One of the factors in the DeSean Jackson’s decision to sign with the Washington Redskins almost certainly was the fact that he will get to face his old team, the Eagles, twice a year.
Cleveland cut former first-round pick quarterback Brandon Weeden last month, even though the move will cost them more than $2 million in dead money.
Redskins fans seemed ready to embrace new defensive lineman Jason Hatcher, even though he comes to Washington from the rival Cowboys.
The Redskins won’t have to face a longtime nemesis when they face the Dallas Cowboys this year.
It's been 25 years since Jerry Jones bought the Dallas Cowboys. The team soared in the 1990s, but in the time since, struggled. Michael Jenkins reflects.