Redskins sign wide receiver Lance Lewis - Washington Post

Posted on: Tue, 14 May 2013 at 17:05

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Redskins sign wide receiver Lance Lewis - Washington Post
Washington Post (blog)
The Washington Redskins have signed free agent wide receiver Lance Lewis, according to the NFL's daily transaction report. The 6-foot, 208-pound Lewis went undrafted out of East Carolina in 2012. He joined the Redskins for training camp, but suffered ...
Cheap Shots: Redskins' Snyder sings same old song

News Sentinel
Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder said “we will never change the name of the team,” in response to possible legislation that would label name Redskins “racist and derogatory.” Snyder may have taken it too far, however, in hiring Taylor Swift to ...
Banks: Phillip Thomas Can Win Starting Job - Washington Redskins
Continuing a post-draft interview with's Don Banks as he credits the Redskins with finding safety Phillip Thomas in the fourth round and how he can start Week 1. With a number of roster needs and limited high-end draft picks, the Washington ...
Worst position groups in NFL: Defense

NFL News
Honorable mentions: Carolina Panthers, Washington Redskins, St. Louis Rams, Arizona Cardinals: The Redskins are relying on Brandon Meriweather, which is never a good idea. They've often tried to replace other projected starter, Reed Doughty.

The Futon Critic
... NeNe Leakes, Steve Harvey, Wendy Williams, Jack Hanna, "Access Hollywood Live" hosts Billy Bush and Kit Hoover, Washington Redskins owner Daniel Snyder, former all-star quarterback for the Washington Redskins Joe Theismann, ESPN's "Pardon the ...
Philadelphia Eagles RB LeSean McCoy sued for alleged assault in party bus ...
... Eagles RB LeSean McCoy sued for alleged assault in party bus incident. LeSean McCoy 2012. Philadelphia Eagles' LeSean McCoy tries to break free from Washington Redskins' Lorenzo Alexander in the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec.
NFC South afternoon update

ESPN (blog)
Charlie Campbell writes that the Washington Redskins had interest in defensive back Ronde Barber, who retired from the Buccaneers last week. The Redskins could have offered Barber a starting position and given him the chance to be reunited with former ...