Redskins face “tough cuts” at running back, new coach Jay Gruden says.
The Washington Post's editorial board said it will no longer use the NFL team's nickname, but the policy doesn't apply to news stories.
Redskins pay tribute to leaders on and off the field during Welcome Home Luncheon
The preseason rolls on for the Washington Redskins, and on Saturday, they face the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium in a game that for the starters will likely serve as the final dress rehearsal for the regular season.
At 6 feet, 6 inches tall and 314 pounds, Morgan Moses has the size and strength needed to play offensive tackle in the NFL. But the biggest lesson Washington’s third-round pick out of UVA had to learn this past offseason and training camp involved the need to play with strong technique and fundamentals and not just rely on his size and strength.
NFL players often can sense improvements in their own games because of a subtle feeling while in the heat of battle. Redskins rookie cornerback Bashaud Breeland got that feeling during Monday’s preseason game with the Cleveland Browns, and believes it will come a lot more often.
Some Redskins updates prior to Saturday's game in Baltimore.
Despite receiving criticism for his Twitter game, Griffin says it doesn't detract from him playing the actual game.
Second-year running back Chris Thompson took part in a second day of limited practices and remains uncertain for Washington's preseason game.
In wake of two false start penalties called on RGIII, Coach Jay Gruden -- a former QB himself -- demonstrates challenge of shouting a hard count without moving.