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Redskins Offseason: Mike Shanahan Speaks About Cap Penalty, Offseason Injuries, and Peyton Manning

March 29, 2012

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Shanahan recently spoke to the media for the first time since the Senior Bowl. The topics he touched on ranged from Leonard Hankerson‘s progression, to Robert Griffin III. Redskins Beat Reporter Rich Campbell is on location at the NFL owners meetings in Florida, and is quite active on Twitter. Some injury updates: Shanahan: Hankerson should […]

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Redskins Free Agency: Holes Remain

March 27, 2012

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The Redskins have made some ground in the last two weeks of Free Agency. There are still holes that need be filled, however. Here’s a look at what we’ve done, and what has yet to be addressed. Inside Linebacker – Unaddressed As Free Agency rolls on (under cover, apparently), London Fletcher remains on the board. […]

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2012 NFL Free Agent Profile: Robert Meachem

February 3, 2012

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Last week I discussed Dwayne Bowe, his abilities, and his potential to be our No.1 here in Washington. This week I am moving South to New Orleans and taking a look at #17, New Orleans WR Robert Meachem. Meachem is definitely a potential No.1, adding speed and a deep threat to the Redskins‘ lacking WR […]

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If The Redskins Sign Peyton, There Will Be No Saturday

February 3, 2012

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The teams salivating for a shot at acquiring Indianapolis QB Peyton Manninggot the answer to their prayers yesterday. Two doctors, one being the last surgeon to operate on him, have cleared Peyton to play. Teams like the Jets, Browns, Dolphins, and of course, the Redskinsall have quarterback situations. I can guarantee the topic has come […]

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2012 NFL Free Agent Profile: Dwayne Bowe

January 25, 2012

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At 6’2″ and 221 lbs., Bowe may be exactly what the Redskins need at WR. He’s also only 27 years old, not hindering the ‘rebuild’. One of the lacking areas on the offensive side of the ball is the receiving corps. It’s riddled with a loose collective of average-to-below average receivers. Jabar Gaffney is great […]

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