jameis Winston, despite entering the NFL a year before Carson Wentz, is actually a full year younger than Carson Wentz.— Football Perspective (@fbgchase) June 7, 2019
And with the exception of Wentz's MVP-level season, Winston has been better than him at every age level so far.
At age 24, Winston had an up-and-down year but was about average. Wentz had his MVP-caliber season. So age 24 was the first year where Wentz >>> Winston.— Football Perspective (@fbgchase) June 7, 2019
Age 25 was Wentz last year, and Winston in 2019. TBD.
At age 22, Winston was an average NFL QB: he averaged 5.98 ANY/A and went 9-7 as a starter. Wentz had a injury-shortened year at NDSU.— Football Perspective (@fbgchase) June 7, 2019
At age 23, Winston had 3,504 yards, 19 TDs, 11 INTs, and averaged 7.9 Y/A. Wentz threw for 3,782 yards, 16 TDs, 14 INTs, and averaged 6.2 Y/A.
I created a handy graphic to help you out with the Wentz extension pic.twitter.com/4DzVihJiNN— Benjamin Solak (@BenjaminSolak) June 7, 2019
After 2019, the Rams will have to decide whether to let Todd Gurley walk away with $34.5 million after two years or allow another $10.5 million in guarantees to fully vest https://t.co/7cjBSGpZsl— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) June 7, 2019
Kirk Cousins knows he must deliver after disappointing first season with #Vikings.— Mike Jones (@ByMikeJones) June 7, 2019
“Now, it’s only about becoming one of those guys that’s consistently in the playoffs and winning in the playoffs. ... I want and *need* to be that guy.”https://t.co/pGKi01dPeP via @usatoday
Is there any language in 1st round rookie contracts that explicitly includes the fifth year option? Or is that entirely dictated by Art. 7, §7 of CBA?— Nick Korte (@nickkorte) June 7, 2019
We’ve agreed to terms with Joe Douglas to be our next GM. pic.twitter.com/tzQiWzNmkp— New York Jets (@nyjets) June 8, 2019
Lets hope the #Jets got it right with Douglas. Last two GMs have been terrible. Douglas certainly comes from two of the better run and respected franchises in the NFL.— Jason_OTC (@Jason_OTC) June 8, 2019
Jets are giving former Eagles’ vice president of player personnel Joe Douglas a six-year deal to become their GM, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 8, 2019
Jets just would not take “no” as an answer from Joe Douglas. He tried to turn down the Jets and each time he did, they came back at him harder and harder. Jets simply were not going to be denied in their efforts to land the former Eagles’ vice president of player personnel.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 8, 2019
I’ll say this: Joe Douglas, regardless of what it took, restores credibility to the Jets organization after a messy month. And you can’t put a price on that.— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) June 8, 2019
18 months ago, Brian Gaine was #Texans coach Bill O’Brien’s choice as GM. He left a great situation in Buffalo, the team went 11-5, made the playoffs and now he’s out. It is a cold-blooded business. https://t.co/gKTiCoFgyk— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) June 7, 2019
Another quiet June NFL Friday:— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 8, 2019
Prosecutors in Kansas no longer actively investigating criminal case against Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill involving alleged injuries to his 3-year-old son
Texans fired their general manager Brian Gaine.
Jets hired Joe Douglas as their general manager.
Friday afternoon. Summertime. After 5:00 p.m. ET. pic.twitter.com/XpCkxdCpx2— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) June 7, 2019
Tonight on @nflnetwork @NFLTotalAccess Rams COO Kevin Demoff tells me that QB Jared Goff is in their long-term plans. They hope to make him wealthy. They just can’t do it right now. They have Goff under contract for two more years and an extension will get done.— Steve Wyche (@wyche89) June 7, 2019
The @RamsNFL rookies found out today that being in the @NFL is far more than making plays on the field. They met roughly 100 former inmates who are building the new LA Stadium - and building better lives. @nflnetwork. pic.twitter.com/hIYKUkS1Wn— Steve Wyche (@wyche89) June 7, 2019
Visited the grave of my friend’s father and witnessed a remarkable ceremony. The letters on the white crosses almost disappear in the brightness of the stone, so a soldier fills the indentations with sand from Omaha Beach to bring the name forward. It sent shivers down my spine. pic.twitter.com/e2G8KvvALt— Jackie Speier (@RepSpeier) June 6, 2019
Rumours of prostitution taking place in world’s biggest open air brothel #Pattaya debunked! A vast army of Prayuth’s men (The same who didn’t notice any election rigging) invaded #Pattaya with the aim to uncover evidence of prostitution. It was false alarm. No prostitution found. pic.twitter.com/p56IQx7nPG— ThaiMythbuster (@thaimythbuster) June 7, 2019