Top Redskins News

  • Redskins' Jon Bostic: Signs with Washington

    Bostic signed a contract with the Redskins on Wednesday, Tarik El-Bashir of The Athletic reports.

    The terms of Bostic's deal aren't clear, but he may have come cheap after Pittsburgh just cut him one year into a two-year, $4 million pact. The 28-year-old registered 73 tackles, 2.5 sacks and three pass breakups over 16 games last season, but his pace noticeably fell down the stretch and he was apparently deemed expendable when the Steelers landed Devin Bush in the first round of the draft. He'll need to fend off Shaun Dion Hamilton and fifth-round rookie Cole Holcolm for snaps beside Mason Foster, but someone needs to replace the loss of Reuben Foster (knee), who was supposed to be the replacement for Zach Brown. Brown averaged 112.5 tackles in his two seasons with Washington from 2017 and 2018, also notching 3.5 sacks and two forced fumbles in 29 games.

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  • Redskins' Reuben Foster: Officially lands on IR

    Foster (knee) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Tarik El-Bashir of The Athletic reports.

    This news suggests Foster indeed suffered a severe knee injury that could involve damage to his ACL. Hunter Henry tore his ACL on May 22 last year, but the Chargers placed him on the Physically Unable to Perform list and Henry eventually returned during the playoffs. The fact Washington is placing Foster on IR right away doesn't bode well for the young linebacker. Washington signed Jon Bostic on Wednesday to take his place on the roster, but Shaun Dion Hamilton, Josh Harvey-Clemons and Cole Holcomb could also make a case for snaps alongside Mason Foster.

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  • Redskins' Paul Richardson: Missing spring practices

    Richardson (shoulder) isn't expected to practice until training camp, Kareem Copeland and Les Carpenter of The Washington Post report.

    Richardson had a plate inserted in his right shoulder in early November to address multiple fractures of the clavicle. An estimated recovery timeline of 6-to-8 months always made him a shaky bet to log any level of participation in spring practices, but he is in attendance as an observer. Richardson was limited to seven games and 262 receiving yards in the first season of a five-year, $40 million contract, battling shoulder injuries throughout training camp and into the regular season. He should still have a starting job once he gets healthy, as Washington's depth chart at wide receiver is one of the weakest in the NFL.

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  • Redskins' Case Keenum: Takes first snap at OTAs

    Keenum took the first snap Monday during team drills, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.

    Keenum was followed by first-round pick Dwayne Haskins, while Colt McCoy (leg) remains sidelined but is expected to be ready for the beginning of training camp. JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington observed a noticeable difference between Keenum and Haskins during Monday's practice, with the rookie holding a large edge in terms of both size and arm strength, while the veteran has a quicker release and better mobility. Both quarterbacks are learning new play-calling terminology from coach Jay Gruden, who has been clear about his intention to stage a three-way QB competition. Regardless, Finlay believes Haskins' ascension to the starting job "is a matter of when, not if."

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  • Redskins' Reuben Foster: Torn ACL feared

    Foster is believed to have suffered a torn ACL in addition to further damage to his left knee during Monday's OTAs, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    Foster was carted off the field with an air cast on the knee after sustaining the injury on one of the first plays of 11-on-11 work. Per JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington, the additional damage may be an issue with an artery in his leg. Assuming the diagnosis is confirmed, the 25-year-old should miss the 2019 season.

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  • Redskins' Quinton Dunbar: Not ready for OTAs

    Dunbar (shin) didn't participate in OTAs but is progressing nicely from injury, Tarik El-Bashir of The Athletic reports.

    Head coach Jay Gruden was optimistic about Dunbar, saying he's doing very well, but the team is taking a cautious approach with his recovery, per El-Bashir. Dunbar is rehabbing a shin injury sustained Week 9 in which there was a nerve problem in his leg, and the team placed him on injured reserve. It's still uncertain whether the 26-year-old will be ready for training camp or not.

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