With inside linebacker Perry Riley Jr. still ailing with a knee injury, first-year pro Will Compton gets his second start for Redskins.
DE Stephen Bowen, WR Leonard Hankerson expected to help the 1-5 Redskins after encouraging return from knee surgeries.
Five weeks after straining his hamstring in the season opener, tight end Jordan Reed will return for the Redskins and will start. Meanwhile, starting free safety Ryan Clark will play, but starting inside linebacker Perry Riley will not.
Tight end Jordan Reed is among the players deactivated for Monday night's game, but tackle Trent Williams will go.
Mike Jones answers reader questions about the confusion surrounding Chris Baker's hit on Nick Foles, how teams prepare in a short week and what Kirk Cousins's performance means.
Mike Jones answers readers' questions, making sense of Robert Griffin III's injury and fallout, why running backs cut haven't been signed and how Washington and Philadelphia match up.
For a second consecutive week, Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss is inactive despite being healthy.
By Liz Clarke
Well, that’s not how you would want to look in your final dress rehearsal for the regular season if you’re Jay Gruden & Co.
A review of the play from cornerback Bashaud Breeland, guard Spencer Long, wide receiver Ryan Grant and running back Silas Redd so far.
By Mark Bullock
Here’s a rundown of the positions where veterans could find themselves looking over their shoulder because of the addition draft picks or college free agents: