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The Chiefs' star rookie running back leads the NFL in rushing yards.

The Washington wide receiver finally displayed promise that he could offer the it factor that Washington lost when Pierre Garcon and DeSean Jackson left via free agency last spring.

It marks the fourth time Cousins has received the award in his career.

Redskins’ Chris Thompson won’t let family go to Eagles games due to ‘some of the meanest’ fans

Redskins running back says the Eagles might be the best team in the NFL.

Nick Rose will be the Redskins’ 22nd kicker in 24 seasons

The least stable position in Washington sports wobbles again.

D.C. Sports Hall of Fame revises its induction criteria

The new rules ensure that the Hall gradually diversifies away from any perceived Redskins/Nationals/media member bias.

Needing just a yard on fourth down at the Raiders’ 40 yard line with 19 seconds left, Washington elected to punt the ball instead of going for it.

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The Washington Redskins took another step in the right direction as they upset the visiting Raiders 27-10 Sunday night. We discuss a number of the standout moments and performances from that game in this week’s mailbag.

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Sean McVay was detail-oriented, but Gruden proves he's no slouch in that area.

Backup tackle Ty Nsekhe suffered a core muscle injury in Sunday night's game and will see a specialist in Philadelphia. Coach Jay Gruden said that Nsekhe could miss some action because of the injury.

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Washington hasn’t statistically dominated an opponent by such a commanding margin as Sunday since outgaining the Chicago Bears in 1974.

Washington also released an unsigned statement, which makes no mention of Trump but extols football as "great unifier."

The Redskins and owner Daniel Snyder linked arms during the national anthem, with some players taking a knee. Once the game started, Washington earned an impressive victory.

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