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Quarterback’s decision-making could use improving beyond the pocket, and Redskins have mentors in place.
Speaking for the first time since he cut a handful of recently drafted players, coach stresses competition.
The Redskins filled out their 10-man practice squad on Monday by bringing rookie safety Akeem Davis back into the fold, and by signing linebacker Chaz Sutton.
Jay Gruden and his fellow Redskins talent evaluators came to the conclusion that Silas Redd was the most well-rounded of the running backs on the bubble.
Broncos QB attempting to build on last season’s record-setting exploits while also rebounding from an ugly Super Bowl performance. How many superlative seasons does he have left?
Robert Griffin III described Baylor University’s unveiling of a statue of him as “really cool.”
It’s fair to say the Cowboys owner and their former coach aren’t warming to one another.
Defensive lineman says he’s “a good-hearted person.“
The Redskins got back to work Monday and began laying the groundwork for Sunday’s regular season opener at Houston.
Football season is nigh, and the New England veteran says he’s ready to go after recovering from ACL surgery.
Quarterback’s 46.0 preseason passer rating ranks 54th among 58 NFC QBs who took snaps.
After featuring some duplicate numbers on their preseason roster, the Redskins have reassigned numbers to a few players now that the ranks have thinned out.
Things ramp up this week. The energy level increases, as does the sense of urgency. The studying of opponents, game-planning and strategizing all begins.
The Washington Redskins have no immediate plans to sign rookie running back Lache Seastrunk to their practice squad, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.
After claiming Denver SS Ihenacho from waivers, Redskins sign RB Chris Thompson, seven others to practice squad.
The Redskins claimed Denver Broncos strong safety Duke Ihenacho off waivers, a potential assist while Brandon Meriweather is suspended.
Defensive end waits to see whether some team -- maybe St. Louis? -- will sign him to its practice squad.
New England reportedly was talking with the Dallas Cowboys and Buffalo Bills, too.
Quarterbacks praise wide receiver who compensates for lack of breakaway speed with consistency and precision.
Arrest is first since NFL enacted tough new rules in the wake of the firestorm over Ray Rice’s punishment.
FOOTBALL INSIDER | The Redskins finalized their 53-man roster, making 14 moves to reach the league limit.
Three undrafted college free agents make the Redskins final 53-man roster, including some surprises.
Offensive lineman Maurice Hurt was one of the last cuts; wide receiver Leonard Hankerson and defensive end Stephen Bowen go on the PUP list.
The defensive end failed to make the Rams’ season-opening roster but he probably will have an NFL job soon, whether it’s on another team’s roster or back in St. Louis on the practice squad.
Redskins strong safety Brandon Meriweather will indeed serve his two-game suspension for an illegal hit to the head of Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith.
Could the veteran quarterback, who moped his way off the Cowboys, become EJ Manuel’s replacement in Buffalo?
Redskins’ kicking competition went down to wire, with seventh-round pick’s final miss costing him the job.
Defensive backs Phillip Thomas and Chase Minnifield, linebacker Everette Brown, kicker Zach Hocker and backs Evan Royster, Lache Seastrunk and Chris Thompson among those released.
The Washington Redskins resumed roster cuts on Saturday morning, releasing running backs Evan Royster, Lache Seastrunk and Chris Thompson.
With more than 1,100 games under Ryan Zimmerman’s big league belt, how does the Nationals star prepare for 162 games in 182 days?
Inside the season with the nation’s top-rated football prospect, Woodbridge’s Da’Shawn Hand.
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