DeSean Jackson is a freak. Watch him on television and his pure speed is obvious as he burns past opposing corners. Remember that Monday Night Football disaster at FedEx Field in 2010 when Jackson caught an 88-yard touchdown pass on the first play from scrimmage as the Eagles crushed Washington 59-28?
ESPN NFL analyst Jon Gruden watched Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III in person last month during organized team activities and again on the second day of training camp on Friday.
DeAngelo Hall, at 30-years-old and entering his 11 NFL season, knows he doesn’t have a lot of football left, which is why he says he’s ready to lay it all on the line, and “not leave anything in the tank.”
As the Redskins embark on training camp, teammates of Robert Griffin III weigh in on his reformed attitude, as it appears in entering his third season, he’s finally “becoming a pro.”
The heavy rain could have been interpreted as a bad omen to being training camp, but the smell of fresh cut grass and a clean slate was enough to keep these Redskins feeling refreshed and hopeful for 2014.
The same poll which found overwhelming support for the Redskins name, among fans of the team living within the D.C. Metropolitan area, also found underwhelming optimism for the Redskins’ 2014 regular season.
Hail one. Hail all. Live from the Bon Secours Redskins Training Center, here’s the latest coverage from Richmond, Va., as Redskins fans all around celebrate the return of Redskins Training Camp.
The NFL has finally reached a verdict in Ray Rice’s domestic violence case — stemming from a February incident in an Atlantic City casino — administering a two-game suspension to start the 2014 regular season, Ian Rapoport reported Thursday.
A new poll of 701 NFL fans in the Washington, D.C. area found an overwhelming majority of respondents to be in staunch support of the Redskins team name.
The same Richmond, Va. Arby’s restaurant which dedicated a parking spot to RGIII has now bestowed the same honor upon “Redskins Great” Lavar Arrington, ahead of Redskins training camp.
Ravens fans took to the streets of Baltimore to celebrate their team’s 34-31 win over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday night.
A gallery of darkness. The Mercedes-Benz Superdome lost power early in the third quarter of Super Bowl XLVII between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.