Since the expansion of the NFL playoffs in 1990, no team has rebounded from a 1-5 start to make the playoffs, but first-year coach still has hope
The rookie cornerback remains confident in his ability despite inconsistent play at times.
Redskins’ Robert Griffin III takes limited work in practice for second consecutive day; starting left tackle, free safety upgraded
Redskins defensive coordinator is high on cornerback Bashaud Breeland’s potential; plans to streamline information overload on rookie going forward.
DE Stephen Bowen, WR Leonard Hankerson expected to help the 1-5 Redskins after encouraging return from knee surgeries.
When it comes to the Redskins' struggles getting Alfred Morris going, there isn't one player to blame or cause to pinpoint.
As he watched video of this past Sunday’s game, inside linebacker Will Compton realized two sensations that proved both unusual and familiar at the same time.
Defensive end Stephen Bowen and wide receiver Leonard Hankerson both returned to practice for the first time this season after opening the year on the physically unable to perform list.
Left tackle Trent Williams did not practice for the Redskins on Wednesday, nor did free safety Ryan Clark, cornerback Tracy Porter and linebacker Akeem Jordan.
Quarterback Robert Griffin III went through some practice drills for the first time since dislocating his left ankle in Week 2, but Coach Jay Gruden still won't put a timetable on his return.