The Redskins on Wednesday claimed punter Tress Way off of waivers from the Chicago Bears, after cutting Blake Clingan
Running back Chris Thompson practiced in a limited capacity on Wednesday after spending the past 12 days on the sideline. Barry Cofield did not practice at all.
Defensive end Jason Hatcher, who has been recovering from knee surgery, is expected to make his Redskins debut Saturday against Baltimore.
Washington's emphasis on “off” coverage, rather than press, helping secondary avoid rash of penalities.
The Redskins have cut first-year punter Blake Clingan, who had battled Robert Malone for the job.
After watching the game with coach Jay Gruden, Griffin saw where he could’ve avoided the dangerous plays.
The running back hoping to earn a role, and fighting off injuries, returns today.
Here are a handful of bullet-point notes from the Washington Redskins' open locker room media availability, starting with the quarterback and the injured players.
Washington's quarterback showed some development in the pocket against Cleveland, but made a few poor choices as well. Mark Bullock returns to take a closer look.
Known for speed, Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson shows he’s not averse to physical contact, flashing his tackling ability against Cleveland.