Jay Gruden was understandably upbeat and proud of Washington's effort in his postgame press conference Saturday evening.
Ryan Kerrigan and DeSean Jackson are among the Washington players who could hit milestones against the Giants.
The Washington Redskins’ game against Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on Sunday represents a homecoming of sorts for wide receiver Pierre Garcon.
In 2012, the Redskins relied on a particular run fake and route combination to create big plays for Robert Griffin III. They used it against the 49ers, but many teams have adjusted to it.
Coach Jay Gruden said on Monday that he understands the frustrations that his wide receivers are dealing with.
After season-low 77-yard passing day, Garcon lobbies for better use of wide receivers.
Uncertainty looms over who'll play quarterback in Dallas, but Pierre Garcon said he doesn’t expect the indecision to complicate the wide receivers' preparation.
Mike Jones answers readers' questions about Robert Griffin III's return, Brian Orakpo's future contract, front-office failures, and why the running game isn't working.
Two Redskins players received fines for grabbing the face mask of opponents in last Monday's loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
Washington looked better than they did against the Giants, but another game ended in defeat. Here are five things Mike Jones took away from the loss to Seattle.