Here’s the good, bad and ugly from the Washington Redskins’ 33-27 loss to open their season against the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Redskins drafted seven players in the 2013 NFL Draft, which concluded on Saturday. Washington’s haul featured a pair of safeties and two running backs.
The Redskins made two picks to begin their 2013 draft on Friday night, selecting cornerback David Amerson and tight end Jordan Reed in the second and third round respectively
At the annual NFL owner’s meetings, Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan talked about the team’s desire to retain Fred Davis, who has spent his entire five-year career in Washington.
Mike Shanahan explained why the Redskins retained Santana Moss after the team saved $2 million dollars by re-working his deal.
Mike Shanahan expects to have Rex Grossman back as a backup quarterback in 2013.
Gary Kubiak hired Kyle Shanahan to be his offensive coordinator five years ago and the Texans’ head coach is surprised Shanahan didn’t get more interest as head coaching candidate this offseason.
Roger Goodell met with the media at the NFL Owners Meetings in Arizona. Goodell said he has informed Washington that it won’t be getting any salary cap space back.
Panthers head coach Ron Rivera talks about the zone-read offense and how teams tried to adjust to Cam Newton in his second season. Could teams do the same thing to RG3 in year two?
One year after finishing the season suspended, Trent Williams has become a standout performer and a valued leader for the Redskins.