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  • Redskins mailbag: Part 2

    A little more balanced mailbag for Saturday, with four questions on the draft but three on other topics, including Robert Griffin III and who will make the biggest impact of anyone not named DeSean Jackson.

    about 1 day ago | John Keim
  • Redskins' D vs. NFL: Comparing the cap

    The Washington Redskins' defense is optimistic about where it's headed, thanks to the addition of Jason Hatcher and a tweaked philosophy regarding the pass rush.

    about 2 days ago | John Keim
  • Redskins mailbag: Part 1

    Yes, the draft is (finally) drawing close. And I can tell that by the mailbag questions as most of the queries involve some form of what the Redskins would do in the draft -- or about the pre-draft visits.

    about 2 days ago | John Keim
  • Re-examining Redskins' needs: Cornerback

    In the fifth part of our re-examining series, I take a look at cornerback where the Redskins made a couple moves, though only one key addition. Already this week I've discussed safeties, the pass rush, receivers and the offensive line.

    about 2 days ago | John Keim
  • Former QB McNabb spends day in jail for DUI

    Former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb was released Thursday from an Arizona jail after serving a one-day sentence for a DUI arrest late last year.

    about 3 days ago
  • Analyzing the Redskins' visits: Defense

    The list of defensive players who have visited, or will visit, the Redskins is notable because of the position a few of them play: outside linebacker. Yes, the Redskins have two starters and two backups.

    about 3 days ago | John Keim
  • Analyzing the Redskins visits: Offense

    The Washington Redskins can host up to 30 players before the draft, but who they do doesn't always tell the entire story of their interest. And we don't really know how what visits mean for this regime: How many of these players will they ultimately select?

    about 3 days ago | John Keim
  • Five thoughts: DeSean Jackson and gangs

    This was an excellent story in the Washington Post by Kent Babb about DeSean Jackson and his alleged gang ties. As usual, I have a couple of thoughts on this topic (and story):1.

    about 3 days ago | John Keim


Cris Carter, NFL
ESPN NFL analyst Cris Carter offers his insight on the usage of the N-word on the field, whether the use of other slurs requires legislation, the Redskins' name and more.