With the NFL combine set to begin Tuesday in Indianapolis, one of the key topics sure to be discussed is whether the Washington Redskins will seriously consider trading the No. 2 pick -- and the presumed chance to draft Ohio State pass rusher Chase Young.
The latest news and analysis of the Washington Redskins season.
The NFL is mulling serious changes to its playoff format, which would expand the field to 14 teams instead of 12 and get rid of a bye for the No. 2 seed in each conference. Would that have affected the Redskins' playoff possibilities in past years? Let's take a look.
By releasing cornerback Josh Norman and wide receiver Paul Richardson, the Redskins cleared $15 million off the books for next season. With an abundance of needs this offseason, here's what freeing up that money can do for the Redskins:
The Washington Redskins continued to reshape their roster Friday, releasing wide receiver Paul Richardson after just two seasons.
According to multiple reports, Williams had a "positive conversation" recently with new Redskins coach Ron Rivera, who is trying to repair the left tackle's fractured relationship with the franchise. But there are hurdles that have to be cleared before fans can expect to see Williams in a Redskins uniform again.
The Washington Redskins officially announced the hiring of Jennifer King as a full-time coaching intern Monday to become the first female coach in the franchise's history and the first black female to serve in the role in league history.
Washington's handling of Haskins has ignited a debate across the sports world, with commentators like ESPN's Mike Greenberg, host of the network's morning program "Get Up," calling the Redskins' treatment of their quarterback "the definition of how to ruin a young player."
This new beginning on Saturday was like a kite in the park on a sunny February afternoon -- full of fun and families, culminating in a 31-19 win for the home team.
The Washington Redskins can expect a calm, insightful demeanor as they look to hire Jennifer King, who would become the first female assistant coach in franchise history and the first black female full-time assistant in NFL history. Redskins coach Ron Rivera is expected to add King to his staff as an offensive assistant after working together previously in Carolina, according to multiple reports,
The XFL is the latest enterprise trying to do what's never been done -- establish a popular, profitable spring football league. Interviews with a dozen players, coaches and executives portrayed an optimistic group of men confident that the XFL won't meet the same fate as the AAF.
On Saturday, Zorn will make his return to the District when the Seattle Dragons take on the DC Defenders at Audi Field in the XFL's debut. Once the coach of the Redskins from 2008 to 2009, the now 66-year-old is getting his first opportunity to be a head coach since his dismissal.
With the NFL season officially over, sportsbooks have re-released their Super Bowl odds for next year -- and the Redskins rank at the bottom of the list. Bovada is pegging Washington as 150-1 underdogs to win it all in 2020, while others like BetOnline and SportsBetting.Ag have the Redskins last at 100-1.
The solution, the former LSU star figures, begins with putting in the offseason work.
There are many different ways an athlete can announce their retirement. They can give an emotional press conference, for example, or post on social media that they're calling it a career. Vernon Davis, though, had a different idea.
On Friday, Settles and a friend will head to Miami for Super Bowl 54 after winning two tickets to Sunday's game through two military associations (The USAA and American Veterans). A die-hard Redskins fan, he'll even get a chance to meet with Rivera when Washington's coach is scheduled to visit with military members on Saturday.
Redskins owner Dan Snyder made a 'veiled threat' during a meeting with Maryland lawmakers over talks for the team's next stadium that fell on "deaf ears," according to a new report.
Former Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden is close to finalizing a deal to become Jacksonville's offensive coordinator.
Before the Washington Redskins drafted Dwayne Haskins, their first big quarterback move of 2019 was to trade for Case Keenum. Now, Keenum's time in Washington is likely over.
To Jack Del Rio, there's an easy way to see what went wrong for Redskins' defense in 2019. All one has to do is watch the film.
The 21-year-old woman who Redskins safety Montae Nicholson and a friend brought to a Loudoun County hospital died from accidentally overdosing on fentanyl, an autopsy revealed.
Ron Rivera isn't the first Redskins coach under owner Dan Snyder to inherit a quarterback situation complicated by expectations, entitlements and front-office concerns.
The estranged Pro Bowl left tackle is a symbol of everything that was wrong with the Redskins under the direction of team president Bruce Allen.
The Washington Redskins are expected to hire Carolina Panthers coordinator Scott Turner for the same role, according to multiple reports.
The New York Giants are hiring Joe Judge to be their new head coach following the firing of Pat Shurmur, multiple reports said Tuesday.
Ron Rivera has brought on three assistants who were with him in Carolina: receivers coach Jim Hostler, offensive line coach John Matsko and linebackers coach Steve Russ. Another hire, trainer Ryan Vermillion, also comes from the Panthers.
What could go wrong? Of course, you know the answer.
The Dallas Cowboys' "will-they-or-won't they" drama with Jason Garrett officially ended with the coach's firing Sunday.
Dressed in a gray suit, wearing a burgundy tie and a Redskins pin, Ron Rivera hardly needed the microphone in front of him. His voice carried throughout the auditorium, his tone rising as he spoke about the reasons he took the job.
Ron Rivera wanted to make one thing clear Thursday when introduced as the Washington Redskins' next coach: He didn't come here for the money.
The Washington Redskins officially announced the Ron Rivera's hiring to become their next coach Wednesday and will introduce him at a press conference Thursday at 2 p.m.
The Carolina Panthers will be on the Washington Redskins' schedule in 2020, setting up an old-fashioned revenge game for Ron Rivera against the team that he coached for most of the last nine years.
As head coaching candidate Ron Rivera visited Washington on Monday, players weighed in on the old-school NFL veteran -- speaking highly of the former Carolina Panthers coach who is now seen as the front-runner for the job in Ashburn.
Look, I'm sorry to be the guy at the party blowing out the candles, but any reasonable person would have to have their memory banks wiped clean to believe that hiring Ron Rivera will then translate to the respect and results that Dan Snyder has futilely searched for during his ownership. Redskins Park is the elephant graveyard of the NFL, where careers go to die.
The Washington Redskins aren't the only team searching for a coach. The NFL's annual Black Monday resulted in the New York Giants firing Pat Shurmur after two seasons. The Cleveland Browns, on the other hand, didn't even wait until Monday to fire coach Freddie Kitchens, letting him go on Sunday.
Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder fired longtime confidant and team president Bruce Allen on Monday after a decade of "winning off the field" while losing on it, as the franchise looks for a fresh start with former Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera.
The Washington Redskins fired Larry Hess, their head trainer of 17 years, NBC Sports Washington reported.
Josh Norman isn't buying into the speculation that he's played his last game for the Washington Redskins.
The Washington Redskins are expected to hire Ron Rivera to become their next coach, according to multiple reports. With Rivera interviewing for the position on Monday, here's what you need to know about him:
The Washington Redskins fired team president Bruce Allen on Monday, putting an end to a 10-year tenure that featured years of losing, consistent turmoil and an era in which the team's fans grew increasingly uninterested and apathetic.
Ron Rivera will meet with the Washington Redskins to discuss their head coaching vacancy.
With their blowout loss to the Dallas Cowboys in Week 17, the Washington Redskins finished the season 3-13 and clinched the second overall pick in the 2020 NFL draft.
Sunday's contest, in many ways, took a back seat to the decisions the Redskins are expected to announce over the next 24 hours. Team president Bruce Allen, who has long drawn the ire of fans, will reportedly be stripped of his control over Washington's football operations. Interim coach Bill Callahan will almost certainly be fired.
The AFC playoff seeding is set, while the NFC picture is getting much clearer as Week 17 winds down. The Tennessee Titans clinched the final wild card berth in the AFC.
There is the school of thought that if Allen is anywhere in the building, he will undermine the new arrivals. See Scot McCloughan. See Brian Lafemina. It is a school of thought shared by many in the #FireBruceAllen movement who are longer by fooled by Snyder's deceptions.
The New England Patriots broke out a play designed for linebacker-turned-fullback Elandon Roberts, which turned into an impressive 38-yard touchdown.
After Sunday's season finale against the Dallas Cowboys, the franchise faces a significant roster overhaul this offseason. Add in what is likely to be new coaching staff -- and possibly a new front office -- and it would seem the Redskins are years away from relevancy. But this is the NFL, where a flailing team that makes the right moves can -- occasionally, amazingly -- engineer a complete U-turn.
Sammy Baugh was not just one of the greatest quarterbacks in NFL history, but one of the best players, period.
It's late December, and Bruce Allen is celebrating this holiday like he did the last 10 Christmases, as the Redskins' top football executive.
Quarterbacks Eli Manning and Daniel Jones and a couple of teammates had a little fun at a northern New Jersey bar Sunday night, hours after the Giants beat the Washington Redskins 41-35 for their second straight victory.
Right now, the Redskins are sitting in the No. 2 slot for the NFL draft -- a position that could make Christmases merrier for years to come for the franchise and its beleaguered fans.
Lamar Jackson and several other starters will sit in the Baltimore Ravens' Week 17 game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, coach John Harbaugh announced Monday.
Dwayne Haskins suffered a high-ankle sprain against the New York Giants -- though it is still unclear if he'll be available for next week's finale against the Dallas Cowboys.
At the end of the 2010s and the dawn of a new decade, a former NFL crown jewel now may have to face a stunning new question: Are the Washington Redskins in long-term trouble?
No matter how much you abhor the thought and shudder at the possible consequences, you might concede that beleaguered team president Bruce Allen was (swallow hard) right. Washington IS close.
Add this to the series of red flags that should worry Redskins fans when it comes to the exact nature of the relationship between Snyder and the rookie the owner -- not Redskins personnel -- insisted on drafting with the team's 15th pick in the first round.
The Redskins had done it. Backed up at their own goal line, Case Keenum had successfully navigated a 99-yard drive and helped score a touchdown with less than a minute left.
More than a half-hour after the Redskins' 41-35 overtime loss to the New York Giants, Dwayne Haskins emerged from the Redskins' training room with a medical boot around his ankle. The brace was on his left foot, the one opposite he had hurt weeks ago against the Green Bay Packers.
The Cincinnati Bengals locked up the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft next April with an overtime loss to the Miami Dolphins Sunday, while the Washington Redskins are the favorites to land the No. 2 pick after their own overtime loss.
On an afternoon when their franchise quarterback went down with an ankle injury, it was the final seconds of Sunday's 41-35 overtime loss to the New York Giants that hurt most for the Washington Redskins.
Dwayne Haskins left Sunday's Washington Redskins game against the New York Giants with a left ankle injury and is questionable to return.
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A year-by-year timeline of the Washington Redskins' most memorable gaffes and shortcomings of the 2010s, marking the 10-year anniversary of the hiring of team president and former general manager Bruce Allen.