Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III returned to the practice field for the first time since dislocating his left ankle in Week 2 and looked "fine" while handling a limited workload, coach Jay Gruden said.
For a few tantalizing moments, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III looked like his old self again in the first quarter of Sunday¿s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars at FedEx Field. Then his star-crossed career came unraveled again.
hen the Ravens face the Washington Redskins and their explosive wide receiver tandem of DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon Saturday night at M&T Bank Stadium, their lack of cornerback depth will come into focus.
As the Ravens continue to search for a new offensive coordinator, former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan had a good interview this week and made a positive impression, according to sources.
As the Ravens hold their annual season review press conference this morning with owner Steve Bisciotti, general manager Ozzie Newsome, team president Dick Cass and coach John Harbaugh, offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell is interviewing today for the Tennessee Titans' head coaching vacancy.
In the months after the read-option took the NFL by storm, defensive coaches around the league became hell-bent on eradicating it, hoping to make the read-option go the way of the Wildcat and other near-extinct schemes.
Cornell University released its report Sunday on incidents that led to the suspension of the men's lacrosse team from fall events. The report reveals what it calls a "presence of a culture within this group of treating new members as less than equals."
On Tuesday ¿ 10 months after his injury ¿ Webb suited up for the first day of training camp, and while he had limited participation in team drills, the fifth-year cornerback is on target to play in the Ravens' regular-season opener against the Denver Broncos on Sept. 5.
Austin is quick to admit being a first-round pick probably wouldn't have been the case a few years ago, when NFL teams wouldn't have coveted a 5-foot-8, 174-pound receiver who did most of his damage out the slot, no matter how slippery he was in the open field.
Given that the Ravens have made a trade in the first round of the draft five times in the past seven years, most fans are well aware there is a chance the team could trade out of the first round again Thursday night.