The Washington Redskins haven’t made many moves in Free Agency outside of protecting their own, but in doing so they’ve ensured another piece to their successful backfield will return.
In a move that was expected for some time, the Washington Redskins have released cornerback DeAngelo Hall.
The Redskins pass defense is the lone area of his team that probably has kept Mike Shanahan up at night since the 2012 season ended with a wild card playoff loss to Seattle.
Following a dismal 3-6 start to the season, the Washington Redskins have completed one of the most remarkable turnarounds in NFL history to win the NFC East and earn their first trip to the playoffs since 2007.
Pierre is getting healthy at the right time, and having him on the field elevates Washington’s offense to one of the league’s best.
The Washington Redskins held their first practice today in preparation for the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday as the Skins continue to battle injuries.
The Washington Redskins haven’t forgotten Victor Cruz’s 77-yard touchdown that cost them a victory in the closing moments of a Week 7 loss in New York. Now, they’re seeking redemption.
Linebacker London Fletcher (ankle) and left tackle Trent Williams (thigh) both missed practice once again today as the Redskins continue to prepare for their Monday night showdown with the New York Giants on Monday.
The Washington Redskins held on to a 28-3 halftime lead, beating the Dallas Cowboys 38-31 for their first Thanksgiving Day victory in Dallas and improve their record to 5-6.
During his weekly appearance with Lavar and Dukes, DeAngelo Hall took a moment to address a contentious fracas that broke out between him and a reporter during a media session at Redskins Park, resulting in reports that a physical threat was made.