Answers to the most pressing questions on fans' minds after the loss to the Lions.
Twenty-seven Redskins players met with high-ranking police officials in the D.C. area Monday to tackle a national issue.
Redskins coach doesn’t fault defensive leaders for questioning defensive play-call on Detroit’s game-winning touchdown.
Public grievances are result of frustrations over results, not sign of internal fissures, players say.
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The latest on the injuries to three of Washington's most important players.
Redskins receive good news on their left tackle, who might be available to travel to London and face the Bengals.
The Redskins have only themselves to blame for Sunday's costly loss to the Lions.
Players criticized Washington's tactics on the final drive, but an examination reveals that credit probably should go to Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford for making plays in spite of well-played defense.
The wide receivers shrugged off their lack of involvement and said that game planning, rather than the defense, played the biggest role in slowing them.
Kirk Cousins shines in front of family and friends in his first NFL start at Ford Field.
Washington's top cornerback and tackle each left Sunday's game with injuries.