Becoming a Redskin: Robert Griffin III’s journey from Texas to Washington – The Washington Post
From Texas to Washington, from regional hero to national pitchman, from college student to multimillionaire, from the face of a small private university to that of the third-most valuable franchise in U.S. professional sports.
Sonny Jurgensen says RGIII will be ‘quicker than any Redskins quarterback in history’ – DC Sports Bog – The Washington Post
The Redskins legend also advises fans to exercise some caution when it comes to the hype.
Neild puts his nose to the grindstone | PoconoRecord.com
As rookie seasons go, it was a successful one for the 6-foot-2, 320-pound nose tackle out of Stroudsburg High School and West Virginia University. It all started after being drafted by the Redskins in the seventh round (No. 253 overall pick) and playing in all 16 games behind starter Barry Cofield, finishing with 10 tackles and two sacks.
The Redskins Blog | 80th Bus Tour At Commonwealth Games
On Friday afternoon, the Redskins 80th Anniversary Bus Tour made one of its final stops, this time at the 23rd Annual Virginia Commonwealth Games. Nearly 2,000 Redskins fans gathered at Roanoke Civic Center to meet current and former members of the burgundy and gold. Sophomore players DeJon Gomes and Aldrick Robinson were joined by Redskins’ greats Ken Harvey, Dexter Manley, Frank Grant and Roy Jefferson aboard the Thank You Bus.
Five questions heading into Ashburn: Offense edition – Blogging the bEast
3) We know Pierre Garcon will start, but how will the rest of the WR roles shake out? Santana Moss isn’t going anywhere, and I expect him to start opposite Garcon. But we already know plenty about Tana by now. The real competition will be between Leonard Hankerson and Josh Morgan. In 3 WR sets, Moss will likely move inside to the slot, with either Hankerson or Morgan lining up outside, but I suspect we’ll see the Redskins show a wide assortment of looks.
Redskins positional review: Quarterbacks | WashingtonExaminer.com
Projected starter: Robert Griffin III Key reserves: Rex Grossman, Kirk Cousins
Robert Griffin III: Becoming a Redskin – The Insider – The Washington Post
At heart, the new Washington quarterback was a Redskin long before he was drafted and signed his contract.
Video: RG3 versus Luck in rookie year – NFC East Blog – ESPN
One of the debates on First Take this morning was over which of the two quarterbacks taken at the top of this year’s draft would have the better ro
Brian Orakpo spends final week before camp… in camp! | Ball Hogs Radio
Curious what pro athletes do on their final days before the grind of football training camp begins? They host football …
Roy Helu set to take Redskins running back job – NFL.com
Tim Hightower is expected by many to return as the Washington Redskins‘ starter this season. But Gregg Rosenthal explains why Roy Helu could give the veteran a run for his money.
ProFootballWeekly.com – RG3 can rev up Redskins’ running backs too
The presence of QB Robert Griffin III should have a tangible effect on the Redskins’ run game this season.
Rak on the refs lockout: ‘Fans don’t come to see referees’
The NFL has locked out the regular referees and there are plans to have replacements work the games if no resolution to the dispute is reached. Brian Orakpo had a few words to say on that subject.
Quick hits: Will one RB dominate?
Quick hits: Will one running back carry the load for the Redskins? Plus, will the Redskins borrow from Baylor’s playbook?
The Redskins sign RG3–now what? – Rich Tandler’s Real Redskins
The Redskins have their franchise quarterback signed, sealed, and delivered. Robert Griffin III is under their control for the next five years (the four-year deal plus a team option in the fifth year). So now what? Well, once they get RG3 enrolled in the 401k and health care plans, get his direct deposit information (unless he’s going to drop off his $14 million signing bonus check at the drive-through at the bank like Chris Cooley did with his bonus check),…
Robert Griffin III and Cam Newton: Comparisons are fair – Hard Hits – The Washington Post
Redskins QB could have a rookie year that surpasses the Carolina star’s first season.
Training camp questions countdown: Wide receivers coming off injuries – Washington Times
Counting down the most important personnel questions facing the Redskins during training camp and the preseason.
Washington Redskins: RGIII’s New Gatorade Commercial “Greatness is Taken” (Video) | Cowboys Vs. Redskins
Robert Griffin III puts in the lonely work this summer because he knows that greatness isn’t given – it’s taken
Interview: LaVar Arrington Talks About Orakpo’s Pass Rushing & His Xtreme Procision Football Camp – Hogs Haven
In an interview, LaVar Arrington shares the details of his new patent pending training clinic and offers advice on how Biran Orakpo can better his pass rush.
ESPN Insider Ranks Evan Royster 11th Best NFL Prospect – Hogs Haven
Royster, a sixth-rounder from Penn State, put up the best rushing DVOA ever by a running back with at least 40 carries.
Robert Griffin III Agrees To Terms With Redskins – Hogs Haven
Robert Griffin III tweeted out that he agreed to terms with the Washington Redskins on his rookie contract. We take a look at the reported deal.
Five Greatest Offenses in NFL History | Football Nation
FN contributor Peter Tebin gives his picks for the five greatest offenses in the history of the NFL.
Brett Favre to be assistant on high school football team – Washington Times
Brett Favre is returning to football — as an assistant high school coach in Mississippi.
With NFL training camps set to open next week, there are storylines galore to delve into. Here are the 10 questions I’m most eager to get answered as players return to the field and conclude their summer breaks …
At this point, are we even surprised when it happens? Well, we shouldn’t be. As first reported by radio station 104.5 The Zone, Tennessee Titans receiver Kenny Britt was arrested for a DUI at Fort Campbell, Ky., on Friday morning. …