Redskins Coach Jay Gruden wants to see precision, accuracy and sound decisions from Robert Griffin III against 49ers’ pass rush
Washington will tap defensive-line depth to cover for Chris Baker against San Francisco; rookie Morgan Moses girding for start if LT Trent Williams can’t play
Redskins coach says he’s still in the business of winning games and won’t play young players simply to give them experience.
Wide receiver DeSean Jackson says quote was directed at whoever felt it was directed at them, and that the best way to deal with criticism is to play well.
With a sprained knee and ankle, Trent Williams ‘faces a long road’ to play Sunday at San Francisco, Gruden says
Coach apologizes; quarterback offers one-note responses; little appears settled in 3-7 season.
Former Washington Pro Bowl players Brian Mitchell and Tre Johnson feel 3-7 Redskins are overdue in asserting identity.
When it comes to how the quarterback played in the 20-point loss, the coach did not mince words.
After Tampa defensive line’s six-sack performance, defensive end Gerald McCoy points to Robert Griffin III’s tendency to hold onto the ball.
The loss to Tampa Bay highlights the reality that Washington has failed to fix the problems that have bedeviled them all season — turnovers, penalties, red-zone impotence and late-game collapses.