Mike Jones and Jason Reid preview tonight's game in less than two and half minutes.
One of the most important jobs on special teams, place kicker, remains up for grabs. Coach Jay Gruden says it all comes down to tonight.
Rambo says he’s ready to fill in at either safety position, in light of Meriweather suspension
The Redskins on Thursday play their final preseason game, and for many, it’s crunch time. Team officials will use Thursday’s performances to help make roster decisions.
Mike Jones provides a rare Wednesday mailbag, answering readers' questions about Robert Griffin III's presence in the locker room, surprise players to make the roster and be cut, and what Sean McVay actually does.
Redskins one of several on staff who worked previously for Tampa Bay, where Washington faces its final regular-season tuneup.
Brandon Meriweather’s impending two-game suspension has created the opportunity for second-year pro Bacarri Rambo to further prove himself to coaches. But he’s not the only player that could benefit from the situation.
Second-year safety Phillip Thomas will see noted podiatrist Robert Anderson in hopes of learning the cause of the soreness in his surgically repaired left foot, Redskins coach Jay Gruden said on Tuesday.
The first-year head coach had debated giving his offensive starters a limited amount of snaps Thursday night after seeing them struggle in their first three preseason games.
After missing the last two preseason games with a low-ankle sprain and falling behind in the competition for spots on the depth chart, running back Chris Thompson will play Thursday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and aims to make up for lost time.