Washington’s newfound depth and versatility were on display in Week 2, but Oakland presents a much more formidible challenge.

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Washington’s newfound depth and versatility were on display in Week 2, but Oakland presents a much more formidible challenge.

The two high-profile free agent acquisitions discuss team chemistry and where players prefer to take hits. That, plus injury updates as the week ramps up.

The tight end was limited and practiced with the wide receivers Thursday. Elsewhere, Coach Jay Gruden demanded all Redskins receivers ‘return the favor’ and block for running backs.

The Raiders are scoring a league-high 3.6 points per drive, the best scoring rate in the NFL since 2008.

Back home after a trip out to Los Angeles, the Redskins aim to build on the victory over the Rams. But it won’t be easy. They welcome a potent Oakland Raiders team to FedEx Field at 8:30 p.m. Sunday on NBC.

"If you didn’t have a Charles Woodson jersey, you wasn’t cool in Seaside,” the Redskins linebacker recalls.

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.

Jay Gruden doesn't expect Thompson's role in the Redskins' offense to change despite the running back's strong start.

McCoy lists his former Oklahoma teammate among the toughest linemen he's ever faced.

Washington dialed up a perfect rushing game plan in the win over the Rams. Will this finally become a power running offense?

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Moss suggests Griffin has the talent to play in the NFL, but his past issues with coaches could be holding him back.

Hall of Famer says the team's change-of-pace back is “the best runner they have right now."

While he still applies the principles he learned during his one-month trial, it’s a difficult lifestyle for an offensive lineman to maintain over the course of a regular season.

  • Perspective

In 50 games under Gruden, the Redskins ran the ball on more plays than they threw it 14 times.

  • Rick Snider
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  • 2 days ago
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