Redskins Are Ready to 'Build Around' Kirk CousinsThe Redskins are ready to build around Kirk Cousins.
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.
Injury Report: The Redskins Will Likely Rest Most Players Listed On The Injury ReportFor the first time since 1999, the Washington Redskins will enter the final week of the regular season with a playoff berth already in hand, giving them the perfect opportunity to give players on the injury report some extra rest.
Why It's Insane To Start Alfred MorrisLook for Washington to implement either scenario when the playoffs roll around, because it would be insane to start Alfred Morris.
Jay Gruden is the Safest Coach in the NFC EastThe Eagles already fired their coach, and there is speculation the Giants and Cowboys could do the same. Jay Gruden, meanwhile, is safe.
Tom Brady Film Study Marked Turning Point for Kirk Cousins, RedskinsA special film study of Tom Brady with Jay Gruden may have sparked Kirk Cousins and Redskins' turnaround.
How Kirk Cousins Turned Himself Into Redskins' Quarterback of the FutureKirk Cousins has evolved from a question mark to a near certainty to return as Redskins QB.
Redskins Legend Joe Gibbs Praises Gruden, Cousins' ProgressRedskins legend Joe Gibbs speaks of the team's progress under Jay Gruden and Kirk Cousins.
McCloughan Has The Redskins Right Where He Wants ThemWith a 5-7 record, GM Scot McCloughan has the Redskins right where he wants them.
The Redskins May Have A Huge Advantage Playing In LondonThe game against the Bengals and potential matchup against the Rams would both be considered away games for the Redskins. This would essentially give Washington a huge competitive advantage
NFC East: Jay Gruden 'Absolutely Safe,' Chip Kelly, Not So MuchSeats are getting hot around the NFL...some less than you might think.
Redskins Will Continue Riding With Josh LeRibeus at CenterRedskins coach Jay Gruden confirms that the 4th-year offensive lineman will retain his starting position at center on Sunday vs. Carolina.