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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, the NFL announced Saturday afternoon.
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.
The Washington Redskins resumed roster cuts on Saturday morning, releasing running backs Evan Royster, Lache Seastrunk and Chris Thompson.
The Rams have just five more mandatory cuts to make by Saturday afternoon, and would-be history-making rookie will be sweating it out.
The star linebacker, who violated league policies on substance abuse and personal conduct, adds to San Francisco’s defensive personnel issues.
Liz Clarke and Mike Jones
As Redskins Coach Jay Gruden makes his final roster cuts, running backs present difficult decisions.
Release of punter Robert Malone ranked as the most surprising move so far.
The Redskins on Friday afternoon began cutting players as they work to slash the roster from 75 to 53 players by the league’s 4 p.m. deadline on Saturday.
Are we overvaluing Turner’s effect and being too optimistic with Patterson’s projections?
Manning also ranked the New York Giants’ centers from best to worst based on odor. #Internet
Below-average quarterbacks who do not improve in year three have a limited future in the NFL
One brother predicted the other brother calling ‘Dusty.’
Redd gains big yards, Thompson states case for durability and Seastrunk explodes for 80-yard TD catch in final audition for backup jobs.
Another preseason game, another ad about the team name.
Redskins rookie said he could feel his late grandmother running with him on 80-yard score.
The toughest decisions are going to be at safety and running back.
He’s no Uncle Drew.
Keith McMillan and Mike Jones
We built a 14-question quiz so you can play Washington GM.
Not much matters during the exhibition season but there were a few things, from penalties to the play of Robert Griffin III, that should cause some honest-to-goodness fretting.
Heading into the 2014 season, linebackers Ryan Kerrigan and Brian Orakpo will have to live up to expectations to help Washington be more consistent on that side of the ball.
The rookie place kicker entered the preseason finale looking to remain perfect on field goal attempts in his competition with Kai Forbath.
Neild believed to have torn ACL
Playing with abandon on special teams and at safety, undrafted free agent might have earned roster spot.
Colt McCoy throws for 321 yards, two scores as Washington’s third-stringers prove better than Tampa Bay’s.
The best and worst moments from Thursday’s preseason finale at Tampa Bay.
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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