The Redskins are starting quarterback Kirk Cousins in place of Robert Griffin III on Sunday in Atlanta.
By Mark Maske and Mike Jones
December 11, 2013
The Washington Redskins on Wednesday will hit the practice fields in preparation for Sunday’s game in Atlanta, but as of Tuesday evening, neither Robert Griffin III nor Kirk Cousins had received indication as to which would start at quarterback, according to people with ties to the organization.
By Mike Jones and Mark Maske
December 10, 2013
A collection of video opinions on what has gone wrong in Washington and why, and what might happen going forward.
The team's embattled coach, Mike Shanahan, said Monday he'd decide by Wednesday whether to sit down Robert Griffin III in favor of Kirk Cousins.
Mike Jones gives definitive answers to fans' questions about whether Mike Shanahan might remain as Redskins head coach, and who might replace him if he is fired.
Coach remains in place Monday but doesn't say if his meeting with Snyder resolved his status.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan said he is considering benching quarterback Robert Griffin III for the remainder of the season.
Second-year quarterback gives endorsement to coach, offensive coordinator even with their tenure seemingly winding down.
Barry Cofield, one of the Redskins' defensive captains, said that Shanahan in his most recent address told his players to keep fighting.
The Redskins coach is expected to meet with members of the news media at 3 p.m. in one of the most anticipated news conferences in a long time.