With downpour forecast for Sunday’s game, Redskins practiced in rain, with ball security in mind.
“Weirder things have happened,” Jay Gruden says, keeping open chance of DeSean Jackson returning for Eagles game.
There are three linemen expected to start for Washington with less than 10 starts between them, which heightens the importance of center Kory Lichtensteiger’s leadership.
Philadelphia's coach has no more idea what time the game at FedEx Field will kick off than we do.
The cornerback was unable to practice as he continues to nurse an injured leg, and the wide receiver remains out with a strained hamstring.
It’s still unknown if, or when, Hurricane Joaquin will directly hit the D.C. area, but the expected rain and wind will likely impact the Redskins' divisional home game on Sunday.
Washington has lost nine special teamers to injuries, and because of poor drafts, there aren't many others in the pipeline to replace them.
The league is considering what it will do if Sunday at 1 p.m. is not the best time to play a game at FedEx Field. Players weren't eager to play in bad weather.
Citing gradual improvement, Redskins Coach Jay Gruden reiterates his confidence in his starting quarterback.
Rookie who started training camp as a wide receiver was promoted from the practice squad on Tuesday as a cornerback.