Washington Redskins' Jordan Reed out until training camp - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Tight end has 'little procedure' on his knee and will miss the rest of the team's spring workouts.
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Trey Wolfe's Incredible Journey To The NFL
The Redskins' recent addition at cornerback Trey Wolfe has gone through a tumultuous journey at the college level. He hopes to make it worth it with the Redskins.
The Washington Redskins signed free agent nose tackle Jerrell Powe to a contract Monday, adding to an already deep defensive line.
The Washington Redskins are looking into a new stadium down the road after once again reducing the capacity of their current stadium.
Attending The House, Inc.'s National Capital A Cinderella Ball, Robert Griffin III honored former Baylor basketball standout Isaiah Austin as part of a celebration for children living with disabilities.
Even though many saw some upside and some downside in the Redskins’ decision to exercise the 2016 option in the contract of quarterback Robert Griffin III, team president Bruce Allen though it was an easy call to make.
Pierre Garcon is excited about a business opportunity that could feed him and his family for years to come -- in more ways than one.
New players, new coaches and a tweaked scheme are some of the changes hitting the Redskins' defense this year. Although the changes were needed, it to too much, too fast?
Redskins safety Duke Ihenacho and team president Bruce Allen didn't have a problem with DeSean Jackson's absence last week.
The oft-injured tight end, who missed the start of organized team activities last week because he required an additional examinations on the knee, is expected to return to the field late next month.
From Yahoo Sports: The saga has gone on so long, with no real development for months, that it's easy to forget running back Ray Rice is still trying to get an NFL job.
Adrian Peterson is coming back to the Minnesota Vikings, telling The Associated Press that he will participate in the team's voluntary practice on Tuesday and still has love for his team after nine months away.