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Robert Griffin III, widely expected to be taken No. 2 overall by
the Washington Redskins in next week's NFL draft, says he expects
to be "the face of a franchise."
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During a pre-draft conference call on Friday, former Indianapolis Colts general manager Bill Polian said that Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III “is not Cam Newton as a runner,” per The Washington Post.
Polian continued by saying that, “He’s a world-class track man and as such is a bit of a long-strider and a bit of a narrow base guy, as opposed to Cam, who’s an instinctive...
One thing that looks for certain with the 2012 NFL Draft this coming Thursday is that Andrew Luck will go number one to the Indianapolis Colts and the Washington Redskins will use their number two pick to select the reigning Heisman Trophy winner from Baylor University in QB Robert Griffin III. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported
We are 3 days away from welcoming the newest class of players into the NFL at the 2012 NFL Draft. Each team, after months of going over almost every player in college football, will be ready to hunker down in the war rooms with their Top-Secret Draft boards. Teams will be calling other teams, they will be calling players, they will be calling agents. Teams will be getting calls...
According to Dan Graziano of ESPN.com, even though running back Tim Hightower remains a free agent, the Washington Redskins would love to bring him back for this coming season, if he’s healthy after suffering a torn ACL in 2011.
Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan believes Hightower is an every down back and would love for him to come back. My guess is that the Redskins want to...
Free-agent running back Tim Hightower may be back in a Washington Redskins uniform next season, according to the Washington Posts sources.
The four-year veteran visited the New England Patriots on Saturday but the Redskins still have a chance to re-sign Hightower who turns 26 next month.
Hightower opened the season as Washington's starting running back, but tore his ACL during...
Whatever help the Redskins can give themselves and their roster on draft day to compete in 2012, its clear that the NFL has already done it's part to make the Redskins' season more enjoyable in 2012.The Redskins were rewarded for their fourth consecutive fourth place finish in the NFC East with the customary fourth place schedule. But in the past three years, that fourth...
The Washington Redskins have inked free agent linebacker Bryan Kehl to a one-year deal, according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post. Kehl played outside linebacker earlier in his career in stints with the St. Louis Rams and New York Giants, but is expected to move to inside linebacker to back up starters London Fletcher and Perry Riley.
Originally chosen in the fourth round...
The Washington Redskins signed free-agent linebacker Bryan Kehl to a contract.
Terms were not disclosed.
After being drafted by the New York Giants, Kehl has played the last two seasons with the St. Louis Rams - primarily as a special teams player.
Kehl would join inside linebackers London Fletcher, Perry Riley and Lorenzo Alexander on the Redskins' roster.
Despite being a Washington Redskins fan, I am able to set aside my loyalties to give thanks and praise when it is deserved - even if it is to a member of a team that rivaled the Redskins for a decade. Former Philadelphia Eagle and most recently Denver Bronos safety, Brian Dawkins was a great player for 16 NFL seasons.
After suffering a serious neck injury late last season, the 38 year-old is
We're days away from the draft. The projected number 2, Baylor's Robert Griffin III gets today's Videostat Profile:
Positives:The Washington Redskins traded to position themselves to choose Griffin as the No. 2 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. In Griffin, the Redskins get a quarterback that comes with a lot of upside due to athleticism and intelligence on and off the field...