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Unbeaten Preseason, Good Times Ahead?

Posted by Evan Redmon on August 28, 2013 – 9:19 am

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The Redskins have opened up their 2013 schedule with a bang. So far, the Burgundy and Gold are undefeated in their three exhibition games, and they’ve looked good doing it.

They rolled up 477 yards of offense against the Buffalo Bills; they harassed Ben Roethlisberger in their convincing defeat of the Pittsburgh Steelers; and they made a successful two-point conversion as time wound down to edge the Tennessee Titans by a point in the preseason opener.

That means they are taking a successful tack to dominate in the regular season, right? Quite possibly.

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Redskins Have First Morning Walkthrough

Posted by Evan Redmon on July 25, 2013 – 1:18 pm

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Evan Redmon of is down in Richmond for the kickoff of training camp 2013. He will be providing photos and guest content for during his trip and will look to provide a new perspective for Redskins Nation. If there is anything you would like him to show or talk about, leave a comment below:

RICHMOND, VA — Football is back! The Redskins had their first morning walk through of the 2013 training camp this morning. The newly constructed Bon Secours Redskins Training Camp facility was on beautiful display as legions of fans rushed onto the viewing berm to see their favorite stars in person for the first time this summer. Read more »

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No. 12 Found Way Through Game Changer

Posted by Chris DeLisi on June 24, 2013 – 4:13 pm


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When the Redskins drafted a second quarterback in last year’s NFL Draft after they had traded three first round picks and a second round pick to get Robert Griffin III, the sports world collectively ask the question—Why?

Why would they draft Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins just 100 picks after the 2011 Heisman Trophy winner?

The Redskins knew a guy like Kirk Cousins was too much of a talent to let slip. Cousins proved his worth on the field after leading the Redskins to a must-win victory over the Cleveland Browns in Week 15.

What they didn’t know was the kind of leader they were getting off the field too.

Cousins’ new book titled, Game Changer: Faith, Football, and Finding Your Way reveals how he got to where he is and the moral code he lives by.

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Lesson Learned: White Ready Once Again

Posted by James Ho on June 7, 2013 – 12:48 pm

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Sports Illustrated writer Don Banks recently made a stop at the Redskins’ OTA’s to get his first look at what the 2013 edition of the Burgundy and Gold might look like.

During his time at the Park, Banks conducted a one-on-one interview with Redskins quarterback Pat White and learned why things didn’t work out for White in Miami, his chances of cracking the roster in D.C., and what exactly he has needs to improve on to make the most of his second chance.

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Theismann’s Busy Weekend In South Bend

Posted by Stephen Czarda on April 23, 2013 – 12:46 pm

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Long before current Redskins quarterbacks Robert Griffin III, Kirk Cousins, Rex Grossman, and Pat White had stellar collegiate careers,  Joe Theismann constructed one of the greatest college football resumes to date.

Theismann was the man in charge at Notre Dame right smack dab in the middle of the school’s legendary run through the NCAA during the 6o’s and 70’s.

No. 7 complied an impressive 20-3-2 record as a starter and proved his worth in being inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.

However, Thesimann’s career might not have ever reached the NFL or starting quarterback status in South Bend is if wasn’t for then-Notre Dame head coach Ara Parseghian.

Theismann and some of his Golden Domer teammates rejoined for a reunion of sorts to celebrate Parseghian’s 90th birthday.

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Grossman Adds To His Resume

Posted by Stephen Czarda on April 8, 2013 – 2:43 pm

Rex Grossman

Washington Redskins quarterback Rex Grossman is a 10-year veteran at the professional level. Currently, Grossman joins AP Rookie of the Year Robert Griffin III, Kirk Cousins and Pat White to form one of the best quarterback units in the league.

Before the Redskins drafted number 10 and number 12 last April at the 2012 NFL Draft, Grossman was the man behind center for the Burgundy and Gold during the 2011 campaign, starting 13 games and throwing for over 3,000 yards.

Grossman was drafted by the Chicago Bears with the 22nd overall pick in the 2003 NFL Draft after a stellar career at the University of Florida.

In his three years in Gainesville, Grossman threw for nearly 10,000 yards and 77 touchdowns. Even after deciding to forgo his senior season, Grossman ranked in the top-10 SEC history in passing yards at the conclusion of his junior season. No small feat when you consider just how dominant the conference has been for the last few decades.

Recently, the Gators honored the 2001 Heisman Trophy finalist for his days in the Sunshine State. Find out what accolade number 8 can add to his collection here:

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Is Grossman The Best 3rd-Stringer In NFL?

Posted by Stephen Czarda on April 4, 2013 – 1:18 pm

Robert Griffin III, Rex Grossman

On Thursday, the Washington Redskins brought back a another familiar face—10-year veteran gunslinger Rex Grossman.

2013 will be Grossman’s fourth year in the DMV. From 2010-2012, the University of Florida product appeared in 17 contests and threw for over 4,000 yards and 23 touchdowns.

Before number 8’s stint with the Burgundy and Gold, Grossman was the starting quarterback for the Chicago Bears where he started 31 regular season games.

In 2006, he was the Bears field general during their run to Super Bowl XLI.

Grossman will be joining Robert Griffin III, Kirk Cousins and Pat White to form quite the quartet behind center and while Griffin III and his fellow 2012 NFL Draft colleague are entrenched as the top two signal callers on the depth chart, Grossman will more than likely be the number three quarterback in Washington this season, and let me tell you to have someone with Grossman’s experience as a third-stringer is a rarity.

Find out what the Redskins and Grossman can claim that no other team in the league can here:

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Training Camp Video: Quarterbacks

Posted by Andrew Walker on July 27, 2012 – 4:23 pm

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Here’s some quick video of the Redskins’ quarterbacks warming up Friday at the second training camp practice of the year at Redskins Park.

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Robert Griffin III’s New Nickname

Posted by Andrew Walker on June 1, 2012 – 2:17 pm

The Washington Redskins have had “Slingin'” Sammy Baugh and “Captain Bubbly” Joe Theismann under center in the team’s illustrious history, but some are already handing rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III his own nickname:

“The arm.”

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QBs Embracing Healthy Competition

Posted by Andrew Walker on June 1, 2012 – 11:07 am

“Healthy competition” is a phrase often thrown around in sports, but it’s definitely something being embraced by the Redskins’ four quarterbacks through organized team activities this season.

Quarterback Jonathan Crompton — in his second season with the Redskins and third overall in the NFL — said all four Redskins quarterbacks have the same goal of competing for a starting job this season, but aren’t letting that get in the way of improving as a unit.

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