In 2013, Mike Shanahan gushed over all the hidden gems that the Washington Redskins had found. Today, only two remain on the 53-man roster.
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.
Washington waived second-year safety Bacarri Rambo to make room on the roster for Brandon Meriweather, whom the NFL just reinstated after a two-game suspension.
Running back Alfred Morris surpassed the 3,000-yard mark on Sunday, reaching the milestone faster than any other player in Redskins history.
Coach says quarterback’s prognosis is still uncertain.
Safety Ryan Clark said that he and his teammates feel for their fallen quarterback, but that they must continue to proceed with business as usual.
Positive news for the Redskins quarterback.
What a day it was at FedEx Field on Sunday: an extremely rare blowout victory for the Washington Redskins, but another tragic injury for Robert Griffin III, and continued doubts about the future of the franchise’s most important position.
The Jacksonville victory should be a building point, Redskins leaders said, not a source of satisfaction.
Severity of Griffin’s ankle injury, timetable for his return dependent on whether he broke bones, tore major ligaments, specialists say.