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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 SonOfWashington.com is down in Richmond for the kickoff of training camp 2013. He will be providing photos and guest content for Redskins.com 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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Griffin III No. 31 On PFF ‘Top 101 Of 2012’

Posted by Chris Herting on May 10, 2013 – 8:10 am


Yesterday, we profiled running back Alfred Morris as Pro Football Focus ranked him as the 38th best player in their ‘Top 101 of 2012’ list.

Today, it’s another rookie member of the Redskins backfield who is being recognized for his incredible first season in the NFL. However, this Offensive Rookie of the Year signal caller needs no introduction.

Quarterback Robert Griffin III comes in at number 31 on the PFF list of ‘Top 101 of 2012’.

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Griffin III’s Day At The Races

Posted by Chris Herting on May 5, 2013 – 12:31 pm


Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III was on the move again this offseason attending Saturday’s 139th Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs!

His weekend started with a Friday visit to the Muhammad Ali Center located in Louisville, Kentucky. According to his Twitter account (@RGIII), the quarterback left with feelings of great respect, admiration and inspiration for the former World Heavyweight Champion boxer.

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Draft Class: Rd 2 Recap, Elite 8 Preview

Posted by Chris Herting on March 27, 2013 – 12:59 pm


The Sweet 16 for the Top 32 Draft Classes is winding down as we move full-steam ahead towards the Elite 8 in the latter parts of this week – in case you missed our First Round recap, you can check it out here. Thanks everyone for casting your vote!

If you keep reading, we’ll dive into the current Sweet 16 matchups as well as preview some of the more intriguing potential matchups in the Elite 8.

Plus, we’ll continue to give away an autographed item at the end of each round simply for placing your vote. (Hint: The items will increase in size as the rounds progress.)

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Griffin III Gives Update On Knee

Posted by Chris Herting on March 26, 2013 – 8:58 pm


Text message from Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, via Trey Wingo at ESPN, providing an update on his knee.

“My knee is getting better every day. The doctors say I’m ahead of schedule. My goal is to return healthy in week one but if I’m not ready then I will wait until I am, however long that is. My first NFL season and my injury that ended it showed me a lot about the league, my team and myself. I know where my responsibility is within the dilemma that led to me having surgery to repair my knee and all parties involved know their responsibilities as well. I’m looking forward to playing the game we all love so much again and not behind at the negative. Thanks for the overwhelming level of support that I’ve received, sic ‘em bears and hail to the redskins!!”

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Robert Griffin III Gave Baylor A Pep Talk

Posted by Alex Corddry on March 14, 2013 – 12:15 pm

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Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III relocated to Texas for several offseason events this week, and found some time to cheer on his alma mater’s men’s basketball team in their big matchup against Kansas.

Griffin III wore a personalized No. 10 Baylor basketball jersey and received a standing ovation from the crowd.

Apparently, he earned it.

Griffin III proved once again that he can be a good-luck charm, as the Baylor Bears (18-13) shocked the visiting Kansas Jayhawks (26-5), 81-58, to keep the Jayhawks from the Big 12 regular-season title.

It turns out that Griffin III provided the team with more than a familiar face in the crowd.

He actually gave the underdog Bears a pep talk at the Bears’ last practice (via SI columnist Seth Davis, who interviewed Baylor coach Scott Drew after the game): 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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Griffin III Makes Rookie Heisman History

Posted by Stephen Czarda on January 16, 2013 – 5:11 pm

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As the first mock drafts start appearing on national football websites, it is a reminder of the excitement in Washington almost one year ago, as Redskins fans imagined the possibility to trading up for Robert Griffin III.

It seemed unlikely at the time, that a front office that had hoarded draft picks since arriving in 2010, would trade multiple first round picks to the St. Louis Rams for the rights to Robert Griffin III, but it was a fun dream to dream.

And then it came true.

Robert Griffin III, the 2011 Heisman Trophy winner, became an obsession in Washington, as fans Photoshoppe’d him into a Redskins’ jersey and chanted ‘R-G-3!’ Those chants only got louder, as he was drafted by the Redskins, won the starting job and then performed at a superstar level–just as he had in Heisman-winning season at Baylor.

The Heisman award is given to the top collegiate player, which history has shown is little indication for professional success.  The Heisman landscape is highlighted by NFL Hall of Famers Marcus Allen, Roger Staubach and Barry Sanders, but is also littered with NFL duds Troy Smith, Matt Leinart and Jason White.

In his first season in the NFL, Griffin III appears destined to fall into the former category, rather than the latter. Find out how Robert’s first season stacks up to other Heisman-winning quarterbacks here:

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VOTE: Top Redskins Performance of 2012

Posted by Chris Herting on January 16, 2013 – 4:41 pm


What did you think was the Redskins’ best individual game performance this year?

-There was QB Robert Griffin III’s Thanksgiving Day homecoming.

-There was RB Alfred Morris’s NFC East-clinching 200 yard, three touchdown game vs. America’s least favorite team, the Dallas Cowboys.

-There was Griffin III’s electrifying, sub-four second forty yard dash, 76 yard burst vs. Minnesota (well, maybe sub-four is an exaggeration, but it sounds better that way).

-There was K Kai Forbath booting the football 34 yards for a comeback overtime victory over our purple neighbors (Ravens).

And that’s just a select handful of the top individual performances from this year.

We put our collective minds together this week at Redskins Park and attempted to narrow down, what we thought were some of the top Redskins performances of 2012. But now it’s up to you, Redskins Nation, to decide.

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Stats Say Consistent Success Is Imminent

Posted by Chris Herting on January 15, 2013 – 3:30 pm


For fans of the greater DMV, last week signified the end of yet another football season as the players packed their lockers and headed their separate ways for the offseason. But for the players, it signified the start of a new beginning, a time to bring the winning tradition back to Redskins Nation.

There seemed to be a more optimistic feel last Monday among the players and staff, a hungrier attitude around Redskins Park. It was a feeling of momentum, as players said they sensed consistency in greatness, just over the horizon of the offseason.

There was a look of determination, a swagger that, as Robert Griffin III phrased it, “this year was a taste at the dinner table and we all want to be back for dessert.”

There were a lot of great individual performances this year, but perhaps even more impressive was the cohesiveness that developed between the guys in the locker room, everyone buying in to one common goal. How else could a 3-6 team destined for an early vacation rattle off seven straight victories? The answer is belief, and sheer, unadulterated focus.

Following the bye week players returned with an underdog mentality. It was a focus-forward approach that would accept nothing less than a postseason berth.

So here you are Redskins Nation, seven facts that will leave you longing for the start of the 2013 season: Read more »

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