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Washington Redskins

Stadium: FedEx Field | Coach: Jay Gruden
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense10th135.2 (7th)234.4 (15th)
Defense18th110.6 (14th)243.5 (20th)
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39Amerson, David FS6-120512/8/19912North Carolina State
92Baker, Chris DE6-232510/8/19873Hampton
30Biggers, E.J. FS6-01856/13/19876Western Michigan
72Bowen, Stephen DE6-53003/28/19849Hofstra
26Breeland, Bashaud CB5-111971/30/1992RClemson
66Chester, Chris G6-33031/12/19839Oklahoma
25Clark, Ryan FS5-1120510/12/197913Louisiana State
96Cofield, Barry NT6-43033/19/19849Northwestern
46Compton, Will ILB6-12309/19/19891Nebraska
68Compton, Tom T6-53085/10/19892South Dakota
8Cousins, Kirk QB6-32028/19/19883Michigan State
2Forbath, Kai K5-111979/2/19873UCLA
88Garcon, Pierre WR6-02168/8/19867Mount Union
94Geathers, Clifton DT6-832512/11/19875South Carolina
64Golston, Kedric DE6-43185/30/19839Georgia
14Grant, Ryan WR6-019312/19/1990RTulane
10Griffin III, Robert QB6-22222/12/19903Baylor
23Hall, DeAngelo CB5-1019811/19/198311Virginia Tech
85Hankerson, Leonard WR6-22111/30/19894Miami (Fla.)
97Hatcher, Jason DE6-62997/13/19829Grambling State
55Hayward, Adam OLB6-12406/23/19848Portland State
29Helu, Roy RB5-1121512/7/19884Nebraska
27Ihenacho, Duke DB6-12076/16/19893San Jose State
11Jackson, DeSean WR5-1017812/1/19867California
99Jenkins, Jarvis DE6-43154/24/19884Clemson
54Jordan, Akeem ILB6-12558/17/19858James Madison
73Kearse, Frank DT6-531010/28/19883Alabama A&M
91Kerrigan, Ryan OLB6-42608/16/19884Purdue
77Lauvao, Shawn G6-331510/26/19875Arizona State
67LeRibeus, Josh G6-23157/2/19893Southern Methodist
78Lichtensteiger, Kory G6-22963/22/19856Bowling Green State
60Long, Spencer G6-531111/8/1990RNebraska
16McCoy, Colt QB6-12159/5/19865Texas
45Miller, Gabe LB6-325012/5/19872Oregon State
46Morris, Alfred RB5-1022412/12/19883Florida Atlantic
76Moses, Morgan T6-63183/3/1991RVirginia
89Moss, Santana WR5-101936/1/197914Miami (Fla.)
93Murphy, Trent LB6-625812/22/1990RStanford
98Orakpo, Brian OLB6-42577/31/19866Texas
84Paul, Niles TE6-12418/9/19894Nebraska
82Paulsen, Logan TE6-52612/26/19875UCLA
74Polumbus, Tyler T6-83084/10/19856Colorado
22Porter, Tracy CB5-111888/11/19867Indiana
24Rambo, Bacarri SS6-02116/27/19902Georgia
24Redd, Silas RB5-102003/1/1992RUSC
86Reed, Jordan TE6-22377/3/19902Florida
56Riley, Perry ILB6-02385/3/19885Louisiana State
12Roberts, Andre WR5-111871/9/19885The Citadel
34Robinson, Trenton DB5-91952/16/19903Michigan State
52Robinson, Keenan LB6-32387/7/19893Texas
15Robinson, Aldrick WR5-1018411/24/19883Southern Methodist
57Sundberg, Nick LS6-02647/29/19875California
5Way, Tress P6-12154/18/19901Oklahoma
71Williams, Trent T6-53377/19/19885Oklahoma
36Young, Darrel FB5-112514/8/19875Villanova
Injured Players
29Bridget, Courtney (IR) DB6-31953/22/1991RHampton
40Caussin, Mike (IR) TE6-52432/26/19873James Madison
95Neild, Chris (IR) NT6-232812/1/19874West Virginia
6Rice, Jerry (IR) WR5-111857/27/1991RNevada-Las Vegas
53Sharpton, Darryl (IR) ILB5-112351/1/19885Miami (Fla.)
Suspended Players
31Meriweather, Brandon SS5-111971/14/19848Miami (Fla.)
Roster Analysis
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Position Listing
Pierre Garcon
Redskins wide receivers Pierre Garcon (hamstring) and DeSean Jackson (ankle) will return to action Monday after missing the team's first preseason game, the Washington Post reports.

Monday's game against the Browns will be the first opportunity to see how each receiver is featured in new head coach Jay Gruden's offensive scheme in a game setting.

Stephen Bowen
Jay Gruden has expressed uncertainty over the possibility of Redskins defensive end Stephen Bowen being available to start the regular season, per the Washington Post.

Bowen landed on the PUP list before training camp after undergoing knee surgery late last season. He contributed 19 tackles in 10 starts.

Knee - PUP. Eligible to return Week 7 vs. Tennessee
Shawn Lauvao
Redskins guard Shawn Lauvao is adjusting well to his new team, offensive line coach Chris Foerster said. Lavao came over from the Browns and is expected to start at left guard next to Trent Williams.

"He got better every day," Foerster said of Lauvao's work at mandatory minicamp and OTAs. "It was all new to him. He needs to get out there and play. He’s more of a practice guy; he needs to be out there doing it.

"Trent [Williams] can make a lot of guys look good when they play next to him. He’s doing a good job with Shawn teaching him how to do things and [Lauvao] made huge strides from voluntary minicamp."

Ryan Clark
Redskins safety Ryan Clark sat out practice Saturday due to a lingering hamstring injury. The team will take a cautious approach with the 34-year-old heading into the second week of preseason.

"We're going to be very safe with him," head coach Jay Gruden said.
Trenton Robinson
Redskins offensive lineman Kory Lichtensteiger (stringer), defensive back Brandon Meriweather (chest), defensive back Trenton Robinson (ankle) and running back Darrel Young (hamstring), who were listed as probable on Friday's injury report, are active for Week 15 at Atlanta.
Bashaud Breeland
With the 102nd pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Washington Redskins selected cornerback Bashaud Breeland from Clemson.

The 5-foot-11, 197-pound corner will give the Redskins some length in the secondary. Breeland enjoyed a breakout campaign at Clemson last year, totaling 74 tackles with five tackles for loss, two sacks and two forced fumbles in 13 games. Breeland lacks a bit of speed, clocking a 4.62 40-yard time at the combine.
Jerry Rice
Redskins receiver Jerry Rice tore the labrum in his left shoulder Thursday and will need surgery, coach Jay Gruden said, adding Rice likely will go on injured reserve. Rice fell on his shoulder trying to make a catch in the end zone.

The son of the Hall of Famer went undrafted out of UNLV before hooking on with the Redskins.

Shoulder - IR. Out for season
Perry Riley
Linebacker Perry Riley's new deal with the Redskins is worth $13 million over three years, reports Riley had 115 tackles and three sacks last season.
Santana Moss
Redskins receiver Santana Moss is ready to work for his roster spot this year, reports the Washington Post.

Moss, 35, could be on the bubble after the Redskins signed receivers DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts as free agents. That puts Moss at No. 4 at best behind those two receivers and No. 1 option Pierre Garcon.

"I've never not had to go work for my job," Moss said. "So at the end of the day, there's always competition. Like you say, you all will rate where somebody’s at. I never did that. I went out here and worked. That’s why I’m able to be here today is because I've always showed instead of talked about it. So I'm gonna continue to do that. I'm gonna go out here and practice hard and put everything on tape and at the end of the day, you can judge on the tape."

Moss had 42 catches for 452 yards and two touchdowns last season.

Duke Ihenacho
The Redskins claimed safety Duke Ihenacho off waivers from the Broncos. He made 74 tackles and forced three fumbles in 15 regular-season games, then started all three playoff games for Denver.

Ihenacho became expendable after the Broncos signed T.J. Ward in free agency.

Kory Lichtensteiger
The Redskins have moved Kory Lichtensteiger to center after signing guard Shawn Lauvao this spring. The thinking is that Lauvao will play left guard, which is where Lichtensteiger used to play. 

"I'm excited about it," Lichtensteiger told ESPN. "It's one of those things I always excelled at, more so than guard. When I made that switch in college [at Bowling Green], it was my better years at football. For whatever reason my build, my ability is more suited to center. I look forward to snapping the ball, making some calls and hopefully taking my game to a higher level."

Brandon Meriweather
The appeal by Redskins strong safety Brandon Meriweather of a two-game suspension has been denied by the league.

Meriwether was hit with the punishment for a helmet-to-helmet hit on Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith.

Suspension - Eligible to return Week 3 at Philadelphia
Chris Chester
No Updates
Tyler Polumbus
No Updates
Keenan Robinson
The Redskins announced Monday they placed linebacker Keenan Robinson (pectoral) and safety Phillip Thomas (foot) on injured reserve. The team also waived/injured Richard Crawford and Jeremy Kimbrough, and released wide reciever Chip Reeves.
Chris Neild
The Redskins have sliced their roster down to the league-mandated 53 with several cuts on Saturday.

Included among the waived offensive players are running backs Evan Royster, Lache Seastrunk and Chris Thompson. Also gone from that side of the ball are wide receiver Nick Williams and lineman Maurice Hurt .

Defenders cut loose are cornerback Chase Minnifield, linebacker Everette Brown and safety Phillip Thomas.

Placekicker Zach Hocker has also been waived.

The Redskins have also placed defensive tackle Chris Neild and linebacker Darryl Sharpton on the reserve/injured list and defensive end Stephen Bowen and wide receiver Leonard Hankerson on the PUP list.

Jarvis Jenkins
Redskins defensive lineman Jarvis Jenkins, who entered the day with zero sacks for his career, recorded half a sack Week 11 at Philadelphia. He also had four tackles, including three solo.
E.J. Biggers
The Redskins re-signed cornerback E.J. Biggers, reports Pro Football Talk. He played in every game last season, recording 35 tackles, two passes defended and an interception.
Frank Kearse
The Redskins signed free agent defensive end Frank Kearse  and three college free agents: cornerbacks Courtney Bridget and Blake Sailors and safety Ross Madison.

In corresponding moves, the Redskins waived defensive lineman Chris Davenport, safety Jose Gumbs, tight end Kevin Perry and quarterback Tommy Rees.

Barry Cofield
The Washington Redskins were all over Bears quarterbacks Jay Cutler and Josh McCown all afternoon during the Week 7 win at home against Chicago. In the end, however, the team registered only two sacks.

Nose tackles Chris Baker and Barry Cofield produced the sacks on the afternoon for Washington. It was Baker's sack that injured Cutler and caused him to leave the game.

The 29-year-old veteran Cofield now has three sacks on the season for Washington to go with 12 tackles. He's registered all three sacks in his last three games.

Baker, 26, picked up just his first sack of the year. In fact, it was the first quarterback take down of his career and it sent Cutler to the locker room. Baker has eight tackles on the year. Washington plays its next game at Denver Week 8.
Trent Williams
Redskins tackle Trent Williams is dealing with shoulder soreness, Comcast SportsNet Washington reports. The issue is considered minor, and Williams should be available for his normal role in the team's next preseason game.
Jordan Reed
Redskins tight end Jordan Reed missed Monday's practice with a sprained thumb, reports Coach Jay Gruden said Reed will be ready for the season opener.
Thumb - Probable for Week 1 at Houston
Alfred Morris
Redskins running back Alfred Morris rushed for 29 yards on 11 carries in Monday's preseason game against the Browns.

Morris had particular trouble in goal-to-go situations, gaining two yards from the eight-yard line before failing to reach the end zone on four straight carries from three yards or closer, with the last three coming right on the one-yard line. He'll look to bounce back in Saturday's preseason game against the Ravens.

Courtney Bridget
The Redskins waived/injured rookie cornerback Courtney Bridget, who needs shoulder surgery.
Kirk Cousins
With reports circulating that Kirk Cousins has been outplaying Robert Griffin III in training camp, Redskins offensive coordinator Sean McVay sought to dispel any notion of a quarterback controversy. "Robert is our starting quarterback," McVay emphatically told reporters.
Kai Forbath
Redskins coach Jay Gruden said the placekicker competition between Kai Forbath and rookie Zach Hocker will come down to Thursday's preseason finale against the Bucs.

"That’s another tight battle," Gruden said, according to The Washington Post. "It’s a close battle. Both of them have done a very good job in my opinion. I don’t think we can go wrong either way with the place kicker. Unfortunately, we’ll probably have to choose one, and that’ll come down to Thursday night. I like both of them. I feel good about kicking with both of them in a game. So, that’ll be a tough call."

Darryl Sharpton
The Redskins have placed inside linebacker Darryl Sharpton on injured reserve.

Sharpton, who has been dealing with a high ankle sprain, started eight of the last nine games in 2013 and finished the season with a career-high 87 tackles.

Ankle - IR. Out for season
Silas Redd
The Redskins have cut running backs Lache Seastrunk, Chris Thompson and Evan Royster, leaving the third spot behind Alfred Morris and Roy Helu to Silas Redd.

Royster is the most notable of the departures. But his reps have lessened in each of the last three seasons.

Roy Helu
With Chris Thompson and Lache Seastruck getting cut Saturday, Roy Helu is the Redskins' only proven running back "in the area of pass protection," reports the Washington Post. "Helu also is a good receiver."

Helu projects to have a significant role in obvious passing situations, replacing Alfred Morris.

Trent Murphy
The Redskins and Trent Murphy agreed to terms on a rookie deal, the team announced Friday. The 6-foot-5, 250-pound linebacker figures he'll battle for playing time in camp this summer.

With Stanford last year he had 62 tackles, including an eye-popping 23.5 tackles for loss, and 15 sacks as a 3-4 pass rusher. 

David Amerson
Redskins cornerback David Amerson improved throughout his rookie season and should get a chance to start in 2014, reports A second-round pick, Amerson made 48 tackles and two interceptions serving as the No. 3 corner behind DeAngelo Hall and Josh Wilson, both of whom are entering free agency.
Will Compton
The Redskins promoted linebacker Will Compton to the active roster, signed free-agent linebacker Adrian Robinson and put linebacker Nick Barnett (knee) on injured reserve. Washington also signed tight end Gabe Miller to its practice squad. 
Adam Hayward
Free agent linebacker Adam Hayward agreed to a three-year contract with the Redskins, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter. Hayward made 26 tackles in a backup role for the Buccaneers last season.
DeAngelo Hall
Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall shouldn't miss much time with his bruised back, coach Jay Gruden told Hall leaped to break up a pass in Sunday's practice, "hit the ground hard and wound up doing a somersault" the report said.

"They carted him off for a dramatic exit," Gruden said. "He could have walked off and made it a lot easier on me today."

Clifton Geathers
The Redskins have agreed to terms with cornerback Tracy Porter, defensive lineman Clifton Geathers and linebacker Darryl Sharpton.

The National Football Post reported the signings for Porter and Geathers. Pro Football Talk reported the signing for Sharpton, who signed a one-year deal for $2 million.

Josh LeRibeus
Washington has made QB Robert Griffin III, WR Josh Morgan, CB Chase Minnifield, C J.D. Walton, G Josh LeRibeus, LB Adrian Robinson and LB Brian Orakpo inactive Week 17.

Griffin III continues to sit in favor of Kirk Cousins. Orakpo is dealing with a groin injury, and has not improved enough to play.

Ryan Kerrigan
Redskins outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan is under contract through 2015 after the team picked up his option. The 2011 first-round pick envisions staying in Washington beyond that.

"I’ve worked hard these past few years to be the best I can for the team and for the organization," he told the Muncie Star Press of Indiana. "I’m going to be a part of it for at least an additional year and hopefully after that, even longer."

Kerrigan has 24.5 sacks over his first three years.

Mike Caussin
A sprained knee that has hampered Redskins tight end Mike Caussin since early in camp has landed him on injured reserve, the Washington Times has reported.

Caussin, who signed with the team in late July, has spent most of his career with Buffalo and has managed just five receptions in his NFL career.

Knee - IR. Likely out for season
Robert Griffin III
Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he thinks it would be "beneficial in some ways" for quarterback Robert Griffin III to play Thursday against the Buccaneers, but Gruden won't decide until Tuesday. Griffin is enduring a shaky preseason and has been outplayed by backup Kirk Cousins.
Tracy Porter
Redskins cornerback Tracy Porter was removed from Monday's preseason game against the Browns with a hamstring injury and will not return, the team announced. Porter has been recovering from offseason shoulder surgery.
Spencer Long
No Updates
Gabe Miller
The Redskins signed center Tevita Stevens, running back Davin Meggett, tight ends Gabe Miller and Richard Quinn, punter Robert Malone and defensive backs Ryan Mouton and Peyton Thompson to reserve/futures contracts, enabling them to participate in the offseason program.
Tress Way
The Bears have signed return specialist Darius Reynaud and cornerback Peyton Thompson, the team announced Monday, while waiving punter Tress Way and long snapper Chad Rempel.
Brian Orakpo
Washington linebacker Brian Orakpo left Saturday's preseason game against Baltimore with an ankle injury. Orakpo sustained the injury in the first half and was ruled out for the remainder of the game. After the game, head coach Jay Gruden told reporters that the injury is believed to be minor.
Ankle - Probable for Week 1 at Houston
Akeem Jordan
Redskins head coach Jay Gruden told reporters that linebacker Akeem Jordan may have a sprained ACL or MCL, according to the Washington Post. Jordan suffered the injury in the first half and was unable to return. His status remains uncertain for Week 1 against the Texans.
Knee - Questionable for Week 1 at Houston
Tom Compton
No Updates
DeSean Jackson
Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson caught two of his four targets for 34 yards in Monday's preseason game against the Browns.

Jackson connected with quarterback Robert Griffin III on a 23-yard play on the team's first drive. Jackson caught another pass in Browns territory on the offense's second drive as was targeted on Griffin's next two attempts on the drive, with one falling incomplete and the other being intercepted. Jackson has been limited by an ankle injury during the preseason.

Darrel Young
Washington LB Ryan Kerrigan and FB Darrel Young are probable Week 17.

Kerrigan is dealing with a wrist injury, but fully participated in pratice Thursday and Friday. Young has a hamstring issue.

Chris Baker
The Redskins re-signed defensive lineman Chris Baker to a three-year, $12 million contract, including $4 million guaranteed. He appeared in 15 games last season, starting three.

Baker, 26, was credited by coaches with 46 tackes, 26 solo, and his first career sack Week 7 against the Bears.

Andre Roberts
Redskins receiver Andre Roberts is competing to be the team's kickoff and punt returner. He told he's eager to make an impact not just as a receiver but on special teams.

“I feel like I’m one of those players who when he gets the ball in his hands he can make some big plays,” he said.

It's unlikely the Redskins will use Roberts as the primary option on both kick and punt returns. If he had to choose, he'd return kickoffs. In his career he's returned 16 kickoffs for an average of 22.4 yards.

Colt McCoy
Quarterback Colt McCoy signed with the Redskins. He appeared in four games for the 49ers last year after spending his first three seasons with Cleveland. McCoy heads to Washington as the No. 3 QB behind Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins.
Aldrick Robinson
Redskins third-year receiver Aldrick Robinson has always been a speedster, but this year he's harnessing that speed and paying more attention to detail, reports

"He’s caught the ball well, and that’s something he didn’t do in 2012," said receivers coach Ike Hilliard, who coached Robinson two years ago before spending last season in Buffalo. "He’s always been a smart kid. Everyone knows his biggest asset is his speed. He’s playing more under control."

"He’s becoming a more complete receiver," offensive coordinator Sean McVay added. "He’s showing more route versatility."

Robinson, who had 12 catches in the final four games last year, said he feels now he can excel as more than just a deep threat. The praise he's getting is a good sign as he tries to stick on the roster.

Jason Hatcher
Redskins defensive end Jason Hatcher will make his preseason debut Saturday against the Ravens, reports Hatcher had arthroscopic knee surgery in late June.

"He's fired up and ready to go," coach Jay Gruden said. "He looked good today."

Hatcher, 32, said he feels great and has his speed, quickness and strength back where it needs to be.

Logan Paulsen
With the 217th pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, the Washington Redskins selected tight end Ted Bolser from Indiana.

The 6-foot-6, 248-pound tight end ran a 4.85-second 40-yard dash at the combine. Bolser totaled 34 receptions for 320 yards and six touchdowns in 2013. He will join a tight end group that includes Jordan Reed, Logan Paulsen and Niles Paul.
Nick Sundberg
The Redskins released safety Jordan Pugh and signed defensive back Trenton Robinson, reports 106.7 The Fan. Washington also placed long snapper Nick Sundberg and linebacker Bryan Kehl on IR with knee injuries.

Long snapper Kyle Nelson was signed to replace Sundberg, and linebacker Josh Hull was added to replace Kehl.

Niles Paul
Redskins tight end Niles Paul is fine after bruising a knuckle in Monday's game against the Browns, Comcast SportsNet Washington reports. The injury will not cause him to miss time.

Leonard Hankerson
The Redskins have sliced their roster down to the league-mandated 53 with several cuts on Saturday.

Included among the waived offensive players are running backs Evan Royster, Lache Seastrunk and Chris Thompson. Also gone from that side of the ball are wide receiver Nick Williams and lineman Maurice Hurt .

Defenders cut loose are cornerback Chase Minnifield, linebacker Everette Brown and safety Phillip Thomas.

Placekicker Zach Hocker has also been waived.

The Redskins have also placed defensive tackle Chris Neild and linebacker Darryl Sharpton on the reserve/injured list and defensive end Stephen Bowen and wide receiver Leonard Hankerson on the PUP list.

Knee - PUP. Eligible to return Week 7 vs. Tennessee
Morgan Moses
With the 66th pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Redskins selected Virginia offensive tackle Morgan Moses .

At 6-foot-6 and 314 pounds, Moses has versatility and could end up playing both left and right tackle. He started 43 games in college including 12 last season at left tackle. Considered by many to be a Top 40 player in the draft, Moses slid down the board because of struggles with smaller, faster defenders as he doesn't have the quick feet for them. He also has a hard time staying consistent as a run blocker.

The Redskins might choose to press him into their lineup at right tackle.

Ryan Grant
Redskins rookie receiver Ryan Grant, a fifth-round pick out of Tulane, has impressed coaches with his savvy play during camp, reports the Washington Post. With DeSean Jackson resting his sore legs Saturday, Grant took some reps with the starters.

"Every rookie handles [their first training camp] differently," coach Jay Gruden said. "Some rookies are basket cases, some are cool, calm and collected. Ryan Grant looks like he’s been here for 10 years. He’s handled it perfectly."

Bacarri Rambo
Washington has made FS Bacarri Rambo, LB Brandon Jenkins, CB Chase Minnifield, C J.D. Walton, OG Josh LeRibeus and QB Robert Griffin III inactive Week 16 against Cowboys.

Kirk Cousins will get the start for Washington. Rex Grossman will be the team's backup while Griffin misses another game.

Kedric Golston
Washington defensive end Kedric Golston says there's no schism in the team's locker room, according to The Washington Post.

"Just because you don’t agree on something doesn’t mean that you’re apart," Golston said. He added that the team still has confidence in head coach Mike Shanahan. The team has been under some criticism after quarterback Robert Griffin III had some strange post-game comments following the team's loss to the Eagles. Both Griffin and Shanahan have downplayed the comments.

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