Jordan Reed has been dealing with a fractured toe throughout the season.
D.J. Swearinger stood by his comments about the Redskins’ lack of preparation on Wednesday, saying they weren’t made out of frustration.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell twice turned to Jerry Jones when asked about his relationship with the powerful Dallas Cowboys owner who tried to scuttle his contract extension.
News that the two-time NFL MVP was cleared medically to return from a collarbone injury finally arrived Tuesday night, coming a bit later than coach Mike McCarthy hoped – but well worth the wait for the playoff-hopeful Packers.
Multiple fake Web sites mimicking major outlets popped up Wednesday with pages saying that the Redskins changed their name to “Redhawks.”
Seems conflicts between cornerbacks and wideouts are simply unavoidable. It is a unique dynamic in NFL games week after week: On play after play, they match up 1-on-1, with plenty of grabbing and shoving and, yes, yapping mixed in. The tension escalates, especially if one is really outplaying the other.
Jordan Reed’s season is done. Now what?
The Washington Redskins shut down their star tight end on Tuesday.
A New Orleans Saints season ticket holder is suing the team over some of its players protesting during the national anthem.
A top New York union leader blasted city officials for allowing former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick to meet with inmates Tuesday at Rikers Island, predicting the visit would only encourage violence against corrections officers.
What if the Redskins got the wrong Bengals coordinator?
Washington Redskins safety Su’a Cravens wants to return to football in 2018 after sitting out this entire season.