The Ex-Redskins coach pops up as two of his former protege quarterbacks struggle.
Jay Gruden was losing games and the locker room, so he benched the quarterback, marking a swift fall for the 2012 rookie of the year.
Mike Jones answers reader questions about the depth of various positions, position battles and expectations for the coming season. We also look back at why the Shanahan era ended.
The Redskins' new coach makes it extra clear that he isn't going to force read option on his quarterback or opposing defenses.
Now four months removed from a nightmare of a second season in the NFL, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III feels an overwhelming sense of freedom, both mentally and physically. He also says he has rediscovered his identity.
In an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink type of mailbag, Mike Jones answers reader questions on a promising cornerback, a yet-to-be-released pass rusher, the former coach and the media types at Redskins Park.
Mike Jones answers readers' questions as the Redskins try to fill out a coaching staff and reshape the roster to Jay Gruden’s liking.
Well, the 2013 campaign is finally in the books, Mike Shanahan is out, and Bruce Allen is on the case, looking to put this franchise on the winning track, once again.
Redskins players regret that they weren't able to save Mike Shanahan’s job, and their season.
That power formerly belonged to Mike Shanahan, who was fired Monday as the team's coach.