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.
Washington coach didn't have much explanation for the blown coverages in the secondary, but he did explain his thinking on a missed fourth and one.
Starting cornerback David Amerson will return to lineup Sunday, but E.J. Biggers’ status in doubt as Washington girds for Andrew Luck, Colts’ prolific receivers.
Washington's secondary had its share of issues against Minnesota. Here's why.
Washington moves safety and 2013 draft pick up from practice squad, lets little-used defensive lineman go.
The rookie safety appeared in four games earlier this season, playing almost exclusively on special teams.
Veteran safety finds only confidence lacking, as the team prepares to play 6-1 Cowboys.
Redskins defensive coordinator is high on cornerback Bashaud Breeland’s potential; plans to streamline information overload on rookie going forward.
Redskins veteran safety references 2007 health crisis, in which he had two organs removed, in explaining why he plays each NFL game as if his last
A starter for several seasons in Minnesota, Washington is bringing him on for special-teams help.