Redskins FB Darrel Young stays focused as snaps decrease - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Washington Redskins fullback Darrel Young is on pace to play 93 snaps this season, which is 105 less than he played a year ago.
State of the Redskins: Breeland the bright spot on a struggling defense | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is where the Redskins stand in Week 7 of the NFL season. Record: 2-4, T-4th in NFC East vs. NFC East: 1-1 vs. NFC: 2-2 vs. AFC: 0-2 Home: 2-1 Away: 0-3 Key numbers changes from 2014-2015 Rankings (through Sunday’s games) Offense (yards/game): 337.
Washington Redskins TE Jordan Reed not concerned about concussions - NFL Nation - ESPN
Despite suffering three concussions in three seasons, Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed isn't worried about long-term ramifications.
Jordan Reed's possible return on Sunday could solve third-down challenges - Washington Times
Reed believes he should be able to return from a concussion in the Redskins' game against the Buccaneers on Sunday, and, if so, he'll add a boost to a passing attack that has struggled, particularly on third down.
Clinton Portis says Washington Redskins became divided under Jim Zorn because of religion
The Washington Redskins became divided under Jim Zorn because the former coach played favorites based on religion, former running back Clinton Portis said.
Gruden on running game: It's 'pretty much everything' | CSN Mid-Atlantic
What was supposed to be the Redskins' calling card has been their downfall. Jay Gruden talks about why.
Redskins' Reed optimistic about returning soon | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Redskins tight end Jordan Reed provided an update on his recovery Wednesday.
Redskins' Cousins doesn't feel pressure, tunes out critics with HGTV | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Amid mounting losses and interceptions, Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins says he can't let the pressure to get to him.
Redskins appear to slowly working back to health | CSN Mid-Atlantic
The Redskins' devastating injury situation appears to be getting a little better as three key contributors are on the road to recovery.
Are Kirk Cousins and Robert Griffin III being treated differently? Not for the reasons discussed this past week. - Washington - Scout
Breaking Burgundy's Film Analyst Paul Conner shares his thoughts on why Kirk Cousins and Robert Griffin III are treated differently by fans and media.
Need to Know: Was Cousins’ self critique tough enough? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, October 22, three days before the Washington Redskins host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Read and react Some quotes from around Redskins Park on Wednesday and my comments on them.
Redskins change at kicker turns into a good move | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Not every personnel decision the Redskins made this offseason has worked out. But one have they made a game into the season has proven to be a stroke of genius.
Jordan Reed Returns To Practice On Wednesday
While his status for Sunday's game has yet to be determined, Jordan Reed returned to practice on Wednesday for the first time since suffering a concussion on Oct. 4.
Kyshoen Jarrett 'A Surprise' Early In 2015 Season
Rookie sixth-round pick Kyshoen Jarrett has settled into the team's nickel cornerback role nicely, even though he wasn't expected to play at the position entering the season.
Chris Thompson's Back Getting 'Better Every Day'
Suffering an injury that originally looked worse than what it turned out to be, Chris Thompson said his back if feeling better every day.
Redskins Coach Jay Gruden's "Code Red" comments may not have been a big deal in the team's locker room, but they have overshadowed what would've been the main narrative entering this week's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
It raised eyebrows immediately after he said it, and days later, Jay Gruden‘s use of "code red" in describing the situation that he and his players find themselves in as the prepare for their Week 7 matchup remained a topic of conversation in local media and within the fan base.
For all the advances of medical science, it's impossible for an expert neurologist, much less a second-year NFL coach, to predict when it's safe for a concussed football player to return to competition.