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.
An unlikely hero emerged Sunday at FedEx Field for the Washington Redskins, and it couldn't have come at a better time.
It seems that each time one of Washington's professional sports teams is expected to fare well — or perhaps even challenge for a championship — disaster strikes.
The Washington Redskins' skid continued Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals with a 30-20 defeat, its ninth consecutive road loss and fourth straight overall.
They displayed guts and character and even a little bit of machismo, but the Washington Redskins still didn't get a much-needed victory and their season, like so many others over the past 20-plus years, may again register as an unmitigated ...
For the second time in three seasons, the Washington Nationals watch the rest of the playoffs from home after being ousted in the National League Division Series.
The Washington Wizards opened training camp Tuesday with as much optimism as the franchise has experienced in three decades or more.
They say you can't fight city hall, but you can light it — and the playoff-bound Washington Nationals have the city watching through rose-colored glasses.
The Washington Wizards announced Monday that they have signed veteran forwards Rasual Butler and Damion James, as well as rookie guard David Stockton, son of NBA legend John Stockton.
The New York Giants finally scored in the first quarter this season against the Washington Redskins on Thursday night. And once they started scoring, they couldn't stop.
October baseball has returned to the nation's capital and, after fulfilling the hopes of spring, the Washington Nationals are now on a mission to fulfill the promise of a fall to remember.
In a wild, high-scoring affair that turned testy late, the Philadelphia Eagles defeated Washington Redskins, 37-34, at home on Sunday, spoiling an otherwise successful return to Philadelphia for DeSean Jackson.
The Washington Nationals won their second National League East title in three years on Tuesday, shutting out division foe Atlanta, 3-0, at Turner Field to clinch the crown with 12 games left in the regular season.
Robert Griffin III and DeSean Jackson both went down with injuries during the first quarter of Sunday's 41-10 laugher against the hapless Jacksonville Jaguars in Washington's home opener at FedEx Field. Neither returned, and head coach Jay Gruden told reporters ...