Redskins (0-1) head to Los Angeles (1-0) with a healthy roster, seeking first win.
Getting a win Sunday is extremely important for the Redskins, because the next two weeks feature matchups with a talented Raiders squad at FedEx Field, and a road trip to Kansas City.
Los Angeles won in a rout last week, giving the Redskins a lot to think about as they head to the West Coast.
The former Washington Redskin and two-time NFL all-pro says he was the victim of physical and racial abuse by Brittany Jackson, the mother of his son.
Jordan Reed among those injured as Sunday night showdown with Oakland approaches.
McCoy lists his former Oklahoma teammate among the toughest linemen he's ever faced.
The rookie's rushing exploits at Oklahoma got him drafted; ball security and pass protection will dictate his playing time in Washington.
The Redskins will be seeing a mirror image of their offense when lining up against the Rams Sunday. But the defense has to be careful not to get caught by any trick plays.
Bashaud Breeland has proclaimed this to be his year, and the Redskins cornerback got off to a strong start in the season opener against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Mike Jones offers his top takeaways from Thursday's practice and locker room availability at Redskins Park.
Jay Gruden & Co. will face down former coordinator Sean McVay and star defensive lineman Aaron Donald, who will make his season debut after holding out through Week 1.
Why is it so easy to blame the offensive line when an offense doesn't produce?
Cousins remains extremely grateful to McVay, even as he prepares to play his Rams in Los Angeles on Sunday.