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According to Dan Pompei with the National Football Post, the Washington Redskins are planning to release safety LaRon Landry, largely due to an injury he's struggling to recover from. Additionally, according to Pompei, Landry is simply looking for a free start.
It was a mutual decision between LaRon Landry and the Redskins to divorce. Landry will be leaving as a free agent.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Washington Redskins have released safety Oshiomogho Atogwe, saying an early goodbye to one of their big free agent signings from last year.
The Redskins also cut longtime fullback Mike Sellers on Monday, the eve of the start of the NFL's free agency signing period.
Atogwe signed a five-year, $26 million contract just before the NFL lockout a year ago, but he was hampered...
According to Mike Jones of the Washington Post, the Redskins have released full back Mike Sellers and safety O.J. Atogwe. They’ll save roughly $4 million in cap space with these two transactions.
Atogwe was owed $3.4 million this season and I believe Sellers was due around $1 million in 2012.
With Atogwe gone and LaRon Landry about to hit the free agent market, the Redskins will...
Earlier today we reported that the New York Jets might be interested in safety LaRon Landry who’ll hit the free agent market this week.
Now according to Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports, the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears also appear to be interested in Landry as well. Both teams need an upgrade at the safety position, and might be able to get Landry at a good price, since he...
BUST A CAP
The NFL came down hard on Dallas and Washington, penalizing each team a significant amount of cap space for front-loading contracts during the uncapped 2010 season.
Wide receiver Eddie Royal has reportedly agreed to a deal with the Washington Redskins, according to team beat writer Grant Paulsen.
Royal should prove to be an asset as a weapon out of the slot for Washington, and could be the heir apparent to 32-year-old vet Santana Moss. Pierre Garcon will be the preferred fantasy target though, who the Redskins also reeled in today.
WAITING IS OVER
Add Pierre Garçon to the growing list of former Colts, as the speedy wideout announced on Facebook and Twitter that he's headed to Washington.
Pierre Garcon says he will be signing with the Washington Redskins.
The receiver announced the news on his Facebook page Tuesday, less than one hour after the start of the NFL free agency signing period.
The former Indianapolis Colts wideout would be a target for Robert Griffin III, the Heisman Trophy winner whom the Redskins are expected to take with the second pick in the NFL...
In a move described by many to be “risky”, (or in my dictionary, stupid as hell) the Washington Redskins, planning to draft Robert Griffin III, traded three of their first round draft picks, and a second round pick to the St. Louis Rams to move up to the second overall pick in this years NFL Draft in hopes of drafting the franchise quarterback that has eluded their franchise...
Wide Receiver, Pierre Garcon, announced via his Facebook page that he signed a contract with the Washington Redskins. The 4th year player set career highs in receptions (70), yards (947), and tied his TD high with (6) in 2011.
Garcon will join Santana Moss, Leonard Hankerson, Anthony Armstrong, and Jabar Gaffney in the Redskins receiving corps. Known for his speed and threat to...
A couple of weeks go Adidas announced it had come to terms with Washington Redskins quarterback the presumed second pick in next month’s NFL Draft, Robert Griffin III. Earlier today Nike made it known the probable #1 pick, Andrew Luck, will be latest member of Team Swoosh. After the Indianapolis Colts and Peyton [...]
As an incentive to reach a new deal before the current CBA expired, 2010 was an uncapped year in the NFL. Teams could operate without salary cap restrictions, but were instructed by the NFL not to abuse the system by loading contracts to pay the majority of a player's salary in 2010 . Two teams, however, did not listen -- the Washington Redskins and the Dallas Cowboys -- and...