Redskins Place Roy Helu On Injured ReserveThe Washington Redskins placed Roy Helu on injured reserve Wednesday morning, cutting short his 2012 campaign.
Elfin: Redskins Rolling The Dice With Running Back CorpsIt's not uncommon for Mike Shanahan to carry a collection of young ball-carriers on a team and go with the hot hand, but if the Redskins find out they don't have a number one running back on this offense after cutting Tim Hightower, it could be catastrophic to RGIII's passing game.
Redskins: Mike Shanahan, Roy Helu And Bubble PlayersThe Redskins finished off the preseason 3-1 as Kirk Cousins passed for 222 yards to lead the Washington to a 30-3 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Shanahan Has Gut Feeling Helu Won't Face Chicago BearsMike Shanahan has a gut feeling Roy Helu won't play Saturday against the Chicago Bears. The second-year Washington Redskins running back has been slowed by Achilles tendonitis of late.
Washington Redskins Training Camp Day 2 Afternoon: Shanahan, Garçon, Helu, Alexander And MossAshburn, VA-RG3 looked sharp today as the Redskins held their second training camp practice this afternoon in a cool 88 degrees compared to almost 100 yesterday.
Holden & Danny: Niles Paul Reveals Uncle Ahman Green Convinced Him To Give Football Another Try
Roy Helu: RGIII And Andrew Luck Would Both Be A Good FitHelu isn't 100 percent confident Robert Griffin III will be the Redskins' draft choice in April. Then again, he's not completely sold the Heisman Trophy winner won't be.
Elfin: Redskins Rushing Attack Looks Promising In 2012Even though they struggled badly at times this season, the Redskins have reason to head into 2012 feeling good about their running attack.
Redskins Sweep GiantsThe Redskins sweep the Giants for the first time since 1999 beating them 23-10 in New York and going to 5-9 on the season.
Can Roy Helu Be A Workhorse? Roy Helu has proven to be a capable of NFL running back but can he be a workhorse or the Washington Redskins? Grant Paulsen examines that very question.
Patriots Pass By RedskinsLandover, MD-For the first time all season the Redskins defense gave up 300 yards in the air as Tom Brady threw for 357 yards and three touchdowns in the New England Patriots 34-27 win over the Washington Redskins.