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A look behind the scenes with the Redskins team doctors on game day | Sports |
LANDOVER, Md. - During the week, Andrew Casteel is an investment officer.

The inside story on the Redskins decision to release D.J. Swearinger | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins cut D.J. Swearinger because for two years he established a clear pattern of criticizing coaches, teammates and the entire organization after losses.

Redskins player Nick Sundberg wants to increase school attendance through clean clothes | Sports |
ASHBURN — The idea was the easy part.

D.J. Swearinger claimed by Arizona Cardinals off waivers from Washington Redskins
The Cardinals have claimed former Washington safety D.J. Swearinger off waivers, bringing back the veteran for his second stint in Arizona.

Shawn Johnson more nervous watching husband's NFL debut than Olympics - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The Redskins' Andrew East has leaned on his gold-medalist wife's experiences as he tried to stay mentally strong, working toward his NFL dream.

Inside the interception that basically ended the Redskins' season, one that crushed Josh Johnson | NBC Sports Washington
At first glance, it looked like Josh Johnson's first fourth quarter INT may have been on Josh Doctson. But after, Jay Gruden explained what really happened, while the QB lamented what could've been.

Josh Johnson to start Week 17 for Redskins, Colt McCoy not ready for return | NBC Sports Washington
Two strong starts by Josh Johnson, paired with Colt McCoy not being fully recovered from his leg injury, gives Johnson the start for the Redskins in Week 17.

Nearly three full years into his career, the Redskins and Josh Doctson still can't get on the same page | NBC Sports Washington
Josh Doctson is about to wrap up his third season with the Redskins, and in those three seasons, the former first-rounder, his QBs and his coach have yet to truly connect.