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Redskins Find Value in 2013 Draft
Redskins Find Value in 2013 Draft
By: Jake Russell
Apr 27 2013 - With the 2013 draft now in the books, the Redskins were able to address a variety of needs. The team first selected cornerback David Amerson from North Carolina State, who led the NCAA with 13 interceptions as a sophomore in 2011. Struggling in coverage last season, Amerson's draft stock dropped...
Redskins Address Cornerback, Tight End In Draft
Redskins Address Cornerback, Tight End In Draft
By: Jake Russell
Apr 26 2013 - In rounds two and three, the Washington Redskins selected North Carolina State cornerback David Amerson (51st overall) and Florida tight end Jordan Reed (85th overall). With D.J. Swearinger and Phillip Thomas still available in the second and third rounds, respectively, the Redskins opted not to ...
Redskins Quiet on Day One of Free Agency
Redskins Quiet on Day One of Free Agency
By: Jake Russell
Mar 12 2013 - The Redskins showed a newfound level of maturity and restraint (albeit forced because of the cap penalty) and laid low as the Miami Dolphins took center stage on the first day of the new league year. Washington engaged in a less reactionary approach and focused more on taking care of their own, r...
Pointing Fingers
Pointing Fingers
By: Bernie Marshall
Mar 11 2013 - The Redskins were rumored to be planning a halt to the start of the 2013 Free Agency period, this started a lot of buzz about what the team would do, Was it a bluff? Does “the Danny” have something up his sleeve? With all the talk of the “Logo” and the Redskins name being under attack by those that ...
Redskins Actively Prepare For Free Agency
Redskins Actively Prepare For Free Agency
By: Jake Russell
Mar 11 2013 - While battling the second half of their $36 million cap penalty that was imposed on free agency eve last year, the Redskins were still able to retain six of their own free agents and sign a veteran offensive lineman. To make those moves happen, they had to let go of the best member of their secondar...
Redskins Brace For Seattle Showdown
Redskins Brace For Seattle Showdown
By: Jake Russell
Jan 05 2013 - For the first time in 13 years, the Redskins won the NFC East and are preparing to host a playoff game at FedEx Field. Following a memorable 28-18 victory over the archrival Dallas Cowboys last week that capped off their longest winning streak since 1996, the Redskins seek to avenge a postseason...
Redskins Continue Playoff Push, Win Sixth Straight
Redskins Continue Playoff Push, Win Sixth Straight
By: Jake Russell
Dec 24 2012 - It was a day of firsts for the Redskins as they forged ahead with a 27-20 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The Redskins now maintain sole possession of first place in the NFC East after Week 16 for the first time since 1999. They have won six straight regular seaso...
Remembering Sean Taylor - A Father's Retrospective
Remembering Sean Taylor - A Father
By: Jake Russell
Nov 27 2012 - Five years ago today, the Washington Redskins suffered a tragic loss when Pro Bowl safety Sean Taylor died of a gunshot wound at the age of 24. The news came as a shock and took a lot of time to accept for many people in the D.C. and Miami areas. For Sean's father, Pete Taylor, faith helped ...
By The Numbers: Saints
By The Numbers: Saints
By: Mark Solway
Sep 09 2012 - Here are some of the more interesting, and/or poignant numbers and statistics from the Washington Redskins impressive 40-32 victory over the New Orleans Saints at the Superdome: 464 - Total yards of offense for the Redskins. Not a bad debut for an offense that contains a lot of new pieces and had...
Training Camp Battle: Kicker
Training Camp Battle: Kicker
By: Jake Russell
Jul 18 2012 - Not since the days of Chip Lohmiller have the Redskins been set at kicker. Since his departure after the 1994 season, Washington has seen 17 kickers take the field, including five in the 2000 season alone. You read that correctly; the Redskins have averaged one kicker a year for the last 17 seasons....