As the second week of organized team activities comes to a close, Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan is pleased with the team’s attendance so far.
Rich Campbell covers the Washington Redskins for The Washington Times.
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Here are a few thoughts while we wait for Thursday’s Redskins practice, which is open to the media.
The Redskins are among the defendants in the NFLPA's collusion lawsuit, which is ironic considering they also accused the league of collusion in the grievance through which they challenged their $36 million salary cap penalty.
The Redskins' grievance regarding their $36 million salary cap penalty was dismissed by arbitrator Stephen Burbank, NFL executive vice president and general counsel Jeff Pash told reporters Tuesday at the NFL owners meetings in Atlanta.
Head coach Mike Shanahan was banged up in an on-field collision during Monday's organized team activity.
The Redskins on Thursday signed fourth round pick Keenan Robinson, an inside linebacker out of Texas, to a four-year rookie contract.
Receiver Leonard Hankerson hopes his surgically-repaired right hip is healthy enough for him to participate in the team’s four-day minicamp that begins June 11.
Left tackle Trent Williams said he made a mistake in using drugs last year, but he admitted he hasn't made any lifestyle changes.
The Redskins on Saturday finalized a contract with right guard Adam Gettis, a fifth-round draft pick.
The Redskins on Friday signed seventh-round draft picks CB Richard Crawford and S Jordan Berstine
Two members of the New Orleans Saints' defense have been suspended for the season-opener against the Redskins because of their role in the team's bounty program.
The Redskins have released Jabar Gaffney, their most productive wide receiver last season, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.
The Redskins took a pair of defensive backs in the seventh round, selecting cornerback Richard Crawford with the 213th pick and safety Jordan Bernstine with the 217th pick.
The Redskins continued to address the offensive side of the ball in the sixth round of the draft, selecting running back Alfred Morris with the 173rd pick and tackle Tom Compton with the 193rd.
The Redskins’ quarterback overhaul continued Saturday afternoon when the team decided to release veteran John Beck.