Stephen Bowen Retires After 10 Seasons In NFLDefensive end Stephen Bowen has retired after playing 10 seasons in the NFL with the Cowboys, Redskins and Jets. He announced his decision on Wednesday. Bowen was signed by Dallas as an undrafted free agent.
Redskins take TCU receiver Doctson With 22nd PickThe Redskins' selection of Doctson, listed at 6-foot-2 and 202 pounds, gives last season's NFC East champions a young wideout who eventually could help replace veterans DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon.
RG3 Reportedly Visiting With JetsTwo people familiar with the situation said that free agent quarterback Robert Griffin III spent Friday visiting with the Jets. Griffin was cut by the Redskins on Monday, ending a tumultuous tenure.
Redskins Release RG3 As He Tweets His GoodbyeRobert Griffin III has been released by the Washington Redskins just about the time he tweeted what sounded a lot like a goodbye to fans of the Redskins.
RG3 And Colin Kaepernick - NFL Quarterbacks As Fallen StarsOnce franchise quarterbacks, RG3 and Colin Kaepernick are unwanted by their own teams. Will another NFL team give them a chance?
Report: Cowboys And Redskins "Likely" To Play On ThanksgivingWashington and Dallas haven’t clashed in the league’s marquee Thursday event since 2012.
Moment 14: Staubach's Last Regular Season GameIt seems only fitting that the final regular season game of Roger Staubach's career came against the Washington Redskins. It seems even more fitting that Staubach rallied the Dallas Cowboys to a victory in that game.
Staubach Recalls His Last Regular Season GameHall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach recalls the final regular season game of his career. Staubach rallied the Dallas Cowboys to a 35-34 victory over the rival Washington Redskins.
The Post-Game Funeral Wreath PrankHall of Famers Randy White and Roger Staubach recall how teammate Harvey Martin threw a funeral wreath into the Washington Redskins locker room following the Dallas Cowboys victory in the 1979 regular season finale.
Moment 18: Longley's Thanksgiving Day BombIt is perhaps the most memorable moment in Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day history. Clint Longley, a scatter-armed rookie, came off of the bench against the hated Washington Redskins in 1974.
Pearson Recalls Thanksgiving Day ComebackDallas Cowboys Ring of Honor member Drew Pearson talks about the team's improbable comeback victory against the rival Washington Redskins on Thanksgiving Day in 1974.
Moment 23: The Bullet's 95-Yard TouchdownAfter winning two Olympic gold medals at the summer games in 1964, Bob Hayes joined the Dallas Cowboys as the world's fastest human. With world-class speed, Hayes earned the nickname 'The Bullet.'