Much of the attention of the offseason has centered on Robert Griffin III as he enters what appears to be a make-or-break season. But what about Jay Gruden? Do we really know if he has what it takes to succeed as a head coach in the NFL?
In today’s mailbag, we examine David Amerson’s sophomore slump, take a look back at some history, and of course, talk a little Robert Griffin III.
Despite an apparent demotion, Redskins cornerback is aiming for improved consistency and play-making ability.
The Redskins have officially begun their summer vacation. We’re still here, though, examining this team from top to bottom in the weekly mailbag.
Colt McCoy and Kirk Cousins are competing for the top backup job.
As he headed to the locker room following the final practice of the offseason, the quarterback had a smile on his face and pep in his step.
Wednesday afternoon’s on-field work represented the final session of the offseason for Jay Gruden and his players.
As the team’s offseason work draws to a close, Redskins coach declared a sense of encouragement.
Day 1 of Redskins minicamp now is in the books. Jay Gruden and his charges went through their most extensive work day of the offseason thus far because CBA rules permit more time for walk-throughs, film sessions and practice time.
Duke Ihenacho and Jerson Johnson, who share many common traits and hail from the same area of the country, are competing for the starting strong safety spot in Washington.