Mike Ditka

Mike Ditka Has Some Strong Opinions On Redskins Debate

ESPN analyst and former Chicago Bears coach Mike Ditka held nothing back as he expressed his opinions about the Washington Redskins name debate to


Griffin III: “Quarterback’s dream” To Have My Responsibility

When Robert Griffin III came into the league, he was clearly going to have to shoulder a lot of the burden of the Washington Redskins’ offense. Now he is getting even more responsibility and is enjoying the fact enormously.


Haslett: Not Thrilled By New Suggestions

Washington Redskins’ defensive coordinator Jim Haslett didn’t like NFL referee Ed Hochuli’s comments on how refs will be focusing on illegal contact penalties and defensive holding penalties. “You know what I would tell the official? I would tell him that

Jerry Rice Jr

Jerry Rice Jr. Tears Labrum, May Be Out For Season

The son of famous WR Jerry Rice may be out for the season. Jerry Jones Jr. tore his labrum and will need shoulder surgery according to  Washington Redskins’ head coach Jay Gruden. Gruden said WR Jerry Rice Jr. has


Redskins Linebacker Keenan Robinson Talks Returning From Injury

Redskins linebacker Keenan Robinson spoke to the media today.

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NFL Selling T-Shirt Remembering Training Camp

The NFL is selling a t-shirt to commemorate a training camp practice. Why?

The Washington Redskins got their man Jay Gruden as their new head coach

Jay Gruden Happy With Team’s Tempo

Washington Redskins Jay Gruden answered the media's questions this morning at camp.

DeSean Jackson

Redskins WR DeSean Jackson Thinks Offense is Flexible

Washington Redskins' DeSean Jackson spoke to the media today

Fred Davis

Tight End Fred Davis Wanted by Police

Police say former Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis is wanted in a domestic violence case. District of Columbia Police said Wednesday they are searching for the 28-year-old Davis, who lives in Leesburg, Virginia. He’s suspected in a domestic

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NFL Network Sends Deion Sanders to Cover Redskins

The NFL Network is sending analysts to cover teams across the country during training camp and according to the Washington Post, Deion Sanders will be sent to the Washington Redskins. This decision seems a little odd since Sanders only