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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....
Mile High Report Mar 15, 2015

No More Room For Leftovers

A dissertation on why letting former defensive tackle Terrance Knighton leave in free agency was the right move for the Broncos - now and moving forward. Terrance Knighton signed a one-year, $4 million contract to join the Washington Redskins on Thursday. It's a team -friendly deal, with earnings potential based on Pot Roast keeping his weight in check over the course of the season. Despite being considered a team leader and quality locker room figure respected by his teammates, those in charge decided there was no more room for leftovers in Denver. Mission #PotRoastToDC accomplished. DL...
CSN Washington Mar 15, 2015

Knighton’s Redskins contract gives him plenty of incentive

It looks like new Redskins nose tackle Terrance Knighton, a very large man, has placed a sizeable bet on himself.
CSN Washington Mar 13, 2015

Terrance 'Pot Roast' Knighton explains his nickname

So, how did Terrance Knighton get his nickname? Glad you asked.
Washington Post Mar 13, 2015

DC Sports Bog: Why Chris Baker helped recruit Terrance Knighton to the Redskins

You don’t often see NFL players celebrate when their team signs a high-profile free agent who plays their exact position.The Chris Baker-Terrance Knighton situation was different. Baker openly campaigned for the team to sign the ex-Broncos nose tackle. He helped recruit Knighton while the free agent was in town to serve as the best man in Baker’s wedding. And he was overjoyed when the deal was finalized this week.Read full article >>
Washington Post Mar 13, 2015

Redskins Blog: A closer look at new Redskins nose tackle Terrance Knighton

With the signing of Terrance Knighton, the Redskins are adding more talent and depth to the defensive line. Knighton is a prototypical 3-4 nose tackle at 6 feet 3, 331 pounds. He’s a penetrating run defender, meaning he fits the Redskins‘ projected switch to more of a one-gap scheme.Read full article >>
Mile High Report Mar 12, 2015

Terrence "Pot Roast" Knighton to sign 1 year, 4 million deal with Washington Redskins

WOW DT Terrance Knighton just told me "I am going to sign a 1-yr deal with Washington for $4M." — Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) March 12, 2015 It’s one-year for $4M for the Redskins and Terrance Knighton. Tough market, good deal considering. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 12, 2015 Steps on Soapbox I said all season the man was a leader. I said he was the biggest reason for our success in run defense. I said you must pay that man his money, he's earned it....PAY THAT MAN 5 MILLION A YEAR!!! Falls off Laughing Now I thought that was a good deal for a man who plays 50% of...
Washington Post Mar 12, 2015

Redskins Blog: Redskins sign Terrance ‘Pot Roast’ Knighton to further upgrade D-line

The Washington Redskins continued their efforts to upgrade their defensive line, finalizing a contract agreement with former Denver Broncos nose tackle Terrance Knighton, two people with knowledge of the situation confirmed.Read full article >>
Denver Post Mar 12, 2015
Terrance Knighton agrees to one-year, $4M deal with Washington

Terrance Knighton agrees to one-year, $4M deal with Washington

Defensive tackle Terrance Knighton has agreed to a one-year, $4 million contract with the Washington Redskins that includes a $2 million signing bonus, an NFL source confirmed.
Hogs Haven Mar 12, 2015

Washington Redskins: Reportedly Land Knighton, Host Culliver

The Washington Redskins rumors have picked up on the third day of free agency, where new GM Scot McCloughan looks to snag some bargains. The Washington Redskins have reportedly continued their over-haul of the defensive line, signing former Broncos nose tackle Terrance Knighton, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The #Redskins will continue to beef up their front line. Source says Terrance Knighton is expected to sign with #Redskins. #PotRoast2DC — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 12, 2015 By adding Paea and Knighton, the Redskins have added some serious assets to their...
Denver Post Mar 12, 2015

Terrance Knighton's visit with Washington goes well

Terrance Knighton visited the Redskins on Wednesday night. (Joe Amon, The Denver Post)With the first wave of free agents off the board, clarity is emerging for the next tier.

Terrance Knighton's visit with Washington goes well

Terrance Knighton's visit goes well with the Redskins. Knighton is assessing his options on the free agent market.
Baltimore Beatdown Mar 12, 2015

Report: Ravens are interested in defensive tackle Terrance Knighton

The Baltimore Sun reports that the Ravens are looking at Knighton. The Ravens are interested in the one they call "Pot Roast." According to The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson, the Ravens are among the suitors for former Broncos defensive tackle Terrance Knighton. However, the report gives some cause for hesitation as Knighton's asking price has been rather high early in free agency. The Ravens are currently at $9.8 million under the salary cap at the moment. The Redskins, Colts, Patriots, Seahawks and Raiders have also been linked to Knighton since he became a free agent. There is a need...
Baltimore Sun Mar 12, 2015

Ravens have displayed interest in Terrance 'Pot Roast' Knighton, sources say

The Ravens are among several NFL teams displaying interest in massive former Denver Broncos defensive tackle Terrance "Pot Roast" Knighton, according to league sources.

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