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The pre-season is now completed. The Washington Redskins finished with a 3-1 record and unexpected results.
Jay Gruden was more stubborn than most former college quarterbacks about surrendering his dream of playing pro football.
On one odds list, the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos will start the 2014 NFL season as 200-1 long shots.
This is, by far, the most intriguing situation facing the Redskins. If they want the best all-around backup, right now that is, then Evan Royster will make the roster.
Before we get caught up in the craziness of roster cuts/signings over the next few days, let's take a look at what everyone really loves the team for.
RG III, Cousins sit, Redskins beat Bucs 24-10 Colt McCoy led the Washington Redskins to a 24-10 preseason-ending victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Thursday night's 40-13 loss to San Francisco signaled the end of preseason, and now the Bill O'Brien era officially begins on Sept.
Robert Griffin III congratulates Ryan Grant after the rookie receiver's second quarter touchdown.
The last week of the NFL preseason will be one more chance for teams to make their final adjustments before games start to count.
ESPN got itself in hot water on Wednesday when Josina Anderson reported that Michael Sam had not yet showered with teammates.
Robert Griffin III was drafted by the Washington Redskins to help lead them to the next level, to the playoffs and a Super Bo ... John Lovretta/The Hawk Eye Roy Gully III, the coach of the new co-op between Bushnell-Prairie City and West Prairie, talks with Blaine Rench before the team's scrimmage.
The defense, so long the thorn in the Redskins ' side, has defined the progress of this new team.
Guess what day it is??? Well, it's Thursday, but Mike Harar takes one last look at offseason news and notes of the Washington Redskins.
We're back with a Wednesday edition of the mailbag since today is an off day leading up to Thursday's preseason finale.
Like most of the starters for the Washington Redskins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, two-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle Gerald McCoy will play little - if any -Thursday night in a final tuneup for the regular season.
September 30, 2012; Tampa, FL, USA; Washington Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall defends Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Vincent Jackson during the second half at Raymond James Stadium.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 02:02 am
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