Redskins safety Ryan Clark announces retirement from 13-year NFL career. He will retire as a Steeler, for whom he played most of his career.
Ryan Clark defends Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, and rips former players for saying “really classless, inappropriate, spineless, disrespectful things.”
Former Redskins corner Shawn Springs ripped his former team’s secondary for their lackluster performance in a blowout loss to the Colts on Sunday.
DeSean Jackson made multiple appearances Sunday on FOX’s game day coverage, saying he stood up in the Redskins locker room in defense of RGIII last week.
Reaction to Redskins Loss: ‘Blame the Front Office … for Putting Ryan Clark as Your Starting Safety’
Ryan Clark and the Redskins have another chance to act appropriately in the locker room after a loss, falling 30-20 Sunday to the Arizona Cardinals.
Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden says “there’s a lot of concern” over whether linebacker Perry Riley and safety Ryan Clark will play in Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Proper context is everything. Make sure you understand it before you read the Twitter feud between a newspaper columnist and a Redskin. Otherwise, you’ll just have to go on with your day.
Laughter rippled through the locker room at FedEx Field on Monday night and it depends on your perspective what that means.
Ryan Clark told ESPN Wednesday Roger Goodell’s failure to punish Colts owner Jim Irsay, who was arrested in March for allegedly driving while intoxicated, shows “the hypocrisy of the NFL.”
Safety Ryan Clark has made one thing clear since returning to Washington: he wants to wear No. 21 in practice, in memoriam of the late Sean Taylor, but he continues to get pushback from Redskins fans.