Redskins Week 14 injury report: Morgan Moses among five out of practice | NBC Sports Washington
Injury report: The Redskins have had nearly a week to recuperate from their last game but they still have a substantial injury list.
Jay Gruden: Redskins need more from Kirk Cousins moving forward | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins head coach has been impressed with Cousins, but for the four remaining regular season games, he needs more.
Redskins need fewer mistakes and more big plays from special teams - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The return game made a difference for the Redskins last season, and it's making a difference again in 2017 -- but in the opposite way.
Jordan Reed, Trent Williams not ready for injuries to end their season - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The Redskins are setting no timetable for either player's return, keeping the focus on simply getting them healthy as soon as possible.
Five Takeaways: Kirk Cousins's Chargers Week Presser
Redskins.com's Jake Kring-Schreifels provides five takeaways from Kirk Cousins's press conference at the Inova Sports Performance Center at Redskins Park in Loudoun Co., Va.
Junkies try to dissect Dan Patrick's Cousins, receiver comment | NBC Sports Washington
National radio host, Dan Patrick, made a comment on his show Monday that Kirk Cousins' receiver don't like him.
In Midst Of Challenging Season, Jordan Reed Trying To Get Healthy
Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed has missed the last five games with a hamstring injury that stemmed from an early season toe injury. Reed is working to get healthy enough to play again by season's end.
Zach Brown will continue to play through injuries despite contract status | NBC Sports Washington
Zach Brown has been dealing with injuries but he is playing nearly every snap this season. He plans to continue to do so.
Need to Know: Redskins one per player one-liners, defense | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: Player one-liners for the defense including Kendall Fuller's impressive season and how Junior Galette's season may be better than popular perception.