Redskins players share their favorite gift they've ever received during the Holiday season.
As the Redskins prepare for their matchup against Dallas on Thanksgiving, some players reflect on their favorite things about the holiday.
Notable Redskins went out and about in the Virginia area handing out tickets to fans for upcoming home games.
Another big week for the Redskins as they look to add another W to their resume. Defense will be key for the Redskins to come out on top against the Houston Texans explosive offense.
Undoubtedly one of the biggest keys this week for the Redskins will be keeping Atlanta's success through the air to a minimum. Jay Gruden says the pass rush will be key in doing so.
After leaving the Week 3 win over the Packers early with a concussion, Morgan Moses is ready to go for Monday night against the Saints and he's confident Washington's running game is only getting better.
For the Redskins to have success this season, they'll need to look more like the Week 1 version of themselves compared to Week 2. That consistency, Ryan Kerrigan says, could lead to big things.
Washington Redskins running back Chris Thompson had a big impact in the win on Sunday coming off of last season's injury.
The Redskins along with the rest of the NFL, cut down their roster from 90 to 53 players Saturday. Barring other changes, this will be the roster Washington takes to Arizona for the season opener next week.
Redskins.com breaks down the battle for the 53-man roster and how hard the battle at the running back position is.
Washington Redskins linebacker Zach Vigil is taking advantage of every opportunity heading into the final week of preseason.
Washington Redskins cornerback Adonis Alexander is back at practice, and he will be looking to make an impact this preseason.
Washington Redskins Senior Vice President of Player Personnel Doug Williams expressed excitement over the work put in by the defensive line in the preseason.
After a long offseason, Adrian Peterson has found his new NFL home with the Washington Redskins.
With the drama of Sunday in the past, the Redskins and Jets put in plenty of good work in their joint practices. Now they take it to the national stage for their second preseason game.
The best way to get better at training camp is through competition. Expect D.J. Swearinger and Alex Smith to go at it every day in Richmond.
With the opportunity to have an increased role this season, cornerback Quinton Dunbar is ready to do whatever to help the Redskins win.
In year two with Greg Manusky at the helm of the Redskins' defense, Washington is looking to use communication and aggression to become a dominant unit.
Now a three-year veteran, Jamison Crowder has missed just one game and has been productive throughout. His journey will likely be helpful for new players coming into the league this year.
Redskins fifth-round pick Tim Settle plans to be more than just a big body as he looks to make an impact on the Washington defensive line.
Despite being a sixth-round pick in just last year's NFL Draft, Redskins center Chase Roullier has made great strides and will battle for the starting job in his second year.
Now a 21-year-old and getting set for his first NFL season, running back Derrius Guice has had no problem fitting in with the rest of the Redskins' running backs.
Following a season in which the Redskins were not especially aggressive throwing down the field, new personnel could change the way Washington attacks.
Following a tough year in 2017 against the run, Redskins defensive line coach Jim Tomsula is expecting his unit to take a big step forward this season.