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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - The Senior Bowl
Quarterback Tajh Boyd had a strong showing at Clemson's pro day Thursday and felt he erased some of the doubts about his skills that have cropped up since the season ended.
A transition of a tall receiver to cornerback represents one way teams are trying to find an answer for one of football's most perplexing issues: How can defenses stop the taller, stronger, heavier receivers who have taken over the game in the last several years?
Missouri All-American Michael Sam says he is gay, and the defensive end could become the first openly homosexual player in the NFL.
Sam says: "I am an openly, proud gay man."
Bruce Allen said Tuesday that the Washington Redskins have begun contract talks with the representatives of three players – outside linebacker Brian Orakpo, inside linebacker Perry Riley and cornerback DeAngelo Hall – before they become free agents when the league year begins in March.
Need to Know: The Redskins almost certainly will be looking for a safety in the draft in May; here are five who could fit their needs.
As Scott Campbell paced the sidelines of Ladd-Peebles Stadium for Senior Bowl practices last week, it seemed as though for him, nothing had changed. And, in a way, nothing has.
The Redskins are looking for some help in the middle of their defense. Could Wisconsin's Chris Borland be a good fit.
Dee Ford prefers to keep things simple: Play hard and fast, and let others worry about his NFL draft stock.
Northern Illinois safety Jimmie Ward has stood out from the crowd at the Senior Bowl -- and the Redskins have taken notice
Derek Carr isn't in nearly the same situation as his older brother going into the Senior Bowl, and that's not entirely a bad thing.
Being a senior NFL prospect does have some perks.
Asked which free agents he'd like to see re-signed, Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett named linebacker Brian Orakpo and cornerback DeAngelo Hall, among others
Jim Haslett made official what many Redskins fans expected: despite limited success, Washington will stick with a base 3-4 defensive alignment.
Graded out the Redskins need the most help in the defensive secondary and along the offensive line. What positions should the team target at the Senior Bowl?