Redskins coach Jay Gruden, who will have four years left on his contract after this season, has been informed from above his job is safe through next season, according to NBC Washington’s Dianna Russini.
A decade of frustration exploded in one unfortunate outburst. Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss, at the tail end of a distinguished career, helped his team celebrate a late first-half touchdown by Robert Griffin III that would put them ahead 17-7 in Sunday’s game against the New York Giants.
There is little clarity on who will start at quarterback for the Redskins on Sunday against the New York Giants.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon swapped stories of Redskins dysfunction on PTI on Monday, with the former conceding that, for the first time, he feels the organization is truly “hopeless.”
RICK SNIDER: Firing Jay Gruden after one season would be the dumbest thing by Dan Snyder in his 16 seasons owning the Washington Redskins.
With Dan Snyder and Bruce Allen reportedly wanting to stick with Robert Griffin III in 2015, coach Jay Gruden could be “one and done” with the Redskins following the 2014 season, reports Jason Reid of the Washington Post.
The five biggest storylines heading into the Washington Redskins Week 14 home matchup against the St. Louis Rams.
Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio isn’t buying the idea that the Redskins have moved on from the Robert Griffin III era in Washington.
Colt McCoy, the Redskins new leader, preaches “urgency” in the team’s final four games while declaring why he’s the right man to quarterback the team.
Redskins quarterback Colt McCoy wants no part of looking ahead. He says it does not matter to him that he has an opportunity to establish himself as a starter in the NFL again. He will not look past next week’s game against the St. Louis Rams.