Shutdown Corner is previewing all 32 teams as we get ready for the NFL season, counting down the teams one per day in reverse order of our initial 2016 power rankings. How heavily do you weigh strength of schedule in the NFL? Your answer will determine what you think about the Washington Redskins.
After starting three games for two different teams in 2015, Jimmy Clausen is back in the discussion for at least one team. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports he has worked out for Washington.
Kirk Cousins will become the second quarterback to play under the franchise tag after he and the Redskins failed to reach a long-term deal prior to Friday's deadline.
A person with knowledge of negotiations says that Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins will play next season on the franchise tag. The person says Cousins did not agree on a long-term deal before Friday's 4 p.m. ET deadline for franchise players to sign new contracts. Cousins will earn
As the franchise tag deadline passes, Kirk Cousins and the Redskins have not come to terms on a new deal. In fact, Washington's offer hasn't changed in five months.
DeAngleo Hall is making the move to safety in 2016. The Washington Redskins defensive back said his ability to make plays from the middle of the field will scare quarterbacks.
The Redskins weren't ready to commit long term to Kirk Cousins, and the QB held firm on his asking price. It's a risky approach for both sides.
Shutdown Corner is previewing all 32 teams as we get ready for the NFL season, counting down the teams one per day in reverse order of our initial 2016 power rankings. If you fell into a coma on Oct. 12 and woke up early on Dec. 20, you'd think the Atlanta Falcons were the NFL's best team in 2015. After beating the Washington Redskins on Oct. 11, the Falcons were 5-0.
Amid the hooting and hollering at Washington Redskins minicamp, there's a different sound in the air during running back drills. Coaches whack at the football with Matt Jones carrying it, and it beeps. The Redskins are one of five NFL teams using so-called beeping or whistling footballs to emphasize ball security.
Jamison Crowder believes Washington boasts the top receiving corps in the NFL after the addition of Josh Dotson to Jordan Reed, DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon. Do the Redskins beat out the rest of the WR groups throughout the NFL?
The days of Steve Spagnuolo searching for ways to get the New York Giants a pass rush are over. The free agent signings of defensive end Olivier Vernon and tackle Damon 'Snacks' Harrison have turned the line into a force again, and that's not all ''Spags'' got in the offseason for the NFL's worst defense. General manager Jerry Reese signed former Redskins linebacker Keenan Robinson and Rams cor...
Dr. Robin West reportedly became the first female head physician in National Football League history Wednesday when the Washington Redskins hired her as their new director of sports medicine...
DeSean Jackson is keeping quiet and letting his play do the talking at Washington Redskins minicamp. ''He's a great player,'' Cousins said. The Redskins' offense hasn't been able to function at its highest during any workout because of missing parts.
The Lions have signed former Redskins and Cardinals standout Andre Roberts to a one-year deal Monday and will bring in Anquan Boldin for a visit, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.
Kirk Cousins and the Redskins have not made any progress on a new extension, but the Washington quarterback wants to let us know that he'll be worth every penny for a long time to come.
The 2016 NFL offseason saw an enormous amount of player movement between free agency and the draft. While most players quickly inked new, large contracts, cornerback Josh Norman had to wait to cash in with the Washington Redskins ...
Safety David Bruton was a longtime standout on special teams for Denver, but is determined to crack the starting lineup for Washington.
Robert Griffin III said Wednesday a motivational sign with a mysterious meaning in Washington kept him fighting through a 2015 season with the Redskins in which he did not play a down.
Matt Jones finds it strange not to see Alfred Morris in the Washington Redskins' huddle. With Morris gone, the No. 1 running back job belongs to Jones, and he knows it. During his rookie year, Jones fumbled five times and lost four of them.
The Washington Redskins are learning that CB Josh Norman, who was surrounded by elite talent in Carolina, has the work ethic to match his reputation.
The Washington Redskins boast a deep pass-catching corps. Despite the addition of first-round pick Josh Doctson, second-year receiver Jamison Crowder plans to continue 'making plays' from the slot.
Based on their offseason moves, the Washington Redskins believe second-year running back Matt Jones can step into the role of featured back this season.
The NFL and the Washington Redskins say there's no evidence indicating medical records are at risk after an athletic trainer's laptop was stolen in April. The Redskins confirmed Wednesday that someone broke through the window of a trainer's locked car April 15 in Indianapolis and took a computer. Deadspin reported that the computer included medical records from the past 13 years' worth of scout...
The Washington Redskins confirmed to NFL Media on Wednesday that confidential player data was put at risk for compromise after a laptop computer belonging to the team was stolen in April.
Kirk Cousins doesn't have to look over his shoulder at Robert Griffin III anymore, and that's making a substantial difference in his approach to being a team leader. For the first time, Cousins is taking part in offseason workouts as the Washington Redskins' unquestioned starting quarterback. Cousins is getting paid like the man and is acting like it.
According to a report Wednesday, the medical records of a large portion of the NFL 's players were stolen from the car of a Washington Redskins trainer in April...
Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins says he can't wait to distribute the ball to the exciting playmakers he has available this season.
Kirk Cousins is seeking help. The Redskins passer used part of his offseason to track down a host of current and former quarterbacks to ask how they attack the seven-month stretch between games.
The poll, which found that 90 percent of Native Americans weren't offended by the team name, is not representative of Native American communities, the activist says
On a conference call held Friday, Native American activists voiced opposition to a Washington Post poll that found nine of 10 Native Americans aren't offended by the Washington Redskins' name.
Native American leaders and activists criticized a recent national poll that found nine of 10 Native Americans aren't offended by the Washington Redskins' name. On a conference call held Friday by the Oneida Nation News, panelists voiced opposition to a Washington Post poll that surveyed 504 Native Americans, 90 percent of whom said the name doesn't bother them. James Fenelon, a California Stat...
DeSean Jackson isn't taking part in voluntary team workouts, and the Washington Redskins don't seem to care. Jackson was the only healthy player not at Redskins Park this week for the first organized team activities of the offseason.
Seeing No. 10 on undrafted free-agent receiver Valdez Showers another reminder of the disappointment at the end of the Robert Griffin III era.
The nickname of the NFL's Washington Redskins is not offensive to 90 percent of Native Americans surveyed in a poll released Thursday by the Washington Post. The newspaper said it polled 504 Native Americans from around the United States and also found that 78 percent of respondents did not consider the nickname an important issue. The US capital's NFL club has come under fire in recent years f...
A recent national poll finds that nine of 10 Native Americans aren't offended by the Washington Redskins name. The poll conducted by the Washington Post indicated more than eight in 10 say they wouldn't be offended if someone who was not a Native American called them that name. A federal judge ordered the cancellation of the Washington Redskins' trademark registration in July, ruling that their...
In a Washington Post poll of 504 Native Americans from across the country, 90 percent of respondents said they aren't offended by the Washington Redskins' nickname.
Results of a Washington Post poll released Thursday showed 90 percent of Native Americans asked weren't bothered by the Washington Redskins ' team nickname ...
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