John Keim has covered the Redskins since 1994, first for the Journal Newspapers and now the Washington Examiner: Redskins Confidential. He's the Redskins correspondent for Pro Football Weekly and contributing editor for Warpath Magazine. He's written four books -- three on the Redskins and one on the Cleveland Browns. His work also has appeared in the Dallas Morning News, ESPN.com, Virginia Golfer and Virginia Wine Lover Magazine, among other publications.
The draft happened two weeks ago, but there will be questions about each player until we see them on the field – in pads – and in games. Lande, as usual, helped out with his insight. He’s a former NFL scout turned draft expert who now runs the Montreal Alouettes college scouting...
Redskins owner Dan Snyder, and others in the organization, have made it clear in the past that they won’t change the franchise nickname. But they’ve never faced the pressure to do so like they have this offseason. However, that hasn’t changed a thing as Snyder strongly made clear.
Ex-Redskins safety Ryan Clark divulged what really shouldn’t be a surprising game plan: The Steelers wanted to hit quarterback Robert Griffin III.
“Our goal was to be physical with him at any opportunity we had, and I think it affected his play,” Clark told ESPN on Thursday.
Jenkins, Jamison offer underrated skills
Scouting reports are adapted from John Keim's Redskins Confidential report after watching multiple games of each of Washington's draft picks. Today: Fifth-round pick Brandon Jenkins, a linebacker from Florida State, and seventh-round pick Jawan Jamison,...
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