Washington Redskins' O-line developing, but lessons will continue - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The young--talented Redskins' offensive line is learning how to work together with every snap.
Preview: Can the Skins solve their road woes in Carolina? | CSN Mid-Atlantic
At 4-5, the Redskins have already matched last season’s win total. They’re also in the thick of the NFC East race, sitting just a half game behind the Giants.
Need to Know: Five Redskins who need to step up vs. the Panthers | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Friday, November 20, two days before the Washington Redskins play the Carolina Panthers. Five players who will need to shine on Sunday The Redskins chances of upsetting the Panthers are pretty slim but, as we said here the other day, yes, we’re saying th...
Panthers' run committment will test Washington Redskins' defense - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The Panthers lean on the ground attack more than any other team, which could pose a problem for Washington's 29th-ranked rush defense.
Gruden: "We Gotta Go Out And Perform On The Road"
Washington Redskins Head Coach Jay Gruden spoke to the media following Thursday's practice about maintaining the momentum on the road and Morgan Moses' development.
Now in his fifth season with the Panthers, Greg Olsen continues to be the top weapon for Cam Newton, as the tight end is well on his way to another 1,000-yard season.
Morgan Moses' transformation from reserve left tackle to starter on the right side has impressed the Pro Bowler Moses used to back up.
The Redskins' depth at cornerback gave them the luxury of trying DeAngelo Hall at safety. Can the longtime cornerback make the transition?
The Carolina quarterback can hurt you in a number of ways, and the Washington defensive players are well aware of that.
Crowder, a rookie wide receiver with the Redskins, was 9 years old when his brother, Jamaris, was born with Down syndrome. Some believe the power of their bond is why Crowder has been so successful.