By John Solomon
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The Washington Redskins continued the sweeping change at the wide receiver position Friday night in keeping seven on their final roster.
Kirk Cousins grew up a Chicago Bears fan and remembers going to Soldier Field as a kid. He and his father, Don, froze their way through subzero temperatures to watch the Bears, and quarterback Rex Grossman, beat the Atlanta Falcons one Sunday night in December 2005.
Dezmon Briscoe put up numbers last season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that would have made him among the top wide receivers with the Washington Redskins: 35 catches including six touchdowns.
Picture Peyton Manning in a Washington Redskins uniform. Just entertain the possibility, even though there's no telling if it'll ever happen. Would he have to slip Terrence Austin a few bucks to gain proprietary rights to the number 18? So many thoughts rush through your head.
Darrel Young kept the football from his first career NFL touchdown last season, and he made sure to get the one he carried into the end zone Sunday in the Washington Redskins' 23-10 win over the New York Giants.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 27-24 overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
The wheels have fallen off the Washington Redskins' train after a promising start. What's that? You bought your plane ticket for the February trip to Indianapolis back in early October? Ouch.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 19-11 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
Terrence Austin stood in solitude at his stall inside a quiet Washington Redskins' locker room late Sunday afternoon, stewing over his mistakes that contributed to their 19-11 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins’ offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 23-0 loss to the Buffalo Bills.
Niles Paul hasn't even played half of an NFL season yet, but he already is hearing taunts from opposing defenders. "Is that all you do is block?" Paul, the Washington Redskins' rookie receiver, recalled with a laugh this week. "I make sure I get them back for saying that."
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' offense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of the 33-20 loss to the Carolina Panthers.
Leonard Hankerson shuffled through the hallway outside the locker room at Redskins Park on Thursday morning with a backpack slung over his left shoulder. His presence was required in a meeting upstairs in six minutes, barely enough time to chat.
Finally, the Washington Redskins know who their starting quarterback will be Sunday when they open the season against the New York Giants. Now it's a matter of who will catch the ball.
The Washington Redskins have nine rookies on the 53-man roster, but their group of veterans is deep also - when healthy. Monday represented some semblance of good news in that department as tight end Chris Cooley and safeties LaRon Landry and Oshiomogho Atogwe practiced.
"The other day, one of the guys mentioned to me how he's like a computer, and I guess you can kind of see that," wide receiver Terrence Austin said. "What I like about him is he'll ask you questions about what you're thinking on your route so he can kind of connect it. He has a strong arm, he's mobile and he's real smart. I'm impressed with him so far."