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Poll: 71% ‘Do Not’ Believe Redskins Should Change Name

A poll conducted by Public Policy Polling surveying registered voters has found that 71 percent of people polled do not think the Redskins should change their nickname.


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Bomani: RGIII’s 2013 Role as Redskins’ Villain Too Predictable

Robert Griffin III saw an epic fall out of the good graces of the public in 2013, which Bomani Jones says was inevitable; as Griffin became the villain the world needed after having his road to recovery so overexposed.


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Kurt Warner: RGIII ‘Definitely My Guy’ Moving Forward

Kurt Warner says there are too many mitigating circumstances surrounding Robert Griffin III’s play this season not to trust that he’ll return to his Rookie of the Year form next season, but that doesn’t mean he’s counting Kirk Cousins out either.


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Heath Evans Would Prefer Cousins as Long-Term Franchise QB

If retired NFL fullback Heath Evans had his choice, he would make Kirk Cousins his franchise quarterback for ten years over Robert Griffin III, he told 106.7 The Fan’s Holden and Danny on Wednesday.


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Peter King Thinks Cousins Could Garner First-Rounder from Browns

It is the belief of Peter King of Sports Illustrated that the Cleveland Browns could give as high as a late-first-round pick to acquire Redskins’ quarterback Kirk Cousins, if he continues to play well through the final two games of the 2013 season.


Kirk Cousins chats with Robert Griffin III after throwing a 4th quarter interception against the Atlanta Falcons. (credit: Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)

Jason Cole: Robert Griffin Jr. Living ‘Vicariously Through’ RGIII

Jason Cole of Bleacher Report joined the Junks on Wednesday to defend his report that people within the Redskins organization have grown weary of RGIII’s inability to follow instructions, adding that his father’s “living a little bit vicariously through his son.”


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Let The Quarterback Controversy Begin

In some ways, the contrast from a week ago Sunday to yesterday couldn’t have been greater for the Redskins.


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RGIII Is Out For Washington, But What About Atlanta?

For the second straight week, Atlanta will be facing a backup quarterback. Hopefully this time the Dirty Birds will figure out how to beat a second-string quarterback-led team.


#10 of the Washington Redskins sits on the bench in the fourth quarter during an NFL game against the Kansas City Chiefs at FedExField on December 8, 2013 in Landover, Maryland. The Chiefs defeated the Redskins 45-10. (Credit: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Delusional Skins’ Fan Doesn’t Understand There’s Already a QB Controversy

Listen to a delusional Redskins fan call into the Lavar and Dukes Show on 106.7 The Fan, and try to dismiss the potential of a quarterback controversy, then has to have it explained to him that the starting quarterback has already been benched for the backup.


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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford: ‘We Should Be Sitting’ RGIII

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford agrees with the Redskins’ decision to sit RGIII for the rest of the season, but certainly isn’t taking the Redskins over Atlanta this week.