Need to Know: Redskins' offense is having third-down issues | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: After being solid on third-down conversions in 2016, the Redskins' offense has regressed considerably.
Jay Gruden vs. Mike Zimmer, four years in - Washington Times
What if the Redskins got the wrong Bengals coordinator?
Jared Veldheer, Earl Watford injuries force Cardinals to revamp O-line - Arizona Cardinals Blog- ESPN
The Cardinals will face Washington using their seventh starting combination along the offensive line in a season of constant change up front.
Devin Hester deserves to be in the Hall of Fame, and Brian Mitchell is why | NBC Sports Washington
Devin Hester officially retired on Tuesday, starting his countdown clock to Canton. When he does make the NFL Hall of Fame, he will have Brian Mitchell to thank.
Redskins Q&A: Morgan Moses
Right tackle Morgan Moses is about to wrap up his fourth season in the NFL. He reflects on the series of ankle and foot injuries that have hampered him this year and how he prepares for the holidays.
Su'a Cravens of Washington Redskins cleared for football activities
Redskins safety Su'a Cravens, who is sitting out this season after suffering from post-concussion syndrome, has been cleared to resume activities, his agent said.
Jordan Reed of Washington Redskins put on IR
Jordan Reed, who has missed seven games this season with a hamstring injury and battled a toe fracture and hip issues, ended up on injured reserve Tuesday, along with Byron Marshall and Chris Carter, giving Washington 18 players on IR.
Despite injuries, keeping Jordan Reed remains Redskins' best option - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Yes, Jordan Reed is injured often, but the explosiveness he adds to the Redskins in two TE sets when healthy is too valuable to just let him go.
Fake websites that say Redskins changed name make rounds - Washington Times
Multiple fake Web sites mimicking major outlets popped up Wednesday with pages saying that the Redskins changed their name to "Redhawks."
Here are the reasons why the Redskins won't be moving on from Jordan Reed this offseason | NBC Sports Washington
Jordan Reed's 2018 cap number might seem high for a player who is injured as often as he is. But there are obstacles and risks to the Redskins moving on this year.