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Redskins fans are crazy for John Beck, but why is he really going to be the Redskins' quarterback next year?
In the 2011 draft, the Redskins added pics, drafted substance over flash and addressed needs. So why is the national media skeptical and critical?
A large group of Phillies fans packed Nationals Park again last Thursday with Philadelphia closed out their series at Washington. Maybe those fans have the right idea.
Can a media outlet be directly involved with the team they cover and still give unbiased coverage to their consumers? We use the Redskins and WTEM, along with Texas' new deal with ESPN, as possible case studies.
UFC Fight Night 24 gives us a good excuse to talk some MMA with Washington Redskins wide receiver Terrence Austin. Read about why Austin loves the sport and what similarities he sees between it and football.
Washington Capitals right wing Eric Fehr has always enjoyed talking about fighting. Now, as we all get ready to watch UFC 128 on Saturday, we get to find out why he likes MMA and what drew him to it.
In a week where the Redskins let go of some long-time players, Albert Haynesworth's name still is in the news. This time, though, it's not his fault. If the Redskins would just release him, he'd no longer dominate the headlines in D.C.
The Redskins need to get over themselves and cut Albert Haynesworth before he can do any more damage to the image of their organization.
Winning teams invest in their offensive and defensive lines. The Redskins don't agree with that philosophy.
Redskins fans seem to undervalue the quarterback position. Recent history, i.e. this year's Super Bowl matchup, would show that they are mistaken.