Ryan Kerrigan eyeing bounce-back season - Washington Times
When Ryan Kerrigan watches footage of his games from 2019, the Redskins edge rusher sees the mistakes. There were too many instances in which Kerrigan failed to use proper technique, too many poor angles when rushing the quarterback, he said.
Chris Simms on why Mitchell Trubisky and Drew Lock rank ahead of Dwayne Haskins | NBC Sports Washington
Experience and pure potential were the difference in these QBs ranking ahead of Dwayne Haskins, according to Chris Simms.
Position Group Rankings: Why the defensive linemen make up the best unit on the roster | NBC Sports Washington
JP Finlay and Pete Hailey continue their in-depth look at every spot on the Redskins roster with their evaluation of defensive line, the position that finished at the top of their collective list.
Ryan Kerrigan is crazy strong but he's also a little crazy to say pushing a truck is 'not that hard' | NBC Sports Washington
However hard you've been pushing workouts during Coronavirus quarantine, Ryan Kerrigan has been pushing harder, even if he thinks it's no big deal.
Terry McLaurin putting breakout rookie year behind him: 'It's done' - Washington Times
Terry McLaurin looked like a blossoming star for the Redskins in 2019 and because of it, Washington is counting on him to take another step forward as its No. 1 wide receiver next season. Coach Ron Rivera said the wide receiver is on the 'verge' of stardom.
NFLPA anticipates $3B in lost revenue from empty stands
The new collective bargaining agreement approved in March calls for good-faith bargaining in the instance of a significant revenue shortfall; $3 billion would appear to qualify as significant.
Redskins Position Battles: Who, if anyone, will be a contributor at tight end in 2020? | NBC Sports Washington
In their look at 2020 Redskins position battles, JP Finlay and Pete Hailey continue with tight end. Can someone emerge at this important yet understocked position for Washington?
Offseason Diary: Keeping Up With The Redskins' Biggest Storylines Before Training Camp
This page will be updated frequently over the next few weeks with Redskins' news updates, analysis and top storylines.
Player Spotlight: Cole Holcomb Is Ready To Learn From Ron Rivera And Veteran LB Thomas Davis Sr.
Holcomb grew up studying perennial Pro Bowler Luke Kuechly. Now, he's going to learn from the man who drafted him and one of his longtime teammates.
Terry McLaurin believes Redskins WRs Steven Sims, Kelvin Harmon poised for breakout second years | NBC Sports Washington
Redskins wide receiver Terry McLaurin firmly established himself as the team's No. 1 wideout as a rookie. But entering Year 2, he feels that two of his other fellow second-year wideouts could be poised for breakout seasons.
Redskins Position Battles: Can rookie Saahdiq Charles take Trent Williams’ old spot? | NBC Sports Washington
In their look at 2020 Redskins position battles, JP Finlay and Pete Hailey begin with left tackle. Who on Washington will emerge at the offensive line's most important spot?
Redskins365 S2E4: Welcome To The Redskins
On this episode of Redskins365, Senior Vice President of Player Development Doug Williams and running back Adrian Peterson have a message for the 2020 rookie class.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell encourages teams to sign QB Colin Kaepernick | NBC Sports Washington
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell told ESPN that he encourages NFL teams to sign free agent QB Colin Kaepernick.
Report: Ezekiel Elliott among Cowboys, Texans players to test positive for coronavirus | NBC Sports Washington
Ezekiel Elliott's agent confirmed the star running back had tested positive for coronavirus.
Brandon Brooks tears Achilles, out for season, sources say | NBC Sports Philadelphia
Eagles right guard Brandon Brooks tore his left Achilles tendon on Monday and will miss the entire 2020 season. By Derrick Gunn
Ben Carson says Trump will 'get there' on NFL kneeling - Washington Times
These days, after the killing of George Floyd and the nationwide protests, the act of kneeling is no longer seen as a cardinal sin.
NFL: Cowboys, Texans coronavirus diagnoses raise more questions
After several Texans and Cowboys players were diagnosed, the league has a litany of health and safety concerns to address.