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Report: Raiders offensive line plans to kneel as a group

The Raiders aren’t going to follow through on the President’s command to fire any player who kneels for the national anthem. Because if they did, they’d be without their entire offensive line. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Raiders starting line intends to sit or kneel as a group during today’s anthem [more]

Week Three injury report roundup

Week Three kicked off on Thursday with a Rams win 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 be self-explanatory. Players [more]

Jordan Reed back at practice Thursday

Jordan Reed has been no stranger to the injury report since entering the NFL in 2013 and the tight end is back on it this week. Reed is dealing with rib and sternum injuries that kept him from practicing on Wednesday, but he was able to get back on the field for a limited practice [more]

Chris Thompson will continue as the third-down back despite Rob Kelley’s injury

Although Hall of Famer John Riggins has called for Washington to start Chris Thompson, it doesn’t sound as if the running back’s role will change despite Rob Kelley‘s rib injury. Coach Jay Gruden said Wednesday the team will continue to use Thompson as a third-down and change-of-pace back. “I’ve said before, he’s a very valuable [more]

Trent Williams says his marijuana use was for pain management

Marijuana isn’t the boogeyman it used to be in society, and the NFL is slowly moving toward the point of admitting they need to research it more. And stories like Washington tackle Trent Williams‘ should be part of the conversation. In a long profile by Master Tesfatsion of the Washington Post, Williams admits that his [more]

Santana Moss: RG3’s issues with coaches are why he’s not playing anymore

Santana Moss says he’s just trying to level with Robert Griffin III. After a war of words erupted between Moss and Griffin, Moss went on CSN Mid Atlantic and said that Griffin needs to understand that his inability to work with coaches Mike Shanahan and Jay Gruden is the reason he’s no longer in the [more]

Terrelle Pryor asks Cody Davis not to hit him in the knees

With just under seven minutes remaining in Sunday’s victory over the Los Angeles Rams, Washington Redskins receiver Terrelle Pryor caught a 9-yard pass from Kirk Cousins that was negated by a holding penalty against left tackle Trent Williams. Pryor was hit just after catching the ball and tackled by Rams safety Cody Davis. While the [more]

RG3: I was put in an impossible situation because Mike Shanahan never wanted me

After spending most of this year unemployed and silent, Robert Griffin III decided this morning to speak up and give his side of the story of his career. Spurred by former teammate Santana Moss ripping him, Griffin took to social media and explained that he thinks he never had a chance in Washington. Griffin wrote [more]

Santana Moss says RG3 celebrated Shanahan firing, RG3 calls Moss a liar

Former Washington teammates Santana Moss and Robert Griffin III are feuding over the departure of their former coach, Mike Shanahan. Moss went on 106.7 The Fan and said that Griffin was celebrating when owner Dan Snyder fired Shanahan and his son and offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan after the 2013 season, saying the Shanahans’ firing was [more]

Su’a Cravens may still show up on Tuesday

Things are about to get even more interesting, and potentially messy, between Washington and safety Su'a Cravens. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Cravens may still report to the team on Tuesday, consistent with a plan to return about which the team was aware before putting him on the reserve/left squad list. (Ian [more]

Su’a Cravens officially ruled out for 2017 season

So much for a return of Su'a Cravens. After a report this weekend that Cravens could return to the team as soon as Tuesday, Washington today announced that Cravens has been officially ruled out for the 2017 season. “Today the Redskins have officially placed Su’a Cravens on the Reserve/Left Squad list,” the team said in [more]

Washington escapes serious injury, with Rob Kelley, Jordan Reed listed as day to day

Jay Gruden offered good news on the Washington injury front Monday: Running back Rob Kelley and tight end Jordan Reed are day to day. Washington feared a fractured rib for Kelley, who left Sunday’s game in the second quarter and didn’t return. Further testing revealed a rib cartilage injury, Gruden said via the team’s Twitter [more]

Jay Gruden hasn’t heard anything from or about Su’a Cravens

Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported over the weekend that safety Su'a Cravens was planning to end his two-week absence from work by reporting to Washington this week. As part of that report, Rapoport said that Cravens has been in touch with Redskins coach Jay Gruden. Gruden said otherwise on Monday. Gruden said, via Master [more]

Aaron Donald not happy with play in 2017 debut

The Rams turned in a strong defensive outing in their season-opening victory over the Colts and they got defensive tackle Aaron Donald back in the lineup for Week Two, but they weren’t able to match their play from the first Sunday of the season. The Redskins had a pedestrian afternoon throwing the ball, but they [more]

Rob Kelley may have fractured rib

Running the ball well is a big reason why the Redskins are heading back to Washington with a 27-20 win over the Rams, but one member of the group that picked up 229 yards on Sunday may be nursing an injury when he returns home. Coach Jay Gruden said after the game, via John Keim [more]

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