Before they can even position themselves for success, the Redskins have a number of issues to resolve. Mike Jones lists five of them.
Despite turnovers, penalties and lack of big plays, Redskins Coach Jay Gruden liked his players’ effort in 45-14 loss to Giants.
Washington tight end is eager to return to the game he loves after concussion suffered against Giants, even given the apparent dangers.
As they welcome the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks to town, the Redskins on Monday will face a team that shines under the brightest lights.
As they come off of one nationally televised game and prepare for another, Washington hopes to end a long run of embarrassments under the lights.
Left tackle Trent Williams says although it looks like a mismatch, he and his teammates are fully capable of rebounding from last Thursday’s defeat to beat Seattle.
Sidelined since his Week 1 hamstring strain, tight end Jordan Reed returned to practice Tuesday morning and hopes to play Monday night.
Coaches didn’t ease the Redskins back into action, or start preparing for the Seahawks. Instead, they cracked the whip, and took a look at themselves.
The Redskins got back to work today after a four-day period to heal up (physically and mentally) from their blowout loss to the New York Giants last Thursday.
The Redskins announced Tuesday morning that they have re-signed nose tackle Robert Thomas to their practice squad three days after releasing him from the 53-man roster.