12:16 PM EDT, Wed October 01, 2014

DC Sports Bog: Packers team president says NFL owners have had high-level discussions about Redskins name

Packers team President Mark Murphy has been among the NFL executives most willing to discuss the Redskins name issue in recent years. “I don’t know if there is any way you can change Redskins,” the former Redskins safety said last summer. “The owner, Dan Snyder, has come out very strong that he will never change the name. But I am sensitive. It’s a name that’s very derogatory to a lot of people.” Read full article >>
Mike Jones / Washington Post 3 hours ago

Redskins Blog: Unlike Redskins, Seahawks thrive in prime time contests

The Seattle Seahawks come to FedEx Field on Monday night not only as defending Super Bowl champions, but also as the NFL’s winningest team under bright lights of Monday Night Football. Seattle is 20-8 all-time on MNF, a winning percentage of .714, and enters its game at FedEx on an eight-game winning streak on Monday nights. Read full article >>

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CSN Washington 18 mins ago

Redskins call audible on RG3's approach to rehab

This time around RG3 and the Redskins are taking a different approach to his recovery timeline.
CSN Washington 2 hours ago

OPEN THREAD: How will Kirk Cousins respond to Giants game?

Learning from the Giants loss is the key for Kirk Cousins if Washington can respond with a good effort against the Seahawks next Monday night.

Young hopes Redskins can snap prime time drought, start turnaround

As they come off of one nationally televised game and prepare for another, the Washington Redskins hope to end a long-run of embarrassments while also trying to pick up their second victory. Last Thursday’s 45-14 throttling at the hands of the New York Giants represented the Redskins’ sixth consecutive loss in prime time games. And […]
Mike Jones / Washington Post 5 hours ago

Redskins Blog: Young hopes Redskins can snap prime time drought, start turnaround

As they come off of one nationally televised game and prepare for another, the Washington Redskins hope to end a long-run of embarrassments while also trying to pick up their second victory. Last Thursday’s 45-14 throttling at the hands of the New York Giants represented the Redskins’ sixth consecutive loss in prime time games. Read full article >>
CSN Washington 5 hours ago

Where are we? The state of the Redskins in Week 5

State of the Redskins Week 5: Who are the MVP's? What are the major storylines? Our weekly look at where the Redskins sit.
CSN Washington 11 hours ago

VIDEO: Redskins help promote Play 60

Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris were amongst a group of Redskins helping to promote the Play 60 campaign.
CSN Washington 16 hours ago

Week 4 stats: Cousins as bad as he was good

Nothing went right for the Redskins in an embarrassing 45-14 loss to the Giants at home. Kirk Cousins was as remarkable in week 4 as in week 3, albeit for opposite reasons.
Washington Post 17 hours ago

Reid: Redskins might find that neither Robert Griffin III nor Kirk Cousins is the answer

While Kirk Cousins refocuses on trying to complete passes to teammates instead of opponents, there’s a lot to consider in the Washington Redskins’ quarterback debate. Robert Griffin III or Cousins was expected to emerge with the long-term job. But after Griffin suffered yet another serious injury and Cousins took a step backward recently, another choice may be correct: none of the above. Read full article >>
CSN Washington 20 hours ago

Gruden reacts to Giants loss: Thank goodness it only counts once

Last Thursday's Redskins loss to the Giants got ugly. Jay Gruden recognized that, but pointed out that "thank goodness" that game only counts once.
CSN Washington 20 hours ago

Redskins Park news and notes--Gruden tight-lipped on injuries

Need to Know: Tuesday news and notes from Redskins Park including Gruden giving us no more information that he was required to regarding injuries.
Mike Jones / Washington Post 21 hours ago

Redskins Blog: Jordan Reed returns to practice in limited capacity

Sidelined since his Week 1 hamstring strain, tight end Jordan Reed returned to practice Tuesday morning and said although it’s still early, he hopes to play Monday night when the Redskins host the Seattle Seahawks. Teammates Trent Williams and Niles Paul also said they hope to play next Monday. Read full article >>
CSN Washington 21 hours ago

Jordan Reed takes steps towards returning

Jordan Reed rejoined his teammates on the practice field Tuesday and participated in individual drills for the first time in three weeks.
Mike Jones / Washington Post 22 hours ago

Redskins Blog: Jay Gruden’s Redskins focus on themselves, not Seahawks, as practices resume

The Washington Redskins returned to the practice fields after receiving the past four days off to recharge following last Thursday’s blowout loss to the Giants. Players described the practice session as rigorous and a bit jarring. Coaches didn’t ease them back into action. Instead, they started the cracking the whip right away. Read full article >>

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