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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Nick Williams
The Redskins have some need at wide receiver but they won't know how much until training camp.
After a dismal season on special teams in 2013, the Redskins figure to make some big changes to personnel this offseason. Who stays and who goes?
Redskins position outlook: Pierre Garcon will be at the top of the wide receiver depth chart in September but who lines up with him remains to be seen.
London Fletcher is taking a slightly lighter workload as he winds down his career.
Snap counts vs. the Falcons including a light workload for London Fletcher.
Who played how much for the Redskins against the Giants? Rich Tandler takes a look.
Although the matchup isn't quite what everyone expected it to be seven months ago, there's still a lot at stake for both the 49ers and Redskins.
When Richard Crawford went down with a season-ending knee injury, few could guess what a significant impact his loss would make, especially on special teams.
After being scratched from the lineup Sunday, wide receiver Josh Morgan seems likely to make his return Monday night against the 49ers.
Rookie Nick Williams dropped the ball -- literally -- in his debut as the Redskins' punt returner. Will he get another shot?
Nick Foles completed 17 of 26 passes for 298 yards and the Philadelphia Eagles snapped a 10-game home losing streak by defeating the Washington Redskins 24-16 on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field.
Once again the Washington Redskins dug themselves a hole that they could not escape. They came close on Sunday afternoon against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. But a fourth-quarter rally ended in the arms of Eagles cornerback Brandon Boykin in the Philadelphia end zone.
The Redskins had the ball down a TD with a chance to tie the game with less than 30 seconds left, but one ill-advised throw from Robert Griffin III later, Washington fell to 3-7.
It's not exactly the tortoise and the hare, this second-round NCAA matchup between flamboyant Mississippi and wary Wisconsin.
Williams added: "I would have liked to play better in a few areas. But it was my first time. Got my feet wet. Now it's time to build on it."
"I have to do a better job there," Williams said after the game. "I misread the one ball [on the fumble]. I just got to learn from it."