Fred Davis Trying to Remain Patient: ‘I Feel Useless Right Now’ " CBS DC
Redskins tight end Fred Davis, who's been inactive for the last three weeks, says it's hard to remain patient in waiting for an opportunity to play, despite urging from his teammates, going as far as to say in an interview with 106.7 The Fan's Chad Dukes and Grant Paulsen: "I feel useless right now."
Need to Know: Redskins have contained Peterson | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, November 6, one day before the Washington Redskins visit the Minnesota Vikings. Nickel coverage Five notes and quotes from the Redskins locker room: 1.
A position by position breakdown on how the defense is looking at the half-way point of the season.
RG3 says third down conversions the key | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"You would think going 12 of 17 on third down that you would have a lot of short third down conversions and we didn't really," he said. We had some third and eights, third and 10's and guys just executed."
Kai Forbath moves on from Sunday’s blocked kicks
"It just happens sometimes," Forbath said. "I mean, guys get kicks blocked all the time. It just happens. It wasn’t like something that I’m worried about that’s gonna continue to happen. So we had a good day today and just gonna get it corrected."
Darrell Green: Redskins need to re-sign DeAngelo Hall
"They will sign him back," Green said Sunday prior to the pregame ceremony that honored he and more than 100 other former Redskins players. "The Redskins should sign him back. I don’t work for the Redskins. But the Redskins should take a very close look at him, because everybody else will. He’s playing at that level. It’s not going to be about judging yesterday or the day before or the year before. It’ll be judging today, and I think the guy is now interestingly enough, now in the middle of his career where people were thinking it was the twilight of his career, and that’s not true. I think the kid is just beginning to become what they thought he could be in the beginning."
Redskins linebacker London Fletcher blasts bullying in Miami Dolphins locker room - Washington Times
As the Richie Incognito bullying story exploded beyond the NFL early this week, Redskins linebacker London Fletcher blasted the veteran players in the Miami Dolphins locker room who did not stop the alleged harassment of second-year pro Jonathan Martin.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss: QB Robert Griffin III starting to feel like himself - NFL Videos
Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss believes quarterback Robert Griffin III is back to his old form. Plus, Moss offers his take on the Richie Incognito situation in Miami.
Blandino deems Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather's hit legal - NFL Videos
Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather's hit on San Diego Chargers running back Danny Woodhead in Week 9 is a good example of players adjusting to the new rules, NFL Vice President of Officiating Dean Blandino says.
Midseason Report: Washington Redskins - NFC East Blog - ESPN
When you enter the season anticipating a playoff run but reach the midway point just hoping to remain alive for playoff contention, then things have
Five questions facing the Redskins - NFC East Blog - ESPN
Five questions facing the Redskins: Can Robert Griffin III have a second consecutive strong game? That hasn't happened yet this season, certainly n
Power Rankings: No. 22 Washington Redskins - ESPN
A weekly examination of the Redskins' ESPN.com Power Ranking: Preseason: 10 | Last Week: 24 | ESPN.com Power Ranking since 2002 The Washington Redsk
The Redskins Blog | From FedExField To The Maternity Ward
After a 30-24 overtime win over the Chargers on Sunday, Robinson cleaned up, got dressed and drove directly to a maternity ward. His wife, Bianca, was a couple hours away from going into labor with the couple’s first child. "We (were) hoping hoping that she didn’t go into labor during the game." Robinson said. "I got to the hospital and I made it right in time."
Run-pass mix helps Redskins go deep in playbook - Washington Times
Facing so many quick deficits earlier this season, the Redskins couldn't play to their strengths. Defenses didn't have to respect the threat of the play-action pass when knowing the Redskins weren't running the ball. But by keeping the game close early, as Washington did Sunday, the play-calling can be balanced. Whatever weaknesses the Redskins have, then, aren't clearly exposed.