Washington Redskins News, Rumors, Injuries & Recruiting
Hogs Haven: Redskins Projected 2019 Offensive Stats
Who will lead the Redskins offense from under center in 2019?
This is the biggest question facing the franchise as we move toward training camp.
According to head coach Jay Gruden, there is an open competition at quarterback for the 2019 season, and the two players who currently sit in the drivers seat are rookie Dwayne Haskins and veteran Case Keenum.
If the competition is close, I expect the starting nod to go with the rookie, but I could see things playing out that Keenum gets the early start, and Haskins takes over after a few games.
Fansided: Redskins: Why Kelvin Harmon fell in the 2019 NFL Draft
In the leadup to the 2019 NFL Draft, Kelvin Harmon was considered by many to be a likely Day 2 pick at the receiver position. The big-bodied man from NC State had posted back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons and appeared to have the makings of a strong possession receiver for the NFL level.
However, Harmon didn't go on Day 2 of the draft. He didn't even go early on Day 3. He suffered a very big fall and was finally taken by the Redskins late in the sixth round of the draft. It was considered by many to be a great value pick by the 'Skins.
Meet rookie CB @iv_jimmy, in this edition of Meet The Rookies! https://t.co/HE8zjrvYPS
"In between the white lines feels like home."Meet seventh round draft pick @iv_jimmy. https://t.co/MthnK8wvZ3
Hogs Haven: Rile'd Up Podcast: Kareem Copeland Gives The Inside Scoop on Day 1 of OTAs
On this edition of the Rile'd Up Podcast, Tiffany and Nicole caught up with the Redskins beat reporter for the Washington Post, Kareem Copeland, who gave the pair the inside scoop on the first day of Redskins OTAs and the highly anticipated Rookie minicamp.
Copeland praised the Redskins defense, and discussed the uphill battle that rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins will have to climb in to insert himself as QB1, and the importance of this season for Jay Gruden's future as head coach.
In addition, Tiffany and Nicole ask whether Jimmy Moreland "is the real deal," how his rapport with Gruden could play dividends for the local youngster.
Fansided: Redskins: 5 reasons why Dwayne Haskins will succeed
Mostly, it's been a painful life filled with false hope. Offseasons of hopeful moves that translated to mediocrity on the field. Aside from Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder's poor ownership decisions, the one constant throughout the past couple decades has been unreliable quarterback play.
The 2005 NFL Draft still haunts me. Does anyone else remember Aaron Rodgers' precipitous fall after many pegged him going No. 1 to San Francisco? Not only did Washington pass on him at No. 9, but Green Bay ended up snagging him ONE PICK before the Skins were up again at No.
Hogs Haven: The Daily Twitter: 25 May 2019
The Daily Twitter will be posted at the beginning of every day (at midnight in Washington, DC). The goal is to give readers a handy spot to check the Redskins beat writers & bloggers, and national sports journalists to keep up on the latest news about the Redskins, the NFL, and sports in general, along with a smattering of other things.NFL News twitter feed:
One of the #Redskins questions of the day - Are the #Skins begging for trouble by drafting talented players whose value has dropped because of injuries?
Fansided: Redskins: Riggo's Rag Podcast - 90-man roster fantasy draft
In a few months, the Washington Redskins will be forced to finalize their 53-man roster for the 2019 regular season. That 53-man roster will not be entirely new, but instead chiseled from the barren stone that is the 90-man roster.
As of now, it's impossible to directly quantify the impact that each player will provide the Redskins in 2019, but from reputation, traits, and other factors, we can at least reason the value that each name might bring to the team in fall, and we can predict how the Redskins roster might hold up.
Washington Times: Redskins announce training camp schedule for 2019
The Washington Redskins will open their 2019 training camp on July 25 in Richmond, Virginia.
The Redskins will return to the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center in the state capital, where they've held training camp each year since 2013.
Coach Jay Gruden recently said that some injured players, including running back Derrius Guice and quarterback Colt McCoy, are likely to be back in time for training camp, so fans could get their first glimpse of the players when camp opens.
Each practice session is open to the public and free to attend. See the full schedule below:Thursday, July 25: 9:45 a.
Get to know fourth round draft pick RB @Blovee_20 in this edition of Meet The Rookies. https://t.co/nyaWEZZaB2
Hogs Haven: BreakingT Memorial Day Sale!
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BreakingT is currently holding their annual Memorial Day sale. This is a great opportunity to pick up your favorite Redskins, Nationals, Capitals and other shirts at a discounted price. Father's Day is also coming up next month, and these shirts can make great gifts.
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* Free Shipping threshold is down to $50 for this sale
* Sale ends Monday at 11:59 p.
.@RedskinsCR paired rookies with @ja_gw students for some fun financial management activities. https://t.co/giKWX2h9rK
Hogs Haven: A Closer Look At Jordan Brailford With Cowboys Ride For Free
Gabe Ward: This offseason the Redskins lost their weakside pass rusher Preston Smith to free agency. The Redskins had been planning to go with former 2nd round pick Ryan Anderson as the new starter but picked up two EDGE rushers in the draft: 1st round pick Montez Sweat and 7th round pick Jordan Brailford. Between Anderson (who plays with good strength, power, and hustle) and Sweat (who has prototypical length and athleticism), Brailford may not get too many snaps. Given his skill set, can you tell us how you think he can make his way onto the field and stick with the team?
"In between the white lines feels like home." Meet seventh round draft pick @iv_jimmy. https://t.co/p8Ksmj8dYt
Wes Martin talks to Gabe Henderson about adjusting to being a professional athlete. https://t.co/lIIhC3yqNi