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9-7, 1st in NFC East

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Rick Stanfel, who's representing his dad, new Hall of Famer Dick Stanfel who played for Detroit and Washington: "It's bittersweet that he's not here. ...Paused last time he didn't make it, then said, 'So what are we doing for dinner?'"

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Redskins tackle Joe Jacoby says via text that he did not get into the Hall of Fame. "Not this year," Jacoby texted. He was a finalist for the first time.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"I have two memories - one is great, the other not so great." - John Riggins, recalling beating the Dolphins in 1983 and losing to the Raiders in 1984.

Should Lindsay buy a Kirk Cousins' jersey? (0:26)

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Redskins coach Joe Gibbs on Joe Jacoby: "He faced the biggest and best and toughest bunch of guys for the period they played. The guy goes to four Super Bowls. They group he played with, they did special things&We were one of the best teams rushing the ball [during Jacoby's tenure] so I think that group is special. I think [those teams] get overlooked. You can't take anything away from San Francisco or the Giants, but I really think sometimes we get overlooked. It was great to get Art [Monk] in and Darrell [Green] and [Russ Grimm]. I'm hoping now we get Jake in."

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Redskins coach Joe Gibbs said he spoke to ex-Hog Joe Jacoby earlier this week about the Hall of Fame. Jacoby is one of 15 finalists who will learn their fate today. "We had a prayer," Gibbs said. "I really think this is a big deal for everybody, the Redskins and myself. I know he deserves it and I'm praying we get a positive result."

Cousins, Bell reunite at the Super Bowl (4:24)
Alfred Morris' time in Washington appears over (1:27)
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Luck, Griffin will be in headlines again

Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III dominated news coverage during the 2012 draft and their rookie seasons. Both QBs will be in the news again this offseason, but for very different reasons. Schefter: Offseason storylines

Redskins' grade holds steady

Washington earned high marks from Mike Sando for its work last offseason, which helped push the team into the playoffs. As a result, the Redskins hold on to their A-minus. 2015 offseason re-grade (Insider)

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Time for Washington to add youth

Washington's defensive front is in need of an influx of youth. Todd McShay has the Redskins addressing the need by selecting Jarran Reed, one of the best run-stuffing defensive linemen in this draft. Mock Draft 2.0 (Insider)

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Washington is 40-1 to win Super Bowl LI

John Keim thinks that's about right for Jay Gruden's club, although he wonders about a few teams being ranked too highly. Washington is still well behind Dallas in the NFC East. Every team's odds

Team Stats

Passing Yards255.911th
Rushing Yards97.920th
Points For24.310th
Points Against23.717th

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