In a pre-draft press conference Monday, Washington’s general manager said he hopes to stockpile as many quality players as possible to create competition entering 2015.
General manager Scot McCloughan walked up to the podium Monday at noon in Redskins Park and announced that the Redskins would pick up the fifth-year option on Griffin, keeping him with the team through 2016.
With the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots at the White House, President Obama couldn’t resist poking fun at their notorious “deflate-gate” controversy.
A federal judge has approved a plan to resolve thousands of NFL concussion lawsuits that could cost the league $1 billion over 65 years.
Washington will open its season at home against the Dolphins and finish with back-to-back division games on the road against the Eagles and the Cowboys.
McCloughan came to Washington with a long list of testimonials from NFL insiders and observers as perhaps one of the best talent evaluators in the league. But how do we judge that?
The two-month offseason workout program that will carry the Redskins into training camp began on Monday with strength and conditioning training and, according to two players, nearly everybody in attendance.
In his first public comments since he entered a treatment facility on Jan. 28, the Browns quarterback apologized and acknowledged he has a long way to go to win back people’s respect.
Commissioner Roger Goodell sent the Minnesota Vikings star a letter on Thursday advising him of his reinstatement. Peterson missed most of last season while facing child abuse charges in Texas.
Forbath, the Redskins’ kicker, made 24 of 27 field goals for last season, his third with the team. Washington had extended the contract offer in February.
Aaron Hernandez, the former New England Patriots star, was found guilty Wednesday of first-degree murder, sealing the downfall of an athlete who once had a $40 million contract and a standout career ahead of him.
The Pittsburgh Steelers announced the star safety’s retirement on Friday following a spectacular 12 seasons in the NFL that included eight Pro Bowls, four first-team All-Pro selections and two Super Bowl rings.