It's ball out or lose out when it comes to a contract year. Which players cash in? Joel Corry runs down 20 impending free agents to keep an eye on.
The Giants hold a 96-64-4 edge over the Redskins all-time, but are an even more impressive 16-6 since 2004, when the team traded Philip Rivers and draft picks for quarterback Eli Manning.
It's time to rank this week's games and right out of the gate we get Peyton Manning beginning what might be his retirement tour facing the Ravens.
The Redskins have been posting pictures to Twitter with the player whose number corresponds with the amount of days left until the season opener. Things get a little awkward when it reaches 10.
Fair or not, the Robert Griffin III era in Washington appears to have reached its logical conclusion.
Is RG3 untradeable? Not entirely. Ex-Agent Joel Corry says the Redskins can get something in return for their diminished QB -- if they get creative.
Shrink the preseason? Yeah, right. But adding more bodies to lessen injuries may not be a hard sell to owners. Also not happening: Eli hitting free agency.
Trent Williams and the Redskins agreed to a five-year deal that is reportedly worth up to $66 million.
Stop screaming that Jay Gruden is to blame for getting RG3 hurt. Chip Kelly is more deserving of criticism for putting Sam Bradford in harm's way.
Tough. Smart. Consistent. That's Scot McCloughan. And make no mistake, the Redskins new GM who prizes those same traits in his players -- and knows how to build a winner.

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