The right course of action for teams and rookie QBs -- including Washington and Haskins -- isn't one-size-fits-all. But that doesn't stop us from sharing hunches.
The latest news and analysis of the Washington Redskins season.
Charles Mann said he switched to from hoops to football as a kid because he was being called for too many fouls on the basketball court. "I fouled out too easily. You know, I liked being rough."
The D.C. Sports Hall of Fame's newly-inducted Class of 2019 was a collection of athletes, executives, coaches and writers that spanned nine sports, from horse racing to football to swimming. For the first time, it also included an entire team.
The Philadelphia Eagles have announced that they will charge fans to watch their team at training camp. Admission will cost $5 to $10. The teams says proceeds will go to charity. Still, the decision is so brazenly tone deaf that it manages to insult the idea of raising money for a good cause.
Redskins tight end Vernon Davis isn't worried about the gloomy predictions for the team's 2019 season.
Hall will appear on Good Morning Football, NFL Total Access and at on-location events like the Super Bowl.
"I'm pretty much a .500 quarterback in my career so far and I don't think that's where you want to be," former Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins said.
A first-round draft pick at quarterback, a hungry young defense loaded with potential and an All-Pro safety added through free agency. Plenty of reasons to be optimistic about the Redskins' upcoming season, right? Well ...
Spring ended when the Washington Redskins' OTAs wrapped up Wednesday. For Dwayne Haskins and Case Keenum, the 'end game' is on the horizon.
The Oakland Raiders -- not the Washington Redskins -- will be featured on HBO's "Hard Knocks" later this summer.
The outpouring of emotion for David Ortiz following the shooting of the former major league baseball star in the Dominican Republic was a reminder, or a lesson, in case we needed one, about how much a sports star can come to mean to a city.
With only one voluntary practice left before training camp, Haskins has become more comfortable as he adjusts to the NFL. But Haskins' development remains a work in progress -- which is partially why coach Jay Gruden said last week it would be "foolish" to determine a starting quarterback before training camp.
We may never know what the "truth" really is behind Trent Williams' absence. But it really doesn't matter. Damage has already been done.
Paul Richardson tried to gut it out. Last season, the Redskins wide receiver appeared in seven games while dealing with a shoulder injury.
When Norman returned to the Redskins for mandatory minicamp, the 31-year-old was active on the field. He often chatted with his new defensive backs coach Ray Horton. He traded playful jabs with coach Jay Gruden.
Wide receiver Terry McLaurin signed his rookie contract with the Washington Redskins Thursday, meaning all 10 rookies in the team's draft class have signed.
The latest evidence of Washington Redskins "stability" on the football side of the operation is on display now with the battle between their best player - left tackle Trent Williams - and the organization.
Washington tackle Trent Williams doesn't need any more leverage as he skips mandatory minicamp in hopes of a new contract.
What if we woke up one day and the unthinkable happened -- nobody really cared about sports?
Cam Sims' 3-year-old daughter helped the Redskins wide receiver in ways she was too young to comprehend. After his season was cut short one game into his rookie year, Sims kept his daughter often by his side -- focusing on her instead of his ankle injury.
The Washington Redskins' quarterbacks coach for the past two seasons, Kevin O'Connell was promoted to coordinator in January, while Matt Cavanaugh was retained but given a less weighty title of senior offensive assistant.
Redskins left tackle Trent Williams missed Washington's first day of practice at mandatory minicamp Tuesday over a contract dispute. The seven-time Pro Bowler wants a new deal with two years left on his contract.
Eight-year veteran Case Keenum has a considerable edge in NFL quarterbacking experience on the Redskins' No. 1 draft pick, Dwayne Haskins. But just like the rookie, he's new to coach Jay Gruden's offense. So it's not surprising that both quarterbacks have had some rocky moments so far in voluntary workouts.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden is not looking forward to the possibility of his team being on the upcoming HBO "Hard Knocks" NFL series.
Known for ball-hawking ability at James Madison, rookie cornerback Jimmy Moreland has already grabbed four interceptions at OTAs, three on Wednesday and one on May 20.
The Washington Redskins have signed first-round pick Montez Sweat to his rookie contract.
Josh Doctson needed an outlet away from football. The first two years of his career had not gone as planned, and the Redskins wide receiver admitted Wednesday he felt the pressure of living up to the high expectations that come with being a first-round draft pick.
"If we don't make the playoffs, I probably won't be here anyway," said Jay Gruden, who broke out in laughter. "They can do what they want."
The legend of Coach Gibbs was perhaps solidified at a level unprecedented by anyone else who ever called himself coach when the news came out last week that Gibbs was elected to NASCAR Hall of Fame last week.
The Washington Redskins on Wednesday signed veteran linebacker Jon Bostic after Reuben Foster suffered a season-ending torn ACL.
Jonathan Allen and the rest of the Redskins' defensive line have a motto. It applies in the weight room, on the practice field and anywhere the unit can take a step forward.
A team that has done nothing and gone nowhere for two decades, a team that supposedly likes its head coach, who is in the final year of his contract, a team with a brand new rookie quarterback who has been crowned after just a few snaps in voluntary workouts and a new veteran quarterback who came over in a trade -- should show up for all workouts from Day 1, voluntary or not.
Every snap in the Redskins' quarterback competition is an opportunity to impress. At Monday's OTA session, veteran Case Keenum got the first series of reps and then first-rounder Dwayne Haskins would take the field, repeating the same plays over again.
Adrian Peterson and Josh Norman were among the high-profile names not in attendance for Monday's OTA session, but coach Jay Gruden emphasized these are still voluntary workouts.
Massage tables, zero gravity chairs, a laser-therapy table that looks like a tanning bed, a cryotherapy chamber and giant float pods make up the Washington Redskins' state-of-the-art rest and recovery room. Combined with advanced mattress and pillow technology, it's all part of Washington's pursuit of better injury prevention and recovery after no NFL team put more players on season-ending injured reserve over the past two years combined.
Turns out that according to TMZ, Redskins owner Dan Snyder was in Italy at the same time, reportedly on his new $180 million yacht. We didn't run into each other.
Dwayne Haskins knows Terry McLaurin well. Besides being college teammates at Ohio State, they're now roommates after they were drafted by the Washington Redskins. McLaurin, though, isn't the only receiver who seems to have a connection with Haskins.
Coach Jay Gruden said he was impressed with rookie Dwayne Haskins, who drew quite the crowd in the session to open to reporters and select fans. Haskins connected often with third-rounder and former college teammate Terry McLaurin and sixth-rounder Kelvin Harmon.
The Washington Redskins announced Thursday they have signed eight of their 10 draft picks, including first-round quarterback Dwayne Haskins.
Speaking with reporters for the first time since being traded to Washington, Keenum said he's ready to compete for the Redskins' starting job this summer.
The Redskins informed Josh Doctson they will not pick up his fifth-year option ahead of Friday's deadline for teams to do so for 2016 first-rounders. That means Doctson will now be a free agent after the 2019 season.
The Redskins have been widely praised for last week's draft that saw the franchise take quarterback Dwayne Haskins at No. 15 without having to trade up, followed by a move to jump back into the first round for Montez Sweat, a pass rusher many consider a top 10 talent.
The Washington Redskins ultimately chose to draft a quarterback instead of trading for Josh Rosen last week -- taking Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins with the 15th pick. But the Arizona Cardinals reportedly called Washington to gauge their interest in Rosen on draft night.
Montez Sweat was at a Top Golf with 40 to 50 members of his family and friends when his slide on draft night began. Once expected to be a top 10 pick, the 22-year-old edge rusher watched as each pick went by, only for his name not to be called.
Every NFL team stresses they'll take the best player available on their board, but the Washington Redskins had clear objectives in this year's draft: They wanted to upgrade their offense and wanted to add speed.
Pro Football Focus had an evaluation of the Redskins' draft: "Draft Grade: Excellent." What could go wrong?
During his pre-draft visit with the Washington Redskins, Dwayne Haskins went out for a steakhouse dinner with coach Jay Gruden and other members of the organization. Over the course of the evening, the parties got to know each other. Haskins, for instance, got a taste of Gruden's quick-witted sense of humor.
The Washington Redskins concluded their draft Saturday with two selections in the seventh round, taking cornerback Jimmy Moreland with the 227th overall pick and defensive Jordan Brailford with the 253rd pick.
The Washington Redskins drafted another wide receiver in this year's NFL draft, adding North Carolina State wideout Kelvin Harmon in the sixth round.
After Ross Pierschbacher was drafted, he received a FaceTime call from Shaun Dion Hamilton. The two played together at Alabama and now are set to be teammates again.
With two picks in the fourth round of the NFL draft, the Redskins selected Stanford running back Bryce Love and Indiana guard Wes Martin.
The Washington Redskins addressed another major need on the roster Friday, drafting Ohio State wide receiver Terry McLaurin with the 76th overall pick in the third round of the NFL draft.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden said quarterback Dwayne Haskins will have the chance to compete for the starting job after Washington took him with the 15th overall pick.
The Washington Redskins chose Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins No. 15 overall in the NFL draft, likely cementing their quarterback of the future. But not everybody in the Redskins' orbit was happy with the choice.
The Washington Redskins' last first-round quarterback took a thinly-veiled shot at the team Thursday night upon drafting Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins.
When Alex Smith went down with a broken leg last November, it was obvious to many the Washington Redskins would again be in the market for a quarterback -- specifically one they could tout as the future of the franchise. On the first night of the NFL draft, the Redskins believe they found their man.
The Redskins are reportedly targeting quarterback Dwayne Haskins in Thursday's first round of the NFL draft, but not everyone within the organization apparently feels that is the right choice.
The "final" versions of several experts' mock drafts Thursday almost invariably predict the Washington Redskins will select a quarterback in the first round, although the specific prospect varies.
On the eve of the NFL draft, rumors always run wild. And for the Washington Redskins' that was especially true Wednesday.
It's possible that Arizona's best offers will come after Murray is off the board, essentially putting Rosen on the market against the likes of Ohio State's Dwayne Haskins, Missouri's Drew Lock and Duke's Daniel Jones.