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Cornerback David Jones was signed by the Redskins, who waived/injured Crezdon Butler. Washington also signed defensive lineman Chigbo Anunoby to the practice squad and released defensive lineman Delvin Johnson. Jones signed with the Redskins on July 24, but was released Aug. 31 after totaling eight tackles and three passes defensed during the preseason. Butler suffered a hamstring injury against Cincinnati on Sunday.
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The Washington Redskins obviously drafted a franchise quarterback for the future with Robert Griffin III also known as RG3, but the defense of the Redskins has to give him some help in the future if they plan on winning anything this season and beyond. RG3 is used to having to outscore teams, because of the terrible defenses he played with at Baylor, but the Redskins are starting...
An MRI taken of Washington Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams revealed a bone bruise in his right knee, the Washington Post reported Monday. Williams played through the pain for parts of the second and third quarter but was forced back to the bench. The team initially feared the injury was more serious. The Post reported that Williams was wearing a brace on the knee at...
According to ESPN 980 in Washington D.C., Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan chased down an official and was cursing him out during Sunday’s loss to the Bengals.
“You have No f***ing balls, you r a f***ing p***y,” said Shanahan, per ESPN 980.
If Shanahan did look to berate a replacement official by cursing him out, I would expect the NFL to fine him if they have...
The Washington Redskins have signed running back Ryan Grant and placed running back Roy Helu Jr. on injured reserve.
Grant arrived for his first practice Wednesday after agreeing to terms late Tuesday. He is expected to back up rookie starter Alfred Morris.
Grant spent five seasons with the Green Bay Packers but has been looking for work the team opted not to re-sign him after...
The Redskins have agreed to terms with free agent running back Ryan Grant.Fantasy Spin:Grant will play a backup role to Alfred Morris for the time being while Roy Helu and Evan Royster deal with injuries. Just the usual Mike Shanahan's shenanigans we as Fantasy Football managers have to deal with. Grant may not seem to have much value now, but remember Shanahan changes his mind...
The Washington Redskins placed second year running back Roy Helu on Injured Reserve the result of nagging Achilles injuries and recent turf toe problems. Zac Boyer of The Fredericksburg Free Lance-Star broke the story.
The move creates roster room for RB Ryan Grant. The Redskins had interest in Grant before training camp, but the moment passed. Grant was working out for the Chicago...
Ryan Grant had finished a workout and was close to signing a deal with the Chicago Bears when the Washington Redskins called with an offer he liked better.
''I was on my way to do a physical in Chicago,'' Grant said. ''Agreed to Washington. Told the driver to turn around and take me to the airport.''
Grant arrived late Tuesday and signed with the...
The Washington Redskins have officially signed free agent running back Ryan Grant and have placed Roy Helu Jr. on injured reserve.
Helu has been battling a turf toe injury and clearly felt like it was better for him to go on IR so they could sign Grant since he’s healthy and ready to contribute.
Washington Redskins Offensive Coordinator Kyle Shanahan isn't as fast at Bill Belichick. Shanahan wasn't able to grab a scab ref -- he simply chased him out of the tunnel while verbally assaulting...
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According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Washington Redskins and free agent running back Ryan Grant have agreed to terms on a deal.
Grant has been talking with multiple teams and was in Chicago today working out for the Bears when he got the word that he’ll be joining the Redskins.
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, the NFL has fined Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan $25,000 for berating a replacement official after Sunday’s loss to the Bengals.
The NFL has to continue to crack down on coaches verbally attacking the replacement offcials or else things could get out of hand.