This is the June 4, 2013 news archive. View today's Redskins rumors and news.
Earlier today, we unveiled during Pro Football Talk on NBCSN the Mt. Rushmore for the New York Giants. The segment appears below, if you choose to watch it. But we won’t make you wait until tomorrow to read the results, like we did with the Cowboys and
Taylor’s Unusual Costa Rican ExperienceUpdated Jun 4 Share TweetClick to view slideshow. Over the next week, the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders will be providing behind-the-scenes access and first-hand-accounts of their 2013 Calendar photo shoot in tropical Costa Rica. For today’s shoot diary entry, we check in wiSource: redskins.comShare TweetWhen Eric Kettani was notified of his promotion to lieutenant in the U.S. Navy, he was given a choice as to who would have the honor of pinning his new rank to his collar. The Redskins fullback chose his coach, … Continue reading â†’Share TweetI met and interviewed Deacon Jones once, briefly, before the Redskins’ 2010 “homecoming” game. He was euphoric over the event. “Look, first of all, you have to understand the context,” Jones told me, sitting in a chair outside the event’s …Share TweetDonovan McNabb told the NFL Network on Monday that he's "a fan" of Robert Griffin III and said he was just trying to be a mentor to a younger player when he told The Washington Post that the second-year Redskins quarterback has "too much" going on.Source: ESPN.com
Redskins fullback becomes Navy LieutenantJun 4Washington Redskins fullback Eric Kettani joins "NFL AM" to discuss his promotion to Navy Lieutenant.
Peter King: Late Deacon Jones would have dominated any era; mailJun 4You can't say many players from the '40s, '50s and '60s would have dominated today. Be competitive, sure. But dominated? Not many. Deacon Jones, though -- there was a guy who would have been one of the greats whenever he played.
Chadiha: Deacon Jones left permanent imprintJun 4The late Deacon Jones revolutionized the DE position and had an unforgettable presence, writes Jeffri Chadiha.