Elfin: RGIII's Delayed, Rude Welcome to NFL Came SaturdayRobert Griffin III looked less like the Heisman Trophy winner/smiling spokesman he was for eight-plus months and much more like a rookie under siege against the Bears.
John Beck Among Two Former Redskins To Sign With TexansTwo former Washington Redskins, including John Beck, have a new home with the Houston Texans.
Washington Redskins Cut John BeckThe John Beck era has reportedly come to a close in DC. The Washington Redskins released the quarterback once thought to be the starter heading into last season according to multiple reports.
Casserly: Rex Signing Lowers RG3 PressureFormer Washington Redskins General Manager Charlie Casserly joined the Junkies on Monday and was positive about Rex Grossman re-signing with the Redskins.
David Elfin On Sports: I Was Wrong About Redskins' QBsColumnists can be wrong. Sometimes we can even admit our mistakes. So here goes. I was wrong in saying that it doesn’t matter if the Redskins play Rex Grossman or John Beck at quarterback.
Grossman, Beck Deal With Latest Redskins QB switch
Bickel's Blog: How To Fix The RedskinsSomebody has to have a plan around here. In spite of all the doom and gloom, there are glimmers of hope. Let me tell you how to fix this team. We might be closer than you think.
David Elfin On Sports: Shanahan Was Supposed To Turn The Skins AroundHe started 4-3 in his 2010 debut but lost seven of his final nine games. This year is looking like it’s going to spiral down even worse.
Report: Grossman To StartThe NFL Network reported this morning that Mike Shanahan told the team this weekend that Rex Grossman will start for the Redskins today
Redskins Wednesday Open Locker RoomAshburn, VA-The Redskins held an open locker room today before their full practice this afternoon, but made quite a few roster moves since Monday.
Redskins Talk Day After LossAshburn, VA-John Beck, London Fletcher, DeAngelo Hall, Brian Orakpo and others spoke today, a day after losing their fourth game in a row.
Redskins Ran Over At HomeLandover, MD-The Redskins lost their fourth in a row 19-11 to the San Francisco 49ers and what little playoff hopes they had are now fading fast.