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Topic - Brian Orakpo
Redskins' star linebacker Brian Orakpo says he's excited about scheme tweaks that will help him do what he does best: sack the quarterback.
Although Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo has signed his franchise tag, he still is hopeful of negotiating a long term extension prior to the July 15th deadline.
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Brian Orakpo previews the Redskins defense in 2014.
Orakpo was very good last year but he wants to get paid like he's great. Will he make that step in 2014? Tandler and Tarik examine the question.
When the Redskins announced they re-signed linebacker Rob Jackson, the contract was widely applauded. But why exactly?
Jackson played in 12 games for the Redskins last season, his sixth with the team, as the primary backup to Brian Orakpo. His only known visit was to Oakland, where the Raiders could not offer him a starting role.
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As the first few hours of free agency unfolded, Brian Orakpo wasn't sure what to expect from the Redskins. A few weeks later, he's pleasantly surprised.
Jay Gruden talked about a number of things at the owners meetings on Wednesday including Kirk Cousins' status. Here are the top five takeaways from his media session.
Orakpo signed the one-year contract he received under the franchise designation earlier this month, meaning he will make $11.455 million this coming season and will become an unrestricted free agent again next March.
The Washington Redskins have re-signed cornerback E.J. Biggers to a one-year deal.
Brian Orakpo is confident the addition of versatile defensive lineman Jason Hatcher will deliver what the Redskins seek: a more prolific pass rush in 2014.
Brian Orakpo joined Larry Michael on Redskins Nation shortly after re-signing with the Redskins to talk about the new season.
Brian Orakpo has signed his franchise tag and it looks like he will play on that this year rather than getting a long-term deal. Here's a look at why that will happen.
"This time we're taking the handcuffs off," Orakpo said. "We're going to go out there and make guys make plays. Make guys [on the Redskins' defense] play to their advantage instead of playing what's called. I'm very excited about the new regime, very excited about the new scheme, very excited about having [linebackers coach Kirk Olivadotti] back especially, and having Brian Baker to help us with our pass rushing abilities."
"It takes a while," Orakpo added. "As the season progressed, I was able to really get my feeling back and was able to go out there and play my game. You noticed a big difference in the second half of the season in my play. I was going out there and playing the game I know I'm capable of playing. …I was very excited that I forgot all about that injury and was able to excel."