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The Senior Bowl
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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?
Sam says: "I am an openly, proud gay man."
Missouri All-American Michael Sam says he is gay, and the defensive end could become the first openly homosexual player in the NFL.
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.