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Redskins Excited To Return To Team

Posted by Stephen Czarda on March 11, 2013 – 6:03 pm

Darrel Young

On Monday, the Washington Redskins announced that it has re-signed five players who were instrumental in the team’s late season push to the playoffs and the 2012 NFC East title; the first in 13 years, as well as tenuring another.

On the offensive side of the pigskin the Redskins re-signed fullback Darrel Young, the lead blocker to record-setting running back Alfred Morris, offensive guard Kory Lichtensteiger and tight end Logan Paulsen.

On defense, the team brought back linebacker Rob Jackson, tendered nose tackle Chris Baker, and signed long snapper Nick Sundberg from the special teams unit.

Find out what the players had to say about returning to the Burgundy and Gold and the chance to conquer the NFC East once again.

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Redskins Social Media Weekly Spotlight

Posted by Chris Herting on March 11, 2013 – 5:29 pm


Welcome to your weekly Redskins Social Media Spotlight, where we highlight the trendy topics and social media campaigns going on this week in Redskins Nation. Check it out and make suggestions below.

Last week’s Social Media Weekly Spotlight covered WR Niles Paul and his former Nebraska Cornhusker teammates doing the Harlem Shake, NT Chris Baker’s plea for 10k Twitter followers as well as a mural from Washington D.C.’s own WR Joshua Morgan.

Admittedly so, most people probably don’t get as far as clicking the link to read these weekly social media updates. Contrarily, some of you may be reading this and say, ‘Who cares about the Redskins Social Media Weekly Spotlight?’ To that, we say that it’s time to start taking social media seriously.

Fact of the matter is that social media has rapidly integrated itself into our everyday lives.

For those of you who continue to read, here’s a look at K Kai Forbath and LB Ryan Kerrigan as they hit the links, QB Robert Griffin III’s return to Baylor, LB London Fletcher‘s preparation for season 16 and G Chris Chester‘s odd, and forgettable, experience at his local gym.

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Catch Shanahan-Allen Presser After Work

Posted by Brian Tinsman on March 11, 2013 – 4:14 pm

Mike Shanahan, Bruce Allen

Want to watch this afternoon’s press conference with Bruce Allen and Mike Shanahan, live from Redskins Park, but also want to get home for dinner?

We have the answer(s) to your dilemma.

The entire press conference will be streamed live on Redskins.com, beginning at 4:30 p.m. If that doesn’t work, watch the Redskins Official Ustream Channel, or watch via the tab on the team’s Facebook page.

If you are sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic or are on the go, feel free to watch from anywhere on the Redskins’ Official Mobile App, which you can download here.

Don’t miss a minute of offseason Redskins news–watch from anywhere! For extra info and up-to-the-minute updates, follow along on Twitter, @Redskins.




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Redskins Warming Up For First Pitches

Posted by Stephen Czarda on March 11, 2013 – 3:53 pm

Mets Tigers Spring Baseball

With the clocks turning forward an hour and the sun shining brighter later into the evening, spring is on the horizon as many look forward to turning in their winter jackets and scarfs for sandals and ball caps.

While the NFL is shifting focus to the 20th anniversary of the free agent signing period, baseball season is swinging into full gear.

Currently, teams have migrated to Arizona and Florida to prepare for the upcoming season in the “warmer” winters that each state provides during this time of year.

NFL.com has released a gallery of various football players and coaches tossing out the honorary first pitch and to no one’s surprise, several Redskins are on it.

Find out who here: Read more »

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Redskins Quarterbacks: Greatest Ever?

Posted by Stephen Czarda on March 11, 2013 – 1:38 pm


Football is the ultimate team sport and the skills and attributes of all 52 players meshed perfectly together can bring home a Lombardi Trophy. However, there is only one position that has records kept for their performance as a starter and are often the most scrutinized if a team does not perform well: the quarterback.

While the 52 gridiron warriors cohesively fight together over the common bond of a will to win, the quarterback is constantly in the “spotlight” and rightfully so. The man is in charge of tacking points on the scoreboard and leading the team to victory.

Over on ESPN Radio’s “The Herd with Colin Cowherd”, they have decided to put together a bracket of the 65 greatest signal callers in league history together in an NCAA March Madness-style bracket and are letting the aerial barrage of who the greatest field general of all-time is begin!

Find out how many Redskins quarterbacks made the cut here: Read more »

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