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The Washington Redskins’ late season push to win the NFC East has given many in Redskins Nation hope that the future is brighter than ever. With that being said, the Skins will need to build on their success and get better through a series of off-season moves, including re-signs, free agents, and the draft among others. Let’s take a look at how they should approach this very important off-season. - 2013 Re-signs/restructure: 1. Re-sign Rob Jackson (probably won’t stay though) 2. Franchise Fred Davis 3. Re-sign Lorenzo Alexander 4. Re-sign Kory L to a long term deal 5. Re-sign Chris Baker to be our back up NT 6. Re-sign Tyler Polumbus to compete with Tom Compton and Rookie 7. Re-sign Kedric Golston 8. Tender Restricted Free Agents Darrel Young and Logan Paulsen 9. Restructure Santana Moss and DeAngelo Hall to create cap room to add free agents 10. Cut Jamaal Brown after June 1st 2013 Free Agency: 1. Sign Keenan Lewis to be our starting CB opposite Hall, putting Wilson at #3 2. Sign D...
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With Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis announcing his retirement after the playoffs, players around the league have been reflecting on his career, and Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall offered his take to Stephen Whyno of the Washington Times.
“Guys were like, you could argue Fletch has had a better career,” he said.
“Might not have had all the hype and things...
This unidentified grocery store's attempt to make a Washington Redskins cake was a good effort, except for one small detail.
Unfortunately, it's the most critical detail of the cake: they misspelled the team name. Sorry, it's not spelled "Reskins".
Since the cake apparently hasn't been sold yet, maybe it can still be fixed. Or, maybe the...
Talk about 9 inch nails. Pepper Cox might be the biggest Washington Redskins fan around. She started growing her fingernails 11 years ago and has painted them burgundy and gold every football season since
"Dan Snyder, I love him. I just wish sometimes he'd get a front line - I
need an offensive front line, but I love him," says Cox.
Washington Redskins left guard Kory Lichtensteiger left Sunday's playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks are re-injuring his sprained left ankle.
Lichtensteiger departed after the seventh play of Washington's opening drive following a run by Alfred Morris.
Lichtensteiger was active for the game despite missing practice all week. He sprained his ankle in the third quarter...
The Washington Redskins have restored cornerback Cedric Griffin to the 53-man roster in time for the playoffs after his four-game suspension for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
Coach Mike Shanahan said Friday that Griffin will be available for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks.
Griffin's suspension ended Monday, and the coaching...
Redskins defensive tackle Kedric Golston told USA Today sports that Seahwaks cornerback Richard Sherman is a cheater for failing a drug test.Sherman responded to Golston’s comments by comparing himself to Jesus.“Everybody has haters…People think Jesus didn’t exist. They think he wasn’t a miracle worker,” said Sherman, per USA Today Sports via Black Sports Online. There...
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III isn’t
included on the team’s injury report this week and linebacker London Fletcher
is probable to play today against the Seattle Seahawks, but offensive lineman
Kory Lichtensteiger is questionable to play with an ankle injury.
Fletcher missed practice on Wednesday and again on Friday as
he continues to be hampered by his...
During the final minutes of the Redskins loss to the Seahawks on Sunday, RG3 was injured in a horrific manner. The extent of the injury isn’t known yet, but we are very positive that knees aren’t supposed to bend like they do below.
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Going to be a lot of discussion should he have been in the game.
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When players from the Seahawks and Redskins met at mid-field following their NFC playoff game, it was only a matter of time before Richard Sherman and Trent Williams found each other.
The result was so talking and then attempted punch/shove by Williams to the face of Sherman. As players were seperated the Seattle corner took a chance to wave.
Seattle won the game 24-14 and will play...