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  • Rocky McIntosh (52) of the Washington Redskins runs back an interception intended for Terrell Owens of the Dallas Cowboys in the second quarter.
(Joseph Silverman / The Washington Times)

    McIntosh finally signs with Redskins

    Linebacker Rocky McIntosh has finally signed his one-year contract with the Washington Redskins, barely beating an NFL deadline.


  • This date in Redskins history

    This date in Redskins history


  • Peter Lockley / The Washington Times
Coach Jim Zorn has called the plays for an offense that ranks 29th in the NFL in scoring through six weeks.

    Cerrato: Zorn will finish year

    Redskins coach will remain in place for rest of season, front office chief says » Knott: The joke is on this franchise» Cerrato takes on Largent » Poll: Good call to keep Zorn?» Herman Edwards piles on


  • **FILE** Washington Redskins QB Jason Campbell (Michael Connor/The Washington Times)

    Campbell to quarterback Eagles game

    The Washington Redskins will have a new play caller Monday night against Philadelphia, but they will not have a new starting quarterback.


  • Redskins keep Hall in the family

    John Riggins, the ultimate contrarian, chose Mr. Establishment, Paul Tagliabue. Joe Gibbs, ever a loyalist, picked his former boss, Don Coryell. George Allen's family had the late coach presented by one of the players who adored him, Deacon Jones.


  • James R. Brantley / The Washington Times Former Washington Redskins players Art Monk (left) and Darrell Green (right) will enter the Hall of Fame on Aug. 2.

    Redskins keep Hall in the family

    John Riggins, the ultimate contrarian, chose Mr. Establishment, Paul Tagliabue. Joe Gibbs, ever a loyalist, picked his former boss, Don Coryell. George Allen's family had the late coach presented by one of the players who adored him, Deacon Jones.


  • Fred Davis said meeting with coach Jim Zorn (left) after the incident felt "like going to the principal's office." (Peter Lockley/The Washington Times)

    Davis wakes up to new reality

    Rookie tight end Fred Davis' public mea culpa yesterday came 16 days after he overslept and missed the last day of the Washington Redskins' mandatory minicamp.


  • Receiver upgrade earns approval

    Jason Campbell saw firsthand last year how nagging injuries piled up on the Washington Redskins' receivers, limiting the options he had in the passing game.


  • For unstable franchise, a new coach to maroon

    Jim Zorn might as well have been named the interim coach of the Redskins.


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