Redskins QB Cousins To Play Another Season On Franchise TagKirk Cousins will be the first quarterback in NFL history to play consecutive seasons on the franchise tag.
Keidel: What More Do Redskins Want From Cousins?Kirk Cousins has proven he's the Redskins' future at quarterback. So why didn't the team lock him into a longterm contract?
Boomer Between The Games: Week 13 Preview With Chris SimmsThis week on Boomer Between the Games, former NFL QB Chris Simms joined Boomer on the program.
Boomer Between The Games: Week 12 Preview With Mike QuickThis week on Boomer Between the Games, former NFL WR Mike Quick joined Boomer on the program.
Keidel: Are Redskins Really A Playoff Contender?The NFC East is stuffed with playoff contenders, and thanks to Kirk Cousins and Jay Gruden, the Redskins are positioned for a run.
Washington Not Mr. Rodgers' NeighborhoodThe Packers are slightly favored, but the Redskins are playing better football. Who will win this tossup of an NFC wild card matchup?
Rejuvenated Redskins Won't Be Pushover For Packers In Wild Card RoundSome are looking at the Washington Redskins as the weakest team in this year's playoffs, but they have also been one of the big surprises of this season.
Redskins Win Streak Hides Major Team FlawThe Redskins have won four games in a row, but all of the winning has camouflaged a major team flaw.
A Very Jerry ChristmasIt's the giving season and Jeremy Conn has some gifts to pass out to some of his closest friends. He threw a Christmas party to pass out the holiday cheer.
TNF Fantasy Starters: Redskins Vs. Giants - Who To Play, Who To PassOdell Beckham Jr. is the only Giants receiver with more than 43 receiving yards on the season, so it's clear Manning will be looking his way a lot Thursday night.
CBS Sports' London Fletcher Talks Redskins Vs. Giants And The NFC East's TroublesThe Former Washington Redskin took some time to discuss the upcoming game between the Skins and Giants, but also the troubles of the whole NFC East.
Scott Garceau: Mr. Goodell We Have A ProblemThe home office knows Sunday night’s blowout in Green Bay was the lowest rated of the season for NBC’s Sunday night package. Can’t blame people for tuning out, Chicago was down 42-0 at halftime that’s the largest halftime deficit EVER for an NFL game in primetime.