For those of you that have never made it out to the team facilities, Redskins Park is a bustle of activity whether in or out of season, and very nearly around the clock. Whether it is the coaching staff arriving in the middle of the night to watch film or the writer who stays late chipping away at his to-do list, there is almost always someone hard at work within these walls.
If you’ve been following the Redskins this offseason then you already know that the team has been able to retain most of last year’s championship roster. But did you know that they are the NFL’s retention leaders?
Following the re-signing of CB DeAngelo Hall, the Redskins now have more returning starters than any other team in the league with 21 of their 22 starters on both sides of the ball expected back next year (previously cited by…
Redskins Nation get pumped because the 2013 season is inching ever-so quickly to kicking off and to appease your football appetite the Redskins preseason schedule has been released.
While each game will be important to the Redskins as players will be jockeying for playing time, rookies will be adjusting to their new digs in a Burgundy and Gold uniform and coaches will be inserting new plays, one game stands out.
Sean Taylor was one of the fastest rising stars in the NFL during his four-year career with the Burgundy and Gold, as the safety garnished a reputation as being one the hardest hitting safeties in the league.
His 2007 season may have been the best year for Taylor, before his life was tragically cut short. The former University of Miami Hurricane had five interceptions in just nine games, four of which came during Weeks 5 through 7.
The 2013 season is in full swing as free agency enters its third full week of wheeling and dealing. Pieces are being collected as teams look to build depth and are gearing up for a Super Bowl run in New Jersey in a little less than 11 months.
Power rankings have been created as a way to judge teams for the first time since the confetti finished falling from the roof of the Superdome in February.
There is no denying that Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is one of the most naturally gifted athletes on the planet. Baylor students and Redskins faithful can attest to his heroics with the pig skin, as he simply does the unimaginable sometimes. Just ask Vikings fans for proof after his 76-yard touchdown scamper against Minnesota during the 2012 season.
On Saturday, the Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens tangled for the second time in months. For those of you that don't recall how the events unraveled between the two teams in their first encounter, just check out this video as a reminder.
On this day, the two franchise that play a mere 30 miles away from each other on Sundays during the season, were showcasing their talents in a different sports arena where the final score meant literally nothing.