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Washington Post Mar 30, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Redskins defensive lineman Stephen Paea once ate a 52-ounce steak in one sitting

Stephen Paea is 6 feet 1, 300 pounds and set an NFL Scouting Combine bench press record in 2011 with 49 reps of 225 pounds. Rightfully, a number of the questions for the Redskins defensive lineman during his Reddit AMA on Monday concerned food.Read full article >>
Hogs Haven Mar 18, 2015

2015 NFL Mock Draft: Redskins Roll (Tide) The Dice

In the latest Hogs Haven mock draft, the Redskins take a pro-ready wide receiver. Welcome to my second version of the NFL mock draft!  In this particular mock, the powers that be (Ken) have decided that trade backs are allowed, but I have chosen not to partake in that endeavor as I expect Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan to use the fifth pick in the first round on the best player available.  Free agency started on March 10, and since that time the Redskins have brought on players to help with their defensive line (Ricky Jean Francois, Stephen Paea and Terrance "Pot Roast"...
Washington Post Mar 18, 2015

Redskins Blog: Quiz: How well do you know the newest Redskins?

Washington’s received some pretty decent marks for its judicious start to free agency. The Redskins recently signed free agent defensive linemen Ricky Jean Francois, Stephen Paeaand Terrance Knighton, plus defensive backs Chris Culliver and Jeron Johnson.Read full article >>
Hogs Haven Mar 17, 2015

2015 NFL Mock Draft Roundup: Now 100% Mariota Free!

Pass rushers continue to be the popular pick for the Redskins Top 5 pick How much has free agency changed the mock draft predictions for the Washington Redskins one week later?  Not too much really.  Danny Shelton, the nose tackle from Washington, had been regularly mocked to...Washington for the past month or so by Redskins blog Riggo's Rag, but with the signing of Terrance Knighton, Stephen Paea, and Ricky Jean-Francois, that has shifted over to OLB.  This is where the focus continues to be with more than 82% of the 17 mocks featured this week giving the Redskins an Edge Rusher....
Washington Post Mar 12, 2015

Redskins Blog: Redskins free agency: Where things stand heading into Day 3

Day 2 of NFL free agency came and went without the Washington Redskins adding another piece to the puzzle. The team officially signed defensive lineman Stephen Paea, and otherwise hosted a pair of players of interest.Read full article >>
Washington Post Mar 11, 2015

On Day 2 of NFL free agency, Redskins continue to keep cards close to the vest

At 4:04 p.m. Wednesday, Stephen Paea tweeted, “Thank you Chicago.”One minute later, the defensive lineman tweeted again, “It’s official. I’m a Redskin.”Fortunes change quickly during NFL free agency. With a pen stroke that sealed a deal brokered Tuesday, the 6-foot-1, 300-pound Paea went from a veteran defensive tackle in the Bears’ 4-3 scheme to a pass-rushing interior lineman in the Washington Redskins’ 3-4 scheme. And he shared the news via social media, accompanied by a photo of himself signing the four-year contract worth a reported $21 million at Redskins Park and...
CSN Washington Mar 11, 2015

Get to know new Redskins DT Stephen Paea

New Skins defensive lineman Stephen Paea joined Redskins Nation on Wednesday to talk about why he signed with Washington and how he puts family first.
CSN Washington Mar 11, 2015

Stephen Paea describes his game and what he'll bring to the Redskins

Defensive lineman Stephen Paea is the Redskins' biggest free agent signing to date. On Wednesday, he joined Redskins Nation to describe his game.
CSN Washington Mar 11, 2015

Redskins start free agency on a slow roll

Need to Know: The Redskins finalized a deal with Stephen Paea and stayed active on the phones in what was an uncharacteristically slow start to free agency.
Hogs Haven Mar 10, 2015

Former 49ers CB Perrish Cox Visiting Redskins Tomorrow

The Redskins are bringing in a cornerback for a visit tomorrow after an uneventful first day of free agency. The Redskins had a quiet first day of free agency which has made some fans very happy, and others who have Dan Snydholm Syndrome antsy and worried that the team is missing out on all of the good players.  The Redskins signed former Chicago Bears DT Stephen Paea to a 4 year, $21 million deal, making him the second defensive lineman they have signed.  The Redskins had been looking at right tackles and safeties during the legal tampering window over the weekend, but have not come to...
Washington Post Mar 10, 2015

Redskins Blog: How Stephen Paea could be used in the Redskins’ defense

A check of Stephen Paea’s measurables suggest that although Washington’s newest roster acquisition is big compared to the average person, he’s undersized compared to the traditional nose tackle in the 3-4 defense.Read full article >>
Pride Of Detroit Mar 10, 2015

Lions free agency updates: Kendall Langford, Stephen Paea sign elsewhere

Two of the Detroit Lions' targets at defensive tackle have signed with other teams. The defensive tackle market is really starting to thin out. The Detroit Lions are in a position where they now only need one more starting-caliber defensive tackle after trading for Haloti Ngata, but there aren't exactly a ton of options left out there. Corey Peters is set to join the Arizona Cardinals, for example, and two Lions targets, Kendall Langford and Stephen Paea, are also no longer available. Colts agree to terms with Kendall Langford — Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) March 10, 2015 paea says...
Windy City Gridiron Mar 10, 2015

Chicago Bears Free Agency Updates (Overflow Open Thread)

Open discussion for all things Free Agency related. Here we go with Round 2 of our NFL Free Agency Open Thread. - Brandon Marshall's trade to the New York Jets was finalized today. - The Bears are visiting with Antrel Rolle and could have a contract drawn up as soon as he gets to Halas Hall. - The Detroit Lions traded for DT Haloti Ngata today. - The Packers are reportedly in the running for Darrelle Revis. - Stephen Paea ended up in Washington. Let's keep in mind that the Bears are not just trying to improve their roster, but also are trying to keep pace with the Packers (and to an...
Washington Post Mar 10, 2015

Redskins Blog: A closer look at new Redskins defensive lineman Stephen Paea

With the signing of Stephen Paea, the Redskins are adding some much-needed depth and youth to the defensive line. The 26-year-old Paea joins Chris Baker, Jason Hatcher and newly acquired Ricky Jean-Francois as the foundation of a new Washington defensive line rotation. He will bring an interior pass rush to help take pressure away from Ryan Kerrigan and Trent Murphy on the outside.Read full article >>
Hogs Haven Mar 10, 2015

Redskins Sign DT Stephen Paea to 4 Year Deal, $20 Million Deal

The Redskins reportedly had a deal in place with former Chicago Bears DT Stephen Paea, and now it's official Paea(6'1", 300 lbs, 26 years old) is coming off his best year as a pro, and was credited with 33 tackles, 6 sacks, 2 passes defended and 2 forced fumbles. Pro Football Focus also credits him with 47 pressures which was third most for DT/NT's last year. The #Redskins are signing Stephen Paea more than $5M over 4 years — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 10, 2015 Ex-#Bears DT Stephen Paea gets $21M for 4 years and $15M guaranteed from #Redskins. Great deal for him; not worth...

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