Found February 20, 2012 on D.C. Sports Bog:
Last week came word that Clinton Portis still wanted to play NFL football, and that he had struggled with the idea of playing in 2011 because he was “heartbroken” over the end of his Redskins tenure. Monday, Portis explained himself further during an interview with John Thompson on ESPN 980, and he took the love metaphor to the next step. Read full article >>

Bruce Allen: Redskins ‘have a game plan’ at quarterback

If you want to spend 51 seconds not learning anything about what the Redskins plan to do at the quarterback position next season, you could go eat some rice pudding, or draw a picture of clouds with oil pastels, or bang your head into a wall 51 times, or watch this clip from Redskins Nation. Read full article >>

Redskins forced to discuss quarterback “game plan”

Just over a week ago a Washington Redskins fan posted an article on about his encounter with defensive coordinator Jim Haslett when he ran into him in public. Supposedly Haslett gave the fan some insight on what the Redskins plan is this offseason when it comes to their quarterback situation. Haslett of course denied everything that he was accused of saying by the fan...

Clinton Portis confirms he’s still alive after Twitter rumors

Here was a weird thing that happened on Sunday and early Monday: people on Twitter started wondering whether Clinton Portis had died in a car crash. Like, famous people started wondering, too. “What happened with clinton portis?” Maurice Jones-Drew asked on Twitter. Read full article >>

2012 Redskins QB Rumors

It’s funny hearing all of the draft and trade rumors with regards to the Washington Redskins and their needs in order to get them back to those glory days of the past.  From picking up Peyton Manning to trading up to get the Rams 2nd overall pick to draft RGIII.  But then again, it’s that time. Everyone knows that owner Daniel Snyder is not afraid to spend money on his team...

'Skins still lack a QB; more team needs

The Washington Redskins and Mike Shanahan are still looking for that "franchise" player at the quarterback position, as they plan to upgrade from John Beck and Rex Grossman this offseason. With issues also outside of the numbers at the wide receiver position and in the secondary, let's take a look at the rookie prospects that fit the team needs in Washington heading...

Bold Predictions: Washington Redskins

The Washington Redskins ended 2011 regular season like they have the past three seasons before it; not celebrating. The Redskins haven’t been to the playoffs since 2007 and have been watching the postseason from home in 10 of their last 13 seasons. But there were some bright spots in 2011. There was resemblance of the Redskins of old with a reemergence of a running game led by...

Busy week ahead for Redskins officials

Today marks the start of a busy week for the Washington Redskins and other NFL teams. Starting today, teams can begin placing the franchise tag on an impending free agent of their own, and on Tuesday, Redskins officials head to Indianapolis, where the NFL Scouting Combine gets underway Wednesday evening. Read full article >>

Is Portis a viable possibility?

Even though he signed a two-year contract, this season’s backup running back, Ricky Williams, retired earlier this month. That leaves the Ravens with inexperienced backs behind Ray Rice. The two running backs behind Rice, who is a free agent, on the roster are Anthony Allen and Damien Berry. Allen was action in five games this season, totaling three carries for eight yards. All...

Redskins' Haslett forced to deny QB talk after fan's report

When you're the defensive coordinator of the Washington Redskins nothing you say is off the record. For Jim Haslett, that includes morning conversations at the Hampton Roads' Embassy Suites.

Business again figures to be brisk at NFL's scouting combine

INDIANAPOLIS — Kory Lichtensteiger sat inside a hotel room here four years ago, an offensive line prospect eager to transition from his collegiate career at Bowling Green State to the NFL. Interviews with NFL executives are one component of the league's annual scouting combine, what amounts to a four-day job ...
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