"I think he's at a place now where he feels comfortable going out there and running and playing," Gruden said. "I think he's ready to go. He has been ready, I think. Now it's time to let him play."
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The end rarely comes gracefully, and for the second time in two weeks, it might have come for a longtime Washington Redskins player.
Missed opportunities frustrating for the Washington Redskins, but provide hope that they will start scoring more points in the coming weeks.
"Whenever they call my number, I'll be ready to go," Fuller said on Sunday.
The injuries piled up Sunday for the Redskins, but not all equally impactful in the nar or long term.
We all know Scot McCloughan wants "football players" for his team. Thing is, the Redskins GM means broadly.
The second-year pass rusher has quietly been making progress this season for the Washington Redskins.
With injuries hitting the cornerback position, rookie Kendall Fuller will be seeing his first NFL action, according to Jay Gruden.
Injuries abound on Washington's offensive line. That means all options are on the table. JP Finlay explains how the chips could fall.
The next man up on the Redskins' offensive line appears to be second-year player Arie Kouandjio.
The Redskins lost a whole lot more than just their starting safety.
Quinton Dunbar is officially a Giant killer. He made the two big plays on Sunday with his 31-yard reception on a fake punt and his spectacular end zone interception.
With the Redskins trailing by one and at their own 48-yard line, Washington decided to test Tress Way's arm. The result was a beautiful fake punt conversion and eventual game-winning score.
While the attention was all on his individual rematch with Odell Beckham Jr., Josh Norman was focused on grabbing a division victory over the Giants on Sunday. That's exactly what happened.
Has an NFL punter ever been happier over his first career passing attempt than Tress Way was after completing a 31-yard bomb to Quinton Dunbar on Sunday afternoon?