Andrew Brandt, president and founder of The National Football Post lent his vast knowledge to Holden Kushner and Danny Rouhier today in the twilight of the Redskins and Cowboys having their cases against the NFL turned away by the league arbitrator. He broke the entire litigation process down in plain English, and also provided a juicy nugget about Lavar.
Redskins tight end Chris Cooley spoke for the first time today since being put on IR Tuesday and his season coming to an end with a knee injury
Holiday said if Coach Mike Shanahan doesn’t get a significant offer for Haynesworth, then he will be a Redskin.
So as Shanahan prepares to gather his players for his second camp, what does Shanahan do about McNabb and Haynesworth?
David Elfin On Sports: The End Of The NFL Lockout Brings The Start Of The Annual Losing Here In Washington
The NFL’s 19-week old lockout is blessedly on the verge of ending. However, it might not be as welcome a development for the Washington Redskins.
NFLPA’s George Atallah calls while on his way to New York via train before today’s NFL labor meetings with Roger Goodell and owners.
Kelly: “If I can just go out there and play football while I’m healthy, I think (I’ll be fine).”
Joe Theismann expects the lengthy lockout to benefit the Washington Redskins
None of the three dozen or so veterans who attended at least one of the player-led Redskins practices in Northern Virginia during this spring’s NFL lockout had to be there.
Jarvis Jenkins talks with Grant Paulsen about not showing up for the Redskins’ workouts, taking college classes, and his 2011 goals.