Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, safety Ryan Clark have no issues with fracas that erupted during practice this week
In wake of fifth consecutive loss, veteran safety Ryan Clark says it’s time Washington figured out what it does well, and do it
Wide receiver DeSean Jackson and five other Redskins players missed Thursday’s practice with injuries and remain questionable for Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Rams.
Washington’s ailing defensive backfield short-handed, as Brandon Meriweather, Chase Minnifield sit out practice; Ryan Clark, E.J. Biggers limited
On long touchdowns and even on one of their interceptions, Washington's defense seemed to have players duplicating assignments, not knowing the defense called or miscommunicating. Take a look.
Washington’s injury-depleted secondary can ill-afford to lose safety Brandon Meriweather (sprained toe) against St. Louis
After missing last week’s game at San Francisco, Pro Bowl left tackle hopes to return to lineup at Indianapolis on Sunday.
Defensive end Jason Hatcher did not practice on Wednesday because of an injury to his right knee. Meanwhile cornerback E.J. Biggers didn't practice while being monitored for concussion-like symptoms.
Tight end Logan Paulsen was limited in Wednesday's practice because of hamstring and foot injuries. Five others practiced fully despite injuries.
Robert Griffin III appreciated his teammates expressing confidence in him and talking about unity and accountability.