Jay Gruden has been the Redskins’ coach for three months, but today marks a huge step in his truly taking command of the team.
Jay Gruden says he plans to be “open and honest” with RGIII, and develop him as a pocket passer during his third season as the Redskins quarterback, in an interview with Dan Hellie on NFL Network.
As inconsistent as Washington’s offense was in 2013 and as porous as its defense was, those units were playoff-worthy compared to its horrendous special teams.
While watching Seattle’s top-ranked defense throttle Denver’s record-setting offense in Super Bowl XLVIII a week ago last night, Washington fans received an emphatic example of the importance of a superb secondary. Expecting the Redskins to […]
The Redskins hired one of the hottest offensive commodities in the NFL in Jay Gruden, but not everyone was a fan. Put the name of NFL Network’s Brian Baldinger at the top of that list, a guy who says, “Washington could have done better.”
The Washington Redskins have hired Randy Jordan as running backs coach.
As long as Alfred Morris and Darrel Young remain healthy, the Redskins‘ running game should as well. In fact, it’s the least of the team’s concerns.
The emotional swing set is swaying back and forth with the arrival of Jay Gruden in Washington. Listen to one caller who refuses to buy in, and his obsession with the death of Dan Snyder.
Redskins GM Bruce Allen made an impromptu call-in to the Junkies on 106.7 The Fan on Friday, and when asked some tough questions about his relationship with owner Dan Snyder, gave some candid answers, lifting the veil which shrouds the organization.
Come September, we’ll start to learn whether Gruden is the right person, more of a Turner or a Gibbs. As always with the Redskins, it will be interesting.