1. Rogers on the mend

    According to JLC and other sources, Carlos Rogers' injured knee is mending well ahead of schedule and he could be ready for the start of the regular season...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about almost 6 years ago 91 reads 4 comments

  2. Washington Redskins Going Six Wide?

    What was thought to be one of the higher-profile, higher stakes training-camp battles may not ever happen. After the Washington Redskins drafted receivers Devin Thomas and Malcolm ...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about almost 6 years ago 658 reads 1 comments

  3. HOF Game live blog

    The Washington Redskins open their preseason on Sunday and I'll be blogging it live.The application I'm using to do this is called Cover it Live and it makes live blogging fun and interactive...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about almost 6 years ago 57 reads 0 comments

  4. Washington Redskins Not The Only Team Hurting

    It's getting to the point where many Washington Redskins fans are afraid to turn on Training Camp Daily on Comcast or click on JLC's blog. They cringe at the prospect of finding out who got injured today...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about almost 6 years ago 107 reads 3 comments

  5. Jason Campbell Is Catching on

    The word I’ve been getting out of Redskins Park is that Jason Campbell has been struggling somewhat while trying to pick up Jim Zorn’s offense. That’s not what I saw today...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about almost 6 years ago 478 reads 9 comments

  6. The Jason Taylor Trade: After Further Review

    With things settling back to normal at Redskins Park as the grind of training camp sets in, it’s a good time to take one last look back at the trade that brought Jason Taylor to Washington...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about almost 6 years ago 354 reads 2 comments

  7. Is Brett Favre a Fit for the Washington Redskins?

    If Brett Favre was to enter the market as an unrestricted free agent, would the Washington Redskins consider bringing him in? Should they? I didn’t consider this at all when the news ...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 1,923 reads 24 comments

  8. Jason Campbell Mixes the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

    The world just wants to see the baby; nobody wants to hear about the labor pains. That is the take that many have when it comes to Jason Campbell...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 1,621 reads 7 comments

  9. Washington Redskins D-Line Remains a Blue-Collar Group

    Many have questioned the Washington Redskins’ “failure” to address the defensive line in the recent draft. They did not draft a defensive lineman until taking Rob Jackson out of Kansas State in the seventh round...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 1,420 reads 1 comments

  10. Washington Redskins' Camp Remains Fan Unfriendly

    With the arrival of Jim Zorn, some things have changed about the Washington Redskins’ training camp, while other things have remained the same...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 800 reads 2 comments

  11. Backup Center is Problem for Washington Redskins

    During last week’s OTAs, Joe Bugel said that, as of now, Jon Jansen is the Washington Redskins’ No. 2 center behind Casey Rabach. "Jon has been a backup center in college and we have him working at back-up center," Bugel said...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 845 reads 0 comments

  12. For The NFL, June 1st Has Come and Gone

    I know that many of you out there are hoping for help for your favorite National Football League team coming from a wave of talent hitting the free agency market after June 1. I hate to tell you this, but you should look elsewhere...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 1,694 reads 5 comments

  13. Washington Redskins Better Prepared For Labor Standoff This Time Around

    As expected, the NFL owners voted to end the collective bargaining agreement between the league and the players association on Tuesday. The unanimous vote has no immediate impact, but it does start the clock ticking towards an uncapped year in 2010...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 1,068 reads 0 comments

  14. Washington Redskins: Corner Depth a Concern?

    I’ve been having an online discussion with some friends of mine about the Washington Redskins cornerback position, and I thought it was worth bringing up here...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 1,198 reads 2 comments

  15. Spygate Comes to a Disappointing End

    As a football fan, I hate the New England Patriots as much as any red-blooded American who doesn’t call a beer a pop and doesn’t refer to a sub as a “grindah.” But, as a writer, I have no animus against the Evil Empire North...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 676 reads 1 comments

  16. Washington Redskins: Roster Changes Still Are Possible

    The Washington Redskins’ roster is about 96 percent complete. Of the 53 players who will be on the team’s opening-day roster, all but one or two of them currently are with the team...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 1,740 reads 0 comments

  17. Little News is Good News at Washington Redskins Minicamp

    There was very little news coming out of the Washington Redskins' minicamp this past weekend, and that is exactly what the team wanted. You don’t want your team to make news during minicamp...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 838 reads 5 comments

  18. 2008 NFL Draft: Some Washington Redskins Veterans Looking Over Their Shoulders

    The Washington Redskins’ draft last weekend has a number of veteran players looking over their shoulders as the team’s minicamp commences today in Ashburn, VA. The NFL is a zero-sum game when it comes to players...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 1,689 reads 0 comments

  19. Naysayers Focus on Process, Not Washington Redskins' Results

    The main complaint about the Washington Redskins draft that is making the rounds is that they didn’t “address” the defensive line...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 1,097 reads 4 comments

  20. Washington Redskins' Draft a Numbers Game

    It’ll take a wide-angle lens to take the class picture for the Redskins’ 2008 draft. Ten new players were selected Saturday and Sunday. That ties for the most players drafted by the Redskins since they started the seven-round draft in 1994...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 390 reads 0 comments

  21. Phillip Merling, Jordy Nelson: Washington Redskins' One-Two Punch

    For months I’ve been thinking that Washington Redskins would take a wide receiver with their first-round draft pick. Ever since it became apparent that Brandon Lloyd was going to be a bust, it seemed to me to be the logical move to make...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 2,227 reads 1 comments

  22. Washington Redskins Draft Could Go Any Which Way

    The Redskins’ trade proposal for Chad Johnson may have been dead on arrival in Cincinnati, but it did serve a purpose...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 311 reads 1 comments

  23. Washington Redskins' Offer For Chad Johnson Just Plain Stupid

    Dos uno’s wasn’t enough to get Ocho Cinco to Washington. I would have posted this sooner, but I was out looking for thank-you cards for Mike Brown and Marvin Lewis...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 1,092 reads 2 comments

  24. Washington Redskins Draft: Move Up, Move Down, or Move Out?

    There has been a lot of talk of the Washington Redskins trading down from their #21 slot in the upcoming NFL draft. In fact, Vinny Cerrato has publicly placed a “For Sale” sign on that pick...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about 6 years ago 1,105 reads 7 comments

  25. Washington Redskins News & Notes: Team Scores Three More Draft Picks

    Some smaller items have filled up the inbox and it’s time to empty it out with this version of News & Notes...

    Rich Tandler Written by Rich Tandler about over 6 years ago 677 reads 0 comments