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Washington Moved Furniture When They Should Have Cleaned House

In the most anti-climactic personnel move of the 2019 NFL season, the Washington Redskins relieved Jay Gruden of his coaching responsibilities on Monday morning. This was a shock to absolutely no one as those rumors had been circulating for quite some time. Gruden’s tenure in Washington was extremely turbulent to say the least with apparent tension with the front office… Read More
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Redskins Face an Uphill Battle After Starting the Season 0-3

The Washington Redskins have gotten off to an underwhelming start this season to say the least. They’ve already suffered two divisional losses and can complete the trifecta this Sunday against the Giants. A loss at MetLife Stadium to a team without it’s star running back and an unheralded rookie under center might prove more embarrassing than their most recent debacle… Read More
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Cavanaugh has a strategy for Washington’s stable of backs

The Redskins are heading into training camp with a boatload of talent in their offensive backfield. From Mack Brown, the UDFA who shined in a late season game against the Chicago Bears, to Robert Kelley, the UDFA who took hold of the starting spot after his performance against the Cincinnati Bengals in the middle of 2016. Outside of the two… Read More
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Washington Enters Phase 3 of the NFL offseason

The Redskins, along with the rest of the NFL, is soon entering “Phase 3” of the NFL’s offseason process under the most recent collective bargaining agreement. This phase of the offseason entails OTA offseason workouts and Mandatory Minicamps. Offseason Workouts for the Redskins are held May 23-25, 30-31, June 1, and 5-8. OTAs are simply training sessions that helps the development… Read More