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Stephen Strasburg reacts after giving up a home run

SNIDER: Is it Time to Panic Over Nats?

The Nationals: Just a bad week, or the beginning of a disappointing season to come?


Washington Redskins Helmet

SNIDER: Redskins Name Faces Watershed Moment

The Redskins’ defense of their controversial name may soon face its toughest challenge to date.


John Wall stands on the court in Oakland

SNIDER: Can Home Cooking Revive Wizards?

The Wizards are in desperate need of a home winning streak to regain playoff form.


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SNIDER: McCoy’s in, so who’s out?

Does the Washington Redskins’ re-signing of quarterback Colt McCoy mean Oregon passer Marcus Mariota is coming or Robert Griffin III or Kirk Cousins are leaving?


ndamukong suh on the field of an NFC Wild Card Playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys

SNIDER: Redskins Should Just Say No to Suh

Ndamukong Suh is not the right fit for the Washington Redskins, but not because he isn’t the best free agent available.


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SNIDER: Olympics Loss Means Redskins Next Stadium in Play

Did Washington’s failed 2024 Olympics bid cost the District a chance of luring the Washington Redskins back to the RFK site?


Former Seahawks personnel executive Scot McCloughan (left), Redskins senior executive A.J. Smith (right).

SNIDER: Redskins Front Office Needs McCloughan, Smith

Hiring the tag-team of Scot McCloughan and A.J. Smith could offer the Redskins a rare chance to fix their biggest problem: their front office.


Former Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett.  (Photo by NFL via Getty Images)

SNIDER: Allen Should Fire Haslett, Hire Personnel Boss

Redskins’ GM Bruce Allen has two easy, but major decisions to make in the offseason: Fire defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, and fire himself as head of personnel, Rick Snider writes.


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SNIDER: Allen Should Fire Haslett, Hire Personnel Boss

RICK SNIDER: There are two easy, but major decisions before Washington Redskins president Bruce Allen.


Robert Griffin III #10 of the Washington Redskins runs against  Damontre Moore #98 of the New York Giants during their game at MetLife Stadium on December 14, 2014 in East Rutherford, New Jersey.  (Photo by Alex Goodlett/Getty Images)

Snider: Redskins Need to Play Griffin

Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden talked of medical reports on Colt McCoy before deciding his starting quarterback against the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday.