Redskins' Red Zone Offense Finds Early Groove Against BearsThe Redskins are doing something they haven't done all year.
Is Chris Thompson Answer to Redskins' Search for Second Running Back?Can Chris Thompson prove -- amid injury concerns -- to be the Redskins' second answer at running back?
Redskins With a Decision to Make at Running BackSpecial teams could factor into the decision, too. It doesn’t appear Washington will consider playing all four running backs.
Redskins Inactives vs. BillsWashington Redskins Week 15 inactives vs. Buffalo Bills.
Shoulder Injury Could Keep Redskins Running Back Chris Thompson Out SundayAdd Redskins running back Chris Thompson to the list of players who could miss this weekend’s game against the Chicago Bears.
Joe Theismann: Alfred Morris is 'a Heck of a Back'Redskins legend Joe Theismann isn't worried about decreasing production from RB Alfred Morris. All he wants out of his RB is ball security.
Redskins Chris Thompson Returns to Practice, Barry Cofield SitsThe Redskins have limited time to prepare for Saturday’s preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens, which will serve as the dress rehearsal for the Sept. 7 season opener at Houston.
Redskins RB Thompson Sat Out Practice, Could Miss Monday's GameRedskins running back Chris Thompson sat out practice on Saturday with an ankle injury and could miss next Monday’s preseason game against the Cleveland Browns.
Redskins vs. Cowboys Inactives: Bacarri Rambo, Chris Thompson SitThe inactives for the Sunday Night Football contest between the Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys.
Smoot: Special Teams Yet To Show Up, Thompson Yet To Make A PlayFred Smoot's big concern for the Redskins entering the bye week: special teams. Chris Thompson has 'yet to make a play.'
Redskins Injury Update: Kerrigan Has Concussion SymptomsWashington Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan left Monday's game with concussion-like symptoms and did not return.
Faith, Perseverance Helped Newest Redskin Overcome Gruesome InjuriesThe NFL Draft is filled with remarkable stories, but how many guys can say they overcame a broken back and a torn ACL, suffered in the span of just over a year? The answer is one: Chris Thompson, selected by the Redskins with the 154th pick. Here is his story.