Washington Redskins

Stadium: FedEx Field | Coach: Jay Gruden
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense16th90.5 (27th)234.4 (11th)
Defense20th134.1 (31st)213.8 (11th)


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Thu Aug 30
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Sun Sep 9
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Mon Oct 8
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Sun Oct 14
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Thu Nov 22
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Mon Dec 3
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Sun Dec 9
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Redskins' Jeremy Sprinkle: Expected to make team
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Sprinkle has the inside track to a roster spot with the Redskins, Rich Tandler of NBC Sports Washington reports.

A 2017 fifth-round pick, Sprinkle caught two passes for 13 yards and a touchdown in 11 games during his rookie season, playing nearly as many snaps on special teams (125) as offense (126). With Niles Paul leaving for Jacksonville in the offseason, Sprinkle should step up to No. 3 spot on the depth chart at tight end behind oft-injured Jordan Reed (toe) and 34-year-old Vernon Davis. The Redskins otherwise have young, undrafted players filling out their depth chart at the position ahead of training camp.

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Redskins' Trey Quinn: Pushing for roster spot
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Quinn, the final pick in the 2018 NFL Draft, made a strong impression throughout OTAs and minicamp, Rich Tandler of NBC Sports Washington reports.

Henceforth known as Mr. Irrelevant 2018, the SMU product led the nation with 114 receptions last season. While he failed to impress at the combine, Quinn at least has above-average size (6-0, 203 pounds) and adequate speed (4.55 40) for a wideout who figures to primarily work from the slot as a professional. He's apparently off to a good start in Washington, perhaps giving him a leg up in a training-camp battle with Brian Quick, Robert Davis (undisclosed) and a few undrafted rookies for what likely will be one or two roster spots. Jamison Crowder, Paul Richardson and Josh Doctson project as the starters, with Maurice Harris the favorite for the No. 4 role.

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Redskins' Kapri Bibbs: Faces challenge to make team
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bibbs (undisclosed) may need to beat out Rob Kelley (ankle) for a roster spot, Rich Tandler of NBC Sports Washington reports.

Derrius Guice and Chris Thompson (leg) are roster locks and Samaje Perine also figures to stick around. Kelley may be the early favorite for the fourth spot, but his power-based skill set feels redundant behind Guice and Perine. The 25-year-old Bibbs offers more as a pass catcher, which could help him make a push if the team is worried about Thompson's rehab process or even just his ability to stay healthy moving forward. Byron Marshall (hamstring), Keith Marshall (knee) and undrafted rookie Martez Carter will also be clawing for the final running back spot.

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Redskins' Colt McCoy: Still in No. 2 role
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

McCoy likely will stick around in Washington for another season as the No. 2 quarterback, Rich Tandler of NBC Sports Washington reports.

The Redskins traded for Alex Smith and Kevin Hogan, but they merely swapped sixth-round picks to acquire the latter. While unlikely to beat out McCoy for the backup job, Hogan might convince the team to keep three quarterbacks if he looks good during training camp. McCoy spent the past three seasons backing up Kirk Cousins, who started all 16 games each year. The 31-year-old hasn't thrown a pass in the regular season since 2015 or started a game since 2014.

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Redskins' Trent Williams: Expected back for training camp
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Williams (knee) is "very close" to feeling like himself and is expected to be ready for training camp, Kimberley A. Martin of The Washington Post reports. "I got the go-ahead to kind of do whatever I can without obviously being too aggressive on it," Williams said. "I'm extremely blessed. I'll be ready before camp."

Williams has been rehabbing for the past five months after undergoing knee surgery and it appears as if the veteran is getting very close to returning to full strength. Once training camp rolls around, Williams will finally get an opportunity to take the field with new quarterback Alex Smith.

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