So far, so good for Robert Griffin III and Jay Gruden. Their relationship is still in the honeymoon phase, but RGIII is impressing his new coach.
Lache Seastrunk wasn’t asked to catch passes in college. But if he hopes to make an impact with the Redskins, that’s exactly what he’ll have to do.
Tracy Porter is recovering from surgery to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder and not participating in the Redskins offseason program.
The newest Washington Redskins running back isn’t going to let anybody lay a hand on Robert Griffin III, his longtime friend.
Former Notre Dame quarterback Tommy Rees knew signing with the Washington Redskins could be a possibility all along. Sure enough, he did.
Former Virginia offensive tackles Morgan Moses, who was widely predicted to be selected in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft, described Monday the phone call he received from Jay Gruden when he was finally drafted in the third round by the Washington Redskins.
The knee is fine, so Robert Griffin III didn’t need to do jumping jacks this year at the annual draft day party inside the Washington Redskins stadium. He jogged to the podium, saluted the fans and had to stop his remarks because they wouldn’t stop chanting “R-G-3!”
A first look at the Washington Redskins back at work in Ashburn under new head coach Jay Gruden.
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.