Gruden on Griffin: "Physical condition is not an issue. Mental condition, we feel is excellent."
First-year NFL coach hopes every player returns with 'chip on shoulder' and zeal to compete as Redskins try to rebound from 3-13 season
Mike Jones answers readers' questions in his final pre-training camp mailbag, discussing Jay Gruden’s previous successes, wide receivers, trick plays and waiver procedures.
As the Redskins' first day of training camp approaches, Mike Jones goes over key areas to monitor on offense.
If the way the Redskins new coach used Jermaine Gresham in Cincinnati is any indication, Jordan Reed will line up in different spots, and affect the defense even when he isn't catching the ball.
Sheil Kapadia of Birds 24/7 joins The Insider to talk about the division rival that let DeSean Jackson leave for Washington, and the commonalities between the teams who will meet in Week 3.
Jay Gruden and Sean McVay appear to be willing to let Robert Griffin III call line protections and change plays. Mark Bullock explains how that can help.
New coach Jay Gruden expressed encouragement over the way the Redskins have come together, the enthusiasm his players have displayed, and the progress they have made in the last three months.
The third-year quarterback still has more work to do. But he says can tell he has made significant improvements.
Coach Jay Gruden cancelled the final day of minicamp practices as a reward to his players for the work they have put in this offseason.