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Debut Episode of This Week @ The Park

Posted by Stephen Czarda on April 25, 2013 – 4:32 pm

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Redskins Nation!

Are you ready for some football?

We are and we want to let you know about our newest show This Week @ The Park.

With Alex Corddry, Brian Tinsman, Comcast Washington’s Tarik El Bashir, and Son of Washington’s Ray Smith, all  things Redskins will be discussed, dissected, and whatever else they can do to bring you the most up-to-date information on the Burgundy and Gold!

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2013 Draft Profile: Johnthan Banks

Posted by Stephen Czarda on April 25, 2013 – 3:06 pm

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(AP Photo)

[Note-This post does not indicate any plans for the draft. It is merely a more in-depth look at a prospect that has been floated around the No. 51 pick in mock drafts.]

As fans and prospects file into Radio City Music Hall tonight for the 78th annual NFL Draft, the Washington Redskins will be one of three teams that will “sit out” the first round.

While the Redskins will have to wait for the first 50 selections to be had before they are on the clock, there will still be a plethora of talented prospects still on the board just waiting to be selected by the Burgundy and Gold.

Recently, I profiled Mississippi State safety Darius Slay and Florida International University’s Jonathan Cyprien as possible candidates to be the first Redskins pick for 2013.

Today, I take a look at Slay’s college teammate and the man who has been linked to the No. 51 spot the most in mock drafts: cornerback Johnthan Banks.

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Green Among Best Draft Picks Ever

Posted by Stephen Czarda on April 25, 2013 – 1:36 pm

Darrell Green

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With the NFL Draft commencing tonight, the minutes are slowly ticking down on the first overall selection stepping on stage with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to kick off the annual extravaganza.

Worried about the Redskins not having a first round pick?

Don’t be.

With starters such as Alfred Morris and Perry Riley selected well after the conclusion of the first round, talent can be found all the way to the 254th overall pick.

Over the years, the Redskins have had some of the best talent ever come to that Nation’s Capital via the draft while others…well they didn’t quite pan out.

NFL.com’s Elliot Harrison dissected some of the best and yes worst, draft picks by the Washington Redskins since the draft’s institution in 1936. (Just a note–there are no current Redskins on the list of bad draft picks which seems fitting considering that the last four first round picks have been selected to the Pro Bowl).

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RG3’s Speed Highlights Madden 25 Trailer

Posted by Stephen Czarda on April 25, 2013 – 12:32 pm

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See this picture above?

It’s not happening.

With yesterday’s announcement that Detroit Lions legend Barry Sanders is the cover athlete for Madden 25, Redskins Nation and Robert Griffin III fans can officially breathe a sigh of relief.

The Madden Curse, which is indeed a real thing Redskins fans, will not be coming to the Nation’s Capital and it will not be hanging over the head of No. 10.

Let’s face it, the AP Offensive Rookie of the Year would be a prime candidate for a video game cover. He was on the cover of NCAA Football 13 with Sanders, has what some would describe as “video game speed”, and will no doubt be a fan favorite for gamers to use.

But the cover of Madden?

No thank you.

While Griffin III isn’t showcased on the cover this go around, it doesn’t mean that he won’t be the star of the show.

Check out this trailer of Griffin III in the first look of Madden 25:

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Week 17 Was ‘The Moment’ For RG3

Posted by Stephen Czarda on April 25, 2013 – 11:05 am

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(AP Photo)

Quarterback Robert Griffin III sat down with Larry Michael on the set of Redskins Nation once again to recap all that went down in his first year in the Nation’s Capital after a truly spectacular career at Baylor University.

When the Redskins entered the bye week at 3-6, they were sitting in last place in the NFC East looking up at the Eagles, Cowboys and Giants.

However, with all three rivals scheduled in the weeks that followed the break, the Burgundy and Gold controlled their own path at climbing out of the division cellar.

And they did as No. 10 led the team back to .500 and beyond. When it became evident that Washington had a chance to claim their first division title since 1999 with two games remaining, you knew that the Eagles and Cowboys were licking their chops at the opportunity to send the Redskins packing.

Well too bad for them as Griffin III led the Redskins to victories in both games and a spot in the playoffs. In the two games, Griffin III was sacked only twice, showing the heart, determination and importance of an offensive line that remained in tack for the season.

The AP Offensive Rookie of the Year shared his thoughts about the two division battles as well as his offensive line’s play last year and looks at the unit approaching the 2013 campaign here:

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