While he still applies the principles he learned during his one-month trial, it’s a difficult lifestyle for an offensive lineman to maintain over the course of a regular season.

  • Analysis

The Redskins got their first win of the season, closed the chapter – for now – on Su’a Cravens, and now are trying to address an extensive injury list to address. It’s been a busy few days.

Despite the intentions of Su'a Cravens, the Redskins never planned to bring him back this week and there was no deal finalized between team officials and the second-year safety’s representatives to do so.

London Fletcher: If I was still in the NFL, I would demonstrate

Former Redskins captain says he heard the president “trying to oppress or silence us."

  • Perspective

Final test for Kirk Cousins: Can he win when the going gets tough?

This season won’t be a smooth ride for Redskins quarterback; he can make a statement by still finding a way.

To Redskins’ o-line coach Bill Callahan, ‘every player is an investment’

Callahan felt the line underperformed against the Eagles in Week 1 but was pleased with how well the offense ran the ball against the Rams last Sunday

  • Analysis

Travel schedule delayed my game review, but here we are – better late than never – with the five top observations from the 27-20 Redskins win.

The team's safety depth could be challenged if Deshazor Everett and Montae Nicholson aren't healthy enough to play against the Oakland Raiders Sunday night.

The 22-year-old safety has officially been placed on the Reserve/Left Squad list, ending his season with Washington. The 2016 second-round draft pick stunned players and coaches earlier this month when he stepped away from the roster, telling the team he was considering retiring.

Long valued by Coach Jay Gruden, the running back played a huge role against the Los Angeles Rams as a running back and receiver.

“It was just another play” for the Washington wide receiver. It was the game-winner for the Redskins.

Running back Rob Kelley and safety Montae Nicholson were among the players that went down and did not return.

The Redskins fly across the country to meet Sean McVay and the Los Angeles Rams in what could be a critical game for Washington's postseason hopes. Yes, even in Week 2.

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