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Redskins vs. Browns Live Updates: Scores, stats, highlights

Redskins vs. Browns Live Updates: Scores, stats, highlights

The Redskins and Brown are set to kickoff their Week 4 game at 1:00 p.m. ET at Fedex Field in Landover, Md..

The game will be broadcast on CBS at 1:00 p.m. "The "Redskinss Kickoff Show" begins at 12:00 p.m. on CSN Mid-Atlantic (Channel Finder)

 CSN Mid-Atlantic is providing live updates of the game, with stats, highlights and analysis.

RELATED: Redskins vs. Browns Week 4 Preview



10:00 a.m. - Welcome to CSN Mid-Atlantic's live coverage of the Week 4 game between the Redskins and Browns. You can follow me on Twitter, @TroyMachir. Be sure to follow our CSNMA Insiders JP FInlay and Rich Tandler, a long with our CSN Redskins account. 

10:15 a.m. - The Redskins can take what they've done well in the first three weeks and put it together for a solid win against the Browns. It will get them back to .500. Here are the five things what CSNMA Insiders JP Finlay and Rich Tandler are watching for

10:30 a.m. - Much of the pregame chatter has surrounded Josh Norman and Week 3 breakout star Terrelle Pryor. The Redskins do need to focus in on Pryor, but don't forget about the Browns run game. The Redskins need to dominant the ground game on defense.

10:45 a.m. - Speaking of Pryor. He is going to be a hot start in fantasy football. But where does he rank in the Week 4 Fantasy Football WR rankings? Not as high as you would think.

11:00 a.m. - The Redskins and DeSean Jackson just issued a statement in regards to the WR's pregame cleats. Here are the cleats, which he is using as a form of protest against police brutality.

11:05 a.m. - Jackson was one of the four Redskins players to raise his fist during the national anthem in Week 3. Here is what he had to say before Week 4

11:10 a.m. - While we're on the subject of controversy, Robert Griffin III is in the house!

11:45 a.m. - There's this, too!

11:55 a.m. - The inactives list is here. No Josh Doctson again. Cornerback Deshaun Phillips is also out. 

12:00 p.m. - Tune into CSN Mid-Atlantic NOW for our "Redskins Kickoff" pregame show. You can find CSNMA on your TV using our channel finder.

12:33 p.m. — Martrell Spaight is out here preaching during pregame. This'll get anyone fired up.

12:51 p.m. — Looks like second-year man Quinton Dunbar will get the start for the injured Bashaud Breeland, per our Rich Tandler. 


1:05 p.m. — It appears DeSean Jackson is wearing his custom cleats during the game. No word yet on if he could face a potential fine from the NFL later in the week. 

1:12 p.m. — So much for the Redskins' woes in the red zone. On their first drive of the game, they go the length of the field and cap it with an eight-yard touchdown catch by Jordan Reed, his first of the season. Redskins up 7-0 in the first quarter. 

1:29 p.m. — And another one. Cousins hits Reed again in a goal-to-go situation and the Redskins are quickly up 14-0  near the end of the first quarter. 



1:40 p.m. — Ryan Kerrigan left the field with an apparent arm injury. Stay tuned for more updates. 

1:42 p.m. — Kerrigan is questionable to return with a left elbow injury. 

1:48 p.m. — Reed latest catch put him in exclusive company.  

1:49 p.m. — The Browns answer with a touchdown drive of their own. Isiah Crowell with a two-yard plunge to cut the Redskins lead to 14-7. 

1:54 p.m. — Welp. Cousins throws a rough interception that sets up the Browns inside Redskins territory. 

1:56 p.m. — Tie game. Terrelle Prior, who's off to a great start, hauls in a pass in the end zone to make it 14-14. We got a ball game here, folks. 

2:05 p.m. — An update on Ryan Kerrigan. 

2:07 p.m. — The red zone issues return for the Redskins. They settle for a field goal, but take a 17-14 lead on a 49-yard field goal from Dustin Hopkins. 

2:22 p.m. — Browns tie it up to end the half. It's 17-17 as both teams head to the locker room. 


First quarter           

Reed 8 pass from Cousins (Hopkins kick)

Drive: 12 plays, 75 yads, 7:20

Drive summary: The Redskins sprinkled a few runs into their game opening march but it went mostly through the air. Kirk Cousins went to Jordan Reed for 10 yards for a first down and midfield. Then a pass to Thompson and two to Garçon got them to the 37. After a holding penalty, Chris Thompson went around right end for 20 yards and a first and goal at the 10. On second down, Cousins fired over the middle to Reed and the tight end caught his first touchdown pass of the year.

Redskins 7, Browns 0 7:40         


Reed 9 pass from Cousins (Hopkins kick)

Drive: 8 plays, 80 yards, 4:14

Drive summary: The Redskins got an assist to get this drive started when the Browns were flagged for pass interference on DeSean Jackson, giving the Redskins 50 yards to the Browns 30. Cousins went to Reed for a first down and then a pair of Matt Jones moved it to first and goal at the nine. On third and goal Cousins scrambled to his left and lobbed it to Reed in the back of the end zone.

Redskins 14, Browns 0 0:27       


Second quarter

Crowell 2 run (Parkey kick)

Drive: 12 plays, 81 yards, 5:54

Drive summary: The Browns finally got their offense rolling. Isiah Crowell got it started with a 17-yard run up the middle. Then Kessler found Terrelle Pryor for gains of eight and 12 yards into Redskins territory. A pass to Ricardo Lewis picked up 13 yards for a first and goal at the five. Two plays later Crowell got into the end zone on some second effort.

Redskins 14, Browns 7 9:33       


Pryor 9 pass from Kessler (Parkey kick)

Drive: 3 plays, 12 yards, 1:25

Drive summary: The Browns got a short field to start with after Cousins threw an interception to Jamar Taylor, who returned it 29 yards to the Washington 12. On third down from the nine, Kessler dropped back and fired to Pryor for the touchdown.

Redskins 14, Browns 14 7:55    


FG Hopkins 49

Drive: 10 plays, 32 yards, 5:26

Drive summary: The Redskins started with good field position from their own 37. On third and one from the 46 Cousins rolled out a flipped short to Reed, who had plenty of space over the middle to rumble for 26 yards to the Browns 28. After Jones ran three times for a first down, an offensive pass interference call set up a third and 20 at the 27. A screen to Reed lost a few yards and Hopkins came in and booted the field goal.

Redskins 17, Browns 14 2:29    


FG Parkey 51

Drive: 7 plays, 42 yards, 2:29

Drive summary: The Browns answered the Redskins’ field goal with a late one of their own. Kessler went to Gary Barnidge for 13 yards and then to Duke Johnson for eight yards into Washington territory. A pass interference penalty on Josh Norman gave the Browns 11 yards, giving them enough to bring in Parkey to kick the long field goal as time expired.

Redskins 17, Browns 17  



2:47 p.m. — And for the first time today, the Browns have the lead. A 45-yard field goal makes it 20-17 Cleveland early in the second half. 

3:04 p.m.  — Will Compton down and being checked out by trainers. Last thing the Redskins need is for their middle linebacker to be out with injury. 

3: 11 p.m. — Boy, did the Redskins need that. The defense recovers a Browns fumble inside the red zone and Washington has life down 20-17. 

3:13 p.m. — Su'a Cravens is out of the game and is being evaluated for a concussion, per the Redskins. Stay tuned for another update. 


3:14 p.m. — This is....well, not good. 

3:22 p.m. – And just like that, the Redskins take the lead. They march down the field on a drive that ended in a five-yard touchdown to Chris Thompson. Washington is up 24-20 over Cleveland. 

3:29 p.m. — Cravens is OUT with a concussion. 

3:32 p.m. — And yet ANOTHER fumble recovered by the Redskins. They have a chance to build a two-score cushion on this drive. 

3:35 p.m. — Now another Redskins defender is out with a concussion, this time it's David Bruton. Tough day for injuries. 

3:40 p.m. — Josh. Norman. Huge interception for the big-money cornerback and the Redskins are in business once again in Browns territory. 

3:42 p.m. — The only downside to Norman's pick? He was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct after the play. What'd he do? Shoot an imaginary bow and arrow. Seriously. 

3:46 p.m. — And they cash in on the Norman turnover. Matt Jones runs it in from one yard out and it's 31-20 with 4:25 left in the game. What a turnaround. 

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Need to Know: The Redskins week that was—D-line scoop, Alex Smith's big deal

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Need to Know: The Redskins week that was—D-line scoop, Alex Smith's big deal

Here is what you need to know on this Saturday, March 24, 33 days before the NFL draft.  

The Redskins week that was

A look at some of the most popular posts and hottest topics of the week on Real Redskins and NBC Sports Washington.

Free agency update: What's next for the Redskins on the D-line? The Redskins have been casting out lines for defensive linemen since before free agency officially started but they haven’t been able to reel one in. Part of the issue might be that they know that Vita Vea and Da’Ron Payne are likely to be available in the draft. They have to balance spending big on a lineman vs. being able to get one pretty cheap for the next five years.

Redskins make a D-line contract change, gain roster flexibility—Speaking of the D-line, the team negotiated the removal of a salary guarantee for one player to give themselves more flexibility when it comes time to cut the roster down to 53 in September. See the post for details.

Redskins guarantee Alex Smith a whopping $71 million in new contract—In the words of Joe Biden, this is a big f-----g deal. It showed that the Redskins aren’t afraid to pay a quarterback big money if they think it’s the right guy. It should be noted that whether or not they chose the right guy is something that remains to be seen. Although the post shows that it’s plausible for the Redskins to terminate the deal after three years, I anticipate Smith playing out at least four if not all five years of the contract.

Redskins add another ex-Cowboy as they sign Scandrick—Orlando Scandrick has struggled with injuries the past few years and Redskins fans did not greet the news of his signing with great enthusiasm, to say the least. To point out the bright side, his contract is not pricey by NFL terms ($2.6 million cap hit this year, no guaranteed money beyond a $1 million signing bonus) and from what I have been able to gather it’s possible that change of scenery might give him a boost for a year or two.

Tweet of the week

Well before free agency started, I wrote that the Redskins’ top priorities in free agency should be to get extensions done for Smith, Brandon Scherff, and Jamison Crowder. They should have about $15 million to work with after a few more free agent signings and that would be plenty to get all of those extensions done. And if they do score a big free agent signing, it would be worth it to restructure the contract of someone like Ryan Kerrigan to get them done.

Stay up to date on the Redskins. Rich Tandler covers the team 365 days a year. Like his Facebook page and follow him on Twitter @TandlerNBCS.


Days until:

—Offseason workouts begin (4/16) 23
—Training camp starts (approx. 7/26) 124
—2018 NFL season starts (9/9) 169

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Eagles' Michael Bennett allegedly injured elderly worker; arrest warrant issued

Philadelphia Eagles lineman Michael Bennett has been indicted on felony abuse for allegedly pushing an elderly NRG Stadium worker during Super Bowl LI.

Bennett was indicted by the Harris County, Texas district attorney's office for injury to the elderly — which is intentionally and knowingly causing injury to a person 65 years or older, according to a press release from the Harris County Sheriffs' Office.

A warrant has been issued for Bennett's arrest.

The 66-year-old paraplegic stadium worker was attempting to control field access when Bennett allegedly pushed her. 

The maximum penalty Bennett faces is ten years in prison in addition to a $10,000 fine.


Bennett — whose brother Martellus played in that Super Bowl for New England — was a member of the Seattle Seahawks during the incident and was in attendance as a noncompetitive player.

The NFL has been made aware of the situation and is looking into the matter, according to Pro Football Talk.

The 32-year-old 10-year NFL veteran could potentially face NFL discipline under the league's personal conduct policy.