Pierre Garcon: Don’t Overlook the Wide Receiver’s Importance to the Washington Redskins

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This is pretty simple folks. To begin, let’s presume everyone agrees the Washington Redskins most important player entering 2013 is quarterback Robert Griffin III. The No. 2 overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft had a sensational rookie season for […]

Daniel Snyder: Washington Redskins Owner Suddenly Concerned Over Public Opinion

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Has anyone else noticed Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder‘s recent fascination with public opinion? Last month, the team sponsored a focus group town-hall type seminar to obtain feedback from fans on a variety of issues. More recently, an online survey was sent […]

Washington Redskins Training Camp Profile: London Fletcher

Washington Redskins Need One More Big Season Out of London Fletcher

The Washington Redskins have plenty of concerns heading into 2013. The health of quarterback Robert Griffin III, whether someone can emerge as bona fide no. 2 wide receiver, and who exactly will start in the secondary are a few question marks/concerns going into […]

Five Players the Washington Redskins Absolutely Need

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Is Tom Brady Still an Elite Fantasy Quarterback

Tom Brady

The team’s leading receiver from the past five seasons now plays for the Denver Broncos. The second leading receiver from 2012 is also no longer with the team, currently a free agent. Sure, last season’s No. 3 pass catcher is […]

Did I Hear Something About the Washington Redskins Playing a Game at RFK Stadium?

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Did anyone else catch this? In a June 13 focus group study of Washington Redskins fans, a rather intriguing question was asked. Frank Luntz of Luntz Global, a consulting group which markets itself as “experts communication strategists,” asked Redskins fans […]

Washington Redskins: Resting Robert Griffin III Good for Both the Long and Short Term

Robert Griffin III, Washington Redskins

In my recent column regarding Robert Griffin III, I argued the Washington Redskins would be wise to exercise greater caution with the 23 year-old quarterback, who is coming off reconstructive knee surgery. Consider this a follow up. Here I will go […]

Washington Redskins Should Exercise More Caution with Robert Griffin III

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Unfortunately, this isn’t going to happen. However, Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan should call a press conference. Actually, he should have called one a few months ago, but today will work just fine. In said press conference, Shanahan should announce […]

Washington Redskins Kicker Kai Forbath Instrumental To Team’s Success

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Every Sunday in the fall, people flock to stadiums and television sets in record numbers. They go to cheer on their teams and watch the fastest, strongest, toughest, most powerful football players do battle on the gridiron in a violent test of wit, skill and attrition. These […]

Washington Redskins: Silly Team Name Debate Continues

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I’m of the firm belief that people should be accountable for what they say. Take, Robert McCartney of The Washington Post , who this Wednesday got all sanctimonious regarding the seemingly endless, fabricated controversy regarding the nickname of the Washington […]

Washington Redskins: Joe Theismann Goes Public With Request to Join Radio Broadcast Team

Joe Theismann

Tuesday, we outlined Hall of Fame linebacker Sam Huff not returning this coming season for Washington Redskins radio broadcasts. As mentioned in the article, Huff, 78, had shown signs of decline in recent years, often mispronouncing names, and not understanding rules. While […]

Washington Redskins: Sam Huff To Not Broadcast Games in 2013

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I’m going to use a baseball analogy to illustrate a matter in the world of football broadcasting: you don’t throw 90 forever. And when it came to broadcasting Washington Redskins games on the radio, Sam Huff arguably never did. Not one to […]