October 24, 2017
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Redskins RB Chris Thompson Signs Contract Extension

The Washington Redskins have signed third-down specialist running back Chris Thompson to a contract extension. The fifth-year running back signed a one-year restricted free agent tender this offseason but is now locked up through the 2019 season after signing a two-year extension, which includes $6.5 million guaranteed, according to NFL …

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Redskins TE Jordan Reed Activated Off PUP List

The Washington Redskins officially activated star tight end Jordan Reed off the team’s physically unable to perform list after he passed his physical Sunday. The 6-foot-3, 237-pound tight end was placed on the team’s PUP list a day before the start of training camp due to a toe injury, but …

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Redskins WR Jamison Crowder To Have Expanded Role In Offense

The Washington Redskins plan to get wide receiver Jamison Crowder involved early and often this upcoming season. “I’ve said all along Jamison can play anywhere,” Redskins head coach Jay Gruden said, via the Washington Post. “He can play outside, inside. He can play running back probably if he wanted to. …

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Redskins RB Matt Jones’ Agent Seeks Release, DB DeAngelo Hall Takes Pay Cut

Washington Redskins running back Matt Jones reported for the team’s mandatory minicamp on Tuesday, but the third-year running back may already be eyeing his next potential landing spot. Jones’ agent, Hadley Engelhard, told the Associated Press Wednesday that he “asked very politely” for Jones’ release, as “he has no future” …

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Doug Williams Promoted To Redskins’ Senior VP Of Player Personnel

The Washington Redskins have promoted senior personnel executive Doug Williams to senior vice president of player personnel, the team announced Tuesday. The Redskins’ Super Bowl XXII winning quarterback joined the franchise’s personnel department in 2014 but has been coaching and serving as a personnel executive since 1994. Williams was a …

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