Rick Snider: It’s time to let the fantasy go – Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III isn’t becoming the franchise player once expected.
It’s time to let the fantasy go – Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III isn’t becoming the franchise player once expected.
Rick Snider: Either Maryland reaches the NCAA Tournament next spring or coach Mark Turgeon has to go.
Jay Gruden may be facing the toughest decision of his coaching career – whether or not to fire his mentor, Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett.
Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden just gained an edge over controlling quarterback Robert Griffin III.
With Alfred Morris having season of career lows in 2014, could his best days, even at 25 years old, be behind him?
As the Redskins (1-5) head to another 3-13 or so season, a player thought to be a cornerstone is instead among the foundation cracks.
The Washington Examiner’s Rick Snider joined the Junkies on Tuesday to update the show on the development of a few young players at Redskin’s training camp, including one bombshell opinion.
Rick Snider’s reaction to the poor fan turnout to Skins training camp in Ashburn, VA.
Snider suggests to send Haynesworth to Buffalo to piss him off and predicts Skins finish 6-10.