Richmond, Va. – These early days of training camp for the Washington Redskins are bringing on a little Déjà vu. For fans that might remember some of the news from this past offseason’s OTAs and minicamps, the defense back then were showing a real dominance. This appears
Not that long ago, the Washington Redskins were considered by many football insiders to be a very old and not very athletic team. But the overhaul that general manager Scot McCloughan has accomplished has been remarkable. Over the last two years he has transformed the
In a tweet that posted a day before training camp began for the Washington Redskins, linebacker Junior Galette wrote a conciliatory message to the team. The team signed the free agent two days into last year’s training camp and a few days later he injured
Richmond, Va. – Washington Redskins Head Coach Jay Gruden addressed the media today for a pre-Training Camp press conference. As of the day, it had been two days since the team had been pretty much forced to waive promising young safety Kyshoen Jarrett on a
It was hard to tell for sure but when Washington Redskins Head Coach Jay Gruden answered a few of the questions sent his way during his pre-training camp press conference, he did it in a manner that indicated he wanted to put an end to the
In 2013, Head Coach Gus Bradley’s first year, the Jacksonville Jaguars had a record of 4-12. In 2014 General Manager David Caldwell began to start the process of changing the culture of the organization by drafting the building blocks needed to improve his football team.
There’s nothing like a good debate to get your adrenaline going. It’s even more fun when respect and admiration (i.e., “X’s and O’s) are part of the equation. Lake Lewis and I will be debating a topic weekly throughout the Washington Redskins 2016 campaign including