The Washington Redskins sure thought they were ready for the new-look Philadelphia Eagles in Week 1. The talk isn’t as bold this week.
For one moment, let’s forget about the Minnesota game, let’s forget about Mike Shanahan’s future with the organization, and let’s forget about the play of the special teams. If we look at reality, the standings have Washington in striking distance of the first place Cowboys who are ready to implode at any given moment.
A preview of the Washington Redskins 2013 defense that includes the returns of Brian Orakpo and Brandon Meriweather.
Redskins defensive end Adam Carriker’s radio show with Chuck Carroll on 106.7 The Fan is called ’4th & Pain.’ That’s appropriate because much of Carriker’s NFL career has revolved around pain.
How did 10-6 NFC East champion Washington Redskins totally reverse course after finishing last in the division at 5-11 in 2011? Defensive stability, coaches, Alfred Morris and of course, RGIII.
The Redskins held their second day of practice today as they prepare for the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday and are getting healthier.
The Washington Redskins look for their sixth win in a row and hope to keep their division title hopes alive as they play the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday and should be getting their star back behind center.
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 Redskins had their only full practice today as the prepare for Thursday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys and London Fletcher’s consecutive game streak is in doubt.
Fred Smoot believes it’s time for the Washington Redskins to move in a different coaching direction, beginning with defensive coordinator Jim Haslett.