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Rookies DBs Ready To Make Some Noise

Posted by Stephen Czarda on June 6, 2013 – 3:47 pm

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(AP Image)

With the third week of OTAs officially over, the media (and some fans) got another opportunity to see how the 2013 version of the Washington Redskins is shaping up—albeit in shorts.

Sure Robert Griffin III was back at it again getting ready for year two and Roy Helu Jr. joined the offense in drills for the first time since his season-ending injury last year, but all eyes were on the defense—and no I’m not talking about Chris Baker’s decision to wear rolled up shorts.

Instead, every eye ball was glued to a new look secondary scattered with rookies.

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Another Successful Calendar Trip for WRC

Posted by Daniel Zimmet on June 6, 2013 – 3:10 pm

The First Ladies of Football have arrived back in America after their 2013-2014 calendar shoot in Costa Rica.

They stayed at the Occidental Grand Papagayo Resort located the west coast of the country.  The combination of lush rainforest and beautiful beaches allowed for a variety of shooting locations.

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No Matter Who Was At Helm, Smith Thrived

Posted by Stephen Czarda on June 6, 2013 – 1:00 pm

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Over the next few weeks we will be looking back on some Redskins greats for their heroics on the field as well as off of it. Today, intern Jamie Lockie looks back at the long career of Jerry Smith. 

One of the most recognizable and popular Redskins players of his era, Jerry Smith was knowingly one of the best football players around.

Thirsty six years ago this season, he’s remains a player who vastly improved the Redskins’ image and still remains one of the greatest in Burgundy and Gold history and remains one of only 44 in franchise history, coaches and officials included, in the Ring of Fame.

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In A No-Brainer Gibbs Ranks Near The Top

Posted by James Ho on June 6, 2013 – 11:30 am

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ESPN is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the birth of Vince Lombardi with their “Greatest Coaches in NFL History” series, counting down the top-20 head coaches in NFL history as voted on by a panel of ESPN analysts and writers.

On May 24th, current Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan was introduced on the list as the 19th greatest coach of all-time.

Shanahan isn’t the only Burgundy and Gold great to find his way onto the rankings though.

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Another Day, Another Head Coach Ranking

Posted by Stephen Czarda on June 6, 2013 – 9:52 am

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Last summer it seemed as if the summer of 2012 trend was to rank quarterbacks.

They were sized up and then squared off against each other in what appeared to be every possible quantitative category—size, speed, throwing strength and hair length (just kidding, although Robert Griffin III would take that by a landslide margin like this run by the man himself.)

Now the same is happening this summer—expect it’s the coaches’ turn.

Just a few weeks back head coach Mike Shanahan graded out as the No. 19 coach all-time in league history by ESPN.

Now has joined in on the shenanigans (not to be confused with Shanahanigans).

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