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Coaches should stick to coaching

Newspapers, including this one, should stop calling the NFL's organized offseason sessions "voluntary workouts." That's a lie. They're anything but voluntary. And if you think otherwise, just listen to the coaches whining and begging and threatening players who don't attend...

By Michael Wilbon | March 26, 2010; 06:44 AM ET | Comments (39)

Skins share the spotlight

The Redskins tempered approach to free agency has allowed the area's winning teams -- the Caps, Terps and Hoyas -- to get the attention they deserve.

By Michael Wilbon | March 11, 2010; 12:57 PM ET | Comments (31)

Bruce Allen is worthy, but ...

If Bruce Allen is just new cover for a continuation of celebrity football, then the Redskins won't be better off with him than they were with Vinny Cerrato.

By Michael Wilbon | December 17, 2009; 01:25 PM ET | Comments (155)

Censorship at FedEx

Does Redskins management think that banning signs and tailgate interviews will change the fact that fans are giving up on this team?

By Michael Wilbon | October 28, 2009; 12:50 PM ET | Comments (207)

Chat House: The Addition

Wilbon ponders Zorn's replacement, Campbell's future and the best QB in the NFL this season.

By Michael Wilbon | October 20, 2009; 04:27 PM ET | Comments (7)

Time to cut bait for Skins

After Sunday's loss to the Chiefs, the Redskins have hit rock bottom. The time for a coaching change is now, but even that won't save this sinking ship.

By Michael Wilbon | October 18, 2009; 09:41 PM ET | Comments (234)

Chat House: The Addition

What can we expect from Gilbert Arenas, new coach Flip Saunders and the Wizards? Wilbon answers that and more this week ...

By Michael Wilbon | October 13, 2009; 10:18 AM ET | Comments (0)

Another Cook In the Redskins' Kitchen

The hiring of offensive consultant Sherm Lewis only highlights the dysfunctional nature of the Redskins' front office.

By Michael Wilbon | October 8, 2009; 08:22 PM ET | Comments (156)

Redskins Play as Expected

The NFL's Week 1 stories include a Redskins team that played down to expectations and a Jay Cutler performance that had to please the Denver front office.

By Michael Wilbon | September 14, 2009; 07:05 AM ET | Comments (13)

The Front Office and the Redskins in 2009

The Post's series on Redskins 'ticket madness' makes it harder to imagine a winning season this fall.

By Michael Wilbon | September 8, 2009; 12:40 AM ET | Comments (37)

 
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