Mike Shanahan’s team has double digits in the loss column and he appears to be on his way out. But players say he hasn’t quit.
A year after winning their first NFC East title in 13 years, the 3-7 Redskins are enduring their most disappointing season since 2006 when they followed a surprise playoff appearance with a 5-11 stinker.
How did the Redskins begin their improbable playoff run last year? By not thinking about it — which is a stark contrast to the 2013 club.
With the Redskins having put half their regular season games behind them, Grant Paulsen reflects back on the season up to this point, and names the five most impactful players on the team through the first eight games.
Pierre Garcon was openly critical of the Redskins passing game following the team’s implosion against the Broncos one week earlier.
Pierre Garçon presented 8-year-old cancer survivor with a $10k check Thursday night, the culmination of tireless nights spent in hospitals rooms and countless tears shed. And for one night, he wasn’t the biggest star in the room.
Tonight Pierre Garçon will be attending a check presentation ceremony in Fairfax for 8-year-old Tara Sankner, a true survivor battling an inoperable form of brain cancer.
Pierre Garçon laughed as he recalled getting screamed at by Peyton Manning during their time together in Indy. He answered rapid-fire questions about his memories of Manning in an interview with 106.7 The Fan’s Holden and Danny Tuesday, as the Redskins prepare to face the Broncos.
You may have thought Pierre Garçon was the Redskins’ No.1 receiver, but he’s not, according to Jamie Dukes of the NFL Network. In an interview with the Junkies Thursday, Dukes rejected the idea that Garçon has done anything in his career that merits being labeled a top-flight receiver in the NFL.
The Redskins got their first win of the season in Oakland. Grant Paulsen highlights five players who made the victory possible.