Robert Griffin III remains the future, though he must win now - ESPN
If the Redskins had lost Monday, there would be little consternation about this decision. The rest of the season would be about seeing whether Griffin could be the long-term answer at quarterback. In many ways that is still the case, especially when it becomes clear there will be no playoffs. Thing is, they have won two straight and they play a winnable game Sunday -- and then face Tampa Bay after a bye week. If Griffin plays well and they win, the buzz in town will be palpable. Electric, even. But if he struggles? That is not a scenario the Redskins want to face.
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Redskins Tight End Niles Paul talks about the improved Special Teams play, and how the team looks to ride the momentum of the win in Dallas.
ASHBURN, Va. -- The Redskins return to practice, albeit a tougher one than they had Wednesday. They'll practice at 11:25 a.m. and have have an open lo
Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden didn’t put his players through a full padded workout Wednesday, instead keeping things light in the team’s Ashburn practice bubble because of a Monday night road game.
The Washington Redskins next travel to Minnesota Sunday to take on the Vikings in a Week 9 matchup at TCF Bank Stadium.
Griffin completed a full practice Wednesday, marking the first time he's been able to do so since injuring the ankle in the Redskins' victory over Jacksonville on Sept. 14.
After recording 14 tackles against the Tennessee Titans and being named the NFC defensive player of the week, Robinson racked up 10 tackles against the Dallas Cowboys on Monday night, including the sack that temporarily knocked quarterback Tony Romo out of the game.
"He looked good," fullback Darrel Young said. "He looked like Robert. I don’t know what he’s supposed to be like at this point. I’ve been fortunate enough to not be in that situation of an ankle injury. But he looks good. I’m excited. He’s throwing the ball well."
Forbath was named the NFC Special Teams Player of the Week after making the game-winning FG in an upset of Dallas.