With just a little over one month until the Washington Redskins pack up their belongings and head over 100 miles south to Virginia’s Capital, the hype surrounding this team steadily grows with each X mark off another June day on your office calendar.
With a trio of rookie defensive back ball hawks, Alfred Morris promising that his debut campaign was just a stepping stone to Alfred 2.0 and the return of Kerrakpo, the 2012 NFC East champs have no shortage of storylines to follow.
Oh did I forget to mention that guy named Robert Griffin III?
This time last year No. 10 had only taken the field in his yellow practice jersey and with knowledge that he was going to be used sparingly in preseason (31 pass attempts), Redskins Nation circled September 9th versus the New Orleans Saints on their calendars as a day reserved for the couch and the perfect time to put on a Griffin III jersey.
Second drive in—he had everyone “Griffining” and that includes NFL.com’s countdown of the top 100 plays from 2012.
Tags: Pierre Garcon, Robert Griffin III
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After the conclusion of a news-filled week of minicamp activities at Redskins Park, Redskins.com intern Kevin Knight shares some of the players thoughts on the New England Patriots signing quarterback Tim Tebow.
News of Tim Tebow signing with the New England Patriots resonated throughout the NFL on Tuesday, reaching as far as Redskins Park.
While Washington has never faced the former University of Florida star and still won’t see him during the 2013 regular season (Super Bowl matchup pending) they still believe that the quarterback can make some noise in the NFL.
Tags: Darrel Young, Robert Griffin III
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The Washington Redskins have employed some of the greatest head coaches in history to include George Allen, Joe Gibbs and Mike Shanahan.
All three men had extensive coaching backgrounds to include several coordinator positions before taking their first head gig.
Others have been summoned to the sidelines due to their prolific careers on the field despite lacking any coaching related experience.
With news of the recently retired player/newest coaching fraternity member Jason Kidd’s hiring by the Brooklyn Nets, NFL.com looked at back at some of the most memorable and yes forgettable player turned coach moves in league history.
Two Redskins have found their way in, so without further ado here they are:
Tags: Otto Graham, Sammy Baugh
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