The biggest event of the offseason will be held Saturday, Dec. 13 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
The Washington Redskins ended up on the wrong side of a 49-27 shootout on the road against the Indianapolis Colts, but Colt McCoy showed enough promise to give Washington a glimmer of positivity as an otherwise moribund season winds down.
Robert Griffin III, former top draft pick and franchise quarterback for the, probably has a better chance of starting 2015 for the arch-rival Dallas Cowboys than he does for the Washington Redskins.
The Washington Redskins, coming off an embarrassing loss to the lowly Tampa Bay Buccaneers, showed some fight Sunday on the road against the San Francisco 49ers, but couldn't hold a late-game lead and lost 17-14, ensuring head coach Jay Gruden ...
The Redskins lost to a sub-.500 team for the second straight game since upsetting arch rival Dallas, this time at home to the woeful Buccaneers, 27-7.
It’s early. Very early. Still, the Washington Wizards 5-2 start has impressed fans and those outside of the area if for no other reason than the fact that NBA experts have forecast a great season for the team, a prediction ...
The Washington Nationals' Matt Williams was named the National League Manager of the Year on Tuesday in his first season as skipper, despite a disappointing postseason loss.
For the first time since 2007, Howard University can celebrate a conference champion.
With plenty of distractions on and off the field, Washington fumbled a golden opportunity to jump back into playoff contention.
Robert Griffin III returned to action Sunday for the Washington Redskins after missing six games with a dislocated ankle, but it wasn't enough, as the Minnesota Vikings held on at home for a 29-26 win.
Washington Redskins kicker Kai Forbath has been named the NFC Special Teams Player of the Week after kicking the game-winning field goal Monday against the Dallas Cowboys, the NFL announced Thursday.
It’s game time. It also maybe "Showtime East" as the Washington Wizards prepare to open their 2014-15 season with high expectations, a dynamic young backcourt and a battle-tested Hall of Fame veteran seeking one more championship.
The Washington Redskins are officially on a roll with their latest win — and it couldn't be any sweeter.
What's worse than the Redskins' 2-and-5-and-going-nowhere record is what's happening deep in the heart of Texas, where the Cowboys are a stunning 6-1 and have not tasted defeat since their Week 1 loss to the San Francisco 49ers.
Washington Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo has a torn right pectoral muscle and is out for the season, head coach Jay Gruden said Monday.