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5 Washington Redskins Who Could Be Camp Casualties

Now that NFL training camps are open around the league, the start of the 2014 season is close to being a reality. For some veterans on the Washington Redskins, unemployment is the reality they'll soon be facing. In the process of trimming...Show More Summary

Redskins Camp Report: Day 7

RICHMOND, Va. -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of the Washington Redskins training camp: Redskins defensive end Stephen Bowen, recovering from microfracture surgery on his right knee, said he’s confident he’ll return before the season opener. Show More Summary

How many balls can one receiver catch?

The guys of ProFootballTalk discuss the Washington Redskins tweeting out a video of the team’s wide receiver Andre Roberts catching as many footballs as possible.

Washington Redskins practice report

RICHMOND, Va. -- Even though the Washington Redskins weren't in full pads, giving the practice a feel of an OTA workout, there were still some noteworthy plays Wednesday: Defensive end Jason Hatcher worked out hard Wednesday, first attacking the sled by punching each pad and then acting as if he had shed a blocker. Show More Summary

Trent Williams: 'I'm a great athlete'

RICHMOND, Va. -- Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden was quick to respond, knowing there really was only one answer. The question: Was Trent Williams just blessed with great feet or could it be developed? "Yeah, that's blessed," Gruden said. Show More Summary

David Amerson showing improvement

Washington Redskins reporter John Keim discusses second-year cornerback David Amerson and how he has already shown a drastic improvement from last season.

5 Players Turning Heads at Washington Redskins Training Camp

With a new head coach in town, the 2014 Washington Redskins training camp is a place of opportunity. The chance to start with a clean slate means a lot of positions are up for grabs this year. Players are doing everything they can to...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton says Redskins name is ‘insensitive’

Hillary Clinton believes the Washington Redskins football team needs to find a new name, stating that it's an 'insensitive' name for a team in the nation's capital.

Hillary Clinton says Redskins name is ‘insensitive’

Hillary Clinton believes the Washington Redskins football team needs to find a new name, stating that it's an 'insensitive' name for a team in the nation's capital.

Redskins camp observations: No drama

Cleaning out some thoughts on the Washington Redskins players' day off: There's no drama. Certainly for the team, that's a good thing. Last summer it was mostly about Robert Griffin III's knee with an undercurrent of tension between head coach Mike Shanahan and Griffin. Show More Summary

James Brown’s public stance on the Redskins name further fuels the media fire

Earlier this month, CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus told the Hollywood Reporter that he would let the network’s talent decide individually whether or not they’d use the Washington Redskins’ increasingly controversial nickname on the air. Generally speaking, we do not tell our announcers what to say or not say,” said McManus. “Up to this point, it […]

Washington Redskins Training Camp: Week 2 Stock Report

The stocks are certainly up for several members of the defense at the Washington Redskins training camp. Among them is a young linebacker being primed for a critical role at the heart of the front seven. He is joined by a graybeard safety expected to be a leader at a position that still leaves many fans and pundits nervous. Show More Summary

Redskins Camp Report: Day 5

RICHMOND, Va. -- A daily review of the hot topics coming out of the Washington Redskins training camp: The Redskins needed to be a more physical team overall after finishing last in three of the last four years. They need a mindset and an identity, something I don’t think they always had under Mike Shanahan. Show More Summary

Washington rookie QB Kirk Cousins splashes out on... Grandma's old conversion van

The Washington Redskins might not be the best team in the National Football League, but it may have the most diverse player parking lot. Usually, professional athletes are seen driving around in luxury sedans, SUVs and exotic sportsShow More Summary

LOOK: Redskins QB Kirk Cousins joins NFL's conversion van craze

Kirk Cousins may be destined to be the backup quarterback in Washington but that doesn't mean he can't arrive to work in style.

D.C. Station Remembers The Good Times, When Radio Guys Could Say "Fag"

2 days agoSports : Deadspin

WJFK, a CBS-owned sportstalker serving the D.C. market, made a big announcement last week. LaVar Arrington, the former Washington Redskins star and longtime co-host of the station's afternoon show, LaVar and Dukes, had moved to Los Angeles to join the NFL Network. Show More Summary

John Madden 'Would Not Get Caught Up in That Stuff' on Redskins

Everyone has an opinion on the name of Washington's football team. John Madden's reads as more cryptic than most. The boss of Madden's former network, CBS Sports President Sean McManus, recently said he would allow announcers to not say "Redskins" if they found the term offensive. Show More Summary

Chris Thompson feels fast again

RICHMOND, Va. -- The one trait Washington Redskins Chris Thompson couldn't show last summer is the one trait that made him dangerous. He'd watch a run in practice on film and know he could have hit it faster. Or burst through quicker. Show More Summary

Redskins sign Everette Brown

Everette Brown has landed with yet another NFC East club. According to ESPN’s John Keim, the Redskins have reached a deal with the 26-year-old Brown, who likely will play outside linebacker in Washington’s 3-4 scheme. Brown (6-1, 263) appeared in seven games for Dallas in 2013, recording 10 tackles and one sack. The Cowboys released…

Morning Report for July 28, 2014

Washington Times partners with the Redskins, but insists it will still have “probing coverage” of the team. (Probe too hard, and no doubt that deal will dissolve.) (washingtontimes.com) New York Times favors legalizing pot, but it will continue to test new employees for drugs. (huffingtonpost.com) Science magazine is criticized for this cover … Read More

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