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Tribal leader faces impeachment after accepting gifts from Dan Snyder

Even during what should be one of the slowest times in the NFL news cycle, the Washington Redskins' find new and inventive ways to make headlines.

Washington Redskins Must Draft Based on Both Value and Need in 2015

Charismatic NFL coaching legend Bill Parcells once said, "They want you to cook the dinner; at least they ought to let you shop for the groceries." The Washington Redskins are letting Scot McCloughan "shop for the groceries," and heShow More Summary

The AP is examining its use of the Redskins nickname

The boycotts of the Redskins nickname has been the forgotten NFL controversy of the last several months.  With concussions and domestic violence dominating the off-field headlines, the nickname debate circling around the Washington NFL franchise moved to the backburner in the last year. Show More Summary

Defense Must Be Prime Focus of Scot McCloughan's 1st Washington Redskins Draft

Scot McCloughan has spent most of his inaugural season running the show for the Washington Redskins targeting defense, defense and more defense. That's a pattern which must continue during hist first draft in charge. The Redskins have...Show More Summary

What Recent History Suggests About Washington Redskins' 2015 NFL Draft Plan

A month out from the 2015 NFL draft, the Washington Redskins stand to be one of the biggest wild cards on draft day. Not only is this the first time in three years the team actually owns a first-round pick, but it has a new shot-caller...Show More Summary

Redskins Mock Draft: Instant Contributors Washington Can Find in Every Round

When you're coming off a 4-12 season, every round of an NFL draft can offer instant contributors. For the Washington Redskins, that possibility is stronger given the reputation of new general manager Scot McCloughan. During stints with the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks, McCloughan established a niche as a shrewd evaluator of talent. Show More Summary

Doug Williams: Redskins haven't given up on Robert Griffin III ... yet

In an interview on SiriusXM NFL Radio Channel's "The End Zone" show over the weekend, former Washington Redskins quarterback Doug Williams, who now serves as a personnel executive in the organization, placed a portion of the blame for...Show More Summary

Sean Taylor Mural Restored After Being Defaced in Washington, D.C.

A mural honoring Sean Taylor was defaced recently at the Brookland-CUA Metro station in Washington, D.C. Someone attempted to promote his or her political blog by spray-painting over Taylor's name. The Washington Redskins safety was killed during a home invasion in Miami in November 2007. Show More Summary

AP hasn’t decided what to do about ‘Redskins’ yet

The Associated Press is mulling over usage of the term “Redskins” as it relates to the Washington, D.C. football team, but have not decided whether to make a ruling on the controversial word yet. The topic is of interest to the AP Stylebook committee, which meets weekly between October and March, said AP Stylebook co-editor David Minthorn. Show More Summary

Should Washington Redskins Pick Up 5th-Year Option on RG3's Contract?

Questions continue to surround the Washington Redskins' quarterback situation, and Robert Griffin III is at the center of the uncertainty. Should the Redskins pick up Griffin's option? Would it be too risky of a move? Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms discuss the Redskins' offseason in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

Redskins Draft Stock Watch: 6 Players Rising and Falling on Washington's Board

Rumblings about the state of play at quarterback have a previously unexpected prospect rising up the Washington Redskins' draft board. By contrast, the stock is down for a flexible edge-rusher who seems like a perfect fit for the team's...Show More Summary

5 2014 Stats Washington Redskins Must Improve Upon in 2015

It's not just in fantasy football that stats matter. You know the player and coach culprits from the Washington Redskins' dismal 4-12 campaign in 2014 by now. But do you know the stats that all but assured Washington would miss the playoffs for the sixth time in seven seasons? No? Let's find out then. Show More Summary

Jay Gruden: Redskins open to hitting 'the reset button' at QB

The Washington Redskins have plenty of quarterbacks on their roster. They also have plenty of issues at that position -- as well as the No. 5 overall pick in this year's NFL draft.

Washington Redskins Must Have an Open Competition at Quarterback This Offseason

Somebody clearly forget to tell the Washington Redskins the old saying that insanity is "doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results." How else do you explain the decision to anoint Robert Griffin III the...Show More Summary

Jay Gruden on RG III's confidence, offseason goals

PHOENIX -- Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden recognizes it’s not just about Robert Griffin III. Everyone on their roster must improve. Every other quarterback must take steps in a positive direction. When a franchise wins a combined...Show More Summary

Trent Murphy's development, extra talent could boost Redskins' rush

PHOENIX -- Trent Murphy could become the sort of pass-rusher the Washington Redskins need. It also wouldn't be enough. That's why Redskins coach Jay Gruden would love to add another pass-rusher, adding versatility and more of an ability to pressure the passer. It's an area they had hoped to fix last offseason. Show More Summary

Joe Gibbs’ son undergoing treatment for ‘brain function’ issues

J.D. Gibbs, the son of former Washington Redskins coach Joe Gibbs and president of Joe Gibbs Racing, is undergoing treatment for “symptoms impacting areas of brain function,” the racing team announced Wednesday. JGR added that the elder son of the Hall of Fame coach and NASCAR team owner “has undergone a series of tests after […]

Best and Worst Moves the Washington Redskins Have Made in Free Agency

The Washington Redskins entered free agency with a clear plan to get better on defense. They certainly stuck to that plan, as five new recruits joined the unit to bolster both the line and secondary. But not every move new general manager Scot McCloughan made seems like a hit. Show More Summary

2015 draft picks: Washington Redskins

PHOENIX -- The Washington Redskins were not awarded any compensatory picks, so they'll have seven selections in the 2015 NFL draft, which will be held April 30 to May 2 in Chicago. Here's a breakdown of the Redskins' selections: First...Show More Summary

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