Jay Gruden and Robert Griffin III are at loggerheads, and some think Griffin’s days in D.C. are numbered.
Redskins rookie coach didn’t create a too-casual locker-room culture, but he’s the one who needs to fix it.
A year after finishing 3-13, and two games after looking good at Dallas, Washington is back to being a mess.
Bruce Allen’s first season in charge of the Redskins’ roster demonstrates one thing clearly: He needs help.
COLUMN | Locker room incident said more about Redskins’ leadership void than it did about Robert Griffin III’s popularity.
Quarterback’s return was a pleasant surprise on many counts, but he failed to lead the team to victory.
COLUMN | As Robert Griffin III returns from injury, Redskins Coach Jay Gruden should ask his quarterback to use his legs more often instead of trying to turn him into a pocket passer.
Don’t rush the QB back to face a good Vikings defense when he can take on the Bucs after the bye.
The Redskins are far from fixed, but Coach Jay Gruden shows he’s not afraid to tinker with new parts.
Colt McCoy makes the most of his opportunity in his first start for the Redskins, leading Washington to an overtime victory against the Cowboys.