Washington Redskins won't improve by fewer penalties alone - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Coach Jay Gruden wants to see improvement in that area, but team must make strides elsewhere for it to matter.
Chris Culliver Wants Teammates To Bond Together On Field
While cornerback Chris Culliver is still transitioning onto his new team, he's committed to strengthening the bonds he has with the defense.
After an inconsistent 2014, Redskins special teams coordinator Ben Kotwica hopes scheme familiarity and an influx of new talent will lead to a turnaround in 2015.
Grant's route-running is excellent, but as of now, the top three are just better receivers.
For part 1 of the Redskins mailbag, some Trent Murphy talk, tight ends, Josh LeRibeus and one question John Keim thinks is important.
Evan Spencer will be ready to go whenever his number is called, as the versatile wide receiver says he’s expecting to contribute in several different facets.
Position preview: Kory Lichtensteiger does not fit the new offensive line prototype but he will start in the middle anyway.
Colt McCoy and Kirk Cousins are competing for the top backup job.
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, June 23, 37 days before the Washington Redskins start training camp Read and react Here are some quotes from offensive line coach Bill Callahan’s media session during minicamp and my reaction to them: On guard Spencer Long: "Comi...
Jeron Johnson tried to strike a balance between imparting lessons learned from the Seahawks and carving a new identity in Washington.
What adjustments can/will teams in the NFC East make to handle Odell Beckham Jr. after having seen him for a year?
From Yahoo Sports: As HBO trotted out the cliched "Ballers" series premiere, we were all reminded again that Hollywood has never gotten big-time football quite right.
From Yahoo Sports: Terrelle Pryor had quite an interesting Monday.