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After four years with the Indianapolis Colts, Pierre Garcon decided that he did not want to be a part of their rebuilding franchise. The Colts offered Garcon a five-year contract before free agency started. The deal was rejected and instead the speedy wide-out signed a five-year, $42.5 million contract with the Washington Redskins.
Washington was quite active in free agency. Aside from Garcon, they also brought in wide receiver Josh Morgan, defensive back Cedric Griffin and safety Brandon Meriweather.
They also completed a trade with the St. Louis Rams sending them multiple draft picks to acquire the second overall pick in this year’s draft. The pick will more than likely be used on Robert Griffin III or Andrew Luck.
Santana Moss is getting older and at 25 years old, Garcon will add more youth to the Redskins receiving core. The Skins also drafted both Niles Paul and Leonard Hankerson in 2011 and will look for these three, along with Fred Davis to be solid contributors in thei...
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Without a doubt, April 26th will be a very important date for Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III. While there have been constant rumors that the Indianapolis Colts and their GM Jim Irsay may go after RGIII, the impression that RGIII has given as of late is that he wants to become a Washington Redskin.
Even though the Washington Redskins have thought about drafting Robert Griffin III in the 2012 NFL draft, it's being reported that the Redskins are also thinking about the idea of drafting Andrew Luck instead of Griffin III.According to the NFL Network, the two QB's -- Griffin III and Luck -- will receive mutiple visits from the Redskins from now up-until the day of the 2012...
The Washington Redskins offered journeyman free-agent safety Madieu Williams a contract, the Washington Post reported.
Terms of the proposed deal were not disclosed for Williams, who visited the club on Friday.
Williams, 30, played 15 games for the San Francisco 49ers last season, but only collected nine tackles.
According to ProFootballTalk.com, the Washington Redskins will visit with Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck the same way they’re visiting with Baylor’s Robert Griffin III.
Even though the Redskins prefer Griffin over Luck, they really don’t have a choice, because if the Indianapolis Colts end up drafting Griffin, they would’ve then put in a lot of work for nothing.
Former Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck and former Baylor QB and Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III will meet with the Washington Redskins several times between now and draft day, according to NFL.com.
"No different than any of the previous years,” said Redskins general manager Bruce Allen. “We send our coaches to college campus for player evaluations. In the coming...
According to Chick Hernandez of CSNWashington.com, Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan visited Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III in Waco, TX on Thursday night and he’ll be visiting him twice a week for the next several weeks.
Shanahan is clearly meeting with Griffin, in order to help him get a head start on learning the Redskins’ playbook so he’ll be...
Jim Irsay and the Indianapolis Colts have confirmed via Twitter that the Robert Griffin III's camp has declined a request for a private workout. Griffin's agent formally turned down the request, and while Griffin himself didn't do the talking, the writing is on the wall.
By not working out for the Colts, it ensures Griffin will be selected by the Washington Redskins...
It’s said that in football you are always one play away from what could be your last. This was never more true as one of the most gruesome moments in NFL History happened on November 18th 1985. The setting was RFK Stadium on Monday Night Football as the 5-5 Washington Redskins took on the 7-3 New
No matter who drafts whom, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III will face off in the preseason Week Three game this August. The gods of the NFL have decreed it. They never miss a marketing trick, do they?
The Indianapolis Colts visit the Washington Redskins during the preseason in a contest that has "national broadcast" written all over it. The Colts are expected to draft...
In which Hog Heaven uses the Pro Football Weekly Draft Value Chart to plan it's 2012 NFL Draft. The rules are simple: I can select any player in or reach for any player beyond the value of the stated pick. In reality, there will be players that fall to you from higher, and I think the best drafting teams will target the players who have fallen (organically, at least). But...