Redskins Coach Jay Gruden wants to see precision, accuracy and sound decisions from Robert Griffin III against 49ers’ pass rush
Washington will tap defensive-line depth to cover for Chris Baker against San Francisco; rookie Morgan Moses girding for start if LT Trent Williams can’t play
By Liz Clarke
The Washington Redskins on Sunday take on the San Francisco 49ers at 4:25 p.m. at Levi’s Stadium.
Robert Griffin III has some specific areas of concern: Timing, how long he holds the ball, footwork and a willingness to let it go.
Wide receiver DeSean Jackson says quote was directed at whoever felt it was directed at them, and that the best way to deal with criticism is to play well.
The Redskins defense this week on Sunday will receive a tough challenge in San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who has the ability to hurt them both running and passing.
After being held out of Wednesday's practice in accordance with the league protocol for monitoring concussions, left guard Shawn Lauvao returned to the field in a limited capacity on Thursday.
We ask readers who they think the starting quarterback will be to start next season.
With a sprained knee and ankle, Trent Williams ‘faces a long road’ to play Sunday at San Francisco, Gruden says
Hall of fame quarterback Steve Young this week during a radio interview said that Robert Griffin III's former coaches have told him that a lot of the third-year pro's struggles can be attributed to sub-par work ethic when it comes to perfecting his craft.