Joe Gibbs is healthy enough to coach the Redskins in 2008, but the drain of four long seasons apparently was enough, John Clayton writes.
T he Patriots' pursuit of a perfect regular season creates a tough situation for the Giants, who have little to gain by going all out on Saturday night, writes John Clayton.
The NFC West has improved, but the Seahawks believe they've taken the necessary steps to remain on top, writes John Clayton.
On Thursday, Redskins head coach Joe Gibbs talked Cardinals cornerback David Macklin into accepting a one-year deal with the Redskins over three other more lucrative deals with other teams.
Al Saunders agreed Thursday to become the assistant head coach/offensive coordinator of the Washington Redskins.
The reunion of Miami teammates Clinton Portis and Santana Moss is a key reason the Redskins are in the playoffs.
Joe Gibbs proved he still knows what he's doing as the Redskins clinched an improbable playoff spot with a victory over Philly.
Even with all the distractions surrounding Terrell Owens, the Eagles should continue to be the class of the NFC East.
Coach Mike Shanahan believes the addition of CB Champ Bailey makes the Broncos a legitimate Super Bowl threat.
Lovie Smith, Jim Mora and Mike Mularkey are ready to jump into their first jobs as head coaches.
With Tom Coughlin, Bill Parcells, Joe Gibbs and Andy Reid, the NFC East is a coaching hot spot.