Wide receiver Aldrick Robinson this week signed a one-year extension to remain with the Washington Redskins, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed.
Used sporadically for much of the season, Aldrick Robinson appears to have turned a corner in the final month of the season.
The Outsider takes a look at what pieces a potential new coach might have in place.
There were a few standouts against the Giants, some for good reasons and some for not-so-good ones.
Mark Bullock looks at the different ways the San Francisco defense gave the offense problems, and how defensive players, like Brian Orakpo and Jarvis Jenkins, actually played pretty well.
Although the play was ultimately unsuccessful, Mark Bullock shows how the Redskins used a staple of their offense even after the Broncos wouldn't bite on it at first.
Mike Jones tackles readers' questions on what Washington might do at the trade deadline, why the Redskins abandoned the run and why Aldrick Robinson doesn't return kicks.
Second-year wide receiver Aldrick Robinson took a step toward redemption against Chicago after several weeks of inactivity.
Robert Griffin’s 45-yard, fourth-quarter touchdown pass to Aldrick Robinson actually didn’t take place “just how they drew it up,” both players revealed after the game.
The two fourth-quarter gaffes by the Redskins led to Sunday's loss.