Between Josh Doctson and the Redskins, are we really talking about practice? | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Josh Doctson played 20 snaps in the Redskins season opening loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Ryan Grant logged nearly double as many snaps than the 2016 first-rounder.
With More Practice, Josh Doctson And Junior Galette Will Earn More Game Reps
Head coach Jay Gruden said Monday that he wants to see more consistent practice from Josh Doctson and Junior Galette before giving them more gameday snaps.
Brian Mitchell was quite fired up Monday night when talking about how flat the Redskins looked in their regular season opener vs. the Eagles.
The Redskins are heading out West to take on the Rams in Week 2, and after a close Week 1 CSN Redskins insider JP Finlay thinks the Redskins have a ch
After seeing very limited catches in the Redskins season opener against the Eagles, CSN Redskins insider JP Finlay is still very high on Josh Doctson
Need to Know: One last look back at Redskins vs. Eagles including a good rookie debut, an encouraging Cousins play, and O-line questions.
Making teams pay when they bring pressure, a trait great QBs share, is a facet of his game Washington's Kirk Cousins is still trying to master.
The Redskins didn't throw Josh Doctson's way during Week 1, but coach Jay Gruden expects that to change as the receiver gets in consistent practice.
The Redskins have a strong passing attack, but it's not good enough to overcome rushing totals like Week 1, when their running backs totaled 34 yards.
Our recap of Jay Gruden's Monday press conference includes the coach's explanation as to why Josh Doctson didn't see much action vs. the Eagles
You know Kirk Cousins struggled and Ryan Kerrigan starred, but a few smaller storylines from Sunday's Redskins-Eagles game have been overlooked since the final whistle.