There’s a report about Kevin O’Connell coming aboard as the new quarterbacks coach in Washington, but it doesn’t look like Matt Cavanaugh, who was in that job during the 2016 season, will be leaving the team. Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports that the Redskins are “in negotiations” with Cavanaugh about a promotion to offensive…
The Redskins will hire Kevin O’Connell as their new quarterbacks coach, Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports reported Friday. The team has not announced the move, nor has it announced a replacement for offensive coordinator Sean McVay after he became head coach of the Rams. The hiring of O’Connell would indicate that head coach Jay Gruden…
At oral arguments Wednesday, justices seemed unsatisfied with a law allowing trademarks to be denied for “disparaging” language.
Moving to a 4-3 scheme could help speed up Washington's rebuilding project.
In a case about an Asian-American band called The Slants, justices seemed skeptical of the trademark offices ban on disparaging terms like the one used by Washingtons NFL team.
The Seattle Seahawks announced on Tuesday that linebacker K.J. Wright and tight end Jimmy Graham have replaced Washington Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan and tight end Jordan Reed on the NFC Pro Bowl roster. Both Washington stars are unavailable for the Jan. Show More Summary
The Washington Redskins have interviewed outside linebackers coach Greg Manusky for their defensive coordinator job
Just how far can the Green Bay Packers take this run? The Packers looked like anything but a team that was capable of competing in the NFC Championship Game when they dropped a Week 11 game at Washington against the Redskins. While Aaron...Show More Summary
The list of candidates for the Redskins’ defensive coordinator job added several names on Monday. Rob Ryan interviewed with the team and Jason Tarver is expected in later in the week. They are also slated to speak to an in-house candidate. John Keim of ESPN.com reports that outside linebackers coach Greg Manusky will interview for…
The Washington Redskins have interviewed Rob Ryan for their defensive coordinator position
A decision on federal rules for "derogatory" trademarks may affect the Washington Redskins.
It looks like Sean McVay won’t be the only 2016 Redskins coordinator to be working for the Rams in 2017. Neither McVay, who was Washington’s offensive coordinator, nor Joe Barry will be working as coordinators, however. McVay has been hired as the head coach in Los Angeles and Peter Schrager of FOX Sports reports that…
The Washington Redskins were the third most productive offense in the NFL in 2016 with Sean McVay as offensive coordinator.
The Los Angeles Rams have finally made a decision on who they want to lead their franchise for the foreseeable future. Former Washington Redskins’ offensive coordinator Sean McVay will be the Rams’ new head coach via a team announcement:...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Rams focused on Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Sean McVay in their hiring process, and they didn’t let McVay’s age stop them from naming him their next head coach. McVay, 30, becomes the youngest head coach in NFL history. Show More Summary
McVay has been Washington's offensive coordinator for the last three seasons
The Rams on Thursday hired Sean McVay as their head coach. McVay, 30, was the Washington Redskins’ offensive coordinator for the last three seasons. He becomes the youngest NFL head coach in modern history. McVay was offered the job after his second interview with the Rams on Wednesday. Owner...
Gus Bradley has interviewed for the Washington Redskins' defensive coordinator job
Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins finished the 2016 regular season amassing a franchise-record 4,917 passing yards, per NFL Communications. His efforts this season surpassed the previous mark he set just a season ago (4,166)...Show More Summary
The Washington Redskins have interviewed Mike Pettine for their defensive coordinator opening