The Jay Gruden era will continue with the Washington Redskins, according to multiple news outlets.
The Redskins have their best record in a decade, have a favorable schedule coming up and are feeling good. But don’t forget, the last time they started with such a good record, they finished 8-8.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden’s offense has managed only a single second-half TD all season — and that lone such score was entirely meaningless, reducing Washington’s deficit to 43-19 in a blowout loss at the New Orleans Saints in Week 5.
With Jonathan Allen and Daron Payne anchoring the defensive line, and Adrian Peterson hardly looking like a 33-year-old, the Washington Redskins have established what sort of team they are. It’s quite a drastic shift from who they’ve been under coach Jay Gruden until now.
Chris Thompson was ready to leave Washington after not making the team four years ago. Now, he’s closer to his head coach than ever before.
After missing the playoffs in each of the last two seasons, Redskins head coach Jay Gruden can’t afford a slow start in his fifth year on the job.
After the Washington Redskins’ starting offense didn’t take one snap together as a complete group during the preseason, there’s reason for both apprehension and optimism going into their season opener Sept. 9 at the Arizona Cardinals.
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Jon Gruden’s decision to leave the television booth to return to the sideline for a second stint as coach of the Oakland Raiders has put his family in unusual territory.
The Redskins running back was having his best season when it ended in Week 11 due to a leg fracture. With training camp in full swing, he’s eager to work with a new quarterback and thinks “we’re capable of being the best.”
For the second straight week, the Washington Redskins looked uninspired and not prepared to play a football game.
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The Redskins’ first-string offense had more opportunity in week two of the preseason and reached the end zone, but still have a lot of work left to do in the preseason.
After two weeks of training camp, Redskins players are ready to start hitting somebody else for a change.
The Washington Redskins and head coach Jay Gruden have agreed to a two-year contract extension that will run through 2020, according to multiple sources.
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