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WR Josh Bellamy was waived by the Redskins Monday. RB Chris Johnson officially had his contract terminated by the Titans Monday. CB Ryan Mouton had his contract terminated by the Redskins Monday. DE Adewale Ojom was waived by the Titans Monday. LB Josh Hull had his contract terminated by the Redskins Monday. LB marvin Booker was waived by the Buccaneers Monday.

Washington Redskins - PlayerWatch

FS Ryan Clark has agreed to a one-year deal with the Washington Redskins, according to multiple reports. C/G Mike McGlynn was signed by the Redskins.

Washington Redskins - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Washington Redskins - INSIDE SLANT Jay Gruden's playbook for the 2014 Washington Redskins is under construction. The first-year head coach plans to cater his system to the players on the roster, including quarterback Robert Griffin III. "You don't want to put too much on your quarterback ever," Gruden said Friday afternoon at the NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. "We're going to do the best we can with our running game."

Washington Redskins - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Washington Redskins - INSIDE SLANT Jay Gruden's playbook for the 2014 Washington Redskins is under construction. The first-year head coach plans to cater his system to the players on the roster, including quarterback Robert Griffin III. "You don't want to put too much on your quarterback ever," Gruden said Friday afternoon at the NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. "We're going to do the best we can with our running game."

Washington Redskins - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Washington Redskins - INSIDE SLANT Jay Gruden's playbook for the 2014 Washington Redskins is under construction. The first-year head coach plans to cater his system to the players on the roster, including quarterback Robert Griffin III. "You don't want to put too much on your quarterback ever," Gruden said Friday afternoon at the NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium. "We're going to do the best we can with our running game."

Lawmakers call NFL on Redskins name: it's an insult, not honor

By Susan Heavey and Steve Ginsburg WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two U.S. lawmakers on Monday rejected the National Football League's claim that the Washington Redskins name was an honor to Native Americans and urged the sports league to recognize it as a racial slur and back changing the name. In a letter to the National Football League, U.S. Senator Maria Cantwell, a Democrat from Washington state, and Republican U.S. Representative Tom Cole of Oklahoma criticized the league for defending the name.

Washington Redskins - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Washington Redskins - INSIDE SLANT Maybe it's because Jay Gruden is not a household name with a long and glittering resume. Maybe it's because the 3-13 record in 2013 following a division title marked the biggest plunge in franchise history. Or maybe it's because the Washington Redskins' three Super Bowl trophies, which weren't hauled into the press conference, were won so long ago that they now would all be old enough to drink.

Washington Redskins - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Washington Redskins - INSIDE SLANT Maybe it's because Jay Gruden is not a household name with a long and glittering resume. Maybe it's because the 3-13 record in 2013 following a division title marked the biggest plunge in franchise history. Or maybe it's because the Washington Redskins' three Super Bowl trophies, which weren't hauled into the press conference, were won so long ago that they now would all be old enough to drink.

Washington Redskins - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Washington Redskins - INSIDE SLANT Maybe it's because Jay Gruden is not a household name with a long and glittering resume. Maybe it's because the 3-13 record in 2013 following a division title marked the biggest plunge in franchise history. Or maybe it's because the Washington Redskins' three Super Bowl trophies, which weren't hauled into the press conference, were won so long ago that they now would all be old enough to drink.

NFL teams fire 5 head coaches

Houston, Dec 31 (EFE).- Five NFL teams have fired their head coaches since the regular season ended on Sunday, deciding to go in a new direction in the 2014 season. The first coach sent packing was Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski, whose team was beaten 20-7 by the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. The 45-year-old Chudzinski had led the Browns for only one season, but he went 4-12 and finished in the cellar of the American Football Conference's North Division. The Minnesota Vikings parted ways with Leslie Frazier, whose team ended 5-10-1.
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