New England Patriots soon-to-be free agent cornerback Aqib Talib is seeking a "top-of-the-market" contract, something he likely isn't going to find in New England. But if there's a team willing to break the bank for him, it may just be the Washington Redskins. The Redskins, along with a few other teams, reached out to Talib on Saturday, the day when it became...
The Washington Redskins are looking for ways to upgrade the roster they had in 2013 that was one of the worst in the NFL. But while the team was hindered by not being able to spend in free agency last season, Washington is trying to change their fortunes in 2014.
Robert Griffin III won’t be a selling tool for Washington when it comes to luring in free agents, as Redskins beat...
According to ESPN the Washington Redskins were among the teams that reached out to Talib on Saturday, reports John Keim of ESPN.com. Washington’s interest comes as no surprise. General manager Bruce Allen was in the front office when the Buccaneers drafted Talib, and defensive backs coach Raheem Morris was Tampa Bay’s head coach for three […]The post Redskins are trying to...
With NFL free agency commencing on Tuesday, reports and rumors are already circulating on potential free agent interest by the Redskins. Redskins do have decent salary cap space, but also have significant roster issues.
It’s not a big secret out there that the Redskins will be more than likely spending substantial free agency dollars on their secondary. For two consecutive...
A report surfaced on Saturday that the New York Giants are interested in Ravens defensive end Arthur Jones. It looks like some other teams are getting in on the action. According to the Baltimore Sun, the Titans, Vikings and Redskins are also interested in Jones. Jones has already drawn interest from the Tennessee Titans, Washington Redskins, New York Giants, Minnesota Vikings...
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Redskins Free Agency Preview The Washington Redskins haven’t had a normal free-agency in years. In 2010 every team in the NFL was readying itself for the impending lockout so no long term deals were truly on the table and new head coach (at that time) Mike Shanahan was still having to deal with the contracts [...]
There is an inverse correlation between spending on free agents and winning in the NFL. This seems like the time of year where everyone forgets this.
It would make sense, given the fact above, that I would advocate the Washington Redskins to sit out the early part of free agency, since the money spent will not provide the most return on the players. I am not advocating that...
Mike Campanaro: a must draft for the Washington RedskinsMike Campanaro shakes a host of defenders in a game against Boston College earlier this season. (photo credit ACC blogs)
Washington Redskins wide receiver coach Ike Hilliard was described as being “enamored” at the 2014 NFL combine. Was it by 6-5 jump ball snagging machine from Texas A&M Mike Evans? Or was it the explosive...
The Redskins offensive line was a mess last season. If you’re even a casual fan of the team, you already knew that. Only one lineman played well enough to deserve a starting job in 2014 — LT Trent Williams. Guards Kory Lichtensteiger and Chris Chester, C Will Montgomery and RT Tyler Polumbus were all mediocre or worse. The best and most realistic solution would be to move Lichtensteiger...
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is as proud a Baylor alum as they come – and never has it been more apparent than tonight. RGIII somehow got his hands on the new Adidas “Made In March” jerseys that the basketball team will be wearing this postseason and took a few photos of himself wearing the “Sic “Em Bears” gear. He even let out his fro and claimed...
DeAngelo Hall, “The NFL’s Best Mercenary for Hire” re-signed with the Washington Redskins two weeks ago today.
The four year, $17 million dollar contract with the 30 year old is an unsettling one, hearkening back to the days of the Redskins overpaying for over the hill prospects.
Personally I think the Redskins would have benefited from ditching an old dog for a young hound...
Having recently signed CB DeAngelo Hall and DL Chris Baker to new contracts, the Redskins now have 16 unsigned free agents — six on offense and ten on defense.
We’re just a week away from the start of 2014 NFL Free Agency. It’s an exciting time that presents plenty of optimism for players, teams and fans alike. With each signing comes the hope that your team is one step closer to a Super Bowl championship. But all too often, front offices around the NFL try so hard to scoop up what they think are the missing pieces to their Super...
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Moves are starting to be made. With free agency just a week away, NFL teams are deciding which players on their current roster are worth keeping, and which ones can test the waters of the open market.
As a result, some teams have already strengthened themselves, while others have taken a step backwards before the offseason has hardly started. The first dominoes have fallen, setting...