|Dec 11 2018 - Kyle Fuller|
G Kyle Fuller was signed by the Redskins Tuesday (Dec. 11) from the Texans practice squad.
|Dec 11 2018 - Jordan Reed|
TE Jordan Reed's availability for the remainder of the season is in jeopardy after the Washington Redskins tight end sustained a strained big toe. Coach Jay Gruden said Reed would miss at least one week, although there's a chance he'll sit out the final three games for the reeling Redskins (6-7), who have dropped four in a row. Gruden said it's not the same toe strain that hindered the 28-year-old Reed the previous two years and required surgery on both big toes after the season.
|Dec 10 2018 - Mark Sanchez|
QB Mark Sanchez started Sunday's game against the Giants and went 6 of 14 for 38 yards, no touchdowns and two interceptions. He was also sacked five time before being replaced.
|Dec 10 2018 - Josh Doctson|
WR Josh Doctson was put in the concussion protocol on Monday. Coach Jay Gruden said he did not know when Doctson suffered the blow that led to his current status. "He checked in this morning with symptoms so we're checking him out," Gruden said. Doctson had four receptions for 84 yards on Sunday and has 39 catches for 469 yards and two touchdowns for the season.
|Dec 10 2018 - Jordan Reed|
TE Jordan Reed suffered what was diagnosed with a toe muscle strain in Washington's loss to the Giants on Sunday. Reed was scheduled to have an MRI on Monday to provide more specific information on the severity of the injury. Redskins coach Jay Gruden did not sound optimistic on Monday when he said there is a "level of concern" with Reed's availability for the rest of the season. "It's a pretty god strain," Gruden said. "We'll see if it's one week, two weeks or the rest of the year. We're not sure yet.
|Dec 10 2018 - Josh Johnson|
QB Josh Johnson, who was signed by the Redskins last Tuesday, will be the team's starting quarterback for Sunday's game against Jacksonville, head coach Jay Gruden announced Monday. Johnson replaced Mark Sanchez in Sunday's loss to the Giants and completed 11 of 16 passes for 195 yards, one touchdown and one interception.
|Dec 5 2018 - Trey Quinn|
WR Trey Quinn (ankle) was placed on reserve/injured by the Redskins Wednesday (Dec. 5). While he would normally eligible to be designated for return and begin practicing after missing at least six weeks and playing in eight weeks, the first game he would be available would be the Super Bowl.
|Dec 5 2018 - Quinton Dunbar|
CB Quinton Dunbar (leg nerve) was placed on reserve/injured by the Redskins Wednesday (Dec. 5). While he would normally eligible to be designated for return and begin practicing after missing at least six weeks and playing in eight weeks, the first game he would be available would be the Super Bowl.
|Dec 5 2018 - Dustin Hopkins|
K Dustin Hopkins hit two field goals against the Eagles on Monday and with 394 points he passed Hall of Fame wide receiver Art Monk (390) for sixth on the franchise's all-time points lost.
|Dec 5 2018 - Matt Ioannidis|
DE Matt Ioannidis (shin) missed practice on Wednesday. He did not play against Philadelphia with that lingering injury.
|Dec 5 2018 - Adrian Peterson|
RB Adrian Peterson has set the NFL record for most touchdown runs of 50 yards or more (16), which passes Hall of Famer Barry Sanders (15).
|Dec 5 2018 - Tony Bergstrom|
LG Tony Bergstrom (ankle) missed Wednesday's practice. His ankle was rolled up on during the 28-13 loss to Philadelphia on Monday.
|Dec 5 2018 - Chase Roullier|
C Chase Roullier (Grade 1 knee sprain) did not practice on Wednesday.
|Dec 5 2018 - Josh Johnson|
QB Josh Johnson was signed by the Washington Redskins, the team announced Wednesday. The move for Johnson was necessitated after quarterback Colt McCoy sustained a fractured right fibula during the final play of the first quarter of Monday's 28-13 setback to the Philadelphia Eagles. McCoy previously replaced Alex Smith, who is out for the season with a broken leg.
|Dec 4 2018 - Marcus Smith|
LB Marcus Smith was signed by the Redskins Tuesday (Dec. 4). His contract had been terminated by the Seahawks Aug. 17.
|Dec 4 2018 - Zac Kerin|
G Zac Kerin was signed by the Redskins Tuesday (Dec. 4). His contract had been terminated by the Falcons Oct. 23.
|Dec 4 2018 - Jonathan Cooper|
G Jonathan Cooper (torn biceps) was placed on reserve/injured by the Redskins Tuesday (Dec. 4).
|Dec 4 2018 - Colt McCoy|
QB Colt McCoy sustained a fractured right fibula during the final play of the first quarter of Monday's 28-13 setback to the Philadelphia Eagles. McCoy is scheduled to undergo further testing on Tuesday, but is expected to become the team's second starting quarterback to see his season come to an end. Alex Smith broke his fibula and tibia in Washington's 23-21 loss to the Houston Texans on Nov. 18. "This is a tough blow," Redskins coach Jay Gruden said. "Losing Alex was one thing. He was a great leader, great quarterback. Then Colt finally gets his opportunity and he gets kicked in the leg and breaks it. I'm heartbroken for both of those guys."
|Nov 29 2018 - Ryan Kerrigan|
OLB Ryan Kerrigan has eight or more sacks for the seventh consecutive season. According to Pro Football Reference, he is only the 15th player in NFL history to record eight or more sacks in seven consecutive seasons since sacks became an official statistic in 1982.
|Nov 29 2018 - Vernon Davis|
TE Vernon Davis had two receptions for 73 yards and one touchdown last week against Dallas. With his 53-yard touchdown reception, Davis tied Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe for sixth on the all-time list of career touchdown receptions by a tight end in NFL history.
|Nov 29 2018 - Adrian Peterson|
RB Adrian Peterson has now recorded 13,034 career rushing yards becoming the ninth player in NFL history to rush for 13,000 yards.
|Nov 29 2018 - Morgan Moses|
RT Morgan Moses (Achilles tendon) did not practice Thursday, but still expects to play Monday against Philadelphia.
|Nov 29 2018 - Jamison Crowder|
WR Jamison Crowder (right ankle) practiced for the second day in a row. He has missed the past seven games.
|Nov 27 2018 - Josh Carraway|
LB Josh Carraway was signed by the Redskins to their practice squad Monday (Nov. 26). He had been waived by the Titans Sept. 1.
|Nov 27 2018 - Cassanova McKinzy|
LB Cassanova McKinzy (torn pectoral) was placed on reserve/injured by the Tuesday (Nov. 27). While he would normally eligible to be designated for return and begin practicing after missing at least six weeks and playing in eight weeks, the first game he would be available would be the Super Bowl.
|Nov 27 2018 - Reuben Foster|
LB Reuben Foster, who was waived by the San Francisco 49ers over the weekend, has been claimed by the Washington Redskins, the team announced Tuesday. Foster has a charge of misdemeanor domestic violence pending as the result of an incident on Saturday. The league office could place Foster on the commissioner exempt list, making him unavailable to play until his legal situation is resolved. If charges are filed, a suspension could be imposed.
|Nov 27 2018 - D.J. Swearinger|
S D.J. Swearinger took aim at his own teammates during a recent radio interview. Swearinger said Monday on 106.7 The Fan that he's getting tired of the way his teammates practice. He even went so far as to say that some of the players are too casual with their attitude. "I just feel like when we're in certain preparations -- when it's Friday, when it's Saturday, when it's time to lock in and really be focused in -- I feel like it's a little bit too much playing," the 27-year-old Swearinger said, via the Washington Post. "Whether it's on Friday or whether it's the Saturday walkthrough. A lot of guys just walk through that Saturday as if that Saturday doesn't mean much. But truth be told, that Saturday means a lot. If you're a focused individual, every time that you step on the practice field -- whether it's a walkthrough, whether it's a real practice -- any time the coach is saying something, that means business."
|Nov 25 2018 - Reuben Foster|
QB Philip Rivers set a single-game NFL record by completing his first 25 passes and the San Diego Chargers rolled to a 45-10 win against the Arizona Cardinals Sunday at ROKiT Field. The Chargers scored 45 unanswered points and Rivers finished 28-of-29 passing for 259 yards and three touchdowns before departing in the fourth quarter. Rivers broke Mark Brunell's record of 22 straight completions to open a game, set in 2006, and set the single-game mark for consecutive completions. Ryan Tannehill completed 25 straight passes for the Dolphins in 2011, but that was over two games. "(Rivers) had total confidence," wide receiver Keenan Allen said. "He told us before the game he was going to ball out, and that's what he did. He wanted to come back after last week and (have a) bounce back week and I think we did a great job of that."
|Nov 25 2018 - Reuben Foster|
LB Reuben Foster was released by the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday morning. On Saturday night, Foster was arrested in Tampa, Fla., on first-degree misdemeanor domestic violence at the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay. The 49ers were in Tampa to play the Buccaneers Sunday afternoon. The team issued an announcement that it cut ties with the 24-year-old former first-round pick 3:50 a.m. (ET) Sunday without detail, saying "The San Francisco 49ers today announced they are releasing Reuben Foster." The Sports Xchange confirmed through a custody report from the Hillsborough County Sheriff's office that Foster was arrested at 9:10 p.m. Saturday and booked into Hillsborough County jail at 11:11 p.m. (ET). He was released on bail shortly after 6 a.m. Sunday.
|Nov 23 2018 - Trent Williams|
LT Trent Williams was hospitalized overnight in Dallas after suffering a chest injury in Thursday's 32-23 loss to the Cowboys. Williams played the entire game but was taken by ambulance to the hospital following the contest. A team spokesman cited precautionary reasons for the hospital visit, according to the Washington Post. Redskins coach Jay Gruden provided an update on the injury Friday morning, telling reporters that Williams was hospitalized to undergo X-rays on his ribs. The X-rays were negative, according to Gruden, who said he expected the six time Pro Bowl selection to be back at practice on Monday.
|Nov 22 2018 - Colt McCoy|
QB Colt McCoy completed 24 of 38 passes for 268 yards and two touchdowns in Thursday's 31-23 loss at Dallas. McCoy, though, threw three interceptions and was sacked three times.
|Nov 22 2018 - Trey Quinn|
WR Trey Quinn caught a 10-yard touchdown pass in Thursday's 31-23 loss at Dallas.
|Nov 21 2018 - Reuben Foster|
OLB Reuben Foster (strained hamstring) was limited in practice Wednesday in his quest to return to action in Week 12 against Tampa Bay. He's missed the last two games.
|Nov 21 2018 - Dustin Hopkins|
K Dustin Hopkins is one 50-yard field goal away from tying the franchise record for a single season. He has three 50-plus yard kicks and would tie four other Redskins kickers.
|Nov 21 2018 - Adrian Peterson|
RB Adrian Peterson is one rushing touchdown from tying Jim Brown (105) for fifth-most rushing touchdowns in NFL history.
|Nov 21 2018 - Quinton Dunbar|
CB Quinton Dunbar (shin) has missed four of the past five games and did not participate in the walkthrough Tuesday.
|Nov 21 2018 - Jamison Crowder|
WR Jamison Crowder (right ankle) has missed six straight games, but did not participate in Tuesday's walkthrough.
|Nov 19 2018 - Adrian Peterson|
RB Adrian Peterson made history again Sunday, scoring twice to move up to sixth all time with 105 career rushing touchdowns. He past former Redskin and Pro Football Hall of Famer John Riggins, who had 104 rushing touchdowns over his 14-year career. Peterson is one touchdown behind Jim Brown, who has 106 career rushing touchdowns. He finished the game with 51 yards rushing on 16 attempts and two touchdowns.
|Nov 19 2018 - Alex Smith|
QB Alex Smith completed 12-of-27 pass attempts for 135 yards before suffering a gruesome leg injury in the third quarter. He was placed on injured reserve Monday.
|Nov 19 2018 - Colt McCoy|
QB Colt McCoy saw his first action after Alex Smith left with an injury in the third quarter. McCoy completed 6-of-12 pass attempts for 54 yards and one touchdown for a passer rating of 90.3.
|Nov 19 2018 - Jordan Reed|
TE Jordan Reed led the Redskins with seven receptions for 71 yards (10.1 avg.) and one touchdown. It was Reed's first touchdown catch since Week 1.
|Nov 19 2018 - Mark Sanchez|
QB Mark Sanchez was signed to serve as a backup to Colt McCoy after QB Alex Smith was lost for the year with a right leg injury. Sanchez is reunited with Redskins offensive coordinator Matt Cavanaugh, who served as his quarterbacks coach with the New York Jets from 2009-12. He also will get reacquainted with Redskins offensive line coach Bill Callahan, who held the same title for three seasons during Sanchez's time with the Jets.
|Nov 19 2018 - Mason Foster|
LB Mason Foster had a big game against the Texans. He recorded 10 tackles (nine solo), one interception, one pass defensed and one fumble recovery. Foster has recorded 10 or more tackles in a single game for a career best, six games in a season.
|Nov 19 2018 - Ryan Kerrigan|
LB Ryan Kerrigan started his 122nd straight regular-season game, the longest active streak among active NFL linebackers. Kerrigan has not missed a start in his NFL career.
|Nov 19 2018 - Alex Smith|
QB Alex Smith was placed on reserve/injured by the Redskins Monday (Nov. 19). He suffered two broken bones in his leg during Sunday's game against the Texans.
|Nov 19 2018 - Mark Sanchez|
QB Mark Sanchez was signed by the Redskins Monday (Nov. 19). Sanchez was inactive for all 16 games with the Bears in 2017 and became an unrestricted free agent in March. He had not been signed by any team this year.
|Nov 19 2018 - Alex Smith|
QB Alex Smith's career is not thought to be in jeopardy after he sustained a broken tibia and fibula, according to a published report Monday.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that Smith is expected to make a full recovery after he was injured on a sack in the third quarter of Sunday's 23-21 loss to the Houston Texans. Colt McCoy entered the game in place of the 34-year-old Smith, who was injured 33 years to the day of former Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann. Theismann, ironically, was in attendance at Sunday's game.
|Nov 18 2018 - Alex Smith|
QB Alex Smith suffered two broken bones in his leg in the third period after he was sacked by the Texans' Kareem Jackson and J.J. Watt. As he rolled over, Smith's ankle was dangling awkwardly. Smith was carted off the field. After the game, Washington head coach Jay Gruden confirmed Smith had broken his tibia and fibula and would need to have surgery immediately.Smith had completed 12 of 27 passes for 135 yards with two interceptions before being hurt. Joe Theismann, who was in attendance, broke his leg in a Monday night game on Nov. 18, 1985, against the New York Giants. Theismann, who was 35 at the time, never played again.
|Nov 17 2018 - Byron Marshall|
RB Byron Marshall was activated from reserve/injured; designated for return by the Redskins Saturday (Nov. 17).
|Nov 16 2018 - Josh Holsey|
CB Joshua Holsey was signed by the Redskins to their practice squad Thursday (Nov. 15). He had been waived by the Redskins Tuesday.