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As some coaches, players opt out, Niles Paul and Darrel Young make a case for the league's optional practices.

Redskins players said they believed they had 100 percent attendance for the start off offseason workouts, and took that as an encouraging sign.

As 4-12 Redskins clear out, fullback asks, ‘Are we trying to be football players, or are we trying to make money?'

The Washington Redskins close out the season today with a 1 p.m. game at FedEx Field against the Dallas Cowboys.

Jay Gruden was understandably upbeat and proud of Washington's effort in his postgame press conference Saturday evening.

Ryan Kerrigan and DeSean Jackson are among the Washington players who could hit milestones against the Giants.

For his frequent work in the community, the Redskins have selected fullback Darrel Young as their 2014 Walter Payton Man of the Year.

"I feel for him," fullback Darrel Young says. "I know what type of guy he is."

Fullback Darrel Young says Redskins “forgot to have fun” en route to 3-6 start

Robert Griffin III and Barry Cofield addressed the media during back-to-back podium sessions and discussed the state of the team, and the upcoming game.

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