It's been all change along the defensive line for the Washington Redskins this offseason. An overhauled front is expected to key a major revival for a unit that's been dire for the last five seasons. While Terrance Knighton is a lock to anchor things at nose tackle, there are a few more questions at the end spots. Show More Summary
In an irony that will surely be lost on team owner Dan Snyder, the Washington Redskins are being kicked off their land. From the Washington Post: Interior Secretary Sally Jewell told D.C. Mayor Muriel E. Bowser this spring that the National Park Service, which owns the land beneath Robert F. Show More Summary
The Obama administration has said it will not allow the proposed construction of and NFL stadium in Washington, D.C. unless the Washington Redskins change their name.
Washington Redskins outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan has started running again after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on his left knee in May. Continue for updates. Kerrigan Speaks About Knee Procedure Thursday, July 2 JP Finlay of CSNWashington.com reported what Kerrigan had to say about his recovery: I'm doing really well.... Show More Summary
President Barack Obama’s position on the Washington Redskins name has been clear since 2013, when he told the Associated Press he (...)
The Washington Redskins are considering a move from their current home of FedEx Field in Maryland. But the Obama administration will not make it an easy process to return to the District of Columbia. FedEx Field is only 18 years old....Show More Summary
Mark Brunell won't win a popularity contest in Washington anytime soon. But the former NFL-quarterback-turned-ESPN-announcer was exactly right when he said Robert Griffin III isn't good enough to succeed as a starting quarterback for...Show More Summary
The Washington Redskins are grounded.NFL teams, seeking a competitive edge, are increasingly deploying small drones in practice to provide a better glimpse of action on the field. But data shows the Redskins and some of their NFC East peers are flying their unmanned aircraft under the radar, without prior approval of the Federal Aviation Administration.Read full article >>
Efforts to lure the Washington Redskins back to the District have come up against a potentially insurmountable challenge: the Obama administration’s objections to the team’s name. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
The start of the 2015 NFL season remains months away. But as the Washington Redskins demonstrated with the cuts of Tracy Porter and Chris Chester, it's never too early for a team to set its sights on the 53-man roster it'll open theShow More Summary
The Washington Redskins may have disappointed in 2014, but they still have an impressive roster that could surprise many NFL fans in 2015. Why will the Redskins succeed? What makes them a threat in 2015? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Redskins' upcoming season in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
DeSean Jackson's career took a step forward on Tuesday night with the debut of his BET reality show, "Home Team," but the Washington Redskins wide receiver couldn't help but spend a portion of the episode dwelling on his previous employer. Show More Summary
The Washington Redskins' efforts to return to the nation's capital appeared to have been hindered by the Obama administration.
The Washington Redskins, who currently play their home games in Landover, Maryland, are running into more troubles due to the franchise's nickname, this time as they try to move back to the nation's capital. According to Jonathan O'Connell...Show More Summary
Any time a team uses 10 picks in a draft, it expects that class to be the foundation of a refreshed and winning roster. That's just what new Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan is hoping for. He needs the group headlined by No. Show More Summary
It appears that DeSean Jackson still hasn’t gotten over his unceremonious departure from the Philadelphia Eagles. On the first episode of Jackson’s BET reality show, “DeSean Jackson Home Team,” the Washington Redskins wideout was loud...Show More Summary
It has been a great offseason so far for the 4-12 Washington Redskins. Certainly one with a plethora of moves that the team was in dire need of. No super star really, but that is not what Washington needed at the end of the day anyway. The Redskins go back to camp with their top […]
Desean Jackson: Home Team will premiere tonight on BET. In addition to being a famous American football player for the Washington Redskins, Desean Jackson touts himself as a music producer, fashion label owner, and a film producer. Tonight’s docu-reality series will focus on his life on the field as an NFL football player and businessman. Show More Summary
Former Washington Redskins quarterback Mark Brunell decided to give his former fans his analysis of current Washington Redskins (...)
Apart from being star athletes, Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints, the Washington Nationals' Bryce Harper, the L.A. Clippers' Dahntay Jones, Pierre Garçon of the Washington Redskins and Joe Flacco of the Baltimore Ravens all have something else in common. Show More Summary