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The Penalty Flag:
It is official. Washington Redskins GM Bruce Allen has announced that a deal with the Redskins and the St. Louis Rams has been made that will allow the Redskins to move up to the second pick in this year’s NFL Draft. The Redskins will give up their first round pick in 2012, 2013, and 2014
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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...
Bruce Allen’s response to the cap space report is perfectly defiant. [Redskins Blog]
The NFLPA agreed to the Skins and Cowboys losing their cap space. [PFT]
Advocating for Snyder to “sue the hell out of Roger Goodell.” [Homer McFanboy]
Hey, free agency starts today. The Skins have many wants and needs. [WaPo]
Vincent Jackson isn’t worth elite WR money. [Fatpickled]
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...
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.
Former Bears-Patriots safety Brandon Meriweather reached agreement to join the Washington Redskins this afternoon. The two sides agreed to a two-year, $6 million deal according to a story in The Insider.
Meriweather is a two time Pro Bowler with the Patriots, but struggled in the Bears' defensive scheme where his struggles vaguely resembled Adam Archuleta's struggle in Washington...
The Redskins are reportedly talking about a contract with wide receiver Pierre Garcon.
The Redskins could use playmakers at the position, and Garcon would make a fine addition after the 25-year-old pro set new highs in catches (70) and receiving yards (947) in 2011. Would bode well for quarterback Robert Griffin III as well if Washington selects him with the No. 2 pick...
(Sports Network) - The Dallas Cowboys and Washington Redskins will be docked millions of dollars in salary cap space by the NFL for piling money into and uncapped season.
The teams front-loaded contracts in 2010 to save money under the cap over the past two seasons, according to several reports Monday.
Citing sources, ESPN.com reported the Cowboys will lose $10 million and the...
Some big moves were made on Tuesday in the NFL free agency saga. Pierre Garcon announced that he will be heading to the Washington Redskins, while Brandon Marshall got traded to the Bears for two third round picks. Find out how it went down, and what the players had to say about the moves.
Up until a few days ago no one could predict what the Washington Redskins were going to do in the 2011 NFL Draft. With the fifth overall pick and glaring holes to fill, it was anyone's guess. It was no secret that the Redskins had expressed interest in a quarterback. However, with the Browns being rumored to be close to a deal with St. Louis for the second overall pick it seemed...
Robert Griffin III has made the Washington Redskins a more attractive destination for NFL free agents.
The league's open market begins Tuesday, and the team that has finished last four years running in the NFC East can pitch a future built around the dynamic Heisman Trophy winner from Baylor.
Longtime player agent Tony Agnone says the Redskins' pursuit of Griffin '...
No RGIII miracles by the Lake.
Cecilio’s Scribe posed the question last week, and The Redskins/Daniel Snyder?/Bruce Allen?/Mike Shannahan? answered on Friday night. That has to be a straight Dan Snyder move, right? The Redskins not only jumped into the bidding pool for the Ram’s #2 pick (a.k.a. RGIII), they did a cannonball and created a tidal wave that tossed the Cleveland...
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.