In a conference call with Indianapolis reporters Wednesday morning, Redskins coach Jay Gruden confirmed that Colt McCoy will start at quarterback Sunday, with Robert Griffin III backing him up.
A look at the notable moments in Robert Griffin III’s journey from Heisman winner to No. 2 overall draft pick to losing his starting role in Washington.
Twenty-three years ago, my brother decided to start a fantasy football league. He apparently could only find eight other like-minded individuals, so he asked his 19-year-old, football-obsessed little brother if he would like to play.
The Redskins placed Tracy Porter on injured reserve, but three starters who didn’t practice last week — left tackle Trent Williams, tight end Jordan Reed and defensive lineman Chris Baker — were all limited participants.
Jared Nickens and Jake Layman scored 15 points apiece to lead a balanced attack, and Maryland beat No. 13 Iowa State 72-63 on Tuesday night in the championship game of the CBE Classic.
Whether Griffin remains the team’s long-term answer at quarterback is uncertain. Griffin has been woeful since returning from a dislocated left ankle in the Redskins’ loss at Minnesota on Nov. 2.
Surely, everybody can’t have a so-so night. At some point, in an NBA game, somebody has to develop that hot hand that leads one team or the other toward victory, right?
Alabama, Oregon, Florida State and Mississippi State remained the top four teams in the College Football Playoff rankings on Tuesday heading into a weekend when just about all the contenders are facing challenging rivals.
Griffin turned in one of the worst performances we’ve seen from a Redskins quarterback Sunday — even worse than his play the week before in a 27-7 loss to Tampa Bay at home.
It’s been nearly seven weeks since Jack Hillen last took the ice for the Washington Capitals, missing game after game after game as a healthy scratch and relegated to watching his teammates from the press box or the dressing room.
Veteran safety Ryan Clark cycles through four different playlists before each Sunday’s game, with the last one dedicated to a fallen teammate.
Sandoval helps fill a hole in the Red Sox lineup for a third baseman and a left-handed bat. Ramirez, who played shortstop and a little third base with the Marlins and Los Angeles Dodgers, is expected to move to left field.