The Redskins will go without running back Chris Thompson, linebacker Darryl Sharpton, defensive end Jason Hatcher and tight end Mike Caussin as they host the Cleveland Browns in their second preseason game.
It’s game day, and that means another chance for the Redskins to display the progress they've made in the past week as they host the Browns at 8 p.m.
The Browns offensive coordinator devised a league-leading passing offense in Houston, and a league-leading rushing offense in Washington.
Redskins-Browns preseason clash also a duel between Gruden and Pettine, rookie NFL coaches with similar backgrounds.
Current Redskins still respect their former coach and third-string quarterback.
One of the biggest changes in the operation of the offense under Jay Gruden involves the coach giving his quarterbacks the green light to make changes at the line depending on the look he receives from the defense.
The Redskins’ defensive players like their chances because their former offensive coordinator, Kyle Shanahan, now leads Johnny Manziel and the Browns.
A tale of the tape of the Redskins' and Browns' quarterbacks heading into Monday's exhibition game between Washington and Cleveland.
Jay Gruden is all in on Robert Griffin III, and the hierarchy in the Redskins’ quarterback room is clear. But Gruden feels strongly about his backups too.
Stephen Bowen agrees to re-work his contract.