Ben Kotwica Caught With His Pants Down on Redskins Sideline

It’s been a hard day for Redskins special teams coordinator Ben Kotwica. Not only did the Redskins lose in Detroit on Sunday, but by the time Kotwica awoke on Monday morning, photos of him relieving himself on the Redskins’ sideline had already leaked onto the internet. It’s no secret NFL players, unable to make a trip to the bathroom during games, have been known to find relief...
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Jay Gruden evaluates the status of Redskins RBs

With Matt Jones continuing to fumble the ball, and both Chris Thompson and Rob Kelley having big performances against the Lions, what does Jay Gruden make of his backfield?
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
2 hours ago

Despite lack of big throws, Gruden happy with Cousins performance

Kirk Cousins didn't make a lot of big throws in the Redskins' Week 7 loss to the Lions, but Jay Gruden was very pleased with the way his QB played.
Via CSN Mid-Atlantic
3 hours ago

Redskins Coach spotted urinating in a cup on sidelines vs. Lions

Embed from Getty Images   During the Redskins-Lions game in Detroit, some fans were invited to a pee show by one of the Redskins coaches — not sure any fans were pleased with the invite. Special teams coach Ben Kotwica was spotted reliving himself in to a Gatorade cup on the sidelines. A fan inside Ford Field took the picture and shared it on social media. To his credit...
Via KCM Sports
3 hours ago

Jordan Reed cleared to practice this week

Tight end Jordan Reed missed his second straight game with a concussion on Sunday, but he is making progress toward getting back into the lineup. Redskins coach Jay Gruden said Monday that Reed has been cleared to practice when the team begins on-field preparations for their Week Eight game against the Bengals. Reed did get…
Via Pro Football Talk
4 hours ago

Stephen A. Smith again stokes flames of Redskins feud after Sunday’s loss

The Redskins’ feud with Stephen A. Smith reached its, uh, logical conclusion (we can only hope!) on Monday morning, when the host of ESPN’s “First Take” sipped a green beverage before gloating about Washington’s loss to the Lions on Sunday. We knew this was coming. Minutes after Matthew Stafford completed Detroit’s comeback to snap the Redskins’ four-game […]
Via DC Sports Blog
4 hours ago

Trent Williams Avoid Structural Damage To Injured Left Knee

Trent Williams avoided serious damage to his knee. Now the question is, will he play against the Bengals? The Washington Redskins had some serious injury concerns after Sunday’s game in Detroit. The team lost their best players on either side of the ball, cornerback Josh Norman and left tackle Trent Williams, and neither returned after […] Trent Williams Avoid Structural Damage...
Via Riggo's Rag
6 hours ago

Source: Redskins Get Good News on Trent Williams’ MRI Results

The MRI results are in for Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams’ left knee. Good news: With no structural damage, Williams may be in line to play against the Bengals next Sunday in London, a source confirms to 106.7 The Fan’s Brian McNally. Williams went down with a sprained left knee on the Redskins’ final drive in a 20-17 loss to Detroit on Sunday. Losing the Pro Bowl...
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MRI exam reveals no additional damage to Trent Williams’s sprained left knee

The MRI exam conducted on Trent Williams’s injured left knee revealed no damage beyond Sunday’s initial diagnosis of a sprain, a person with knowledge of the situation said on Monday. The Redskins’ medical staff will evaluate the four-time Pro Bowl left tackle throughout the week, but it’s believed that Williams has a good chance to play […]
Via The Insider
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Five observations from the Redskins’ loss to the Lions

The Washington Redskins likely felt nauseous their entire flight back from Detroit, and could very well feel sick this morning when they look back at their game. They had the chance to win. They dominated the Lions statistically, but couldn’t get out of their own way. Here are some things that stand out after another […]
Via The Insider
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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 10/24

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Monday, Oct. 24, 2016, delivered by FedEx Ground.
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Washington Redskins Breakdown: Ups And Downs In Week 7 Loss

The Washington Redskins could not get their fifth straight victory against the Detroit Lions on Sunday. Here is a full breakdown of what happened in the game. The Washington Redskins played a near complete game against the Detroit Lions on Sunday afternoon. The two teams were engaged in a defensive battle early on, but the […] Washington Redskins Breakdown: Ups And Downs In Week...
Via Riggo's Rag
13 hours ago

Josh Norman leaves game with concussion

Not only did Redskins cornerback Josh Norman get burned by Marvin Jones on a 52-yard completion during Sunday’s game, but he also got hurt on the play. Norman’s head hit the turf at the end of the play, and he was forced to leave the game after suffering concussion symptoms. Here’s how it looked: Oh man.Norman's head hit the Ford Field turf HARD. Also landed on wrist....
Via The Sports Daily
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Dustin Hopkins doinks a field goal off the top of the upright

Dustin Hopkins has enjoyed a relatively successful season as Washington’s kicker. He was 15/16 on field goal attempts heading into today’s game against the Lions. However, his day got off to a rough start with this field goal attempt in the second quarter: DOINK! — Isaac (@WorldofIsaac) October 23, 2016 Yes, that ball bounced off of the...
Via The Comeback
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Josh Norman pondering keg-stand celebration?

Josh Norman isn’t happy about the NFL’s crackdown on players celebrating on-field success. He was rather dumbfounded when the NFL penalized and fined him for his bow-and-arrow celebration a couple weeks back. Afterwards, he wondered why the league doesn’t want its players to have fun on the field (more on that here). Not deterred for one second, Norman is looking for a new...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Redskins rule out Jordan Reed (concussion) against Lions

The Washington Redskins will be without tight end Jordan Reed for the second consecutive week. According to the team’s official Twitter account, Reed will miss Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions due to the lingering effects of a concussion he suffered during Washington’s win over the Baltimore Ravens in Week 5. Jordan Reed (concussion) is OUT for #WASvsDET, DeSean...
Via The Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Redskins WR DeSean Jackson, TE Jordan Reed miss practice

ASHBURN, Va. (AP) Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson and tight end Jordan Reed have missed practice, putting their availability for Sunday's game at the Detroit Lions into question. Jackson has a sore left shoulder. Reed still is dealing with the effects of a concussion that forced him to miss last week's game for the Redskins (4-2). Reed sat out Thursday after...
Via Associated Press
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Jordan Reed hid his concussion from Redskins during game

Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed has an incredibly scary concussion history, so the fact he suffered another in Week 5 and missed the following game caused plenty of concern. Now it gets worse—it turns out Reed knew about the issue during the Week 5 encounter against the Baltimore Ravens, but didn’t tell the team, according to Mike Jones of the Washington Post: I got...
Via The Sports Daily
4 days ago  |  Discuss

REPORT: Washington Redskins Jordan Reed hid concussions to stay in games

Concussions have been a major focus for the National Football League in the past two or three years. It has upped the ante on head injuries with rule changes and adding spotters and non-team specific neurologists on the sidelines. However, even the increased ability to identify concussions by those people doesn’t mean concussed players aren’t still playing games. Cam Newton...
Via The Comeback
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Jordan Reed admits he hid concussion symptoms

Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed is all too familiar with what it feels like to sustain a concussion, but his long history of head injuries has apparently not frightened him all that much. Reed, who is currently in the NFL’s concussion protocol, admitted on Wednesday that he knew the moment he suffered his latest concussion during last week’s win over the Baltimore...
Via Larry Brown Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

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