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A couple days back, Santana Moss appeared on a podcast with ESPN's John Clayton , and the topic of Robert Griffin III's health came up.
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In most NFL drafts over the years, the prestige of being the first overall pick makes that selection the most talked about option in the draft.
Without a lot of vacancies in the starting lineup - and a first-round pick - the Washington Redskins should target late-round sleepers in the 2014 NFL draft .
"Live with Kelly and Michael," co-hosts Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan are joining in on Easter Monday activities when they air a special edition of their talk show Monday, April 21, 2014.
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is entering the most critical part of his NFL career.
There's nothing like looking back at a previous draft armed with knowledge and perspective on how each prospect developed in the league.
Former Redskins receiver Antwaan Randle El can relate to the shock beset on Andre Roberts - when the Redskins signed DeSean Jackson, after Roberts signed under the impression he would be the Redskins No.
Jon Gruden wasn't sure how far to push Aaron Murray since the Georgia quarterback was less than five months removed from left anterior cruciate ligament surgery.
For players coming off down campaigns -- triggered by injury, poor performance or fate -- September brings the chance to erase ill memories of 2013 and rewrite the narrative.
Malcolm Jenkins only echoed what others have said about Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III .
Believe it or not, the beginning of the Eagles 2014 season is rapidly approaching.
MARK DUNCAN/ASSOCIATED PRESSCleveland Browns center Alex Mack talks with the media in front of a large mural of Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown at the NFL football team's facility in Berea, Ohio, Monday.
If Redskins general manager Bruce Allen is anything like his father - late Redskins coach George Allen, a master at trading draft picks - then Washington has a chance of moving up from its 34th overall selection to gain a valued offensive right tackle in the first round.
Six weeks ago, the general consensus among draft analysts was that three or four quarterbacks could be drafted within the top 10 picks of the 2014 NFL draft.
It's supposed to provide a boost to themselves and hurt a division rival at the same time.