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Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Eagles' picks: Round 6/200 - Brandon Washington, G, 6-3 320, Miami...After thriving inside two years ago, Washington moved outside to tackle last season and struggled, which was a big reason he lasted this long. Eagles plan to move him back inside. - The Sports Xchange
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03/08/15 - G Brandon Washington, exclusive-rights FA update, has the size to play, but has seemed to settle in as good swing backup.
10/30/14 - G/T Brandon Washington was signed by the Rams from their practice squad Wednesday (Oct. 29).
01/03/13 - G Brandon Washington was signed to a contract for 2013 by the Rams.
04/29/12 - A closer look at the Eagles' picks: Round 6/200 - Brandon Washington, G, 6-3 320, Miami...After thriving inside two years ago, Washington moved outside to tackle last season and struggled, which was a big reason he lasted this long. Eagles plan to move him back inside. - The Sports Xchange
04/02/12 - NFL DRAFT SCOUT TOP OFFENSIVE LINEMEN: *Brandon Washington, Miami, 6-3, 320...Washington is a stout, get-it-done lineman who played guard and tackle at Miami and will play inside at the next level. He is one of four siblings raised by his single mother in a tough Miami neighborhood, where he played three years at Edison High then finished on Miami Northwestern's talented national championship team. Rated one of the top preps in the country, Washington needed to attend Milford (N.Y.) Academy to become academically eligible for Miami. He has improved each year and is a brutal blocker on runs, but still needs work to recognize variables presented by various alignments and pass-rush techniques. At Miami, he started 15 games at left guard his first two years and 12 at left tackle last season. He was penalized only eight times in 1,727 offensive snaps. - Frank Cooney, The Sports Xchange
02/23/12 - NFL DRAFT SCOUT PRE-COMBINE TOP 64: 40. *Brandon Washington, OG, Miami, 6-4, 320, 2...Washington is a stout, no-nonsense, get-it-done lineman who played guard and tackle at Miami but will move inside at the next level. He is one of four siblings raised by his single mother in a tough Miami neighborhood, where he first played three years at Edison High then finished on Miami Northwestern's National championship team. Rated one of the top preps in the country, Washington needed to attend Milford (N.Y.) Academy to become academically eligible for Miami. He has improved each year and is a brutal blocker on runs, but still needs work recognizing variables presented by various pass rushers. At Miami he started 15 games at left guard his first two years and 12 at left tackle last season. - Frank Cooney - The Sports Xchange, NFL Draft Scout
01/11/12 - The NFL's Player Association raised some eyebrows back in November with the announcement that it would sponsor a post-season all-star game and invite underclassmen as well as top-ranked senior prospects to participate. In the past, the NFL had generally been unwilling to recognize all-star games that catered to underclassmen for fear that it would be perceived that the game or the league was attempting to push amateur athletes into the professioanl ranks too soon. The changing NFL landscape in which many of the top prospects are underclassmen, however, has led all-star games to consider other alternatives to boost interest. All-star games have toyed with this notion in the past. I attended the East-West Shrine Game practices back in 2004 when that prestigious all-star game allowed Stanford defensive tackle Amon Gordon to participate despite the fact that he was only a junior. While allowing underclassmen to participate may drive better attendance during the game, itself, it also guarantees that no NFL scouts will be attending the practices. NFL personnel are prohibited in attending all-star practices or games in which underclassmen are participating. The fact that scouts won't be on hand to evaluate prospects, however, won't keep the players from participating. Scouts, after all, will get their hands on the practice and game tape, regardless. The NFLPA game, to be held in the Home Depot Center in Carson, California on January 21, is apparently carrying through with their promise to invite underclassmen. On Monday, Miami junior offensive lineman Brandon Washington was among the nine players the NFLPA Game announced on their Facebook page as having accepted an invitations. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
01/10/12 - The NFL has barred scouts from attending a Jan. 21 bowl game organized by the players’ association, upsetting the union. A league rule prohibits team scouts from being at practices or games of a college all-star game that includes underclassmen. The NFLPA Collegiate All-Star game at Carson, Calif., will include underclassmen who have given up their eligibility and declared for the draft. One junior already committed is offensive lineman Brandon Washington of Miami, Fla. “The NFLPA could consider any group boycott as maybe a violation of antitrust laws,” union spokesman George Atallah said Monday. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said he knew of no discussions to amend the rule. The union consulted with the NCAA before setting up the game to ensure it was not violating any eligibility issues. In a letter to the union obtained by The Associated Press, the NCAA said “in this instance … the cost of travel, meals and apparel are permissible expenses related to the NFLPA event.” Reasoning that players who have declared for the draft—the deadline is Jan. 15, with players allowed to withdraw their names until Jan. 18—have given up their eligibility, the union decided to invite them to its game. “Typically, the NCAA doesn’t approve or endorse events such as these,” NCAA spokesman Christopher Radford said. “However, the NFLPA did reach out to discuss NCAA rules impacting eligibility prior to sending invitations out for this all-star event.” The game will be televised by NBC Sports Network. - AP Sports