Dwayne Haskins remains Washington’s third-string QB, but Ron Rivera hasn’t given up on him - The Washington Post
The NFL trade deadline passed with Dwayne Haskins still with the Washington Football Team. Coach Ron Rivera says Haskins will still have opportunities to develop.
Scott Turner praises Morgan Moses for his performance this season | RSN
Washington's offensive coordinator had only positive things to say about his right tackle.
Has Chase Young delivered so far as a Washington rookie? Just ask Jon Bostic | RSN
Chase Young's sack totals aren't sky high, but Jon Bostic told the media Wednesday that the rookie has still been a "problem" for opponents thanks to his effort and production against the run.
Terry McLaurin Talks to the Media After Being Named Captain | Washington Football
WFT Daily: Wide Receiver Help On The Horizon
Steven Sims Jr. and Isaiah Wright returned to practice Wednesday, and Ron Rivera hopes they will help open up the offense when they return.
Ron Rivera hopes Washington clicks entering key stretch
As the Washington Football Team emerges from the bye week with a chance to compete for the NFC East crown, head coach Ron Rivera hopes his players find that aha moment to propel them on a winning run.
Russell: Alex Smith's been impressing in practice
In the event that starter Kyle Allen ever gets injured, forcing a multi-week decision at QB, would Washington really turn back to Alex Smith — after his lone, miserable performance — to finish out the season? Chris Russell believes they would.
Chase Young is Pro Football Focus' top-graded rookie defensive player so far | RSN
Chase Young's stats aren't mind-blowing, but no rookie defender has been better according to Pro Football Focus.
Brady Quinn still believes in Dwayne Haskins, thinks 49ers, Packers good options | RSN
Brady Quinn remains one of Dwayne Haskins' biggest supporters, and he still believes Washington's 2nd-year passer can get it done in the NFL.
Verlon Biggs hero of Over-the-Hill Gang - Washington Times
"There is hardly a day I go through where I don't think about Verlon Biggs," Hall of Fame safety Ken Houston told me when I was researching the book, "Hail Victory: An Oral History of the Washington Redskins."