Mason Foster

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Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 250
Born:
College: Washington
Birth Place: Seaside, California
Draft: 2011 3rd round (20th pick) by the
  • Redskins 2017 OTAs to-do list: Plenty for running backs to work on
    CSN Mid-Atlantic

    Redskins 2017 OTAs to-do list: Plenty for running backs to work on

    Free agency is done. The draft is history. Rookie minicamp is in the rearview and the 90-man offseason roster has been filled out. Now comes the difficult part for Jay Gruden and his staff: putting it all together. With OTAs set to begin on Tuesday, Redskins Insiders JP Finlay and Rich Tandler will examine top priorities on Gruden’s to-do list as he prepares the team for training camp in Richmond later this summer. Up today … Nose tackle Finlay: There's a lot to do on the Redskins defensive line, and it starts in the middle. Expect free agent addition Stacy McGee to have a big opportunity to take over the nose tackle job. McGee ranked as a +5.5 run defender last season as rated by Pro Football

  • Packers preview: Aaron Rodgers and Co. primed for fresh playoff charge
    USA Today

    Packers preview: Aaron Rodgers and Co. primed for fresh playoff charge

    Training camps are still in the distance, but USA TODAY Sports is providing five things you need to know about every team in the NFL to catch you up on the offseason. Today, the Green Bay Packers ... 1. Aaron Rodgers is still Aaron Rodgers He proved it as the Packers ran the table after a 4-6 start in 2016, at one point throwing a career-best 318 consecutive passes without an interception (and 24 touchdowns) on the way to the NFC Championship Game. At age 33, Rodgers keeps himself in excellent shape, remains at the height of his powers and gives Green Bay a chance every time he steps on the field. He has a new toy to play with, too — tight end Martellus Bennett, who replaces Jared Cook as the

  • A Closer Look At Jeremy Sprinkle With Arkansas Fight
    Hogs Haven

    A Closer Look At Jeremy Sprinkle With Arkansas Fight

    I got in touch with several writers on the college football blogs. I wanted to get their thoughts on the Redskins newest draft picks and ask a few more revealing questions about how these players fit on the team and their chances of making an impact either immediately or down the line. The first to respond was Eric Harris of Arkansas Fight regarding new Redskin TE Jeremy Sprinkle. Cadillactica: Could you give us your impression of what the Arkansas coaches thought of Sprinkle while at Arkansas? Eric Harris: Sprinkle was a four-year guy who improved every season. He started out behind Hunter Henry (Now with the Chargers) and did a very good job filling the role after he graduated. He's a very