Former Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden has sued Commissioner Roger Goodell and the NFL, alleging that a “malicious and orchestrated campaign” was used to destroy Gruden's career by leaking old emails he had sent that included racist, misogynistic and homophobic comments.
Jon Gruden is being dropped from the Madden NFL 22 video game after he resigned as coach of the Las Vegas Raiders because it was reported that he used racist, homophobic and misogynistic language in emails.
The NFL is not planning to make public any of the hundreds of thousands of emails it obtained as part of an investigation of the Washington Football Team, some of which led to the resignation of Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden.
A report that Jon Gruden used a racist comment about NFL Players Association leader DeMaurice Smith in an email 10 years ago drew a strong and quick rebuke Friday from the NFL.
A Wall Street Journal story noted that Gruden, then working for ESPN and now coach of the Las Vegas Raiders, referred in a racist way to Smith's facial features.
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — When Landon Collins joined Washington in 2019, he told friends something needed to change.
In the two years since he played his first game in burgundy and gold, just about everything has.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Redskins hired Ron Rivera as their coach on Wednesday in owner Dan Snyder's latest step to try to turn around the wayward franchise...
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — Bruce Allen was mocked five years ago when he proclaimed that his perennially last-place Washington Redskins were “winning off the field...
In the air above Hard Rock Stadium, before the bungling Redskins and hapless Dolphins took the field, a plane towed a banner calling for Miami fans to do their part to help get Washington team president Bruce Allen fired.
ASHBURN, Va. (AP) — Owner Dan Snyder and President Bruce Allen summoned coach Jay Gruden to the Washington Redskins' facility before dawn Monday to tell him he was being fired...
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — FedEx Field is just 22 years old but a concrete relic of stadiums past, with the clock ticking on its status as an NFL building...
HBO and the NFL have yet to announce this year's focus for their documentary series, "Hard Knocks."
Oddsmakers, however, have pegged the Washington Redskins as the favorites to be the subject of the show with BetOnline.AG giving the franchise 5-4 odds.
INDIANAPOLIS Team president Bruce Allen said Friday the Redskins were "never" involved in discussions for quarterback Joe Flacco.
The Baltimore Ravens agreed to trade Flacco to the Denver Broncos earlier this month, and reports soon emerged about the Redskins being one of the teams interested in the veteran before the deal was agreed upon.
Redskins team president Bruce Allen will return to the organization in 2019 and maintain his control of football operations.
Since his arrivalin 2009, the Redskins have gone 59-84-1 with Allen overseeing the franchise.
A few days after the New York Giants' ill-fated 5-11 season ended, general manager Dave Gettleman faced reporters in a press conference. For 35 minutes he fielded questions about Eli Manning's and Odell Beckham Jr.'s futures with the team, why the defense played poorly and whether the Giants were in the midst of a rebuild.
Generally speaking, reaching the playoffs is a good thing.
Teams toil through training camps and long seasons to earn an invitation to the after-party.
That's the only shot at dancing with a trophy at the end, as the Washington Capitals demonstrated last summer.
PHILADELPHIA Redskins team president Bruce Allen told ESPN's Lisa Salters that Washington did its own investigation "of sorts" into Reuben Foster's domestic violence arrest before claiming the troubled linebacker off waivers, the network reported Monday.
When Kirk Cousins goes out the door and signs as a free agent with another team a seemingly forgone conclusion the Redskins' Prince of Darkness should be kicked out right behind him.
I know it is easy and fashionable to call for Bruce Allen's firing, but I'm talking about one unforgivable crime against the franchise that would certainly justify the move.
WASHINGTON (AP) — On the opening day of NFL free agency, the Washington Redskins made a franchise-altering move that didn't involve a player...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says he won't attend a Washington Redskins home game until the football team changes its name.
In a letter Monday to the team's president, Reid called the Redskins name a racial slur that disparages the American people.