The Redskins secondary was young and very inexperienced, along with injured in 2014. Quickly, the unit was exposed and bled to death. In 2015, the defensive backfield could have been the strength of the Washington defense. Why? We have the answers. See More: D.C. Hot Read
Pat Donohue looks at how Kirk Cousins' numbers compare to other franchise quarterbacks like Tom Brady, Drew Brees and Peyton Manning. See More: Redskins Report
Kirk Cousins will absolutely be the Redskins starting quarterback in September against an opponent to be determined, right? Well....there are no guarantees or absolutes in life and certainly in the NFL. However, if for some reason Kirk Cousins is ...See More: D.C. Hot Read
Evgeny Kuznetsov grabbed a GoPro on his way to his first All-Star Media Day with Nick Backstrom.
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An integral part of the Washington Redskins' offense in 2015, Jordan Reed led NFL tight ends with 54 receptions that resulted in first downs.See More: Redskins Report
Will the Redskins target Colorado cornerback Ken Crawley? Ken Zalis says he has good coverage skills, which remind him of Titans CB Perrish Cox.See More: NFL
There are many members of a professional football organization and while fans and most media look only at coaches and players, it takes a lot more than than to be successful. That's why I put a list of 50 individuals that are employed on a full-ti...See More: D.C. Hot Read
The Redskins finished 12th in the NFL with 4,294 receiving yards, and rookie Jamison Crowder carved himself out a regular role as a slot receiver.See More: Redskins Report
The Washington Redskins will have the 21st overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. How have the last 10 No. 21 picks panned out (so far)?See More: NFL
The Redskins had to have so much go right to get over the mountain and win a division championship in 2015. Yes, they still have a long way to go to be a consistent winner, but this is the ten most important reasons in 2015 they completed the wors...See More: D.C. Hot Read
The Washington Redskins bolstered their defensive line Feb. 2 by signing former first-round pick and defensive end Ziggy Hood to a one-year deal.See More: Redskins Report
Anyone else keep expecting Kawasaki to do the "big balls" thing like the offensively stereotypical Japanese guy in major league 2?Posted 115 days ago
2015 was a big step in the right direction for the Washington Redskins. A lot goes into building a division champion that hopefully is just the beginning of sustained success. The Redskins fell short of their ultimate goal of playing in Super Bowl...See More: D.C. Hot Read
So many crucial events take place over an NFL calendar season and this is true if you are bad or good. For the Redskins, they were on the positive end. In honor of Super Bowl 50, I thought it would be good to look back and countdown 50 important m...See More: D.C. Hot Read
Ken Zalis highlights 15 players the Redskins could select with the 21st pick in the NFL Draft, including Oregon defensive lineman DeForest Buckner.See More: NFL
"Going to the playoffs and winning the division is great -- don't get me wrong -- but we have a long ways to go, long ways," Scot McCloughan said.See More: Redskins Report