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Redskins Force Richmond Arby’s to Take Sign Down

The Washington Redskins had an Arby’s in Richmond take down a parking sign that was reserved for quarterback Robert Griffin, III. Thinking on their feet, the restaurant obliged and then put up a new sign, reserved for former Redskins’ linebacker LaVar Arrington. VIP parking. Last year this parking spot at Arby's in Richmond was for RG3. This year? Lavar Arrington. (@dckerwin...
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13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Power Rankings: Washington Redskins training camp rated 13th most intriguing in NFL

Training camps are officially underway, with the Bills and Giants already going through two-a-day practices, and the rest of the league set to start at various times this week. As a result, excitement about the upcoming NFL season is at a fever pitch; 32 different fan bases believe their team can have a special year. But in reality, not all teams are created equal. And as a result...
Via cover32 - Redskins
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

RG3 goes back in time to give 'Kid Rob' some advice

Redskins quaterback Robert Griffin III was asked a simple question by Grant and Danny of WJFK-FM in Washington - if you could turn back time (cue the Cher music), what would you tell your rookie self? "If I could go back and talk to 'Kid Rob,' let's say, I would tell him, basically, never let them steal your joy, man," Griffin said, via the Washington Post...
Via 60 Max Power O
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Redskins claim former Bills tight end Mike Caussin

The Buffalo Bills released Mike Caussin on Saturday to make way for a linebacker to fill the void of missing Kiko Alonso. Well today he was claimed. Caussin was claimed by the Redskins who released Kyle Nelson to clear a spot. @JaysonBraddock: #Redskins waived LS Kyle Nelson & signed TE Mike Caussin The post Redskins claim former Bills tight end Mike Caussin appeared first on...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
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Redskins Sign TE Mike Caussin, Waive LS Kyle Nelson

  The Redskins signed TE Mike Caussin on Monday, according to the NFL transactions release. Washington also waived LS Kyle Nelson to make room for Caussin. Caussin, 27, was released by the Bills last week, so it didn’t take very long for him to find a new opportunity. Caussin has dealt with some serious injuries since he entered a few years ago. He suffered a tore ACL at...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Huh? Washington Redskins’ Robert Griffin III not rated as top-25 QB fantasy option

With training camps getting underway this week, the NFL season is right around the corner. And that can only mean one thing: Fantasy football drafts are about to start happening. In order to get a jump on the competition, it’s never to early to start putting together a draft board. To help the cause, cover32 will be ranking each position, with updates from now until the start of...
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No, the Redskins cannot win with an “average” offense. Here is who must improve

Hog Heaven has played a mind game wondering whether the Redskins could have a good season if their offensive skill players performed at what has been their “average” level. We borrowed the idea from the statistics concept of regression to the mean. In the Redskins case, regression to the mean has really been reversion to mediocrity. However, regression to the mean may be a useful...
Via Redskins Hog Heaven
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Peter King: Redskins will have a new name by 2016

Peter King of wrote in this week’s Monday Morning Quarterback that he believes the Washington Redskins will have a new name by 2016. “I think the Washington franchise will have a new team name by 2016,” wrote King. I actually agree with King. With how poorly the Redskins have handled things,  this issue will only get worse. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551&...
Via Pro Football Zone
1 day ago  |  Discuss

20 Questions: Who will start at right tackle for Redskins in 2014?

Today we begin a new series at DC Pro Sports Report. We’re calling it 20 Questions. Over the next few weeks Tom Threlkeld and Mark Buterbaugh will debate questions relating to the Washington Redskins, as we head into training camp on July 24. The total number of those questions? You guessed it — 20. Today we cover who will be the starter at right tackle. Previous: Who will be...
Via DC Pro Sports Report
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Can Gruden bring back the Redskins winning ways?

To be a winner, at any level, takes many things. It takes pedigree, desire and experience. On January 9th, 2014 the Washington Redskins hired a man with all three intangibles, Jay Gruden. The hope is that he can bring winning back to the Nation’s Capital. Winning is something that has only been felt four seasons in the last 15 years. Jay Gruden comes from a small but strong pedigree...
Via The Penalty Flag
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Quotable Monday: Jay Gruden wants the Washington Redskins to take things slow

“So far, not too bad. I usually wear a [Redskins] hat out in public. I think what’s awesome about this area is that the fans are truly passionate about the team. So far, the people that I’ve encountered have not had anything negative to say about the team . . . Dan Snyder has provided us with every opportunity to get better . . .” — Redskins head coach Jay Gruden on his...
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Redskins players say offense under Jay Gruden will resemble Mike Shanahan’s

The Washington Redskins used their offseason practices to begin the transition from former coach Mike Shanahan’s offensive system to that of Shanahan’s successor, Jay Gruden. The early indications, according to Redskins players, are that the shift will be more about tinkering than overhauling. “It’s not much of a difference from the offense last year, to tell you the truth...
Via Pro Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Washington Redskins: Three Bold Predictions For Training Camp

Anything the Washington Redskins do this season has to be better than anything they did last season. The 2013 season turned out to be more of a soap opera than it was a football season. Everything surrounded Mike Shanahan and Daniel Snyder could not get on the same page. Robert Griffin III was fully healed and every other thing associated with the franchise sank quicker than the...
Via Football Nation
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: ESPN publishes inhumane Redskins graphic

The Redskins name debate is a hot topic right now and everyone is commenting on it. The latest argument in this debate, however, is quite inhumane and paints a terrible picture of the Redskins logo. ESPN the Magazine allegedly published this photo:   Um… “@BurgundyBlog: .@ESPNMag published an illustration of a #Redskins helmet with the decal oozing blood.”...
Via DC Sports-Kings
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Get your own Redskins “trademark canceled” t-shirt (Photo)

This is funny. II’m  sure the Redskins aren’t laughing. Redskins canceled trademark T-shirt on @JackThreads ($24) — darren rovell (@darrenrovell) July 18, 2014 var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Loading... ZergNet The post Get your...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss
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