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  1. NFL - Either owners acted in collusion or Dallas Cowboys and Wash...

    Dan Graziano

    Either NFL owners acted in collusion, or the Cowboys and Redskins did nothing wrong in the uncapped season, writes Dan Graziano.

    Story | Conversation | June 23, 2014
  2. Big Blue Morning: Division rivals' cap room

    Dan Graziano

    With projections for the 2014 salary cap continuing to rise into the low $130 millions, we have discussed the ways in which the perennially cap-strapped New York Giants could benefit. According to this chart Kevin Seifert put together, the Giants cur...

    Blog | February 27, 2014
  3. Breakfast links: Woke up this morning...

    Dan Graziano

    "You know my feelings. Every day's a gift. It's just... Does it have to be a pair of socks?" -- Tony Soprano Washington Redskins The Redskins still somehow have about $1.4 million in salary-cap space entering the summer break, so if they wanted...

    Blog | June 20, 2013
  4. Are Redskins' secondary additions enough?

    Dan Graziano

    Back for a second to Matt Williamson's offseason NFC grades, let's take a look at the Washington Redskins, whom Matt gave a "C-minus." Matt acknowledges that the Redskins had no first-round pick and some significant salary-cap problems that limited t...

    Blog | June 06, 2013
  5. Breakfast links: It's a world gone RG III

    Dan Graziano

    Hope you guys didn't miss me too much yesterday. I was out buying a wedding gift for a professional football player who's making $7 million a year in salary, plus endorsement money from Adidas and Subway, and didn't invite me to the wedding. Oh no, w...

    Blog | May 21, 2013
  6. How the Redskins can sign their draft picks

    Dan Graziano

    The Washington Redskins have managed, with a couple of exceptions, to hold together the roster of the team that went 10-6 last season and won the NFC East. They have done so in spite of $18 million worth of salary-cap penalties left over from last ye...

    Blog | April 23, 2013
  7. DeAngelo Hall returning to Redskins

    Dan Graziano

    It looks as though the Washington Redskins are serious about not letting their salary cap penalty break up their 2012 division champion team. A few weeks after cutting veteran cornerback DeAngelo Hall for cap reasons, the Redskins have agreed on a de...

    Blog | April 01, 2013
  8. A look at NFC East quarterback costs

    Dan Graziano

    Mike Sando passed this item along, and I thought you might find it interesting. It includes a chart that shows all 32 NFL teams ranked by how much salary cap room they have committed to the quarterback position in 2013. Here's where our division's te...

    Blog | March 27, 2013
  9. John Mara OK with villain status in D.C.

    Dan Graziano

    PHOENIX -- Rich Campbell of The Washington Times asked New York Giants owner John Mara about his status as Public Enemy No. 1 among Washington Redskins fans since the management council (of which he's the chair) imposed $36 million in salary-cap pena...

    Blog | March 20, 2013
  10. NFL tells Redskins: No salary cap relief

    Dan Graziano

    PHOENIX -- If you were hoping, as the Washington Redskins were, that they would come out here to the NFL owners meetings and be able to convince the league to give them back some of the $36 million in salary cap room it took from them last year as a ...

    Blog | March 18, 2013
  11. Breakfast links: Still not Cruz-ing to a deal

    Dan Graziano

    Washington Redskins Mike Wise is of the opinion that the Redskins have themselves to blame for the salary-cap penalties the league imposed on them a year ago. And while I think what the league did was ridiculous and inexcusable, Mike's point is on...

    Blog | March 15, 2013
  12. Lorenzo Alexander leaves the Redskins

    Dan Graziano

    The Washington Redskins have worked very hard, in spite of the salary-cap limitations imposed on them by the league's penalty, to keep together the key pieces of the team that went 10-6 and won the NFC East last season. But they knew all along they w...

    Blog | March 13, 2013
  13. Waiting out the defensive backs market

    Dan Graziano

    The main reason Tuesday night was so quiet in the NFC East in free agency was the relative lack of salary cap space among the division's teams. But another reason was that all four have significant needs in the secondary, and defensive backs aren't r...

    Blog | March 13, 2013
  14. Redskins, Cowboys quiet as expected

    Dan Graziano

    If you were thinking the salary-cap penalties the NFL imposed a year ago on the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Redskins wouldn't have much of an effect, here's your best evidence yet that you need to think again. Three hours into the new league ye...

    Blog | March 12, 2013
  15. Redskins WR Santana Moss takes pay cut

    Dan Graziano

    The Washington Redskins on Tuesday restructured the contract of wide receiver Santana Moss. According to Mike Jones and Mark Maske, the restructure does not add any years onto Moss' contract but instead converts $2 million of his 2013 salary into inc...

    Blog | March 12, 2013
  16. DeAngelo Hall cut a sign of Redskins' times

    Dan Graziano

    The Washington Redskins released cornerback DeAngelo Hall on Monday, a move that saved them $8 million in salary-cap space and will require them to find a new starting cornerback. Hall was one of the Redskins' most polarizing players, his deficien...

    Blog | March 11, 2013