Redskins Coach Jay Gruden expects backup QBs Colt McCoy, Kirk Cousins to push Robert Griffin III for starting job.
Redskins Coach Jay Gruden likes way the rookie guard feasts on criticism.
At 6-2, 231, rookie RB Matt Jones could herald Redskins’ return to power running game
The Redskins on Saturday wrapped up their second day of rookie minicamp practices, our first look at many of the new players and coaches.
Gruden: Redskins may take only three quarterbacks to camp, following Connor Halliday’s departure.
With three rookie minicamp sessions in the books, Gruden said, "I think overall, they made a good impression on us.”
In the draft, the Redskins wanted to add eventual stars and quality backups, which would improve depth and strengthen the special teams units.
In today’s mailbag, we tackle questions about a number of the new pieces, about the quarterback position, run scheme and a few other matters in between.
During portions of their first season together, Jay Gruden and Robert Griffin III didn't always seem to be on the same page. However, a few weeks into their second offseason together, the two are singing the same tune.
Jay Gruden highlighted rookie's special teams abilities, but Scot McCloughan says that he sees more in store for Crowder.