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Brandon Meriweather has found a home. The former Patriots and Bears safety has signed a two-year, $6 million deal with the Washington Redskins, according to The Washington Post. Meriweather, the 24th overall pick by the Pats in 2007, had his best year in 2009 when he recorded 83 tackles and five interceptions. The Miami product was cut by the Pats in early September last year and signed by the Bears to a one-year deal. In Chicago, he started four off 11 games and notched 32 tackles.
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The man accused of fatally shooting Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor during a 2007 burglary has fired his lawyer one month before his murder trial.
Eric Rivera Jr. gave the Miami-Dade County, Fla., judge a letter Friday explaining his reasons for firing Quinton Pitts, an experienced defense lawyer. The judge ordered the letter sealed and said a new lawyer would be appointed...
The Washington Redskins have moved heaven and draft picks to position themselves to land Robert Griffin III, the quarterback we here in Texas affectionately like to call Superman.
Nor did we cape him lightly.
He earned that moniker by winning at a Baylor program many felt beyond help. The thing about the cape, or even just the socks with the cape on them, is you think you are invincible...
Nobody is more aware or in support of the New York Jets upgrading their safety position than this website. However, signing free agent safety Brandon Meriweather is far from the right approach when it comes to fixing arguably the team’s weakest spot. If you are looking to sign a player who has seen their play has radically decline the past two years, is a penalty/fine drawing...
Mike Holmgren told me everything I need to know about the Washington Redskins trade-up for the Rams' slot in the 2012 NFL Draft.
Why else would the president of the Cleveland Browns have to explain to season ticket holders that he lost the bid to trade up for the rights to Robert Griffin III?
"I'm not going to tell you exactly what we offered, but I will say what we...
After a quick fling with the Washington Redskins, Eddie Royal married the San Diego Chargers for a three-year, $13 million contract with $6 million guaranteed.
Royal was at Redskins Park when free agency opened and Mike Shanahan nearly got him in the fold with a reported two-year, $12 million contract.
We can't say that Washington lost Royal. We never really had him. But, Royal...
The New York Giants have signed oft-injured safety Chris Horton.
The Super Bowl champions announced the signing late Thursday afternoon.
Horton did not play in the NFL last season. He spent his first three seasons with the Washington Redskins, but missed half of each of his last two seasons with toe and ankle injuries. The UCLA product made 15 starts for the Redskins and had 122...
The Washington Redskins made the first step in improving their receiving corps yesterday by signing former Indianapolis Colt Pierre Garcon and San Francisco 49ers Josh Morgan.
Already trading four picks for the No. 2 overall selection this year with the intent of selecting Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III, the Redskins added two wideouts yesterday to the new look Washington...
Well things have revved up in the NFL and I have been more than lackadaisical in my coverage.
What that means is that I was unable to get most of the teams taken care of, I mean I only got 5 teams taken care of, but I nailed the Bucs and Rams and what they were going to do, so I feel great about what I did write prior to the free agent frenzy beginning.
So that means I got to get...
Robert Griffin III is proving to be this year's prize. The Redskins proved to be more brazen than the Browns in their attempt to grab a franchise player.