Jordan Reed has been ruled out for Sunday. Desean Jackson is questionable
CBSSports.com "Robert Griffin III needs to see a shrink. That's what future Hall of Fame tight end and current CBS Sports analyst Tony Gonzalez said Thursday. The thing is, Gonzalez wasn't making a joke at RG3's expense -- he was being quite serious. “Once confidence goes in this sport, you will get taken..." September 19
CSN Washington "Eagles coach Chip Kelly shocked the NFL world when he decided to cut DeSean Jackson during the offseason. Kelly claimed that Jackson wasn't the right fit for his offense. As the wide receiver prepares to meet his former team for the first time on Sunday, Philly.com asked Kelly how much he was..." September 18
ESPN.com "When Kirk Cousins learned the news, he knew it would be good for him. He wasn't sure if he would get on the field, not with Robert Griffin III as the Washington Redskins' quarterback. But Cousins knew that hiring Jay Gruden as coach would be a good move for him -- just because of whom he had..." September 17
New York Post "It seems Broncos fans dislike Phil Simms much more than Redskins fans do. Contingents of each team’s supporters started petitions on Change.org to ban the former Giants quarterback from broadcasting their games on CBS. As of 2 p.m. on Tuesday, the Broncos’ petition had over 30,000 signatures,..." September 17
Sportsnaut "Apparently the NFL is just sitting around bored and attempting to find something to do during this slow time of the year. Using the guise that Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III wasn’t wearing a Nike mandated shirt in his post-game press conference on Sunday, NFL uniform inspector..." September 17
Washington Post "The second major injury that quarterback Robert Griffin III has suffered during his NFL career has created an uncertain future for him and the Washington Redskins, with Kirk Cousins now in place as the at-least-temporary starter and no guarantees that Griffin will get the job back once his..." September 17
SI.com "Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.) will introduce legislation aimed at eliminating the NFL's tax-exempt status, she announced at a press conference on Tuesday. Cantwell's motivation for introducing the legislation is the league's continued inaction against the Washington Redskins name. “The NFL..." September 17
Washington Post "The Washington Redskins have waived second-year safety Bacarri Rambo to make room on the roster for Brandon Meriweather, whom the NFL just reinstated after a two-game suspension to start the season. A sixth-round pick in 2013 and an All-American at Georgia in 2011 after ranking among the..." September 16
ThePostGame.com "While there are still many questions to be answered as the NFL investigates its handling of Ray Rice's assault case, there are already a handful of prominent voices calling for commissioner Roger Goodell to step down and an intriguing candidate to take his place. U.S. Senator Kirsten..." September 16
DeSean Jackson “intends to play” this week per @RapSheet. Not considered a major injury.
Washington Post "The dirty little secret in Ashburn is that Coach Jay Gruden actually thought Kirk Cousins was better suited to his offense, that Robert Griffin III wasn’t getting it and there was no way to delicately make a change at any point this season without causing major problems throughout the..." September 15
CSN Washington "Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III told reporters today that he does not have a fractured bone in his left ankle and that he will know more about how long he will be out with the injury later today. Griffin said that it was "positive news". He will not have to undergo surgery, a procedure..." September 15
News on #Washington WR DeSean Jackson is promising today. Woke up "sore" from shoulder injury, but looks like no serious structural damage.
Pro Football Talk "Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III has been diagnosed with a dislocated ankle after leaving today’s game against the Jaguars. The injury came when his ankle bent awkwardly as he was rolling out in the first quarter. It looked ugly, and the diagnosis is no surprise. What we don’t know..." September 14
DeSean Jackson done for the afternoon. Wow, these injuries are piling up.
ESPN.com "Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder made it clear that he still supports NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, who has come under fire for his handling of the Ray Rice situation. Snyder issued a three-sentence statement Saturday backing Goodell as many have called for the commissioner to resign or..." September 14
Pro Football Talk "If all you knew about Washington’s Week One performance was what you saw with a quick glance at the box score, you might think they played pretty well. Quarterback Robert Griffin III completed 29 of 37 of his passes, or 78.4 percent. And Washington gained 131 yards on the ground, on 23 carries...." September 13
Jordan Reed has a minor hamstring strain but Gruden says little chance he plays Sunday. #redskins
RG3 says Redskins will be without former Gators TE Jordan Reed (hamstring) against Jaguars: "He's a big loss, a great player."
ESPN.com "Washington Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo wants the league to add another play to the list of those that can be reviewed: roughing the passer. And he's not making the push just because of a penalty that was called on his team during Sunday's 17-6 loss to the Houston Texans. The Redskins'..." September 10
ThePostGame.com "This NFL season has kicked off with more fanfare than ever before, and excitement for the sport isn't limited to the United States. For the first time in the league's history there will be three regular-season games played abroad, all of them at Wembley Stadium in London. The games will come on..." September 09
Jordan Reed said he has to get an MRI on his hamstring. No word yet on how long he'll be sidelined.
Houston Chronicle "The Texans’ season-opening 17-6 victory wasn’t the prettiest win in franchise history. But considering they haven’t had a regular-season win in 357 days, it was beautiful. New quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick hit DeAndre Hopkins for a 76-yard touchdown pass, Alfred Blue blocked a punt and returned..." September 07
Jordan Reed downgraded to out with a hamstring injury. Cofield out with an ankle injury. #redskins
Pro Football Talk "Santana Moss has been a fixture of the Redskins receiving corps since 2005, but he’s now on the outside looking in. Moss was one of the team’s seven scratches for Sunday’s game against the Texans in Houston. It’s the first time that Moss has been a healthy scratch since joining the team and a..." September 07
Barring a setback pregame, Redskins OLB Brian Orakpo and TE Jordan Reed are a go against Houston. Both listed as questionable.
Pro Football Talk "As the 2014 regular season begins, another major newspaper has decided to use the nicknames of only 31 of the NFL’s teams. The Charlotte Observer has opted to stop using the Washington name, with exceptions including stories about the name. Several days ago, the New York Daily News did the..." September 07
Washington Post "Washington Redskins Coach Jay Gruden learned his clock-management skills on the wild frontier of Arena Football, in which everything from field goal returns to the perpetually running clock is scripted for high scores and huge entertainment. He honed his even-keeled sideline demeanor as an NFL..." September 06
Washington Post "Linebacker Brian Orakpo practiced fully on Friday, but will be listed as questionable for the Redskins’ season opener at Houston. Orakpo has nursed a sprained right ankle since Week 3 of the preseason. He practiced in a limited capacity both Wednesday and Thursday, but said that he expects to..." September 06
Gruden said Orakpo will be questionable for Sunday. Porter and Jordan are questionable right now. Porter "not looking good."
Deadspin.com "This is kind of a big deal. In an editorial published yesterday, The New York Daily News announced that the paper will no longer refer to the Washington football team as the "Redskins," and will no longer print the team's logo. This isn't just a decision from the editorial board, as was the case..." September 04
Washington Post "Robert Griffin III has struggled on the field, and he has a long way to go off of it as well. Griffin’s shortcomings in his role as the face of the Washington Redskins is as much of a problem as his shakiness in the pocket. Griffin says he wants to lead the team to Super Bowl titles, but there’s a..." September 03
ESPN.com "This isn’t where Duke Ihenacho figured he would open the season. He anticipated another run in Denver, even after the Broncos signed a big-name free agent and even after the Broncos returned another former starter at his position. Now Ihenacho is learning a new defense and trying to figure out..." September 01
Pro Football Talk "Robert Griffin III traveled from Washington to Waco this weekend to see himself immortalized at the age of 24. Griffin was back at the campus of Baylor, the school where he won the Heisman Trophy and where a new football stadium has opened that features a bronze statue of Griffin..." September 01
CSN Washington "The Redskins have decided not to offer a practice squad spot to running back Lache Seastrunk, according to a report in the Washington Post. The team released its 2014 sixth-round draft pick on Saturday, a move that surprised some. He made a very impressive final bid to make the team in..." September 01
CSN Washington "Robert Griffin III is ready for the regular season to get started. “We did a good job in OTAs and training camp and through the preseason,” he said. “Now it counts. This is when all the work you put in in the offseason comes to fruition.” Griffin and the first-team offense were not as..." September 01
Pro Football Talk "Washington safety Brandon Meriweather is officially suspended for the first two games of the regular season. Meriweather, who was suspended for his sixth violation of the rules against hitting defenseless opponents in the head, has lost his appeal of that suspension." August 30
Pro Football Talk "Washington has reportedly made a decision in its kicker competition. The club will waive rookie Zach Hocker, John Keim of ESPN.com reported Saturday morning. The seventh-round pick from Arkansas had been challenging incumbent kicker Kai Forbath." August 30
CBSSports.com "In May, the Redskins used a sixth-round pick on Lache Seastrunk, the speedy running back out of Baylor. Saturday morning, Seastrunk told ESPN.com's John Keim in a text that he has been released. It's not uncommon for rookie sixth-rounders to fall short of the 53-man roster but Seastrunk's..." August 30
Washington Post "With quarterback Robert Griffin III and the rest of the starters from the Washington Redskins looking on while being rested for the night, the spotlight shifted to the hopefuls on the fringes of the roster in Thursday’s preseason finale in Tampa Bay. More than a victory, their goal was to make..." August 29
ESPN.com "It’s not a preview of life without Brandon Meriweather. Not when the first-team defense won’t be playing. But it is another chance for Bacarri Rambo, his likely replacement, to prove he can help as a fill-in. If Rambo struggles, the Redskins will have to consider different alternatives. If he..." August 28
Per @TarikCSN preliminary indications are that Phillip Thomas’ foot injury is NOT serious. That’s early word, details to come. PT not in TB.
Washington Post "The search for Robert Griffin III’s doubters turned up two positive matches this week: Ron Jaworski and Colin Cowherd. The ESPN analyst and ESPN Radio braying mechanical hyena discussed Washington’s third-year quarterback on Wednesday, and both agreed that all is not well. “When you get to..." August 28
CSN Washington "The Washington Redskins organization has “started the process” of designing a new stadium to serve as the team’s home, owner Dan Snyder told Comcast SportsNet in an exclusive interview Wednesday. “Whether it's Washington, D.C., whether it's another stadium in Maryland, whether it's a stadium in..." August 28
Washington Post "Several NFL announcers have, in recent days, grappled with whether or not they will say “Redskins” during their broadcasts this season. CBS’s Greg Gumbel apparently resolved that issue three years ago, without anyone noticing. The play-by-play man told at least two interviewers in recent days..." August 27
CSN Washington "The Washington Redskins organization has “started the process” of designing a new stadium to serve as the team’s home, owner Dan Snyder told Comcast SportsNet in an exclusive interview Wednesday. “Whether it's Washington, D.C., whether it's another stadium in Maryland, whether it's a stadium in..." August 27