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Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III could play in next Saturday's preseason game at Baltimore despite the concussion that ended his night of futility against Detroit, a person with knowledge of the situation said Friday.
LANDOVER, Md. Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden said quarterback Robert Griffin III sustained a concussion in the team's 21-17 exhibition victory over the Detroit Lions. Gruden said after Thursday night's game that he has "no idea" how long Griffin will be sidelined.
RICHMOND Washington's playbook can be overwhelming for rookies, but running backs coach Randy Jordan has a knack for distilling what he wants from his young charges in stark, concrete terms.
RICHMOND DeAngelo Hall watched the Washington Redskins' final training camp practice from the sideline Monday, resting the injured toe on his left foot.
RICHMOND Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan said Sunday that he liked what he saw from Robert Griffin III in Thursday's preseason opener, joining coach Jay Gruden in accentuating the positive although the fourth-year quarterback failed to engineer a touchdown drive in two series.
RICHMOND Washington Redskins tight end Logan Paulsen needs surgery for a turf toe injury and will miss the entire season. Coach Jay Gruden says after practice at training camp Saturday that Paulsen will have the operation on Monday. Paulsen is the second Redskins tight end out for the season. Niles Paul broke his ankle in Thursday's preseason opener against Cleveland.
RICHMOND The Washington Redskins on Friday announced the signing of rookie outside linebacker Sage Harold, a former standout at James Madison and Ocean Lakes High in Virginia Beach. Harold played in 41 games for JMU from 2011-2014 and had 13 1/2 sacks as a senior. He went undrafted and signed with the Kansas City Chiefs in May. He was cut by the team earlier this week.
The Redskins won their 6th preseason opener in a row last night, beating the Cleveland Browns 20-17. You can read all about the game over here.
Here are my thoughts, in the order in which they come to me:
CLEVELAND Jay Gruden made sweeping changes following his disappointing 4-12 debut as an NFL head coach, shaking up the Redskins coaching staff and bringing in a specialist to hone the mechanics and decision-making of quarterback Robert Griffin III.
RICHMOND The Redskins will have several key starters and backups on the bench for tonight's preseason opener at Cleveland. The game - which pits the NFC East's last-place finisher, the 4-12 Redskins, against the AFC North's last-place finisher, the 7-9 Browns - may be short on quality football and entertainment value as well. But for second-year coach Jay Gruden,
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