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Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio isn’t buying the idea that the Redskins have moved on from the Robert Griffin III era in Washington.
Are the Wizards “legit” contenders to the Eastern Conference throne, as NBA.com’s Sekou Smith suggests they are? Let’s begin the conversation here.
Drew Gooden, who has been to the NBA Finals, says in their few defeats this season the Washington Wizards have shown the “sign of a champion.”
Tress Way, who could be the Redskins lone Pro Bowl representative, reveals the secret to punting.
While the names of the people and opponents involved may have changed, the principles and merit behind Chad Dukes’ classic Redskins rant in 2010 may still be just as relevant four years later.
Former Redskins corner Shawn Springs ripped his former team’s secondary for their lackluster performance in a blowout loss to the Colts on Sunday.
Kevin Frandsen wants Nationals fans to know they were louder in the playoffs than San Francisco Giants fans.
London Fletcher went in hard on the Redskins organization Monday, expounding on earlier thoughts over the weekend about a culture he says isn’t “conducive to winning for a sustained period of time, from top to bottom.”
Chad Dukes, Grant Paulsen and Danny Rouhier have agreed to join forces for eight-hour radio broadcasts on 106.7 The Fan every day following a Redskins loss until the team wins a game.