Tanard Jackson Suspended Indefinitely The Washington Redskins posted a message to their twitter account on Wednesday. What it wasn’t, was anything to do with the teams 82nd birthday, which by the way, is today. What it was may not shock many but will infuriate everyone who knows the history behind the player the tweet concerned. [...]
Sean McVay on RGIII: “He Looks Explosive” New Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Sean McVay isn’t making it a secret just how he thinks Robert Griffin III is looking heading into training camp. McVay isn’t exactly a stranger to Griffin’s athletic ability, he was the tight ends coach before taking more responsibility on the staff this [...]
Around the NFC East: Media Links Roundup The following is a collection of news stories (LINKS) from the four teams in the NFC East. To visit the link just simply click the first part of each listing (Links will be underlined). This posting is an easy way to see what’s going on around the NFC [...]
Just What Does DeSean Jackson Bring to the Redskins Offense? So with all the Redskins name debate news in the last few weeks we haven’t been able to devote much time to the new players and philosophy’s the Washington Redskins have added this off-season. In the coming days we plan on doing just that. Today [...]
The Washington Redskins and a Manufactured Fight Over Honor and Racism Today we have a guest writer, Quinn Jordan, who recently wrote the following from the perspective of the truth he found through countless hours of research from BOTH sides of the topic. The ‘Manufactured Fight Over Honor and Racism’ is the story of a [...]
Northern Va. Lawmakers Form Redskins Pride Caucus Three Northern Virginia legislators announced the formation of the “Redskins Pride Caucus” on Monday. The three lawmakers are Del. David Ramadan, R-Loudoun, site of the team’s headquarters; state Sen. Chap Petersen, D-Fairfax City; and Del. Jackson Miller, R-Manassas. The lawmakers say the group’s founding principles are: Providing a [...]
Appeals Court Reinstates 2012 Collusion Case Against NFL The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit has overturned a decision by Judge David Doty dismissing the NFLPA’s effort to claim collusion against the NFL made in the wake of the salary-cap penalties imposed on the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins in 2012. The [...]
Just who is Ray Halbritter? Over the past few years the name of the Washington Redskins Football team has come under attack by many groups including portions of the government and media. The claim these individuals have is they say the team name itself has historical beginnings as a derogatory or racist tag and that [...]
Native Americans Speak on the Meaning of the Word Redskin Over the past few years the name of the Washington Redskins Football team has come under attack by many groups including portions of the government and media. The claim these individuals have is they say the team name itself has historical beginnings as a derogatory [...]
Coach Jay Gruden Post Practice Redskins head coach Jay Gruden spoke to reporters following Wednesday’s practice.
Jordan Reed Hid Concussion Washington Redskins second-year tight end Jordan Reed kept a concussion to himself last season before suffering another one and missing the rest of the year. In a recent interview with David Elfin of The SportsXchange Reed talked of the hidden injury. “I think I had had a concussion two weeks before, [...]
Reed Doughty Bids Farewell to the Redskins Veteran safety Reed Doughty has been a Redskins player since 2006 when he was drafted in the 6th round (173rd overall) and traded to Washington for Redskins quarterback Patrick Ramsey. Doughty was never a “game changer” but in fact was a good fill-in at strong safety and was [...]
Trent Williams Named Number 60 Redskins left tackle Trent Williams was named to the NFL Top 100 list of 2014, he is ranked number 60 this year after being number 99 on the 2013 list. Despite the Redskins only winning three games in 2013, Trent, the anchor of the offensive line, still had his second [...]
Second Man Goes on Trial In Sean Taylor Case The accused mastermind of the botched burglary that claimed the life of Washington Redskins football player Sean Taylor heads to trial on Tuesday in a Miami-Dade courtroom. Jason Mitchell, 25, is accused of coming up with the idea for the November 2007 burglary of Taylor’s Palmetto [...]
Redskins Release 2014 Training Camp Schedule The Washington Redskins will open their 2014 Training Camp on Thursday, July 24 at 8:35 am and will conclude on August 11. Fan Appreciation Day will be Saturday, August 2 at noon. On August 4-6 the Redskins will practice jointly with the New England Patriots. Fans are encouraged to bring [...]
Pierre Garcon Named Number 80 Washington Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garcon had a career year in 2013 despite his team’s losing record. Garcon led the NFL in catches with 113 receptions (first Redskin to do so in 29 years) and was 8th in receiving yards with 1346 yards, he also broke Art Monk’s single season receptions [...]
RGIII Posts Video Message to the Fans Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III posted a video tribute/message to fans yesterday from his Facebook and Instagram accounts. Post by Robert Griffin III.
Gruden Talks Rookie Minicamp Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden addressed the media after the conclusion of the 2014 rookie minicamp.
Redskins Assign Uniform Numbers for new Draft Picks The Washington Redskins have announced temporary uniform numbers for this week’s rookie minicanp for each of their 2014 NFL Draft selections, the numbers are subject to change. Trent Murphy – 93 Morgan Moses – 76 Spencer Long – 60 Bashaud Breeland – 26 Ryan Grant – 14 Lache Seastrunk [...]
Washington Redskins Start Signing Undrafted Players Now that the 2014 NFL Draft is in the books, the Redskins have the opportunity to fill out the rest of their 90-man camp roster by signing some of the undrafted players left over from the draft (they had 73 on the roster before the draft, drafted 8, so that [...]
Jay Gruden After the Third day of the 2014 NFL Draft Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden speaks to the media following the third day of the 2014 NFL Draft.
Redskins Draft Kicker Zach Hocker The Washington Redskins decided to use their last pick in the 2014 NFL Draft (228th overall) on Arkansas kicker Zach Hocker. Hocker (6-0, 189 lbs) hit on 61 of his 79 attempts in four years and was 171 of 173 on extra points. The biggest thing Hocker may bring to [...]
Redskins Draft TE Ted Bolser The Washington Redskins used their 7th round pick (217th overall) to draft Indiana tight end Ted Bolser. Bolser (6-5, 257 lbs), looks to add depth to a Redskins roster that already features three tight ends, but did lose Fred Davis. Bolser has good size and enough strength to go along [...]
Redskins Draft RB Lache Seastrunk The Washington Redskins decided to trade their 6th round pick (number 178) to the Tennessee Titans in exchange for 186th pick (6th round) and 228th pick (7th round). With the 186th pick the Redskins drafted Baylor running back Lache Seastrunk. Seastrunk (5-10, 201 lbs), was projected in the fourth round (value [...]
Redskins Draft WR Ryan Grant The Washington Redskins used their fifth round pick (142nd overall) to draft Tulane wide receiver Ryan Grant. Grant (6-0, 199 lbs) has a tremendous set of hands, but lacks top end speed and size. I’m a bit surprised with this pick seeing as the Redskins have several options already at [...]