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He had the most pop on his kicks, kickoffs and field goals. He didn't miss any, so we thought we'd give him an opportunity.feedback
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NEW Oct 20 2017
Jay Gruden has been quoted 82 times. The one recent article where Jay Gruden has been quoted is Thursday’s takeaways: Jordan Reed isn’t 100 percent yet while Rob Kelley returns to practice. Most recently, Jay Gruden was quoted as having said, “Rose, 23, has yet to appear in an NFL game. The 2016 undrafted free agent out of Texas spent the last two training camps with the Atlanta Falcons and San Francisco 49ers, but Rose didn't make either active roster. We'll see when the lights come on. Sometimes you just don't know until they cut on but we're going to find out. I'm hoping that he takes advantage of this great opportunity that he has in front of him. He's got a powerful leg and let's see what he does.”.
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Oct 15 2017

I wanted to throw so bad. But I thought the right play, based off your guys' decisions, would be to run the ball.feedback

Oct 15 2017

It was like, Oh, thank goodness. And then all of the sudden, [bleep], here we go.feedback

Oct 15 2017

Blown coverage. You can't do it. You can't do it. Really, what should have happened in that game is even if they do score, we get the onside kick, and then even with their two timeouts, we should be able to run the clock out. That's what I was most angry about.feedback

Oct 15 2017

I think they all stepped up. You're talking about not a lot of experience back there.feedback

Oct 13 2017

Have you seen Trent play? I have the trust and confidence that if Trent says he can go, he'll be fine. He's played enough football here. He knows our system. He's very smart and obviously very athletic. At the end of the day, it's sore . . . . If he feels like he can give it a valiant effort, I believe he'll be effective.feedback

Oct 12 2017

No, I don't think it's ever been true, really. But if the play doesn't work and you throw it, then you should've run it. If the play doesn't work when you run it, you should've thrown it. That's just the way it is.feedback

Oct 12 2017

He hasn't had a lot of work with Kirk [Cousins] as far as cadence, rhythm of the game, protections, all that stuff.feedback

Oct 12 2017

[Josh] Holsey would probably be up, and he can play, obviously, nickel and corner, so the fourth safety would probably be Kendall if we needed to.feedback

Oct 12 2017

Probably I would say we're hopeful for Philly but probably the following week, probably be safe; hopefully.feedback

Oct 12 2017

Kendall has been schooled a little bit at safety.feedback

Oct 11 2017

We'll wait and see. He's a little sore right now.feedback

Oct 11 2017

I think he's gonna have to make major strides, which it's already Wednesday so, it's not looking great.feedback

Sep 25 2017

I think it was as good a defensive performance that I've seen in a long time by anybody.feedback

Sep 25 2017

Great team-defense all around. Our defense gave us so many opportunities. And I was really pleased with the whole offense.feedback

Sep 19 2017

You guys are something, man. You guys are gonna find one incompletion. … So if I throw an incompletion on a slant, which we did, then I can never throw a slant again?feedback

Sep 19 2017

Yeah, we tried it three times, and we'll try it again three times next week if we have to. Yeah, we threw the fade. And Patrick [Peterson] made a good play on it. We just overthrew it a little bit. I do like to have bigger receivers in the red zone here and there to be able to throw some fades, too. What the heck, you know, I love the fade.feedback

Sep 17 2017

He'll show everybody. I've been saying that all along. He'll show everybody, I hope.feedback

Sep 17 2017

It's something I've come to expect from Ryan. Nobody else does except me and [wide receivers coach] Ike Hillard and Kirk Cousins and his teammates expect [this] out of him. Nobody else does, but we do. I'm happy for him. He works extremely hard and does exactly what you'd ask him to do. It's great to see a guy with that kind of work ethic get rewarded with a touchdown to win the game on the road.feedback

Sep 17 2017

He can change his name if he wants to, man. He's a great kid. I'd take him. He does everything you want him to do and runs exactly the way you'd want him to run.feedback

Sep 10 2017

Yeah, you have four turnovers, 0 for 2 in the red zone, 3 for [11] on third down. They were 8 for [14] on third down. You don't have to look at the stat sheet for very long to see who won and lost.feedback

Sep 10 2017

It's frustrating. I think we're better than that up front. We're better than that at receiver – dropping balls. And we're better than that at quarterback. We all had our hand in it. It wasn't good enough, obviously.feedback

Sep 07 2017

It just feels that way. We'll see on Sunday, but I imagine – I hope – the energy is different. I just think we added some new pieces that will bring us to a different level.feedback

Sep 07 2017

We hope it comes together. It has to, we don't have a lot of choice. Philadelphia's coming to town on Sunday, so we better be ready.feedback

Sep 06 2017

He wants somewhere to watch film 'in private,' . He's a very 'private' person. He's a unique individual. Very detailed. That's a good thing. Sometimes.feedback

Sep 05 2017

The thought of him not being around scares the heck out of me.feedback

Sep 05 2017

I think he has more ability to have eyes on the quarterback in this system and I think that's his forte. When he can see the ball and see the quarterback and feel the route concept, he has a great knack for getting his hands on balls and getting interceptions. You know, when he is locked up man-to-man, he is good at that too, it's just hard because quarterbacks can work elsewhere. He can come off on a different receiver, make plays and do some great things when he can see the ball and see the quarterback.feedback

Aug 27 2017 - FedEx

I would hope so. It's a competitive sport. To let a guy score a touchdown on our home field is unacceptable, so I'm happy he did that. That was the right move. He should do that.feedback

Aug 27 2017

I saw a couple rushes that he had, looked like he got some pressure. He said he was a little tight. It was good getting him out here.feedback

Aug 24 2017

Jordan looks fine. He looks good. I still want to see how he's doing tomorrow, and then obviously Saturday and Sunday, see how he does pregame warm-up. But he looks very good. Very crisp, very fast, very sudden, like he always is, which is good.feedback

Aug 24 2017

We're not going to push the issue unless he has full strength – full range of motion and full strength. Right now, he doesn't have full strength. He's close though, very close.feedback

Aug 24 2017

Right now, we're starting with Mason and Zach. You know, that's a starting point. And then obviously, [Martrell] Spaight and Compton will get plenty of reps.feedback

Aug 23 2017

He is a critical part of our offense. It's a comfort level when he's in there.feedback

Aug 12 2017

Six plays that weren't as productive as I would have liked.feedback

Jul 31 2017

He doesn't say a lot. Very strong. Very strong, and wants to work, which is good. He's put on a lot of muscle mass already in the short time that he's been here, we feel like, and he's going to get stronger and stronger. I like his work ethic, I like the way he learns and the way he works. He's really mature. Really, really mature.feedback

Jul 27 2017

We'll be extra cautious with Jordan.feedback

Jul 27 2017

The way he looked in mandatory [mini]camp, the way that he looked at the end of the year, I think he's the type of guy that has great knowledge of the system right now. I think it's better safe than sorry with a guy like that, especially with the amount of tension that he puts on his feet and ankles the way he comes in-and-out of breaks to just make sure he can get at 110 percent before he comes back.feedback

Jun 12 2017

He's on our roster. He's eating up a spot.feedback

May 26 2017

Watching him the first two days really excites me. He just looks like a safety back there. No offense to the previous safeties we've had before, but I just think D.J. is to a level in his career right now where he's got a lot of confidence. He has got a lot of talent. We know that he's a physical guy, but as far as coverages and breaking up things, he's got a lot of confidence, and I think he's going to really, really emerge as a top safety not only for this team but in this league.feedback

Apr 19 2017

He'll make a nose guard. If you look at his track record, [and] you look at the nose guards [that] he's had, none of them have been priority first-round draft choices. He's made nose guards. He coaches that position extremely well, and I have faith that he'll do that.feedback

Apr 04 2017

There's other issues, without a doubt. … There are some things that you are more comfortable doing with a bigger [receiver], like watch them run under a catch and all that stuff. The physicality at the line of scrimmage and some of the route concepts might change a little, but not a whole lot.feedback

Apr 04 2017

I like big receivers personally, but I also like little ones like Jamison [Crowder, at 5-8]. But I think it's a great advantage to have, when you have 6-foot-5, 6-foot-3 with a guy that has a 40-inch vertical, then you throw Crowder in there with a great change of direction.feedback

Apr 04 2017

There are some special players in this draft that if they're available it would be hard to pass up, quite frankly.feedback

Mar 29 2017

I don't think so. We might, but I think he really wants to hone in on the receiver position. He obviously can let it rip a little bit; we'll see. We'll see what he wants to do, see how much we want to expand. We got a pretty good quarterback right now. I think to take Kirk out and put another guy in is kind of silly. … [Pryor is] a great athlete. I've got to figure out ways to utilize him.feedback

Mar 29 2017

He has a strong desire to become great. You can argue that he already had one great year, [but] to be a great player in this league, it's gotta be consistent year in and year out. … He's got the height, he's got the speed, so now we just gotta keep working with him. DeSean is the fastest receiver in the game and one of the biggest play receivers of all time, quite frankly. Pierre – the toughness he has, consistency he has, his work ethic, the balls he catches and the runs after catch – it'll be hard to top.feedback

Mar 28 2017

I'm not going to say it had to be made. It was made. That's all I can live with. When decisions are made of that magnitude, you reflect on the good things you learned from Scot and the good things he did for the team. And you move forward.feedback

Mar 28 2017

I was disappointed. I like Scot; I liked working with Scot. I think he's a good person and a great talent evaluator. Anytime you lose someone, it's disappointing. But at the end of the day, it's professional football. Anyone who has been around it understands that change is going to happen. More fade routes! If we add one, there are some special players in the draft that would be hard to pass up if they are available. I'm a little nervous about it, but I'm confident. I've always had a passion for it, so I'm excited. But it's a lot of work to call plays and to call plays effectively.feedback

Mar 27 2017

We fully anticipate him being healthy. That's obviously out of our control, but he's going to have a major impact on this offense once he gets healthy.feedback

Mar 15 2017

We've assembled a staff of quality teachers and quality people. As a group, we're excited to work together to achieve our goals for the 2017 season.feedback

Mar 06 2017

Going 9-7 and winning the division last year, 9-8 after losing the playoff game to 8-7-1, you know, we're kind of stuck right here. We haven't been able to get over the hump as far as winning those close games consistently and it's not easy but we're going to keep working at it. I have a lot of room for improvement, as do the majority of the people in this building, so as long as we all realize that and understand that and recognize that, there is room and we can do it.feedback

Mar 03 2017 - Snapchat

I think the progress is being made that we want to see, really, but obviously there's still a long way to go. I just want to make sure that he's not in a boot in February still. Now, we're seeing him do some things on Snapchat. Heck, I follow him. I don't even know what that is, but it's good to see him out there doing some football drills.feedback

Mar 03 2017 - Snapchat

We fully anticipate him being healthy. That's obviously out of our control, but he's going to have a major impact on this offense once he gets healthy. And that's the biggest thing for him is can he take the strides necessary to get healthy, not overworking it, but continue to keep pushing himself, which I see him in the weight room all the time working hard. He's working with [head strength & conditioning coach Chad Englehart], and he's working with [head athletic trainer Larry Hess]. They'll get him right, and he'll get himself right.feedback

Mar 03 2017 - Snapchat

Josh is really working hard, man, and that's half the battle.feedback

Mar 02 2017

Well, we'd like to keep Kirk here obviously. We think he's going to be our quarterback for a long time. To have that opportunity to negotiate with him and get a long term deal is what we want to do, so let's move forward, tag him, try to get a deal done and go from there.feedback

Mar 02 2017

I know he likes the offense here. I know he likes the players, he loves the offensive linemen. I think he likes where we're going, the approach that we're taking. I think he wants to get something settled and done with so he can kind of move forward with his life. So hopefully we can get that done, and he can move forward as a Washington Redskin for a long time.feedback

Jan 12 2017

He's brought a lot to this football team, as far as offensively, and done a good job calling plays and utilizing the people that we have.feedback

Dec 20 2016

I thought he had good time to throw it for the most part. I think he was having trouble seeing some of the coverage and when he did see them I don't know if he just didn't have clear throws at them.feedback

Dec 20 2016

We just never got any kind of rhythm whatsoever throughout the whole game. Part of it was the running game was atrocious, part of it was we had no deep passing game and then the other part: Carolina was very good today.feedback

Dec 01 2016

It can be done because we did it. But I think the schedule maker should really look at that and not put somebody in that predicament again.feedback

Nov 24 2016

We've been in third place for a while, so we have to understand where we are what it's going to take to get an opportunity to come back here in the future. The last five games of the year are critical.feedback

Nov 21 2016

I don't know how he did it. The one to Pierre was a 70-yard touchdown. I don't think I could throw the ball 10 yards into that thing, but he spun it. He's always been able to knife the ball through the wind, really.feedback

Nov 21 2016

He spun it. He's always been able to knife the ball through the wind. Really. He's been a good quarterback in the rain and the wind. He just has really good release and a good feel for it.feedback

Nov 21 2016

The fourth-and-1 was pretty simple: It was half a yard, and the wind was pretty strong in our face. Thought our offensive line was getting pretty good movement (and) we'd get half a yard with the quarterback sneak play.feedback

Sep 20 2016

We have total faith that Kirk will get it done, and he will get it done. He has proven that he can be a successful quarterback in this league.feedback

Sep 13 2016

You know we get a little bit too giddy sometimes with the (passing) weapons that we have. We've got to stay balanced, and I think that's my fault tonight.feedback

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