Clinton Portis Considers The Redskins' Running Back Options
The former Redskins running back offers his assessment of this year's running back draft class and if there might be a good fit, prospect or free agent-wise, with the team's current roster.
Monumental Sports owner Ted Leonsis announced former Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss will provide color commentary for the Washington Valor starting next week.
Need to Know: Tandler takes a look at the rule changes passed by the NFL
The headlines haven't been great this offseason, but coach Jay Gruden doesn't share some fans' pessimism about the team's moves.
Speaking at the NFL owners meetings, Redskins coach Jay Gruden joked that players who like him will be glad he got an extension. The others?
Preparations are underway for this year's Washington Redskins training camp in Richmond, the fifth under an eight-year contract between the city and the team.
Redskins.com's Jake Kring-Schreifels and Stephen Czarda provide five takeaways from Redskins head coach Jay Gruden, who spoke with the media at the 2017 League Meetings in Phoenix.
Jay Gruden wasn't expecting a contract extension, but he wasn't about to say no, either.
Yes, the Redskins were able to get bigger wide receivers as Jay Gruden hoped for in 2017. But Jamison Crowder remains an important part of restructured passing attack.
With quite a few veteran options already in-house and the potential for a few more to be added in the 2017 NFL Draft, Jim Tomsula will make sure the Redskins have a good nose tackle anchoring the defense.
Things may change in the future but for now it's business as usual for Jay Gruden and Kirk Cousins.
Redskins Proposal to Reward Kickers for Accuracy Rejected
On Tuesday, the NFL did accept some new rule proposals, but did not allow the Redskins proposal through.
It's never easy to say goodbye to a well-liked coworker, especially when that employee has been fired. In the NFL, that's no different.
He'll miss Scot McCloughan, but Jay Gruden was wholly optimistic on Tuesday afternoon about the Redskins' plans for 2017.