By: Stephen CzardaSenior- Writer And Content Coordinator
The Washington Redskins announced on Wednesday that they have hired Torrian Gray as the team's new defensive backs coach.
The Washington Redskins have hired Torrian Gray as the team’s new defensive backs coach, the team announced on Wednesday.
Gray, 42, was most recently the assistant defensive backs coach for the Florida Gators during the 2016 season.
Prior to his year at Florida, Gray served as defensive secondary/passing game coordinator for Virginia Tech (2013-15), defensive secondary coach for Virginia Tech (2006-12), assistant defensive backs coach for the Chicago Bears (2004-05 ... Read More
By: Alaina Getzenberg-Contributing Writer
Guard Arie Kouandjio had a quite an exciting 2016, starting his first regular season games for the Redskins and becoming a citizen of the United States in September.
When Arie Kouandjio first came to the United States from Cameroon at six years old, he flew into Dulles Airport to meet his mother in their new home. He would grow up in the Washington, D.C., area through high school and only leave to attend school and play football at Alabama.
But before that came a lifetime of growing up in a country and culture that ... Read More
By: Jake Kring-Schreifels Staff Writer
The Redskins continued to make changes to their coaching staff by promoting Chad Englehart to head strength and conditioning coach on Monday.
The Washington Redskins announced more coaching changes on Monday, promoting Chad Englehart to head strength and conditioning coach.
Additionally, the team announced that it has hired Kavan Latham to fill Englehart’s previous role as assistant strength and conditioning coach.
Englehart finished up his seventh season with the Redskins as the team’s assistant strength and conditioning coach after being hired to the position on Feb. 26, 2010. He served in that role ... Read More
Fifth-year Washington Redskins cheerleader and captain Rachel shares her experiences from her first few days at the 2017 Pro Bowl.
Hi Redskins fans!
It's Rachel here, and I am currently in Orlando, Fla., representing the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders at the 2017 Pro Bowl! Going to the Pro Bowl is truly a dream come true for me! I was so anxious on Monday morning as I was waiting to leave for Orlando. I felt like a rookie again, traveling to partake in an amazing experience for the first time. Once I landed in sunny Florida, everything finally hit me; I ... Read More
By: Stephen CzardaSenior: Writer And Content Coordinator
For the first time in his career, Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins is headed to the Pro Bowl.
The team on Monday announced that Cousins – who was named an alternate for the 2017 Pro Bowl – is replacing Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Cousins was one of three Redskins to be named an alternate along with returner Jamison Crowder and cornerback Josh Norman.
Tackle Trent Williams, guard Brandon Scherff, tight end Jordan Reed and linebacker Ryan Kerrigan were selected to the Pro Bowl, although only Williams out of the group will head ... Read More
The Washington Redskins are back home for their 2016 regular season finale, with hopes of clinching the final Wild Card spot in the playoffs. Kickoff at FedExField is scheduled for 4:25 p.m. ET.
- Can't make it to the game? Head over to Nellie's in D.C. on Sunday, January 1 from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. for an official Bud Light Redskins Rally Party. The party features appearances by the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders, on-site giveaways and a raffle for great prizes. Don't miss out! Click here for more details.
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For a few of our fans, there is still some confusion on where the Washington Redskins currently stand in clinching a Playoff spot and the significance of a Week 17 win over the N.Y. Giants on January 1.
Here's a quick breakdown: Read More
- Only the top six seeds in the NFC move on to postseason play; however five team have a clear lead over the Redskins leaving the final Wild Card spot remaining:
- The Cowboys have claimed the NFC East title and the Giants are too far ahead to catch (2 spots); the Packers or Lions will win the ...
The Washington Redskins return home after a three-game road trip and welcome the Carolina Panthers for a Monday Night Football Showdown. Kickoff at FedExField is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. ET.
- Can't make it to the game? Head over to McGinty's in Silver Spring on Monday, December 19 from 8:00 to 10:00 p.m. for an official Bud Light Redskins Rally Party. The party features appearances by the Washington Redskins Cheerleaders, on-site giveaways and a raffle for great prizes. Don't miss out! Click here for more details.
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On Sunday, a number of Women of Washington Redskins members watched football like they've never before – a bit closer to the game (and maybe even a tad sore).
This past weekend, WOW hosted A Day in the Life of an NFL Player: Football Camp for Women, presented by Toyota, and welcomed over 100 WOW members to the Inova Sports Performance Center at Redskins Park to experience what a day was like for any of their favorite Redskins players.
Leading the camp was Dr. Jen Welter, the first female coach in the NFL, and a fan favorite, Redskins Alum Santana ... Read More
The Washington Redskins are headed cross-country to Arizona to take on the Cardinals in a key NFC matchup this Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium. Kick-off for the mid-Sunday match-up is set for 4:25 p.m. ET. Before all our WOW ladies head out to cheer on their Burgundy and Gold, here are some important things know.
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