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It’s rare in today’s NFL for a team to give a QB time to develop, and Washington, with its history at the position, is not likely to be an exception.
With downpour forecast for Sunday’s game, Redskins practiced in rain, with ball security in mind.
“Weirder things have happened,” Jay Gruden says, keeping open chance of DeSean Jackson returning for Eagles game.
Citing gradual improvement, Redskins Coach Jay Gruden reiterates his confidence in his starting quarterback.
Chip Kelly explains how Eagles’ corners-turned-safeties help in coverage.
Coach says decision-making, rather than mechanics, remains the challenge for Washington’s starting quarterback.
Years of losing bred a frail pysche, and Washington now needs someone to emerge when adversity hits.
Veteran cornerback could face surgery on sprained toe, dealing defensive backfield another blow.
Washington is unable to establish its game plan and falls to 1-2 with a loss to Eli Manning and New York.
Starting inside linebacker is unable to go, leaving just three available for Thursday night’s game.