The Jay Gruden era will continue with the Washington Redskins, according to multiple news outlets.
Nick Foles’ magic led the Philadelphia Eagles to a 24-0 victory over the Redskins, and the defending Super Bowl champions earned the NFC’s final wild-card berth when Chicago beat the Vikings on Sunday.
Safety D.J. Swearinger, released by Washington after he criticized the team, was signed Tuesday by the Arizona Cardinals.
The Tennessee Titans, winners of three straight games, need to win out and get help to return to the postseason. Meanwhile, the Redskins have weathered an injury-filled season to sit just a game back of Dallas in the NFC East with a wild-card slot more likely if they win out.
Colin Kaepernick would be a good fit in Washington — and everything that happened Sunday proved it, says Rob Woodfork in the NFL Week 14 Wrap.
Missed tackles. Missed assignments. Missed communication. The Redskins defense was a big reason for a strong start to the season, but is now a big reason for the team’s rapid descent to 6-6 and a three-game losing streak heading into Sunday’s matchup against the visiting New York Giants.
The first time Washington faced the New York Giants this season, Alex Smith was the QB for the Redskins, and their victory pushed them to 5-2, alone atop the NFC East. Sunday, it’ll be Mark Sanchez taking the reins of a team that’s lost three consecutive games to fall to 6-6.
Cornerback Quinton Dunbar, receiver Trey Quinn and guard Jonathan Cooper have been put on injured reserve by the Washington Redskins, bringing the number of players on their IR to 17.
On My Take, Clinton Yates lists the shameful missteps the Washington Redskins have done recently.
The Redskins cling to a one-game lead over the rival Cowboys atop a bad division, and now face a crucial stretch run without their starting quarterback. In the NFL Week 11 Wrap, Rob Woodfork says Colin Kaepernick would have been a perfect solution.
Exactly 33 years to the day after Redskins legend Joe Theismann’s gruesome injury during a nationally televised game, Alex Smith went down with breaks to his right fibula and tibia midway through the third quarter of Washington’s 23-21 loss to the visiting Houston Texans on Sunday.
Redskins quarterback Alex Smith left the game against the Houston Texans after suffering a gruesome leg injury in the third quarter of the game. Coach Jay Gruden announced Smith had a broken tibia and fibula, and will have surgery “right away.”
A Washington Redskins player is taking his skills off the field and onto the stage with an upcoming performance of “The Nutcracker” from the Loudoun Ballet Performing Arts Company.
Nothing really went right for the mistake-prone Redskins on Sunday in a 38-14 loss to Matt Ryan, Julio Jones and the Atlanta Falcons that ended the three-game winning streak that put Washington atop the NFC East.
The NFC East-leading Redskins (5-3) could blame poor tackling, ill-timed penalties and a series of injuries along the offensive line for the end of their three-game winning streak.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.