As he took the podium for Monday's press conference, Jay Gruden looked as haggard and beaten as we've ever seen him.
Any hope of the Redskins pulling off a late-season surge and posting a .500 record has now been lost. Washington fell to 3-9 with a 49-27 thrashing at the hands of the Indianapolis Colts.
Mike Jones answers readers' questions about Robert Griffin III's return, Brian Orakpo's future contract, front-office failures, and why the running game isn't working.
It's probably not all the general manager's fault, but here's Washington's record since he was hired, their draft picks and the starting lineup from Thursday.
Redskins one of several on staff who worked previously for Tampa Bay, where Washington faces its final regular-season tuneup.
With a full offseason and 10 training camp practices in the books, Redskins GM Bruce Allen sees players buying into new coach Jay Gruden’s way of doing things.
Man who has been piloting the franchise since Mike Shanahan's departure receives a new title.
Bruce Allen writes in letter to Sen. Harry Reid that name is respectful toward Native Americans.
Front-office man had been with Redskins since 2008, overseeing pro personnel moves.
In advance of the preseason opener on Aug. 7, the New England Patriots will visit Redskins camp in Richmond for three days of joint workouts.