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  • Jabar Gaffney (10) of the Washington Redskins lands after a tackle by the Philadelphia Eagles' Nate Allen (29) during the first half of an NFL game on Sunday, Jan. 1, 2012, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Michael Perez)

    Redskins release wide receiver Gaffney

    The Washington Redskins have released Jabar Gaffney, their most productive wide receiver last season, according to a source with knowledge of the situation.


  • Washington Redskins wide receiver Jabar Gaffney has been encouraged to seek a trade, as he no longer fits in the team's plans. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

    Jabar Gaffney no longer fits in Redskins' future

    The Washington Redskins have encouraged Jabar Gaffney to seek a trade and continue his career elsewhere, the veteran receiver told several media outlets Wednesday.


  • Washington Redskins fullback Darrel Young (36) is tackled by New York Giants outside linebacker Michael Boley (59) and defensive tackle Linval Joseph during the third quarter. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

    Redskins-Giants film review: Offense

    A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 23-10 win over the New York Giants.


  • Redskins quarterback Rex Grossman threw two early interceptions last Sunday, but he rebounded to have a solid game in a 23-10 win at the New York Giants. (Associated Press)

    Redskins' Grossman undeterred by turnovers

    Resiliency is familiar to Rex Grossman. That's how the Washington Redskins quarterback has survived 82 turnovers in 52 career games.


  • Washington Redskins wide receiver Jabar Gaffney (10) celebrates a 9 yard touchdown with fans in the first quarter. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

    Redskins–Patriots film review: Offense

    A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins’ offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 34-27 loss to the New England Patriots.


  • Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Wilson (26) intercepts a pass intended for New England Patriots wide receiver Tiquan Underwood (10) in the end zone in the 4th quarter. (Andrew Harnik / The Washington Times)

    DALY: Today's NFL is a numbers game

    Since the NFL and AFL clasped hands in 1970, rosters in pro football have increased from 40 to 53 players. Throw in the practice squad, and there are 61 men immediately available nowadays to any team.


  • Washington Redskins wide receiver David Anderson (88) celebrates with Washington Redskins wide receiver Santana Moss (89) after catching a 6-yard touchdown pass during the third quarter. (Pratik Shah/The Washington Times)

    DALY: Where has this been all season?

    If the Washington Redskins played every game with the emotion they displayed Sunday against the New England Patriots, their season might have turned out differently. Not differently enough to put them in the playoffs, perhaps, but differently enough to cut down on the cries of despair from their fans as one defeat was piled atop another.


  • The Redskins' offense was humming along so well Sunday that even David Anderson, a receiver who was not on the roster at the beginning of the season, got into the scoring act with a 6-yard touchdown catch in the third quarter. While entertaining, much of the firepower can be attributed to the Patriots' pass defense, which has allowed many teams to score plenty of points. (Pratik Shah/The Washington Times)

    SNYDER: Don't be swayed by Redskins' scoring surge

    That certainly was fun, way more entertaining (and competitive) than anyone imagined. Too bad the Washington Redskins can't play New England every week.


  • Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis (83) is tackled by New York Jets outside linebacker Calvin Pace (back) and free safety Eric Smith (33) during fourth quarter. (Preston Keres/For The Washington Times)

    Redskins-Jets film review: Offense

    A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after rewatching the TV broadcast of their 34-19 loss to the New York Jets.


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