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July 8, 2014


Washington Redskins (1978 - Pres)





RUSHING: 135.2

PASSING: 234.4



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PASSING: 243.5





Washington Redskins (1983 - Pres)

It didn’t take the Washington Redskins long to go from a playoff contender to an embarrassing 3-13.  With losing comes another coaching change…out with Mike Shanahan and in with Jay Gruden. The off-season changes should make things in Washington much healthier and much less stressful.

As with most teams, everything for the Redskins will revolve around their quarterback Robert Griffin III. Griffin has seen just about everything in his two seasons in the NFL including a Rookie of the Year Award, a division championship, a knee injury and then last year’s benching. There’s no doubt Griffin will be entering a make or break season but will do so with more weapons and less running the football.

One thing Coach Gruden will do is implement a new system for Griffin to keep him healthy. Griffin will be more of a traditional drop back passer in Gruden’s system but will still have the option of running the football….sometimes.

Griffin will have a new target in Pro Bowl WR DeSean Jackson (Philadelphia) who will team with Pierre Garcon to give the Redskins two playmakers on offense on the outside. Washington now has quality depth on the roster along with Aldrick Robinson, Andre Roberts and veteran Santana Moss.

Gruden will run an offense that uses the TE and that means Jordan Reed will see more catches in 2014. Reed suffered a concussion late last season that cost him a chance to at least 80 receptions. Back-up veteran Logan Paulson is valuable as a TE and FB.

Washington’s running game will be led by Alfred Morris (1,275 yds) but expect more from Roy Helu Jr., who is a better receiver out of the backfield. Helu will be essential on third down. The third RB for the Redskins could be 6th round pick Lache Seastrunk out of Baylor.

Mike Shanahan didn’t allow DC Jim Haslett to coach the way he wanted to or needed to…be more aggressive and attacking. Coach Gruden will allow Haslett to coach the defense as he sees fit. Washington’s defense will be led by LB Brian Orakpo, whom the Redskins hit with the franchise tag. Orakpo will be allowed to pressure the QB instead of drop back in pass coverage like he did in 2013.

Washington gave Orakpo a pass rushing partner by signing DL Jason Hatcher (Dallas). Hatcher had 11 sacks in 2013. The Redskins will look to move him from DT to DE. Chris Baker will start at DT with Ryan Kerrigan starting at OLB, Perry Riley at ILB, Darryl Sharpton at ILB along with Orakpo. Washington must find a way to replace long-time veteran London Fletcher who retired. First round pick Trent Murphy (Stanford) will be given every chance to see the field in 2014.

The secondary was nothing more than average in 2013 with veterans DeAngelo Hall, Brandon Merryweather and youngsters David Amerson, Phillip Thomas and Baccari Rambo.  The Redskins signed veteran FS Ryan Clark to add experience to their secondary.

Signing WR DeSean Jackson was a huge move for the Redskins. Now they have the ability to spread defenses and Griffin will have several targets to choose from. RB Alfred Morris may have as much responsibility in the new offensive scheme. The defense will do more blitzing and pressuring the QB than they did in 2013. All of this said, it all comes down to RGIII and his ability to develop as a drop back QB and his chances of staying healthy. Griffin worked in the off-season with QB coach Terry Shea to work on his footwork.

Washington Redskins (2002 - 2004)

2014 DRAFT:


NOTES ON THE REDSKINS’ OVERALL DRAFT (Courtesy, Redskins Public Relations):


· The Redskins made eight selections in the 2014 NFL Draft. The eight selections mark the third time in four years Washington has selected at least eight players (2011, 2012 and 2014).


· Washington has now selected 36 players in the past four drafts, the franchise’s largest four-year total since the institution of the seven-round draft in 1994. The team last posted a four-year total of 36 across the 1991-94 NFL Drafts, a time frame which included two 12-round drafts, one eight-round draft and one seven-round draft.


· Washington has made at least seven selections in four consecutive drafts for the first time since 1992-95.


· The Redskins selected two players in the seventh round, marking the sixth time in the last seven years that the team has drafted multiple players in the seventh round. Washington has made multiple seventh-round selections in each year from 2008 through 2014 with exception of the 2013 NFL Draft.


· Washington made two trades during the 2014 NFL Draft. On Friday, the team sent the No. 34 overall pick to the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for the Nos. 47 and 78 overall picks. On Saturday, Washington sent the No. 178 overall pick to the Tennessee Titans for the Nos. 186 and 228 overall selections.


· Washington selected four players with selections acquired by trade: LB Trent Murphy (No. 47 from Dallas), G Spencer Long (No. 78 from Dallas), RB Lache Seastrunk (No. 186 from Tennessee) and K Zach Hocker (No. 228 from Tennessee).


· Washington has now selected 23 players with selections acquired by trade in the Bruce Allen era: FB/TE Dennis Morris (2010), WR Terrence Austin (2010), C Erik Cook (2010), T Selvish Capers (2010), LB Ryan Kerrigan (2011), WR Leonard Hankerson (2011), RB Roy Helu, Jr. (2011), S DeJon Gomes (2011), WR/TE Niles Paul (2011), WR Aldrick Robinson (2011), OL Maurice Hurt (2011), LB Markus White (2011), QB Robert Griffin III (2012), G Josh LeRibeus (2012), LB Keenan Robinson (2012), RB Alfred Morris (2012), T Tom Compton (2012), CB Jordan Bernstine (2012), LB Brandon Jenkins (2013), LB Trent Murphy (2014), G Spencer Long (2014), RB Lache Seastrunk (2014) and K Zach Hocker (2014).


· The 2014 NFL Draft marks the first time since 2010 that the Redskins have not selected college teammates in the same draft. Washington selected at least a pair of college teammates in each draft from 2011-13 (Nebraska’s Roy Helu, Jr., DeJon Gomes and Niles Paul in 2011; SMU’s Josh LeRibeus and Richard Crawford in 2012; Florida State’s Chris Thompson and Brandon Jenkins in 2013).


· With the selection of Stanford’s Trent Murphy, the Redskins made a product of the conference now known as the Pac-12 the team’s top selection for the first time since selecting Stanford DB Duncan McColl with their top selection in the 1977 NFL Draft.

Washington Redskins (1972 - Pres)SCHEDULE:


Thursday, Aug. 7 vs. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (NBC4/CSN) 7:30 p.m.
Monday, Aug. 18 vs. CLEVELAND BROWNS (ESPN) # 8 p.m.
Saturday, Aug. 23 at Baltimore Ravens (NBC4/CSN) 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, Aug. 28 at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (NBC4/CSN) 7:30 p.m.


Sunday, Sept. 7 at Houston Texans (FOX) 1 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 14 vs. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS (CBS) 1 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 21 at Philadelphia Eagles (FOX) 1 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 25 vs. NEW YORK GIANTS (CBS) # 8:25 p.m.
Monday, Oct. 6 vs. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (ESPN) # 8:30 p.m.
Sunday, Oct. 12 at Arizona Cardinals (FOX) 4:25 p.m.*
Sunday, Oct. 19 vs. TENNESSEE TITANS (CBS) 1 p.m.*
Monday, Oct. 27 at Dallas Cowboys (ESPN) # 8:30 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 2 at Minnesota Vikings (FOX) 1 p.m.*
Sunday, Nov. 9 BYE  
Sunday, Nov. 16 vs. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (FOX) 1 p.m.*
Sunday, Nov. 23 at San Francisco 49ers (FOX) ! 4:25 p.m.*
Sunday, Nov. 30 at Indianapolis Colts (FOX) 1 p.m.*
Sunday, Dec. 7 vs. ST. LOUIS RAMS (FOX) 1 p.m.*
Sunday, Dec. 14 at New York Giants (FOX) 1 p.m.*
Saturday, Dec. 20 vs. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES (TBD) ^ TBD^
Sunday, Dec. 28 vs. DALLAS COWBOYS (FOX) 1 p.m.*

Jan. 3-4: NFL Wild Card Weekend
Jan. 10-11: NFL Divisional Weekend
Sunday, Jan. 18: NFL Conference Championship Games
Sunday, Jan. 25: 2015 NFL Pro Bowl (University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, Ariz.)
Sunday, Feb. 1: Super Bowl XLIX (University of Phoenix Stadium; Glendale, Ariz.) 

All Kickoff Times Eastern
# Nationally Televised

* Subject to flexible scheduling
! Cross-flexed from FOX to CBS

^Will air either on NFL Network (4:30 p.m.) or CBS (8:15 p.m.) 

Here's some notes on each 2014 matchup, courtesy of Washington Redskins Public Relations:

Week 1: at Houston Texans

  • The Redskins are 24-20 in season openers since the 1970 AFL-AFL merger. A win would give Washington Week 1 victories in four of the last five seasons.
  • Head Coach Jay Gruden will attempt to become the 11th coach in franchise history to win his Redskins debut (Eddie Casey, Arthur "Dutch" Bergman, Dick Todd, Earl "Curly" Lambeau, Vince Lombardi, George Allen, Jack Pardee, Richie Petitbon, Steve Spurrier and Mike Shanahan).
  • The Redskins’ opener at NRG Stadium in Houston will be the first of four games to be played by Washington at all four of the league’s active retractable roof stadiums (Houston, Dallas, Arizona and Indianapolis) in 2014.
  • The Redskins’ opener at NRG Stadium in Houston will be the first of four games to be played by Washington at all four of the league’s active retractable roof stadiums (Houston, Dallas, Arizona and Indianapolis) in 2014.
  • The Redskins are 2-1 all-time against the Texans and are 1-0 against the Texans in Houston. This will be the first meeting between these two teams since needing overtime to decide a game at FedExField on Sept. 19, 2010.

Week 2: vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

  • The Redskins will make their FedExField debut in Week 2. Washington is 29-15 in home openers since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger and is looking for its first victory in a home opener since a 28-14 win over the eventual Super Bowl champion New York Giants in 2011.
  • This marks the first time since 2009 the Redskins will open their home slate in Week 2. Washington has won its last two Week 2 home openers, including Week 2 wins in the 2008 and 2009 home openers at FedExField.
  • Head Coach Jay Gruden will attempt to become the 16th coach in franchise history to win a home debut. Redskins head coaches are 15-11-1 all-time in their first home contest.
  • The Redskins are 4-1 all-time against the Jaguars and undefeated against the Jaguars at FedExField (2-0).
  • The game will be the first between the Redskins and Jaguars since a 20-17 Redskins victory in Jacksonville on Dec. 26, 2010.
  • The game will represent the Jaguars’ first visit to FedExField since the Redskins earned a 36-30 overtime victory Oct. 1, 2006. In that game, wide receiver Santana Moss caught a 68-yard touchdown pass from Mark Brunell to seal the win.

 Week 3: at Philadelphia Eagles

  • The Redskins have an all-time record of 81-72-5 against the Eagles, including the postseason. Washington's 81 combined wins against the Eagles are its most against any opponent.
  • The Redskins are 40-37-2 against the Eagles all-time in Philadelphia, including postseason play.

 Week 4: vs. New York Giants

  • A Week 4 win against the Giants would represent the Redskins’ seventh win on a Thursday in team history.
  • Washington is 6-8 all-time in games played on Thursday but 4-2 in Thursday games played on dates other than Thanksgiving.
  • The Redskins are seeking their first Thursday win since Thanksgiving Day in 2012 at Dallas. A win would be their first non-Thanksgiving Thursday win since defeating the Bears on Dec. 6, 2007.
  • The game will be the 165th all-time meeting between the Redskins and Giants, including postseason play. The Giants are the Redskins’ most common opponent.
  • This will be the Redskins and Giants’ third Thursday matchup all-time, including a 13-3 Redskins victory Sept. 16, 1937, and a 16-7 defeat at the hands of the Giants on Sept. 4, 2008.

 Week 5: vs. Seattle Seahawks

  • The Redskins will make their first of two Monday Night Football appearances in Week 5. Washington’s record on the program in home games currently stands at 17-17.
  • This will be the first all-time Monday meeting between the Redskins and Seahawks.
  • The Redskins are 11-4 all-time against the Seahawks in regular season play.
  • The Redskins have won six consecutive regular season games against Seattle, dating back to 2001. The Redskins have not lost a regular season game to the Seahawks since 1998.
  • Washington’s current six-game regular season winning streak against Seattle includes a three-game home regular season winning streak, earning victories in the 2001, 2003 and 2005 seasons.
  • The teams’ last regular season meeting at FedExField was on Oct. 2, 2005, a 20-17 overtime victory for the Redskins.
  • Each of the last four regular season meetings between the Redskins and Seahawks have been decided by one score or less.

 Week 6: at Arizona Cardinals

  • The Redskins are 74-44-2 all-time against the Cardinals. Using the formula for winning percentage adopted by the NFL in 1972 to include ties, the Redskins’ .625 all-time winning percentage against the Cardinals is Washington’s highest against any opponent with a minimum of 50 games played.
  • The Redskins’ current eight-game winning streak against the Cardinals is the team’s longest active winning streak against an opponent. Washington has won their last eight games against the Cardinals dating back to Dec. 24, 2000.
  • The Redskins’ eight-game winning streak against the Cardinals is one of five active NFL winning streaks against an opponent of at least eight games (Denver vs. Cleveland, 10; Philadelphia vs. NY Jets, 9; San Francisco vs. Detroit, 9; NY Jets vs. Tampa Bay, 8).
  • The Redskins have won seven straight home games against the Cardinals dating back to Dec. 12, 1999.
  • The teams’ last meeting came on Sept. 18, 2011. The Redskins overcame an eight-point deficit in the final six minutes to earn a 22-21 win.

 Week 7: vs. Tennessee Titans

  • The game will represent the teams’ first meeting since Nov. 21, 2010, a 19-16 Redskins overtime win.
  • The Redskins will attempt to even their all-time record against the Titans at 6-6. The Redskins are 5-6 against the Titans’ franchise all-time, including a 3-3 record against the Houston Oilers, an 0-1 record against the Tennessee Oilers and a 2-2 record against the Tennessee Titans.
  • The Redskins are looking for their first home win against the Titans’ franchise since Nov. 3, 1991, a 16-13 win over the Houston Oilers.

 Week 8: at Dallas Cowboys

  • The Redskins and Cowboys have previously faced each other 15 times on Monday Night Football.
  • Washington will attempt to even their Monday night record against the Cowboys at 8-8 and earn their first Monday win against the Cowboys since a 14-13 win Sept. 19, 2005.
  • In their last trip to AT&T Stadium, the Redskins recorded 216 rushing yards, their highest rushing total in 52 road games against the Cowboys all-time.

 Week 9: at Minnesota Vikings

  • 2014 will mark the fifth consecutive year in which the Redskins have faced the Vikings in the regular season. This is only the third time since divisional realignment in 2002 that the Redskins have faced a non-divisional opponent in five consecutive seasons (Tampa Bay, 2003-07; St. Louis, 2008-12).
  • The Redskins are 12-11 all-time against the Vikings, including postseason play. The teams’ all-time regular season record is knotted at 9-9.
  • The Redskins are looking for their first win against the Vikings in Minnesota since Dec. 23, 2007.
  • The game will be the Redskins’ first at TCF Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. In regular season play, the Redskins were 1-1 against the Vikings at Metropolitan Stadium and 4-2 against the Vikings at the Metrodome.

 Week 11: vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • The Redskins face the Buccaneers in Week 11 following a bye in Week 10. Since bye weeks were instituted in 1990, the Redskins are 12-13 in games following bye weeks and can even that record with a victory against Tampa Bay this season.
  • The Redskins are 10-10 all-time against the Buccaneers including postseason play. The all-time regular season series between the two teams is tied at 9-9.
  • The Redskins won the teams’ last meeting, a 24-22 victory in Tampa Bay on Sept. 30, 2012. Washington can win consecutive regular season games against Tampa Bay for the first time since 1998-2000.
  • The Redskins are 5-3 all-time in home games against the Buccaneers and will seek their first home win in the series since Oct. 4, 2009.
  • The last eight matchups between the Redskins and Buccaneers have been decided by one score or less. The teams’ last three meetings have been decided by an average margin of two points.

 Week 12: at San Francisco 49ers

  • The game will be the Redskins’ first at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif.
  • The Redskins will attempt to collect their first win against the 49ers since a 52-17 victory Oct. 23, 2005.
  • A road win against the 49ers would be the Redskins’ first since Dec. 18, 2004.

 Week 13: at Indianapolis Colts

  • The Redskins will seek their first win against the Colts since a 26-21 win Oct. 27, 2002.
  • A win would be the Redskins’ first in Indianapolis since overcoming a 14-point first-half deficit en route to a 41-27 victory Oct. 23, 1994.
  • The game is expected to feature quarterbacks Robert Griffin III and Andrew Luck, both of whom were selected among the top two picks of the 2012 NFL Draft. It would be the first matchup of starting quarterbacks selected Nos. 1 and 2 overall in a draft since Peyton Manning (No. 1, 1998) and Ryan Leaf (No. 2, 1998) started against one another on Oct. 4, 1998.

 Week 14: vs. St. Louis Rams

  • The game will represent the teams’ eighth meeting in the last 10 seasons but the first at FedExField since 2009. The Redskins played the Rams in St. Louis three times across the 2010-12 seasons.
  • The Redskins are 24-12-1 all-time against the Rams, including postseason play.
  • The Redskins are 11-5 all-time in regular season home games against the Rams.
  • A win would give the Redskins a second consecutive home win against the Rams for the first time since earning back-to-back playoff victories against the Rams following the 1983 and 1986 seasons.
  • Dating back to 2006, five of the last six games between the Redskins and Rams have been decided by seven points or less.

 Week 15: at New York Giants

  • The Redskins will seek their first road win against the Giants since a 23-10 victory against the eventual Super Bowl champions at MetLife Stadium on Dec. 18, 2011.
  • In their 2012 meeting at New York, the Redskins recorded 248 rushing yards, their highest rushing total in the now 164-game series history against the Giants.

 Week 16: vs. Philadelphia Eagles

  • The Redskins and Eagles will meet on a Saturday for the fifth time in series history. Washington is 2-2 against the Eagles in Saturday games, including a 31-30 win at Philadelphia on Oct. 1, 1955 and a 20-6 win at Philadelphia in the NFC Wild Card Round on Jan. 5, 1991.
  • The Redskins will attempt to even their all-time record in Saturday games at 24-24. The Redskins will seek their first Saturday victory since a 17-10 NFC Wild Card Round win over the Buccaneers on Jan. 7, 2006. The Redskins’ last regular season Saturday victory came on Dec. 24, 2005, against the New York Giants.
  • The Redskins are 41-35-3 all-time in regular season home games against the Eagles.

 Week 17: vs. Dallas Cowboys

  • The Redskins will close their season with a home game against the Cowboys for the second time in three seasons. The teams’ last Week 17 meeting came in 2012, a 28-18 win that secured the NFC East championship for Washington.
  • Washington is 4-2 in regular season finales against Dallas since the adoption of the 16-game schedule in 1978.
  • The Redskins have won three straight season finales against the Cowboys, including victories in 2002, 2007 and 2012.
  • The Redskins are 28-28 all-time against the Cowboys at home including postseason play dating back to the teams’ first meeting on Oct. 9, 1960.
  • Each of the Redskins’ last two home games against Dallas have featured record-setting performances. In 2012, running back Alfred Morris used a 200-yard rushing effort vs. Dallas to break the team’s single-season rushing yardage record (1,613). In 2013, wide receiver Pierre Garçon broke the team’s single-season receptions record (113) in the midst of an 11-reception, 144-yard day. 

Washington Redskins (1978 - Pres)





39 Amerson, David CB 6-1 194 22 2 North Carolina St. University
92 Baker, Chris NT 6-2 325 26 3 Hampton
30 Biggers, E.J. CB 6-0 185 27 6 Western Michigan
83 Bolser, Ted TE 6-5 249 23 R Indiana
72 Bowen, Stephen DE 6-5 300 30 9 Hofstra
26 Breeland, Bashaud DB 5-11 197 22 R Clemson
29R Bridget Jr., Courtney CB 6-3 195 23 R Hampton
66 Chester, Chris G 6-3 303 31 9 Oklahoma
25R Clark, Ryan FS 5-11 205 34 13 LSU
5 Clingan, Blake P 6-0 223 25 0 Central Florida
96 Cofield, Barry NT 6-4 303 30 9 Northwestern
68 Compton, Tom T 6-5 308 25 2 South Dakota
46R Compton, Will ILB 6-1 230 24 1 Nebraska
8 Cousins, Kirk QB 6-3 202 25 3 Michigan State
20 Crawford, Richard CB 5-11 192 23 3 SMU
35 Davis, Akeem S 6-1 200 24 R Memphis
18 Doss, Lee WR 6-1 178 23 R Southern
2 Forbath, Kai K 5-11 197 26 3 UCLA
88 Garçon, Pierre WR 6-0 216 27 7 Mount Union
94 Geathers, Clifton DT 6-8 325 26 4 South Carolina
73 Gettis, Adam G 6-2 305 25 3 Iowa
64 Golston, Kedric DE 6-4 318 31 9 Georgia
14 Grant, Ryan WR 6-0 193 23 R Tulane
10 Griffin III, Robert QB 6-2 222 24 3 Baylor
23 Hall, DeAngelo CB 5-10 198 30 11 Virginia Tech
85 Hankerson, Leonard WR 6-2 211 25 4 Miami (Fla.)
97 Hatcher, Jason DE 6-6 299 31 9 Grambling State
55 Hayward, Adam LB 6-1 240 30 8 Portland State
29 Helu, Jr., Roy RB 5-11 215 25 4 Nebraska
4 Hocker, Zach K 6-0 186 22 R Arkansas
87 Hoffman, Cody WR 6-4 210 23 R BYU
79 Hurt, Maurice G 6-3 329 26 4 Florida
11 Jackson, DeSean WR 5-10 178 27 7 California
50 Jackson, Rob LB 6-4 259 28 6 Kansas State
36R Jackson, Tanard FS 6-0 193 28 5 Syracuse
51 Jenkins, Brandon OLB 6-2 254 24 2 Florida State
99 Jenkins, Jarvis DE 6-4 315 26 4 Clemson
54 Jordan, Akeem LB 6-1 255 28 8 James Madison
73R Kearse, Frank DT 6-5 310 25 3 Alabama A&M
91 Kerrigan, Ryan LB 6-4 260 25 4 Purdue
47R Kimbrough, Jeremy LB 5-10 231 23 2 Appalachian State
61 Kowalski, Kevin C 6-3 298 25 3 Toledo
77 Lauvao, Shawn G 6-3 315 26 5 Arizona State
17 Lawrence, Rashad WR 6-1 190 22 R Northwestern
67 LeRibeus, Josh G 6-3 315 25 3 SMU
78 Lichtensteiger, Kory G/C 6-2 296 29 6 Bowling Green State
60 Long, Spencer G 6-5 311 23 R Nebraska
48 Madison, Ross S 5-11 200 23 R Toledo
3 Malone, Robert P 6-2 243 26 3 Fresno State
16 McCoy, Colt QB 6 215 27 5 Texas
75 McGlynn, Mike G/C 6-4 325 29 7 Pittsburgh
31 Meriweather, Brandon FS 5-11 198 30 8 Miami (Fla.)
45 Miller, Gabe LB 6-3 250 26 2 Oregon State
38 Minnifield, Chase DB 6-0 185 25 2 Virginia
46 Morris, Alfred RB 5-10 224 25 3 Florida Atlantic
76 Moses, Morgan OT 6-6 318 23 R Virginia
89 Moss, Santana WR 5-10 193 35 14 Miami (Fla.)
93 Murphy, Trent OLB 6-5 258 23 R Stanford
95 Neild, Chris NT 6-2 328 26 4 West Virginia
40W Nelson, Kyle LS 6-2 235 27 3 New Mexico State
98 Orakpo, Brian LB 6-4 257 27 6 Texas
84 Paul, Niles TE 6-1 241 24 4 Nebraska
82 Paulsen, Logan TE 6-5 261 27 5 UCLA
74 Polumbus, Tyler OT 6-8 308 29 6 Colorado
22 Porter, Tracy CB 5-11 188 27 7 Indiana
24 Rambo, Bacarri S 6-0 211 24 2 Georgia
24W Redd, Silas RB 5-10 200 22 R USC
86 Reed, Jordan TE 6-3 237 24 2 Florida
6 Rice Jr., Jerry WR 5-10 185 22 R UNLV
56 Riley Jr., Perry LB 6-0 238 26 5 LSU
12 Roberts, Andre WR 5-11 187 26 5 The Citadel
40R Robinson, Adrian LB 6-1 250 24 2 Temple
15 Robinson, Aldrick WR 5-10 184 25 3 Southern Methodist
52 Robinson, Keenan LB 6-3 238 25 3 Texas
34 Robinson, Trenton DB 5-9 193 24 3 Michigan State
19 Ross, Rashad WR 6-0 167 24 R Arizona State
26 Royster, Evan RB 6-0 207 26 4 Penn State
35W Seastrunk, Lache RB 5-9 200 22 R Baylor
53 Sharpton, Darryl ILB 5-11 235 26 5 Miami (Fla.)
37 Shepherd, Bryan DB 5-10 180 23 R North Dakota State
62 Stevens, Tevita OL 6-3 302 27 1 Utah
57 Sundberg, Nick LS 6-0 264 26 5 California
41 Thomas, Phillip S 6-1 223 25 2 Fresno State
75R Thomas, Robert DL 6-3 325 23 R Arkansas
25W Thompson, Chris RB 5-7 193 23 2 Florida State
32 Thompson, Peyton CB 5-11 180 23 1 San Jose State
13 Williams, Nick WR 5-10 184 23 2 Connecticut
71 Williams, Trent OT 6-5 337 25 5 Oklahoma
90 Worthington, Doug DE 6-5 318 26 3 Ohio State
36 Young, Darrel FB 5-11 251 27 5 Villanova


Restricted Free Agent


19 Briscoe, Dezmon WR 6-2 210 24 4 Kansas


Unrestricted Free Agent


55 Barnett, Nick ILB 6-2 228 33 12 Oregon State
94 Carriker, Adam DE 6-6 305 30 7 Nebraska
83 Davis, Fred TE 6-4 247 28 7 USC
37 Doughty, Reed S 6-1 206 31 9 Northern Colorado
59 Fletcher, London LB 5-10 242 39 17 John Carroll
8 Grossman, Rex QB 6-1 225 33 12 Florida
53 Kehl, Bryan LB 6-2 243 30 7 Brigham Young
6 Rocca, Sav P 6-5 263 40 7 Lakeside

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