Our first thought when reports started coming out that the Washington Redskins would pick up the fifth-year option on quarterback Robert Griffin III was... really? It's basically a franchise tag for Griffin — for a player the head coach,...Show More Summary
Sometimes, it's best to think of the NFL as a different planet—one on which time moves faster. So when I hear Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan defend his decision to pick up a fifth-year, $16.2 million option on unreliable...Show More Summary
With Washington deciding to pick up Robert Griffin III’s fifth year option, Mike Florio wonders if the Redskins would still draft Marcus Mariota if he was available at No. 5 overall.
It seemed grim initially, but it looks like Robert Griffin III will be hanging around in Washington, D.C. for the foreseeable future. There was uncertainty as to whether or not the club would pick up Griffin’s 2016 team option, which would guarantee him $16 million. Today, the team announced that they are doing just that. […]
The Washington Redskins will exercise the fifth-year option on Robert Griffin III, meaning the quarterback is now under contract through the 2016 season, the team announced Monday.
For at least the next two seasons, quarterback Robert Griffin III will be under contract with Washington after the team picked up his fifth-year option Monday. The team announced the news via Twitter: Of course, with the team holding the No. Show More Summary
Edge-rushers, edge-rushers and more edge-rushers. The men who make their living crashing off corners to deck quarterbacks still dominate rumors regarding the Washington Redskins' plans for the 2015 NFL draft. One outside pressure specialist...Show More Summary
Robert Griffin III's fifth-year contract option for the 2016 season will be exercised by the Washington Redskins.
Word on Monday morning was that the Redskins were likely to pick up the 2016 option on quarterback Robert Griffin III’s option and it moved to a done deal in the middle of the day. Redskins General Manager Scot McCloughan announced that the team is exercising their option on Griffin’s pick ahead of the May…
The chance to play general manager for the Washington Redskins was just too good to pass up. That was the opportunity afforded me by "Bleacher Report's Community Mock draft." Featured columnists for each team made the primary selections to make up the top 100 in the 2015 NFL draft. Show More Summary
The governor of Virginia says he's "aggressively" trying to move the Redskins OUT of Washington D.C. and into the 10th state -- telling TMZ Sports it's simply "where they belong." Gov. Terry McAuliffe has been…
Washington Redskins fans, you might not want to hear this. University at Buffalo engineers, who have done a study on imbalances in the NFL schedule and presented it at the Sloan Sports Analytics Conference earlier this year, have studied the 2015 NFL schedule that was released this week. Show More Summary
The Washington Redskins have some needs to address in the 2015 NFL draft. Who will the Redskins select with the fifth pick? What positions should they focus on? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Redskins' draft strategy in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson is already a superstar on the field, but a new reality show could bolster his profile off of the gridiron as well. According to Whitney Friedlander of Variety.com, the 28-year-old wideout...Show More Summary
A Pro Bowl left tackle, three-time 1,000-yard running back and a stud pass-rusher. Is that enough of a haul for five drafts? Probably not. New Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan need only look at the last five drafts...Show More Summary
I'll confess, I usually hate when teams draft to a strength. It just seems like one of those too-smart-for-your-own-good things hipster personnel people do. So it's unusual to be so much in favor of the Washington Redskins adding a running back in one of the first three rounds of the 2015 NFL draft. Show More Summary
This was a long time coming! According to California lawmakers, public schools will be forced to ban naming sports teams The Redskins and teams already using the moniker must eventually phase it out. [ Related: Washington Redskins' Name Deemed Offensive, Could Become The Washington Bravehearts? ] Over the past few decades, the term "Redskins" has become extremely outdated [...]
Former USC defensive lineman Leonard Williams’ busy week continued with a visit to the Washington Redskins and a reunion with former Trojans tailback Silas Redd on Wednesday.
On a non-WHCD related note… Washington Redskin Pierre Garçon recently opened his second SpinFire Pizza in Arlington, VA (along with his partner, Paisano’s Pizza founder Fouad Qreitem), and according to an announcement from MoKi Media,...Show More Summary
Tweet of the day: "The bro @LWTrojan94 [Leonard Williams] visiting us today hoping he last to our 5th pick! I doubt it tho..."