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Video: Redskins Drop to 1-9 Following 34-17 Home Loss to Jets

The Redskins got beat up at home Sunday, losing to the Jets 34-17 to drop their 9th game on the season to fall to 1-9.

NFL Week 11 Inactives: New York Jets at Redskins

Here’s today’s inactives for the Jets at Redskins in Washington.


S Matthias Farley
CB Nate Hairston
C Leo Koloamatangi
LB C.J. Mosley
CB Darryl Roberts
DE Jordan Willis
LB Paul Worrilow


TE Vernon Davis
S Deshazor Everett
QB Colt McCoy
C Ross Pierschbacher
WR Paul Richardson
DT Tim Settle
RB Chris Thompson

Video: NFL Week 11 Preview – Redskins Look for Second Win of 2019 Against the Jets

The one-win Redskins will be at home Sunday, as they will host the two-run Jets in a AFC-NFC affair.

Here’s a preview from the NFL:

Redskins Won’t Pay OT Trent Williams What He’s Owed in His 2019 Base Salary

The ongoing saga with Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams took another twist on Friday, as the team now has decided they will not pay the tackle, this after putting the tackle on the non-football injury list.

Here’s the tweet from Adam Schefter of ESPN reporting the news about Williams and the decision not to pay him what he is owed.

It will be interesting to see what’s next, and if Williams fires back to try and get his payment from the team.

Redskins OT Trent Williams Asks NFLPA to Not Take Part in Review of Health Records

The NFL Players Association, at the request of Trent Williams, decided not to move forward for now on a joint review with the league of the medical treatment given by the Redskins to their seven-time Pro Bowl left tackle, Mark Maske of the Washington Post reports.

It is the latest procedural maneuver in the increasingly bitter confrontation between the Redskins and their most accomplished player, who has alleged that team doctors failed for years to take seriously a cancerous growth on his head, leading to his recent five-month holdout.

While this latest back and forth could contribute to the animosity between Williams and the franchise, it is not expected to have a significant impact on the question of whether Williams will play for the team again.

According to a person familiar with the situation, the NFLPA never agreed to participate in the joint review, which would be conducted under the terms of the collective bargaining agreement, despite Friday’s announcement by the league that the review would take place.

NFLPA officials had not spoken to Williams at that point, the person said, and when they did so later Friday, he was adamant that he did not want the NFLPA to participate.

So the union is not proceeding with the review under the CBA at this time, said the person, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe a sensitive situation. The union could choose to do so later, even over Williams’s objection, if new information surfaces and the NFLPA believes that the rights of other players must be protected.

Video: Redskins Drop to 1-8 Following 24-9 Setback to the Bills

The Redskins got 100 yards from Adrian Peterson, but it wasn’t enough as they dropped to 1-8 on the season with a 24-9 loss in Buffalo to the Bills.

Here’s the highlights:

Redskins vs Bills NFL Week Nine Inactives

Here are today’s inactives for the Redskins and Bills for their 1pm affair in Buffalo:


CB Aaron Colvin
TE Vernon Davis
S Deshazor Everett
QB Case Keenum
OG Wes Martin
S Montae Nicholson
RB Chris Thompson


LB Maurice Alexander
OG Ike Boettger
S Kurt Coleman
OG Spencer Long
TE Tommy Sweeney
WR Duke Williams
RB T.J. Yeldon

OT Trent Williams Claims He Had a Cancerous Growth Removed

The ongoing up and downs with Redskins offensive tackle Trent Williams took another twist on Thursday, as the returning tackle says that he had a cancerous growth removed from his head.

Williams claimed that the growth had gone undiagnosed for about six years.

Speaking from the Redskins locker room two days after rejoining the team after a season-long holdout, Williams spoke at length over his medical issues and his claim that the growth was misdiagnosed by the Redskins medical staff.

“You know, I guess, somebody took the time and actually realized and tried to see what was really going on there,” Williams explained. “Football’s more important. And I mean to me it was more important, too. I was told it was something minor, so I didn’t really question them. I mean, the lump continued to grow over the years. It was concerning, but it was no pain involved. You know, if I’m being told by the very people who, you know, I put my career in the hands of telling me I’m fine, then I’m fine. That’s how I looked at it.”

The Redskins released the following statement Thursday night, asking for a review of Williams’ medical records and care.

“The Washington Redskins have requested that the NFL’s Management Council convene a joint committee with the NFLPA to review the medical records and the medical care given to Trent Williams. We have requested this review under the NFL’s Collective Bargaining Agreement that provides for an independent third party review of any NFL player’s medical care. The Redskins continue to prioritize the health and well-being of our players and staff. Due to healthcare and privacy regulations, we are unable to comment further at this time. We look forward to the joint committee’s results.”

Williams returned to the Redskins after a holdout on Tuesday, only to then fail his physical due to discomfort with his helmet.

It remains to be seen what will happen next in this ongoing saga with Williams and the team.