Redskins

18 Jul 19
Redskins Wire

Experts at ESPN don’t like the long-term outlook for the Redskins.

18 Jul 19
Redskins Wire

The Redskins were one of a few teams willing to previously add Harrison.

18 Jul 19
Redskins Wire

The Redskins had a few notable players lose salary this offseason.

18 Jul 19
News Directory

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18 Jul 19
From The Recamier

Today is the Optional Memorial of the Blessed Martyrs of Compiègne (died 1794). And today is the World Day of International Justice and International Firgun Day.

17 Jul 19
The Team 980 - Redskins Radio

  The Wizards officially announced that Steve Buckhantz is out as their TV play by play announcer.   Phil Chenier and Buck deserved better than how they were treated.  

17 Jul 19
The Denver Post
The Broncos avoided a major distraction Wednesday when quarterback Drew Lock signed his rookie deal less than 24 hours before the deadline to participate in training camp, a league source confirmed. Lock, a 2019 second-round (No. 42) draft choice, was the last unsigned player from Denver’s rookie class and missed the players’ Wednesday morning report date. Had the team and Lock’s representation at Creative Artists Agency been unable to reach a contract agreement by Thursday morning, Lock would have not been allowed to participate in Denver’s first practice, which begins at 9:15 a.m. General manager John Elway told reporters he wouldn’t predict whether Lock’s camp would come to terms with Denver before the deadline, “but we’re hoping he’s going to be here,” he said. Several hours later, a deal was done. The Broncos drafted Lock — a 6-foot-4, 228-pound quarterback who compiled 12,193 yards passing over four years at Missouri — to compete for the backup role behind Joe Flacco and eventually replace him as the starter. Lock was available in the second round because he was passed over by Kyler Murray (Cardinals; No. 1), Daniel Jones (Giants; No. 6) and Dwayne Haskins (Redskins; No. 15). The Broncos traded up 10 draft slots to select Lock immediately after taking offensive lineman Dalton Risner at No. 41. Lock’s deal is expected to be worth $6,994,472 with a signing bonus of $3,106,889. The Broncos did not budge in their contract negotiations, a league source told The Denver Post. Health updates. Emmanuel Sanders and Phillip Lindsay, the Broncos’ leading wide receiver and running back last season, each begin training camp near the end of recovery from surgery. In December, Sanders tore his Achilles and Lindsay fractured his wrist. Tight end Jake Butt, a 2017 fifth-round pick, also tore his ACL in September. Broncos training camp • Training camp primer • Fans guide to attending practices • Vic Fangio’s biggest challenge • Season schedule • Ask mailbag questions Broncos coach Vic Fangio addressed the status of all three players on Wednesday with reporters. “Lindsay is ready to go. Obviously, we’ll ease him in. He didn’t have the offseason work,” Fangio said. “All of those guys will be on different protocols as to how much we practice them to where they go just as much as anybody else; Butt, Emmanuel (and) Lindsay. So we’ll ease them in, but we’ll get them in quickly.” Extra practice. Denver’s selection to the Hall of Fame game against Atlanta on Aug. 1 secured the team extra preparation for the 2019 season with five additional practices and a fifth preseason contest. “It’s good and I’m glad we have them,” Fangio said. “It’s a great opportunity to have five extra practices. We need it. We’re a new staff, a new team and a lot of new things are going on. It gives us an extra game to play young players in a game to help our evaluations. I see no negatives to it myself. “Maybe down the road if I think we’re a little tired or something because we’ve had the extra practices, maybe we’ll have an extra day off here or there.” [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Season extension? NFL owners have proposed an expansion of the regular season to 18 games with a 16-game limit for all players, as first reported by the Wall Street Journal, meaning that each player (including starters) must sit out two games during the year in compliance. Cornerback Chris Harris is one of the Broncos’ NFLPA union representatives and was asked Wednesday for reaction to the owners’ proposal. “It’s going to be hard telling me not to play 18 games if I can’t play,” Harris said. “I think that’s definitely going to be an issue right there. Guys that are very competitive want to play every game, so I don’t think that will happen.” Roster move. The Broncos announced Wednesday they have waived wide receiver Aaron Burbridge, a fourth-year wide receiver who joined Denver as a free agent in late January. Burbridge, a 2016 49ers’ sixth-round draft choice, had seven career receptions for 88 yards over 16 games as a rookie in San Francisco. He has not appeared in a regular-season NFL game since.
17 Jul 19
Boulder Daily Camera
The Broncos avoided a major distraction Wednesday when quarterback Drew Lock signed his rookie deal less than 24 hours before the deadline to participate in training camp, a league source confirmed. Lock, a 2019 second-round (No. 42) draft choice, was the last unsigned player from Denver’s rookie class and missed the players’ Wednesday morning report date. Had the team and Lock’s representation at Creative Artists Agency been unable to reach a contract agreement by Thursday morning, Lock would have not been allowed to participate in Denver’s first practice, which begins at 9:15 a.m. General manager John Elway told reporters he wouldn’t predict whether Lock’s camp would come to terms with Denver before the deadline, “but we’re hoping he’s going to be here,” he said. Several hours later, a deal was done. The Broncos drafted Lock — a 6-foot-4, 228-pound quarterback who compiled 12,193 yards passing over four years at Missouri — to compete for the backup role behind Joe Flacco and eventually replace him as the starter. Lock was available in the second round because he was passed over by Kyler Murray (Cardinals; No. 1), Daniel Jones (Giants; No. 6) and Dwayne Haskins (Redskins; No. 15). The Broncos traded up 10 draft slots to select Lock immediately after taking offensive lineman Dalton Risner at No. 41. Lock’s deal is expected to be worth $6,994,472 with a signing bonus of $3,106,889. The Broncos did not budge in their contract negotiations, a league source told The Denver Post. Health updates. Emmanuel Sanders and Phillip Lindsay, the Broncos’ leading wide receiver and running back last season, each begin training camp near the end of recovery from surgery. In December, Sanders tore his Achilles and Lindsay fractured his wrist. Tight end Jake Butt, a 2017 fifth-round pick, also tore his ACL in September. Broncos training camp • Training camp primer • Fans guide to attending practices • Vic Fangio’s biggest challenge • Season schedule • Ask mailbag questions Broncos coach Vic Fangio addressed the status of all three players on Wednesday with reporters. “Lindsay is ready to go. Obviously, we’ll ease him in. He didn’t have the offseason work,” Fangio said. “All of those guys will be on different protocols as to how much we practice them to where they go just as much as anybody else; Butt, Emmanuel (and) Lindsay. So we’ll ease them in, but we’ll get them in quickly.” Extra practice. Denver’s selection to the Hall of Fame game against Atlanta on Aug. 1 secured the team extra preparation for the 2019 season with five additional practices and a fifth preseason contest. “It’s good and I’m glad we have them,” Fangio said. “It’s a great opportunity to have five extra practices. We need it. We’re a new staff, a new team and a lot of new things are going on. It gives us an extra game to play young players in a game to help our evaluations. I see no negatives to it myself. “Maybe down the road if I think we’re a little tired or something because we’ve had the extra practices, maybe we’ll have an extra day off here or there.” [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Season extension? NFL owners have proposed an expansion of the regular season to 18 games with a 16-game limit for all players, as first reported by the Wall Street Journal, meaning that each player (including starters) must sit out two games during the year in compliance. Cornerback Chris Harris is one of the Broncos’ NFLPA union representatives and was asked Wednesday for reaction to the owners’ proposal. “It’s going to be hard telling me not to play 18 games if I can’t play,” Harris said. “I think that’s definitely going to be an issue right there. Guys that are very competitive want to play every game, so I don’t think that will happen.” Roster move. The Broncos announced Wednesday they have waived wide receiver Aaron Burbridge, a fourth-year wide receiver who joined Denver as a free agent in late January. Burbridge, a 2016 49ers’ sixth-round draft choice, had seven career receptions for 88 yards over 16 games as a rookie in San Francisco. He has not appeared in a regular-season NFL game since.
17 Jul 19
Longmont Times-Call
The Broncos avoided a major distraction Wednesday when quarterback Drew Lock signed his rookie deal less than 24 hours before the deadline to participate in training camp, a league source confirmed. Lock, a 2019 second-round (No. 42) draft choice, was the last unsigned player from Denver’s rookie class and missed the players’ Wednesday morning report date. Had the team and Lock’s representation at Creative Artists Agency been unable to reach a contract agreement by Thursday morning, Lock would have not been allowed to participate in Denver’s first practice, which begins at 9:15 a.m. General manager John Elway told reporters he wouldn’t predict whether Lock’s camp would come to terms with Denver before the deadline, “but we’re hoping he’s going to be here,” he said. Several hours later, a deal was done. The Broncos drafted Lock — a 6-foot-4, 228-pound quarterback who compiled 12,193 yards passing over four years at Missouri — to compete for the backup role behind Joe Flacco and eventually replace him as the starter. Lock was available in the second round because he was passed over by Kyler Murray (Cardinals; No. 1), Daniel Jones (Giants; No. 6) and Dwayne Haskins (Redskins; No. 15). The Broncos traded up 10 draft slots to select Lock immediately after taking offensive lineman Dalton Risner at No. 41. Lock’s deal is expected to be worth $6,994,472 with a signing bonus of $3,106,889. The Broncos did not budge in their contract negotiations, a league source told The Denver Post. Health updates. Emmanuel Sanders and Phillip Lindsay, the Broncos’ leading wide receiver and running back last season, each begin training camp near the end of recovery from surgery. In December, Sanders tore his Achilles and Lindsay fractured his wrist. Tight end Jake Butt, a 2017 fifth-round pick, also tore his ACL in September. Broncos training camp • Training camp primer • Fans guide to attending practices • Vic Fangio’s biggest challenge • Season schedule • Ask mailbag questions Broncos coach Vic Fangio addressed the status of all three players on Wednesday with reporters. “Lindsay is ready to go. Obviously, we’ll ease him in. He didn’t have the offseason work,” Fangio said. “All of those guys will be on different protocols as to how much we practice them to where they go just as much as anybody else; Butt, Emmanuel (and) Lindsay. So we’ll ease them in, but we’ll get them in quickly.” Extra practice. Denver’s selection to the Hall of Fame game against Atlanta on Aug. 1 secured the team extra preparation for the 2019 season with five additional practices and a fifth preseason contest. “It’s good and I’m glad we have them,” Fangio said. “It’s a great opportunity to have five extra practices. We need it. We’re a new staff, a new team and a lot of new things are going on. It gives us an extra game to play young players in a game to help our evaluations. I see no negatives to it myself. “Maybe down the road if I think we’re a little tired or something because we’ve had the extra practices, maybe we’ll have an extra day off here or there.” [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Season extension? NFL owners have proposed an expansion of the regular season to 18 games with a 16-game limit for all players, as first reported by the Wall Street Journal, meaning that each player (including starters) must sit out two games during the year in compliance. Cornerback Chris Harris is one of the Broncos’ NFLPA union representatives and was asked Wednesday for reaction to the owners’ proposal. “It’s going to be hard telling me not to play 18 games if I can’t play,” Harris said. “I think that’s definitely going to be an issue right there. Guys that are very competitive want to play every game, so I don’t think that will happen.” Roster move. The Broncos announced Wednesday they have waived wide receiver Aaron Burbridge, a fourth-year wide receiver who joined Denver as a free agent in late January. Burbridge, a 2016 49ers’ sixth-round draft choice, had seven career receptions for 88 yards over 16 games as a rookie in San Francisco. He has not appeared in a regular-season NFL game since.
17 Jul 19
Loveland Reporter-Herald
The Broncos avoided a major distraction Wednesday when quarterback Drew Lock signed his rookie deal less than 24 hours before the deadline to participate in training camp, a league source confirmed. Lock, a 2019 second-round (No. 42) draft choice, was the last unsigned player from Denver’s rookie class and missed the players’ Wednesday morning report date. Had the team and Lock’s representation at Creative Artists Agency been unable to reach a contract agreement by Thursday morning, Lock would have not been allowed to participate in Denver’s first practice, which begins at 9:15 a.m. General manager John Elway told reporters he wouldn’t predict whether Lock’s camp would come to terms with Denver before the deadline, “but we’re hoping he’s going to be here,” he said. Several hours later, a deal was done. The Broncos drafted Lock — a 6-foot-4, 228-pound quarterback who compiled 12,193 yards passing over four years at Missouri — to compete for the backup role behind Joe Flacco and eventually replace him as the starter. Lock was available in the second round because he was passed over by Kyler Murray (Cardinals; No. 1), Daniel Jones (Giants; No. 6) and Dwayne Haskins (Redskins; No. 15). The Broncos traded up 10 draft slots to select Lock immediately after taking offensive lineman Dalton Risner at No. 41. Lock’s deal is expected to be worth $6,994,472 with a signing bonus of $3,106,889. The Broncos did not budge in their contract negotiations, a league source told The Denver Post. Health updates. Emmanuel Sanders and Phillip Lindsay, the Broncos’ leading wide receiver and running back last season, each begin training camp near the end of recovery from surgery. In December, Sanders tore his Achilles and Lindsay fractured his wrist. Tight end Jake Butt, a 2017 fifth-round pick, also tore his ACL in September. Broncos training camp • Training camp primer • Fans guide to attending practices • Vic Fangio’s biggest challenge • Season schedule • Ask mailbag questions Broncos coach Vic Fangio addressed the status of all three players on Wednesday with reporters. “Lindsay is ready to go. Obviously, we’ll ease him in. He didn’t have the offseason work,” Fangio said. “All of those guys will be on different protocols as to how much we practice them to where they go just as much as anybody else; Butt, Emmanuel (and) Lindsay. So we’ll ease them in, but we’ll get them in quickly.” Extra practice. Denver’s selection to the Hall of Fame game against Atlanta on Aug. 1 secured the team extra preparation for the 2019 season with five additional practices and a fifth preseason contest. “It’s good and I’m glad we have them,” Fangio said. “It’s a great opportunity to have five extra practices. We need it. We’re a new staff, a new team and a lot of new things are going on. It gives us an extra game to play young players in a game to help our evaluations. I see no negatives to it myself. “Maybe down the road if I think we’re a little tired or something because we’ve had the extra practices, maybe we’ll have an extra day off here or there.” [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Season extension? NFL owners have proposed an expansion of the regular season to 18 games with a 16-game limit for all players, as first reported by the Wall Street Journal, meaning that each player (including starters) must sit out two games during the year in compliance. Cornerback Chris Harris is one of the Broncos’ NFLPA union representatives and was asked Wednesday for reaction to the owners’ proposal. “It’s going to be hard telling me not to play 18 games if I can’t play,” Harris said. “I think that’s definitely going to be an issue right there. Guys that are very competitive want to play every game, so I don’t think that will happen.” Roster move. The Broncos announced Wednesday they have waived wide receiver Aaron Burbridge, a fourth-year wide receiver who joined Denver as a free agent in late January. Burbridge, a 2016 49ers’ sixth-round draft choice, had seven career receptions for 88 yards over 16 games as a rookie in San Francisco. He has not appeared in a regular-season NFL game since.
17 Jul 19
Redskins Wire

Dwayne Haskins will be in a tight QB competition once training camp starts, but some are worried he won’t get enough reps or practice time.

17 Jul 19
All In The Game

I still stand by my original assessment, Dak Prescott can’t make the throws other more lauded QBs can on a consistent basis. What has changed however is my perception of him and his importance. The truth is Dak doesn’t need to make throws like the gunners in this league on a regular basis. The more […]

17 Jul 19
Señor Writes

You know those modern-day equivalents to chain mail that make the rounds on Facebook several times a year? Ten days of posting covers of albums that influenced your life, or post the fourth most-recent photo on your phone, etc.

17 Jul 19
The Team 980 - Redskins Radio

Kareem Copeland of the Washington Post joins Brian Mitchell and Scott Linn a week before Redskins’ training camp opens in Richmond. Kareem talks about what the biggest story lines of this camp will be (Spoiler: It involves Dwayne Haskins). Plus what positions could see some changes and what players need to step up in order […]

17 Jul 19
TMan's Sports/Sci-Fi Site

ARI Cardinals: QB Kyler Murray ATL Falcons: G Chris Lindstrom BAL Ravens: WR Marquise Brown BUF Bills: DT Ed Oliver CAR Panthers: DE Brian Burns CHI Bears: RB David Montgomery CIN Bengals: TE Drew Sample CLE Browns: CB Greedy Williams DAL Cowboys: RB Tony Pollard DEN Broncos: TE Noah Fant DET Lions: TE TJ Hockenson […]