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Josh Morgan receives Death Threats?


Really Redskins fans? I thought we were better than this... Get your shit together I know the minority doesn't speak for the majority, but still..


Expect the Redskins to be hit with more punishment: Bounty Gate

It looks like more details are coming out regarding Greg Williams tenure here with the Redskins with him supposedly offering $15,000 to whoever knocked Brad Johnson out of a 2006 game. To me,...

"This is a sport that has featured rampant drug use, gambling, player hazing, sex scandals,...


"This is a sport that has featured rampant drug use, gambling, player hazing, sex scandals, domestic violence issues, wayward accounting, and taxpayer abuse. And that's just the Cowboys."

Q&A Thread; Let's play 21 Questions!!!

Hey Steelers Fans, Frequent Hogs Haven visitor here to help answer any questions you have regarding the Redskins, I'll ask some of the other guys to help me out. Please be respectful, courteous,...

Redskins go Green


Not really, but Dan is installing a bunch of solar panels that double as shade for tailgaters! At a low cost of...

Redskins choose Draft Picks over VJ


Simple article from mosley talking about how the redskins are making good decisions, a la us not going after Jackson and keeping our draft picks. No need to read it, it was just nice to see that on paper. Now if we could just see it happening.

Williams Questionable, Brandon Banks to be waived


Brandon Banks will be waived to make room for ryan torain on the roster.


10 Things Travis Wants to See Sunday

Who's Travis you ask? It doesn't fucking matter... Here's ten things I want to see this Sunday night at FedEx, football related and non football related.   Let's get down to business: Minimal...


Haynesworth to Miss Season Opener?

Per Matt Mosley's article:'s Jason La Canfora, a former Redskins beat man for The Post, delivered an interesting nugget Wednesday regarding Albert Haynesworth's status for the opener...

Trent Williams article Washington Examiner


For all the worries we still have on our offensive line: Depth, the entire right side of the line, age, yadda yadda yadda... I thought I would throw a kool-aid article at you guys about Trent Williams progress in camp. Enjoy


Redskins Release Depth Chart just released the Depth Chart which includes some real surprises.  D. Thomas and M. Kelly are on the third team. R. Torain is ahead of Fast Willie in the third RB spot. Sift through...

1) Adam Archuleta The St. Louis Rams took the strong safety from Arizona State in the first round...


1) Adam Archuleta The St. Louis Rams took the strong safety from Arizona State in the first round of 2001. Playing in defensive coordinator Lovie Smith's Tampa-2 scheme, Archuleta got the reputation as the next John Lynch. The Redskins, in 2006, paid him as such, giving Archuleta a seven-year, $35 million deal that included $10 million up front. He was benched after eight games, cut after one season and out of football making workout videos two years later. 2) Jeff George Snyder bought the team in '99. He fired GM Charley Casserly the year after the team had traded for quarterback Brad Johnson, who threw for more than 4,000 yards, led the Redskins to their last NFC East title to date and went to the Pro Bowl. Enter Cerrato, who brings in the cancer of all QBs -- George got a four-year, $18 million pact -- to back up Johnson. Yeah, right. Snyder wasn't the first to be enamored with George's magnificent arm or the last to be victimized by his petulance. By midseason, Johnson had been benched for George. By late-season, the Redskins were a mess and coach Norv Turner had been fired. Johnson, by the way, was released the following offseason, signed with Tampa Bay and won a Super Bowl. 3) Brandon Lloyd Though a restricted free agent wide receiver with San Francisco in 2006, the Redskins fell in love with his athleticism and ignored his reputation for being lazy. Washington traded third- and fourth-round picks to the 49ers, then gave Lloyd -- before he'd ever taken an offseason rep -- a $31 million deal with more than $10 million up front. Lloyd started 12 games, caught 23 passes and no touchdowns. The next year, Lloyd caught two passes ... and then was gone. Share 4) Deion Sanders At 32 years old, Sanders was released by Dallas and was immediately signed -- get this -- to a seven-year, $56 million deal that included a $8 million bonus. Sanders joined that infamous Redskins dog-and-pony free-agent class with George, Bruce Smith (over the hill) and Mark Carrier (never up the hill), and promptly helped define its underachievement. Though Sanders wasn't awful, he may have been the weak link in the Washington secondary that 2000 season. He was cut after one season. 5) Jeremiah Trotter Philadelphia cut its emotional team leader in the offseason of '02, with Washington swooping in and signing its former division rival to a seven-year, $35 million deal that came with $7 million guaranteed. Trotter was a nice name, but not a great fit for what the Redskins were doing defensively, and stunted the development of a young and promising Redskins' prospect -- Snyder always prefers big stars to his own up-and-comers -- by the name of Antonio Pierce. In '03, Trotter suffered a season-ending injury. In '04, he was released, re-signed by Philly and played in the Super Bowl (presumably with a lot of Snyder's money still in his bank account).

The Five Worst Free Agent signings for the Redskins. Click the link to see the Five worst overall.

Doug Williams GM in the UFL


Doug Williams just became the GM of the new UFL team based in Norfolk, VA. There goes any chance of him being in the Redskin's FO. Good luck Doug.


Albert's Contract and Dollars

Mike Florio did a piece on why the Redskins won't be seeing any money from his 21 million bonus he received.  He has terminology from Albert's contract and then explains. Here's the link: h...

Five down, One to go


Perry Riley has signed his rookie contract, that leaves Trent Williams as the only Redskin's draft pick unsigned.

In Other News...


Terrence Austin has signed which leaves two unsigned draft picks: Trent Williams Perry Riley

Trade Rumors and a Big Check


Decent article explaining the trade rumors that were floating around earlier this offseason and how our FO gave Albert the opportunity to skip town if he did so before accepting that big check.

Yet another signing


Article highlights: Defensive Lineman Darrion Scott Hasn't played since 2008 when he pleaded guilty to child endangerment. Quantity over Quality

Redskins sign nose tackle Howard Green


Not a bad move having a healthy guy with experience at the nose tackle position. I don't know anything about him though. 6'2 320 lbs. 31 years of age...

Kedric Golston Signs with Redskins


Terms of the deal were not disclosed but they plan on using him as a nose tackle. He's listed as 6'4 300 lbs.

Campbell Signs Tender


Jason Campbell signed his $3.1 million tender today.

The Perfect Fit


Michael Wilbon's take on the McNabb trade including his thoughts on Jason Campbell. Much more about character than football. It's a great short read and hope you all enjoy.

McNabb will be wearing Brugandy and Gold in 2010


I'm shocked and have no words for this movement at this time.

T.O. or Brandon Marshall?


Say it ain't so coach, say it ain't so... I just don't understand why this would even be an option and hope they do the right thing in NOT signing either of them so we can develop our own stars...

Randle El and Ryan Clark re-sign with Steelers; So no more "I want Ryan Clark"


ARE goes back to his original team to eventually retire most likely. As a Landry supporter, hopefully this quiets the people clamoring for Ryan Clark


Redskins Mobile Alerts

Somewhat of a pointless fanpost but I'm doing it anyways.   On, under Fanzone you can sign up for Redskins mobile alerts.  Which I did sign up for a few days before Free Agency...

Redskins 3-4: A deeper look


A must read on the Redskins switch to the 3-4.

Offensive Line Situation - Washington Post Article


Figured I'd share this with everyone. Nothing new but an interesting take as they put it, we need a "face lift" on our O-line.

2010 Uniforms


No new uniforms but a hint at some more throwbacks being used in the 2010 season. Gimmie that curly R...

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