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Ravens offered Griffin a deal near start of training camp

Robert Griffin III claims that the Ravens offered him a contract this year. And indeed they did. Per a league source, the offer came at or about the start of training camp. The terms aren’t known, but Griffin obviously wasn’t offered enough to get him to accept the deal. (Griffin contends that the offer came [more]

Robert Griffin III says he turned down offers from the Cardinals and Ravens

Robert Griffin III hasn’t found a new NFL home since the Browns cut him in the offseason, but he says he could have played for the Cardinals and Ravens. “I had an offer from Arizona, and also from Baltimore,” Griffin said on ESPN’s SC6. So why did he turn down those offers? Griffin said the [more]

Washington puts three on IR, including Jordan Reed

Washington decided to put an end to the weekly question about Jordan Reed‘s health. The oft-injured tight end was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, along with running back Byron Marshall, and linebacker Chris Carter. Reed was limited to just 27 catches for 211 yards this season, as he dealt with a toe injury early and a [more]

Su’a Cravens receives clearance to return to football

Washington’s lost season began with the unexpected loss of safety Su'a Cravens, who left the team unexpectedly and who later was placed on the non-football illness/injury list. Come 2018, Washington will get Cravens back — if they want him. Cravens’ agent, Fadde Mikhail, has issued a statement explaining that Cravens has been cleared to resume [more]

NFL warns of “significant discipline” for any offensive conduct toward officials

Numerous incidents regarding players, coaches and officials in recent weeks has led the NFL to send a memo to teams to warn of severe penalties for continued abuse of officials. According to Kevin Seifert of, NFL executive vice president Troy Vincent sent a memo to all 32 teams on Monday saying there will be [more]

Josh Norman vents about Washington’s struggles

It’s all quickly coming apart for Washington. On the same day that the latest comments from safety D.J. Swearinger about the team’s lack of preparation called into question the future of the man responsible for ensuring that they are prepared, cornerback Josh Norman called into question his own future with the team. “I came here [more]

Jay Gruden at “loss for words” after latest blowout loss

What is left to say when whatever faint playoff hopes you held onto go up in smoke in back-to-back blowout losses? For Redskins coach Jay Gruden, not too much. The Chargers sent Gruden’s club to 5-8 with a 30-13 win in Los Angeles that saw the Redskins muster just 201 yards of offense a week [more]

Chargers cruise to stay tied for top of AFC West

Philip Rivers didn’t really look like an old guy. At least until the Chargers gave him the fourth quarter off. The Los Angeles domination of Washington was so complete that backup quarterback Kellen Clemens took the field with 11 minutes and 11 seconds left, just because it was already well in hand. The Chargers won [more]

Chargers rolling, up 23-6 at halftime

Washington can’t stop the Chargers. Only the clock can. Los Angeles is up 23-6 at halftime, as the Chargers scored on their first five possessions, and nearly had a sixth. The half ended with Austin Ekeler‘s 33-yard run, and the Chargers couldn’t get a timeout called in time to kick a field goal. That was [more]

Chargers up 13-0 on slow-starting Washington

Maybe it’s jet lag. Or maybe Washington just isn’t very good to start games. The Chargers are out to a 13-0 lead, with a touchdown drive sandwiched between a pair of field goals. Philip Rivers hit tight end Hunter Henry for the touchdown, part of a 10-of-15 start, with 122 yards passing. The Chargers outgained [more]

McCloughan grievance creating potential dilemma for Washington scouts

The Scot McCloughan grievance hearing remains set to begin on Monday, December 18. And the grievance potentially could cause a lot of problems for the organization. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Washington has listed the entire scouting staff as witnesses who may testify during the grievance hearing. And there’s concern among the [more]

Week 14 injury report roundup

Week 14 kicked off on Thursday with a win by the Falcons and it continues with 14 more games on Sunday, which means that the 28 teams in those games submitted their final injury reports of the week on Friday. Questionable players are uncertain to play, doubtful players are unlikely to play and out should [more]

Kirk Cousins not thinking about the future, again

There’s an elephant in the room in Washington. But Kirk Cousins swears if he just refuses to acknowledge the elephant, it will go away. Or at least wait a few more weeks to get all the peanuts. The Washington quarterback is on the verge of yet another offseason of contract drama, but he insisted he’s [more]

Clinton Portis, Santana Moss admit to drinking before games

As Washington closes in on a grievance hearing that could raise plenty of questions about the handling of alcohol by the organization, a couple of former players freely admit that they routinely drank alcohol before games. “Prior to the game, on our way, we would take a little shot,” former Washington running back Clinton Portis [more]

Bengals move into top 10 (in 2018 NFL Draft order)

The Bengals lost last night, but moved up a few spots in the draft order, which is all the consolation you get this time of year when you’re not in the playoff mix. Of course, the Browns (0-12) would still pick first in the 2018 NFL Draft if the season ended today. Also, a lot [more]

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