After boring Super Bowl 53, are there any lessons for the Redskins? | NBC Sports Washington
Often times Redskins fans will ask why their team can't be more like the Patriots. There are a lot of reasons why, but the two biggest are named Belichick and Brady.
Redskins’ Vernon Davis lands his ‘biggest role’ yet in Western thriller ‘Hell on the Border’ - The Washington Post
Davis was in Alabama this week for shooting of the movie based on the life of legendary deputy U.S. marshal Bass Reeves.
Wide Receiver looks to be a major problem area for the Redskins heading into the offseason - Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
26 Minutes With Clinton Portis - Episode 24
It's day two at the Super Bowl. This episode CP interviews former Redskins linebacker London Fletcher, Adam
Bruce Allen pushes back on report Redskins are planning for 2019 without Alex Smith | NBC Sports Washington
NFL Network reported Sunday the Redskins are planning for 2019 as if Alex Smith will not be available. On the Redskins Talk podcast Thursday, Bruce Allen denied the report.
Preston Smith | Redskins Career Highlights | 2015-2018 - YouTube
Washington Redskins edge rusher/linebacker Preston Smith just finished his fourth season in the league. In that amount of time, he's started 50 of a possible 64 games and has recorded a combined 164 tackles with 24.5 sacks, four interceptions, four forced fumbles, and a touchdown.
How Does The Lombardi Trophy Make Its Way To The Super Bowl? – CBS DC
Have you ever wondered how the Lombardi Trophy travels to the Super Bowl each year?
Super Bowl 2019: NFL is riding high, but that won't always be case
NFL is riding high with rising revenues and ratings, but possibility of labor unrest looms with expiration of collective bargaining agreement in 2021
Colin Kaepernick: NFLPA, DeMaurice Smith still troubled by NFL
DeMaurice Smith said he wondered how NFL owners would be viewed over time with regards to Colin Kaepernick and his continued unemployment.
Former Redskins CB Champ Bailey named to the 2019 Pro Football Hall of Fame class | NBC Sports Washington
Bailey, who played his first five seasons in Washington, was one of three first-time nominees elected to the Hall of Fame Saturday.