A fresh look at the Redskins’ offense: Week 5 against the Seahawks - The Washington Post
Looking back at Washington's game with Seattle last season, and gaining insight on how Jay Gruden adjusts during a game against a good defense.
Need to Know: What are the chances of a winning 2015 season for the Redskins? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Monday, June 8, 8 days before the Washington Redskins start minicamp. Question of the day A few days a week I’ll give an in-depth answer to a question submitted by a fan on my Twitter feed, via the Real Redskins Facebook page, or in the comments section ...
Social Recap: Three Days Of The Community
Three days. Nine Redskins community events. Here's a social recap of everything thing you missed from Thursday through Saturday.
PHOTOS: CSN Amputee Warrior Softball Classic
Several Redskins took part in the CSN Amputee Warrior Softball Classic Saturday at Prince George's Stadium in Bowie, Md.
Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan talks quarterbacks - Atlanta Falcons Blog - ESPN
"Robert as a rookie, he was the first time I had to deal with a guy from a different system. He played in a system, with the zone read, that was just different football than in the NFL. I knew he was going to be our guy, so I spent a lot of time really studying and trying to put together an offense that fit him but still fit into our system. That was really fun for me. It was tough at first because I was studying stuff that I wasn't always that into. We got like a 200-play cut-up of every zone-read clip that Cam Newton had, (Tim) Tebow had. We went back to a few that Vince Young had. Even a guy like Tyler Thigpen, who did a few in Kansas City. Then I tried to develop how we could do it. We did it all out of the pistol so we could run the rest of our offense. It was fun to put something together that made sense, but we weren't totally sure if it would work. Once we went through that season, it did work. It was a lot of fun. And we were No. 1 in the NFL in yards per play. We were able to be a top-five rushing team. We had a lot of explosive passes off the play-action. It was a very fun year, and Robert was very good at it. He was uniquely fast and had a big arm. He had world-class speed. The zone read was a track race to the sideline, so it made him special at it.''
DeSean Jackson's Football Camp Offers Support For Hundreds Of Inner City Kids
Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson on Friday hosted his F.A.S.T elite skills football camp for more than 300 students in northeast Washington, D.C.
Cross your fingers on Washington Redskins' revamped secondary - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Is there finally legitimate hope for the secondary to become a force? That's one of the topics John Keim tackles in his Redskins mailbag.
VIDEO: Chris Baker Challenges Camper To A Dance Off
Lets see your moves! Watch Redskins defensive lineman Chris Baker and a youngster battle it out to see who is the better dance.
Here is what you need to know on this Saturday, June 6, 10 days before the Washington Redskins start minicamp. Question of the day A few days a week I’ll give an in-depth answer to a question submitted by a fan on my Twitter feed, via the Real Redskins Facebook page, or in the comments secti...
CSN's Jill Sorenson asked Redskins special-teamers Kai Fortbath and Nick Sundberg how the NFL's new extra point rule changes their jobs -- and the game.
Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden seeks quarterback stability - NFC East - ESPN
Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden wants to have a stable starting quarterback, which seems to be Robert Griffin III.