While I don’t necessarily believe he needs to beg to make the roster, I did see more than a decent number of comments a couple weeks ago implying that rookie running back Jawan Jamison was nothing more than a practice squad guy and hopeful project. Show More Summary
The Redskins have announced the signing of another draft pick. Safety Phillip Thomas, selected in the fourth round with the 119th overall pick, has agreed to a four-year deal with the team. Thomas is the fifth of seven Washington draft picks to sign, leaving only second-round cornerback David Amerson and third-round tight end Jordan Reed…
Following the success of the Washington Redskins' 2012 regular season—winning the NFC East title for the first time since 1999, a berth in the playoffs after starting 3-6 and the record-breaking performances by rookies Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris—the Redskins, like any team, still have room for improvement in five key areas. Show More Summary
In New York, they have Victor Cruz and Hakeem Nicks. In Dallas, they've got Miles Austin and Dez Bryant. In Philadelphia, there's DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin. In Washington, we have Pierre Garcon and...a group of unheralded guys. Show More Summary
Alfred Morris ran for 1,1613 yards last year, but Roy Helu and Evan Royster were less of a factor in the Washington Redskins' success on the ground. To remedy the lack of a true change-of-pace back, Mike Shanahan took Chris Thompson and Jawan Jamison in the 2013 draft. Show More Summary
As this Washington Redskins offseason unfolds, the former first-round pick on whom everyone will be focused will be Robert Griffin III, the dazzling young quarterback who followed up his rookie season with reconstructive knee surgery in January. Show More Summary
The Redskins weren’t exactly threadbare at running back, and then they drafted a pair. But they still might have some interest in bringing back Tim Hightower, according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post, who says the Giants have inquired as well. Hightower tore his ACL in 2011, and was cut in the preseason last…
Based on what we pointed out on Monday, it's pretty much a consensus in the D.C. football society that second-year running back Alfred Morris is the nicest player on the Washington Redskins (and quite possibly in the history of the world). Show More Summary
In roughly two months, the Washington Redskins will open training camp in Richmond, Virginia. And the local newspaper is rolling out the red carpet in the best possible way. Paul Woody of the Richmond Times-Dispatch has penned a one-sided article characterizing the team’s name as non-offensive. The support comes from three Native Americans who say…
The defense of the Washington Redskins was a bit lackluster last season, but things are looking up. A large part of their lack of defensive success was due to the injuries to stud pass-rusher Brian Orakpo and his counterpart Adam Carriker. Show More Summary
The 2012 season was a coming out party for the entire Washington Redskins organization, with Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris becoming instant successes in their first professional seasons. Not everyone in Washington has had their breakthrough moment yet, but 2013 could be a year for a handful of Redskins to burst onto the scene. Show More Summary
The always entertaining Washington Redskins Cheerleaders Final Auditions took place last month… At the State Street Theatre in Falls Church, VA. Former First Ladies of Football Dawn and Ashley After 10 seasons on the field Jamilla is hanging up her boots. But she’s not gone, she’s the new WRC Assistant Director! Fans routing for their [...]
Donovan McNabb is set to retire as a member of the Philadelphia Eagles to end his career after stints with the Washington Redskins and Minnesota Vikings over his last two years in the league. McNabb never won a Super Bowl in his 13 seasons in the NFL as he lost in his only appearance in [...]Show More Summary
Sorry, Washington Redskins fans. Tough titties, Minnesota Vikings fans. I’m sure that you were all desperately wishing that when the day finally came, Donovan McNabb would choose to retire as [...] The post Donovan McNabb Will Retire As An Eagle appeared first on Kissing Suzy Kolber.
The Washington Redskins formally agreed to contracts with half of their defensive selections in last month's NFL draft as outside linebacker Brandon Jenkins and safety Bacarri Rambo both inked rookie deals on Monday. According to the Washington Post, fifth-round Jenkins' salary for this season will be $449,125 and sixth-round Rambo’s is $430,788. Show More Summary
In 2011, all four NFC East teams were in the top 10 in the league in terms of sacks and sack percentage. In 2012, all four plummeted to the bottom 12 in sacks and bottom 16 in sack percentage. It's hard to explain what exactly happened...Show More Summary
Last week, I wrote about how the owner of Washington’s National Football League team promised to never change that team’s derogatory name, and that the only thing that may cause change is a trademark lawsuit that could make calling a team the “Redskins” far too costly to tolerate. A new study, however, suggests that Snyder [...]
Wide receiver Jared Green grew up a Redskins fan. As the son of Washington lifer Darrell Green, he didn't have much choice. But now that Jared is trying to forge an NFL identity of his own, there may be a change of allegiances in the Green household.
Thanks to Robert Griffin III's mom Jackie, we now know that the Washington Redskins quarterback will be getting married this summer -- and thanks to a reported Bed, Bath and Beyond registry, we know that date will be July 6.
An Associated Press poll of 1,004 adults conducted in mid-April found that 79 percent of the public supports the Washington Redskins keeping the team's controversial nickname.