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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
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No longer speculation, Washington moves on from McCloughan

The week and month’s worth of rumors swirling around General Manager Scot McCloughan has finally come to a head, first reported by the Washington Post. The third year general manager for the Washington Redskins has been relieved of his duties. Since the 2016 season ended, speculation on McCloughan’s well-being started to be questioned by many once the media and fans caught wind... Read More
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Gruden Will Be The Key To Stability in 2017

There’s no doubt in anyone’s mind that Bruce Allen, Scot McCloughan, and Jay Gruden are all interconnected when discussing the current state of the Redskins roster. McCloughan is the talent evaluator and has majority control of the 53- man roster. Allen along with Eric Schaffer, deals with managing contracts and the cap. Lastly Gruden, is responsible for coaching up the... Read More
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15 players the Redskins need to target this offseason

The Redskins are coming into the 2017 season with an abundance of cap space as a team that is on the cusp of becoming a consistent presence in the NFC playoffs. Their success should create a destination that is attractive for a multitude of reasons. The offense created by Jay Gruden has become one of the most respected in the... Read More
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Redskins fill vacant spots on caching staff

The Washington Redskins announced on Monday that they have promoted OLB coach Greg Manusky and QBs coach Matt Cavanaugh to defensive and offensive coordinators respectively. In addition to the promotions, they announced the hiring of Jim Tomsula as the defensive line coach and Kevin O’Connell as the new Quarterback  coach. Here’s a brief background of each addition/promotion for the Redskins:... Read More
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Gruden: “You get what you deserve in pro football”

Sunday evening the Redskins were in a “win-and-you’re-in” scenario against the Giants, they failed to seize their opportunity as they lost 19-10. Washington went 2-4 in the final six games of the season, playing a huge role in a roller coaster of a season resulting in the final record of 8-7-1. New York dominated almost every category that mattered like time... Read More
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Chris Thompson Says This Team Lives for Moments like Sunday

“On the outside looking in you would think it’s more pressure, but we live for these moments, we want these moments to come around. It feels good to be playing for something opposed to 3 or 4 years ago where we weren’t playing for anything at this point so to be in a game like this, we enjoy these moments.”... Read More
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Reeling Eagles up next as Washington looks to close season strong

Washington’s biggest concern as they head into the final quarter of the season is their inability to stop opposing offenses. That hasn’t changed, especially after last week’s loss to Arizona. The defense’s inability to get stops has put added pressure on the offense to be perfect or at least very close to it. If the Redskins wish to regain that... Read More
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Another Week of Missed Opportunities For the Redskins

Washington leaves London with a tie against the Cincinnati Bengals and yet another week of missed scoring opportunities. There were also missed chances at turnovers, special team mishaps, and questionable play calls. The Redskins staff and players have heard that story over and over again eight weeks into the season, but this is the second consecutive game in which they... Read More
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