Gruden not counting veteran CB Hall out

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Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall encounters a crowded defensive backfield as he attempts to return for a 12th season after a ruptured Achilles’ tendon cost him 13 games in 2014.

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Redskins haven’t ruled out re-signing Santana Moss

Redskins haven’t ruled out re-signing Santana Moss

The Redskins haven’t ruled out re-signing wide receiver Santana Moss, but will likely wait to see how next month’s NFL draft plays out before deciding on the 14-year veteran’s future with the franchise.

Jay Gruden sees Matt Cavanaugh as settling force on Redskins coaching staff

Jay Gruden sees Matt Cavanaugh as settling force on Redskins coaching staff

As he reviewed his first season as an NFL head coach and assessed everything from top to bottom, Jay Gruden realized that he had underestimated all of the responsibilities that would fall on his shoulders, and those of offensive coordinator Sean McVay.

Aaron Hernandez’s fiancee recalls ridiculously short conversation about Odin Lloyd’s murder

Aaron Hernandez’s fiancee recalls ridiculously short conversation about Odin Lloyd’s murder

She also denied helping him discard of the alleged murder weapon.

John Fox says Jay Cutler will have to compete for Bears’ starting job

John Fox says Jay Cutler will have to compete for Bears’ starting job

His main competition remains Jimmy Clausen, who started one game last season.

Thompson expected to get the first crack at third-down back duties

Thompson expected to get the first crack at third-down back duties

With Roy Helu Jr. now an Oakland Raider, the Washington Redskins find themselves in need of an effective No. 2 running back.

Kiper: Washington’s interest in Mariota could be genuine, could be attempt to elicit trades

Kiper: Washington’s interest in Mariota could be genuine, could  be attempt to elicit trades

ESPN analyst Mel Kiper says Nebraska’s Randy Gregory cost himself draft position with positive drug test at Combine.

Kansas City stadium worker fired four months after exposing food safety concerns

Kansas City stadium worker fired four months after exposing food safety concerns

Jon Costa went public last November with his concerns about the food stands at Kauffman and Arrowhead stadiums.

A closer look at NFL draft prospect Randy Gregory

A closer look at NFL draft prospect Randy Gregory

Here’s a closer look at why the Nebraska outside linebacker had been coveted at the top of the draft, and why he might fall.

Gruden not counting veteran CB Hall out

Gruden not counting veteran CB Hall out

Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall encounters a crowded defensive backfield as he attempts to return for a 12th season after a ruptured Achilles’ tendon cost him 13 games in 2014.

DeSean Jackson, Art Monk to be honored at Washington Football Legends Scholarship Gala

DeSean Jackson, Art Monk to be honored at Washington Football Legends Scholarship Gala

The current and former Redskins wide receivers will be honored during the seventh annual Washington Football Legends Scholarship Gala.

Jay Gruden: Redskins saw Chris Culliver as one of top cornerbacks on the market

Jay Gruden: Redskins saw Chris Culliver as one of top cornerbacks on the market

Washington’s talent evaluators put the ex-49er at the top of the board, which is why they felt comfortable paying him No. 1-cornerback money in free agency.

Scot McCloughan, in his own words, on Mariota, Griffin and the draft

Even if you’ve read the Redskins GMs’ thoughts before, here’s a chance to hear it from his mouth, via video.

Someone defaced the Sean Taylor graffiti mural at the Brookland Metro station

Someone defaced the Sean Taylor graffiti mural at the Brookland Metro station

Graffiti honored the Redskins safety after his death in 2007.

Eagles Coach Chip Kelly has put himself in line to receive all the credit or all the blame in Philadelphia

Eagles Coach Chip Kelly has put himself in line to receive all the credit or all the blame in Philadelphia

The Eagles coach has the final say over player moves and has done plenty with it this offseason.

Randy Gregory, top NFL prospect, failed a marijuana test at the combine

Randy Gregory, top NFL prospect, failed a marijuana test at the combine

The Nebraska pass-rusher had been linked to the Redskins’ No. 5 pick in many mock drafts, but teams will likely take a dim view of his substance-abuse issues.

Let’s all fist-bump over the news that Leah Still’s cancer is in remission

Bengals lineman Devon Still happily reports the news about his young daughter.

Gruden: Griffin should feel confident

Gruden: Griffin should feel confident

Washington’s coach also says second-year players Trent Murphy, Morgan Moses and Spencer Long could start next season.

Michigan center quits football over concussion concerns

Michigan center quits football over concussion concerns

Jack Miller’s reasons for quitting echo those of Chris Borland, who retired from the NFL after a single season.

Roger Goodell: Decision soon on possible suspension of Greg Hardy

Roger Goodell: Decision soon on possible suspension of Greg Hardy

The defensive end, now with the Cowboys, faces potential discipline under the personal conduct policy.

Jay Gruden seeks confidence, improvement from Robert Griffin III

Jay Gruden seeks confidence, improvement from Robert Griffin III

Redskins head coach said that he and the rest of the coaches and players stand behind the starting quarterback, but doesn’t squash the talk that the team may draft one.

NFL will weigh proposal to alter extra point for 2015

NFL will weigh proposal to alter extra point for 2015

Owners are to consider possible changes at their May meeting and potentially vote on them then.

Gruden: Redskins’ biggest needs might be met by players already on the roster

Gruden: Redskins’ biggest needs might be met by players already on the roster

Washington has not addressed right tackle, right guard, outside linebacker or free safety in free agency. But coach Jay Gruden said each of those voids could be filled by a current Redskin.

London Fletcher says he apologized to Jim Haslett for slamming him in December

London Fletcher says he apologized to Jim Haslett for slamming him in December

Former Redskins linebacker says he let personal frustrations get the best of him.

Vikings not blinking in stare-down with Adrian Peterson, say they won’t trade him

Vikings not blinking in stare-down with Adrian Peterson, say they won’t trade him

Suspended running back remains under contract to the team, giving the Vikings leverage to force him to stay in Minnesota or wait for a trade they want to make.

Jay Gruden feels more settled entering Year 2

Jay Gruden feels more settled entering Year 2

The Redskins coach said that he believes he and his players will see improvements just by being in their second year together.

Scot McCloughan shares insights on Redskins’ free agent signings

Scot McCloughan shares insights on Redskins’ free agent signings

Washington general mananger’s thoughts on the four free agents he signed in March to bolster the defense.

NFL goes gold, adding it to team logos, to celebrate Super Bowl 50

NFL goes gold, adding it to team logos, to celebrate Super Bowl 50

The league knows a thing or two about gold.

Redskins still plan to address offensive line

Redskins still plan to address offensive line

Scot McCloughan says he has a plan, and that the team isn’t done shopping on the free agent market. The draft could also fill some holes.

NFL draft prospect profile: Outside linebacker Vic Beasley

Here’s a closer look at why the Clemson outside linebacker would make a valuable situational rusher alongside Ryan Kerrigan and Trent Murphy.

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