Griffin will face a mixed bag of pass defenses in Redskins’ last seven games | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Jay Gruden said, "the jury is still out" on the Redskins quarterback position. The jury, which consists of Gruden, offensive coordinator Sean McVay, general manager Bruce Allen and a few others, will look at the performance of Robert Griffin III over the team’s last seven games.
Need to Know: Redskins operating well in passing game | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, November 6, 10 days before the Washington Redskins host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at FedEx Field. Notes and numbers from the first nine weeks We’re at the bye, time to take a look at what the Redskins are doing right and where the need to improv...
Washington Redskins wake-up call - ESPN
Chase Minnifield will be re-signed to the practice squad; Washington will have to make another move next week when Barry Cofield returns.
TV Affiliates Coming Under Attack in Redskins Name Controversy - Support The Name
A station who’s license is NOT renewed has no choice but to "go dark," or turn off the transmitter, going off the air. Unlike WWXX, which has direct ownership ties to Redskins owner Dan Synder, the L.A. television stations are not connected to the team at all.
Under review: Washington Redskins QB RG III's sacks - ESPN
The Minnesota Vikings sacked Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III five times Sunday. But not every sack resulted because of Griffin's indecision.
RGIII Puts Positive Spin on Jay Gruden’s Critical Comments of Him " CBS DC
Jay Gruden said the "jury was still out" on RGIII, who didn’t take his coach’s comments negatively when addressing them on Tuesday.
Washington Redskins reach familiar spot - ESPN
The one tradition that's probably grown tiresome recently is the Redskins' slow starts. Here's a look at previous three seasons and what happened next
Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III seeking balance on the move - ESPN
Because RG III's legs are such an important weapon, he needs to improve at knowing when to run, when to unload the ball and when to surrender.
Bye week represents long-awaited opportunity for Washington Redskins to recharge - Washington Times
Darrel Young will spend the bye week at home with his mom and dad. Roy Helu is headed to Nebraska. Nick Sundberg is off to New York City. All of them will try to rest up while simultaneously preparing for the second half of the season.
After a season and a half of waiting, Phillip Thomas pleased with Redskins debut - Washington Times
A fourth-round pick out of Fresno State in 2013, Thomas figured his first appearance in a regular-season game would have happened 14 months ago. A series of injuries delayed that debut until Sunday.
Jarvis Jenkins Stays True To His Roots
Redskins defensive end Jarvis Jenkins grew up in an athletic family in South Carolina, and hopes to establish his first-ever football camp in his hometown next summer.
Midseason report: Washington Redskins - NFC East Blog - ESPN
In Jay Gruden's firt season the Redskins have had to deal with inconsistent play and questions surrounding franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III.