Mark F. Pierce
OffseasonJuly 6th, 20131 month to go.
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Editorial By Mark Pierce If one considers the absolute audacity of today’s decision by arbitrator Stephen Burbank to dismiss the challenge of the Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys to salary caps imposed by the league, one must accept that no … Continue reading
By Mark Pierce Because of the CBA signed last year following the lockout, rookie draft picks are signing with teams at a record rate this year. There simply isn’t a lot to debate about. All rookie draft picks are signed … Continue reading
Mike Jones at the Washington Post, Shae Cronin at Bleacher Report, and the ubiquitous Rich Tandler, from csnwashington.com, all had great pieces on the ‘Skins today. Collectively, these guys provide an incisive point of view about where the Redskins are heading in … Continue reading
By Mark Pierce Media talking heads are paid to talk. That can be unfortunate. Such was the case when the Washington Redskins chose Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins in the fourth round of this year’s draft. Redskins coach Mike Shanahan and … Continue reading
by Mark F. Pierce The Washington Redskins released the schedule for the 2012 mini-camps and OTA’s on Friday. Under the new collective bargaining agreement, the number of organized team activities have been reduced from fourteen to ten while the offseason … Continue reading