Mike Jones answers readers' questions, making sense of Robert Griffin III's injury and fallout, why running backs cut haven't been signed and how Washington and Philadelphia match up.
The Washington Redskins resumed roster cuts on Saturday morning, releasing running backs Evan Royster, Lache Seastrunk and Chris Thompson.
Redd gains big yards, Thompson states case for durability and Seastrunk explodes for 80-yard TD catch in final audition for backup jobs.
The Redskins close out the preseason tonight, and they'll do so with all of their starters, and a number of key backups watching from the sidelines.
Mike Jones provides a rare Wednesday mailbag, answering readers' questions about Robert Griffin III's presence in the locker room, surprise players to make the roster and be cut, and what Sean McVay actually does.
Well, that’s not how you would want to look in your final dress rehearsal for the regular season if you’re Jay Gruden & Co.
The Redskins entered training camp with essentially all of their starting positions determined. But a number of position battles at key positions remain unresolved.
Evan Royster has been a useful role player for Washington, but the team keeps drafting running backs. So to make the roster, he'll have to stand out.
The Redskins promoted rookie running back Jawan Jamison to the 53-man roster to fill the spot vacated by Evan Royster, who suffered a season-ending injury.
The Outsider takes a look at what pieces a potential new coach might have in place.
By Mark Bullock
December 10, 2013