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Several offensive linemen were uncharacteristically shaky, but Alabama rookies Jonathan Allen and Ryan Anderson impressed.

Backup quarterbacks seldom see time to shine during the regular season, which makes disappointing preseason performances all the more painful.

Neither player discussed his injury after the game, and it's unclear how serious either injury is.

Phil Taylor Sr., with deep Redskins roots, now hopes to revive his career in burgundy and gold

When the Prince George's County kid was out on the grass at FedEx Field Saturday night, playing 10 minutes from his home, in a stadium where his dad often worked, for the team he grew up loving, it wasn't an ordinary homecoming.

NFL’s Bennett brothers show two sides of activism. For Martellus Bennett, that’s political cartooning.

While his brother Michael Bennett of the Seahawks sat during the national anthem, the Packers tight end explained the message behind his political cartoon.

First-team problems: Redskins offense still has a long way to go

ANALYSIS | Washington’s first-teamers struggle to find an offensive rhythm against the Packers and remain a cause for concern for the Redskins.

  • Analysis

Kirk Cousins and Co. did little to move the ball during two series on the field, while linebacker Trent Murphy exited with a knee sprain.

As a player-turned-coach, former Redskins tackle Joe Jacoby is learning from offensive line coach Bill Callahan.

The pressure to produce is still there, but the Redskins quarterback feels more equipped to deal with it.

Washington will get its first look at how the new additions on defense are blending in.

Josh Doctson and Jamison Crowder are one of six players Jay Gruden ruled out on Thursday against the Baltimore Ravens.

For the Redskins' highest-paid defensive player, there is always more work to be done.

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The fourth-year cornerback continues to seek the right kind of balance necessary to succeed on the field for the Redskins.

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