Need to Know: The Redskins week that was—Cravens stunner, roster cuts | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Need to Know: The past week was busy, a sure sign that real football is approaching. A young starter talked retirement, the roster was trimmed to 53.
DeAngelo Hall Will Open Regular Season On PUP List
Redskins veteran safety DeAngelo Hall sat out training camp on the PUP list, and will remain sidelined as the regular season starts next week.
The Redskins have shuffled their depth chart since last year. Here's a look at the changes and potential results on offense.
A day after cutting their squad from 90 to 53 players, the Redskins made a more obscure roster move by placing Su'a Cravens on "their Exempt/Left Squad list." We explain it here.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden spoke with players about Cravens after practice Sunday.
The Redskins have bolstered their offensive line depth with the addition of T.J. Clemmings, a fourth-round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft who has started 30 games in his NFL career.
Running back Matt Jones has found a new home in the NFL, a day removed from being cut by the Washington Redskins.
With Su'a Cravens mulling retirement, the Redskins might be forced to rely on a young safety to seize a golden opportunity to secure a starting job.
T.J. Clemmings, who was pressed into starting duty the past two seasons with the Vikings, should give the Redskins experienced depth at offensive line.
The Colts claimed former Redskins RB Matt Jones off waivers and waived center Brian Schwenke on Sunday.
The Washington Redskins find themselves in an awkward predicament heading into the 2017 season. The team has spent the better part of the last six months looking for ways to improve their defense, a ...