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The five sacks allowed against the Panthers came in a variety of ways, with different linemen likely at fault.

Mike Jones answers readers' questions about the team’s struggles on the road, coaching decisions, offensive line play and the absence of burgundy pants.

The hourglass on the defensive back's long career is dripping its final grains of sand.



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LaRon Landry, fresh off of 10-game suspension, gets suspended indefinitely

No word yet on the reason for the new punishment, but the safety had twice been suspended for PEDs.

Chris Cooley says Kirk Cousins has been told he’s not getting benched

Redskins analyst says quarterback could throw five picks and still not get benched.

Redskins’ woeful running game has Clinton Portis joking about a return

Redskins' 14 yards rushing against Panthers is tied for second-fewest in franchise history.

Washington makes roster moves at tight end, where McCoy was active for just two games this season.

“I don’t want us to be perceived as a team that’s looking for excuses to why we lost,” Gruden said Monday. “The referees are not an excuse for us as to why we lost that football game.”

After fumbling against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, rookie running back Matt Jones now leads the league with four.

Josh LeRibeus has had some issues with his snaps and remembering the snap count.

Left tackle and running back both are day-to-day with injuries that knocked them out of Sunday’s loss to the Carolina Panthers.

League backs the officials' call on Washington cornerback, which negated a touchdown.

It probably would be best for everyone if we just move on from Sunday’s game. But, we’re gluttons for punishment, aren’t we?

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