The additions of London Fletcher and Ryan Kerrigan to Robert Griffin III, Trent Williams and Lorenzo Alexander give Washington five Pro Bowl players for the first time since 1996.
The Washington Redskins started their on-field preparation today for the Seattle Seahawks as they’ll host their first home playoff game since January of 2000.
Following a dismal 3-6 start to the season, the Washington Redskins have completed one of the most remarkable turnarounds in NFL history to win the NFC East and earn their first trip to the playoffs since 2007.
The Redskins held their second day of practice today as they prepare for the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday and are getting healthier.
Robert Griffin III and the rest of the Washington Redskins had their first practice today as they prepare to play the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football for the NFC East title.
Trent Williams did something a lot of miscreants don’t do. He owned up to his mistake, didn’t hide in a shell of denial or blame his problems on others. The third-year left tackle did not want to be remembered as a dope-head.
Robert Griffin III was limited in practice today after sustaining a grade one LCL sprain to his right knee last Sunday against the Baltimore Ravens.
The Redskins have won three in a row, all against NFC East foes, and are right in the middle of the playoff hunt as they defeat the New York Giants 17-16 on Monday Night Football.
London Fletcher and Trent Williams are both active and should start Monday night as the Washington Redskins host the New York Giants.
The Washington Redskins opened their locker room to the media Wednesday morning as they continue to prepare for the New York Giants on Monday night.