Although the Washington Redskins have a new special teams coach in Keith Burns, the unit is hardly starting over. Plenty of familiar faces are returning.
The Washington Redskins made a modest start to the NFL’s free agency period by bringing back their punter and a defensive lineman.
With the pick of a potential franchise quarterback in Robert Griffin III came the promise of an offense which could be more than perennially stagnant. Well, the Redskins finally have their offense but not before the defense took a complete nosedive into the tank.
The Redskins held their first practice as they prepare for the St. Louis Rams on Sunday and an opportunity to go 2-0.
Redskins players opened up about the Week One success of Robert Griffin III and whether being on the Sports Illustrated cover will prevent and encore.
The career of a NFL long-snapper often goes overlooked. However, Nick Sundberg of the Washington Redskins drew plenty of attention Sunday after he continued to play after breaking his arm against the New Orleans Saints.
Redskins’ punter Sav Rocca talks about his strategy for facing his former team and what he thinks about the teams struggles on offense.
Washington couldn’t finish the job last night in Dallas, but the Redskins are still in a very good position.
Landover, MD-The Redskins raise their record to 2-0 for the first time since 2007 defeating the Arizona Cardinals at FedEx Field 22-21.
Ashburn, VA-The Redskins held their annual fan appreciation day in front of a packed crowd at Redskins Park.