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In a Redskins season of wild swings, Jay Gruden continues to stay the course - The Washington Post
Gruden was able to hold the Redskins together through a four-game losing streak. Now, after a win, coach and team can see a glimmer of hope for a postseason that is still within reach.

How will the Redskins finish out the season? - The Washington Post
Bruce Allen and Jay Gruden might stick around if the club can finish the season respectably.

Ryan Kerrigan leads defensive resurgence while moving up Redskins’ all-time sacks list - The Washington Post
Kerrigan now has the second-most sacks in team history.

Neither good nor bad, Redskins once again are emphatically indifferent - The Washington Post
Washington keeps patching things with spare parts, so it’s hard to know when to rebuild.

Santana Moss: Victory in Jacksonville was a return to form for Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
They didn't need phenomenal quarterback play from Josh Johnson to get a win.

After brutal month, Redskins somehow 'are still in this thing' - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Josh Norman said the past month has been "like a circus." But the Redskins' high-wire act improbably could still end in the playoffs.

Source: Eric Schaffer one team's lead candidate for president of football ops. | 106.7 The Fan
If the Redskins are to hold onto one of their top front office executives, Eric Schaffer, they'll have to compete with at least one other organization. Big changes could be coming to Redskins brass this offseason...

Josh Johnson's first NFL win brings emotion and 'relief' - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
At age 32 and playing for his 12th NFL team, Josh Johnson made the plays to keep the Redskins alive in the playoff race in the tightening NFC East.

On A Day Of Milestones, The Redskins Come From Behind And Maintain Their Playoff Hopes
Making his first start since 2011, quarterback Josh Johnson and the Redskins defense helped snap the team's four-game losing streak in Jacksonville as it pushes to make the playoffs.

Councilmember Launches Petition To Oppose New Football Stadium At RFK | DCist
Upwards of 2,400 people have already signed.

6 major needs Redskins need to address in 2019 NFL Draft | NBC Sports Washington
Uncertainty at quarterback is clear, but the Redskins have other roster holes and concerns entering 2019. Here's a look at what they need from the 2019 NFL Draft.

Jay Gruden admits Redskins should have activated Simmie Cobbs earlier | NBC Sports Washington
Last week, the Redskins lost practice squad wide receiver Simmie Cobbs to the Saints. On Monday, Jay Gruden admitted that losing Cobbs stings a bit for the franchise.

Why did Redskins choose Byron Marshall over Kapri Bibbs? Jay Gruden reveals his answer | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins released running back Kapri Bibbs on Saturday, and in turn, made a decision to stick with Byron Marshall at the position instead. But why?

Hail or Fail: Josh Johnson helps Redskins erase halftime deficit for first time since 2016 - The Washington Post
Washington had lost 16 straight games when trailing at halftime.

Redskins playoff scenarios: Two wins and a Kirk Cousins loss punch Washington’s ticket - The Washington Post
Thanks to the Cowboys' loss in Indianapolis, there's still an outside chance the Redskins could win the NFC East.

Josh Johnson Helps Put Redskins, And Himself, In The Win Column
The quarterback not only contributed to Washington's first win in over a month, but he picked up his first career NFL victory in the process and kept the team's playoff chances alive.

Josh Johnson's first NFL win brings emotion and 'relief' - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
At age 32 and playing for his 12th NFL team, Josh Johnson made the plays to keep the Redskins alive in the playoff race in the tightening NFC East.