Washington Redskins

4th NFC East | 1-2
  • Passing Yards
    330.7 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    75.7 RYPG
  • Total Yards Per Game
    406.3 YPG
  • Redskins' Josh Doctson: In line for multi-week absence
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    Redskins' Josh Doctson: In line for multi-week absence

    Doctson could sit out multiple weeks due to a lingering Achilles injury, the Washington Post reports. Initially listed as active in Week 3, the Redskins called an audible shortly thereafter and ruled the rookie wide receiver out after he emerged from pregame warmups feeling unwell. According to head coach Jay Gruden, "He just didn't feel comfortable. Couldn't push off the way he wanted to. So we had to make that last-minute switch [for fellow wideout Rashad Ross]." Doctson has since undergone a series of tests, but no structural damage has been revealed in his Achilles. Nonetheless, the Redskins appear to be leaning toward an extended absence in order to allow Doctson to approach 100 percent

  • Giants concerned with how Odell Beckham Jr. will handle Ben McAdoo's criticism
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    Giants concerned with how Odell Beckham Jr. will handle Ben McAdoo's criticism

    In a 29-27 loss to the Washington Redskins on Sunday, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. was visibly frustrated on the sidelines. At one point, he even slammed his helmet against the kicking net, which subsequently bounced back and hit him in the face, causing a bloody gash on his cheek. Throughout the game, several of Beckham Jr.’s coaches and teammates attempted to corral him, but to no avail. On Monday, during a conference call with reporters, head coach Ben McAdoo addressed Beckham Jr.’s actions, noting that the wide receiver has become a distraction to himself and his teammates. “Emotionally on the sideline in between the series, he needs to do a better job. That’s all of our

  • Kory Lichtensteiger injury could open door for John Sullivan
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    Kory Lichtensteiger injury could open door for John Sullivan

    Redskins coach Jay Gruden called center Kory Lichtensteiger’s calf injury “moderate” on Monday, but it may keep him out long enough for the team to bring in outside help to cover for his absence. Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports that Lichtensteiger’s injury may land him on injured reserve. As a result, the team is bringing former Vikings center John Sullivan in for a workout on Tuesday. Sullivan was released by the Vikings in late August after attempts to find a trade partner failed to result in a deal. The Vikings opted to go with Joe Berger as their starter in the middle of the line this season. Sullivan started all but three games for the Vikings between 2009 and 2014 before missing all