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As they watched their priority offensive line free agent signing of the year participate in offseason practices, Jay Gruden and his assistants had real concerns.
Redskins players carry a cooler of health drinks or hire chefs, perfecting the art of extending their careers.
Preseason drills will take a back seat to live action in spirited battles third-down running back, second string offensive line and wide receiver.
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Commissioner Roger Goodell, league have come under heavy criticism after last week’s decision to suspend the Baltimore Ravens running back for two games.
New Redskins Coach Jay Gruden will keep the zone-read option, even if he doesn’t use it very much in games.
The Redskins have waived injured cornerback Courtney Bridget Jr., who will need shoulder surgery, coach Jay Gruden said.
After the fireworks from Monday’s full-pad practice, it was hard for the players to recapture that type of intensity. But they all said it felt good to get back to work, and they liked what they got accomplished.
During a portion of the 11-on-11 action in Wednesday’s practice, the version of 2012 Robert Griffin III resurfaced.
Fans say the darndest things.
RedskinsFacts.com ads have made appearances in Richmond.
The Redskins have signed defensive end Jake McDonough to a contract, his agent, Glen Lansky said Wednesday afternoon.
Minnesota’s system is almost tailor-made for Bridgewater’s ability to complete a high volume of short and intermediate passes
DeMarcus Lawrence will have foot surgery, will be out at least eight weeks.
The Redskins Pro Bowler says he could have played tight end or outside linebacker, but his teammates like him right where he is -- at left tackle, protecting Robert Griffin III’s blind side.
Redskins fans can join ‘standby’ line for tickets to Fan Appreciation Day and joint practices with Patriots
Sure, it’s kind of cliched to use a photo of a Super Bowl ring, but it is effective.
Redskins franchise left tackle talks about training with one of the NFL’s biggest stars.
After adjusting for defensive scheme and responsibilities, it is clear Peterson justifies top dollar over Richard Sherman.
The Post Sports Live crew explains why no major news out of training camp is good for the Redskins, coming off of a 3-13 season.
Add Joe Haden and Darrelle Revis in the conversation, too.
The best and worst wide receiver values for the upcoming fantasy football season.
Former U-Va. offensive tackle and Richmond native threw a slider down and in.
The league already is in the most passing-friendly era in its history but defensive backs still will be watched closely, along with receivers who push off for catches.
Second-year pro Phillip Thomas isn’t expected to start, but he’s healthy and confident now, and hopes to make it interesting for Redskins coaches.
Robinson may be slotted as the team’s starting middle linebacker, stepping into the very large shoes of London Fletcher, who ended his stellar career after the 2013 season.
The Red Devils defeat Inter Milan on penalties, 5-3, after the match finished 0-0 in regulation. The crowd was announced at more than 61,000.
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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