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Forebes says 84 percent of adults in Green Bay are Packers fans.
Some Redskins updates prior to Saturday’s game in Baltimore.
Despite receiving criticism for his Twitter game, Griffin says it doesn’t detract from him playing the actual game.
Second-year running back Chris Thompson took part in a second day of limited practices and remains uncertain for Washington’s preseason game.
The cheapest beer at Ford Field is sold at a 765 percent markup compared with Detroit grocery store prices.
Linebacker DeVonte Holloman likely to retire with neck injury.
The Steelers haven’t eclipsed a .500 record in three years, are in one of the worst stretches in franchise history
In wake of two false start penalties called on RGIII, Coach Jay Gruden -- a former QB himself -- demonstrates challenge of shouting a hard count without moving.
Fletcher and Fred Smoot will both join “That Other Pregame Show” this season.
Two games into the preseason, with two more to go, plus two cutdowns coming next week, Mike Jones projects the Redskins’ roster.
From 2011 to 2013, only six quarterbacks fit the bill.
Hall of Famer defended the Redskins nickname in no uncertain terms.
Only one highly drafted wide reciever had any success against Seattle and the Legion of Boom last season.
The NFL’s first openly gay player and his team, the Rams, have successfully quieted a media frenzy and put the focus on football.
A review of the play from cornerback Bashaud Breeland, guard Spencer Long, wide receiver Ryan Grant and running back Silas Redd so far.
The Redskins QB says people have been doubting him since high school.
Le’Veon Bell, LeGarrette Blount could face discipline from the league.
Kickers went 133 for 141 on the 33-yard extra points after missing only five of 1,267 standard extra points during the 2013 regular season.
Impressed with the strides made by second-year safety Bacarri Rambo, cornerback DeAngelo Hall ranks Rambo as the best player on the team this preseason.
If Monday’s game is any indication, the quarterback has learned little from his past. He needs to be smarter about taking hits.
The ex-Buffalo Bills star will undergo more biopsies in the next week to confirm the promising news.
Because Raheem Morris favors off coverage, rules limiting contact on pass play aren’t much of a concern.
Don’t let the fantasy potential of these guys cloud your judgment. The risk is too high to draft these three players.
The Redskins on Wednesday claimed punter Tress Way off of waivers from the Chicago Bears, after cutting Blake Clingan
Running back Chris Thompson practiced in a limited capacity on Wednesday after spending the past 12 days on the sideline. Barry Cofield did not practice at all.
Defensive end Jason Hatcher, who has been recovering from knee surgery, is expected to make his Redskins debut Saturday against Baltimore.
“Other teams hate this guy. Hate him.”
Washington’s emphasis on “off” coverage, rather than press, helping secondary avoid rash of penalities.
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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