Looking back at the 2011 NFL Draft, several teams passed with flying colors, while others had a draft they would like to forget
Coach Killers is your weekly look around the league at those performances, decisions and 'Wait, what did he just do?!' moments that put the guy in charge squarely on the ol' hot seat.
The Redskins have the NFL's worst special teams unit. That point was reinforced Thursday night when they attempted (and failed) the worst fake punt you'll ever see.
Here's a roundup of all the good -- and bad -- stuff that happened around the NFL on Friday, Aug. 2.
The Patriots need a tight end after releasing accused murderer Aaron Hernandez. Who do they go after next? Pat Kirwan looks at a few possibilities and touches on other pressing topics.
The Redskins defeated the Cowboys to claim their first NFC East title since 1999, when QB Robert Griffin III was 9 years old.
The Redskins didn't clinch anything after their 27-20 win over the Eagles on Sunday, so their playoff situation remains simple: Beat Dallas and they clinch the NFC East and earn a first-round home game.
The Redskins bolstered their playoff chances with an overtime win over the Ravens.
The Redskins rallied to beat the Ravens in overtime, but the victory may have cost them dearly as quarterback Robert Griffin III suffered a knee injury and will have an MRI on Sunday night.

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