Rich Campbell covers the Washington Redskins for The Washington Times.
The Redskins' star quarterback spent part of Sunday on Twitter defending himself after he tweeted a picture of himself lying on pile of empty boxes along with a thank-you message to fans for purchasing his fiancee, Rebecca Liddicoat, and him items on their registry at Bed, Bath & Beyond.
It’s the first time this offseason team drills are permitted under the collective bargaining agreement. That enables coaches to install the team's offensive and defensive systems on the field.
Third-round pick Jordan Reed, a tight end from the University of Florida, is Washington's only unsigned draft pick.
Jamison left Rutgers with two seasons of eligibility remaining in part because he sought income to help his mother, who has breast cancer.
Fifth-round running back Chris Thompson on Wednesday became the third Redskins draft pick to sign
Washington's professional football team will be known as the Redskins regardless of whether that name maintains legal trademark protection, team owner Daniel Snyder told USA Today this week.
Kevin Matthews is the son of Pro Football Hall of Fame center Bruce Matthews.
Orakpo's contract expires after this season.
By — Published May 6, 2013 Comments
The Redskins on Monday announced dates for their first training camp in Richmond. The 17-day camp begins Thursday, July 25 and concludes Friday, Aug. 16.
Redskins right outside linebacker Brian Orakpo is recovered from the torn left pectoral that sidelined him for 14 games last season, and he is ready to participate in organized team activities when they begin on May 20.
Some thoughts and observations about the Redskins' secondary following Sunday’s conclusion of the Redskins’ three-day rookie camp.
By — Published May 5, 2013 Comments
The Redskins are hosting 48 tryout players at this weekend's minicamp.
Washington now has 85 players on its active roster, leaving five empty spots. None of the Redskins' seven draft picks has signed.
The Redskins have signed five undrafted free agents, including three wide receivers, according to NFL records. They are expected to attend the club's three-day rookie camp beginning Friday, as are Washington's seven draft picks and some tryout players.
Mike Reed, NC State's defensive backs coach from 2007-12, oversaw David Amerson's three-year career with the Wolfpack. He experienced the charmed 2011 and the downbeat 2012 seasons alongside Amerson. Reed explained the reasons for the good and the bad, and he ultimately expressed his belief that Amerson will shine in the NFL.
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