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Redskins at Dolphins Week 6: Date, time, TV channel, live stream, how to watch

Redskins at Dolphins Week 6: Date, time, TV channel, live stream, how to watch

A lot has changed since the Redskins last took the field in Week 5 against the Patriots.

Jay Gruden is no longer the head coach, Bill Callahan has taken over interim duties, Kevin O'Connell is in charge of playcalling and Case Keenum is back under center.

Yet even with all the turnover, Washington has potentially its best chance to pick up a win this season in Week 6 against the also winless Miami Dolphins. Being outscored 163-26 in four games, not much has gone right for Miami.

But, Sunday won't be an easy one for the Redskins, who have had their own struggles in 2019. At 0-5 and constantly dealing with injuries and other problems, nothing has been easy through five weeks.

If Washington wants to come out victorious, Adrian Peterson will play a large role. With Callahan opting to work with a more old school, smash-mouth running style, the running back will get plenty of opportunities to make his presence felt on offense. It seems like he's ready, as he's shown a renewed energy in practice this week.

After Sunday, there will most likely be one less winless team in the NFL. Here's everything you need to know about the Week 6 contest:


Who: Washington Redskins (0-5) at Miami Dolphins (0-4)

What: Game 6 of the 2019 NFL regular season

When: Sunday, Oct. 13, 2019, 1:00 p.m. ET

Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, Florida

TV Channel: FOX

Live Stream: Pregame and postgame coverage streaming on

Radio: Redskins Radio Network

Point Spread: Redskins, -4.5

Over/Under: 42

Weather: 85 degrees, partly cloudy


8:30 AM: Pro Football Weekly
9:00 AM: Inside the Redskins
9:30 AM: Redskins Kickoff Preview
10:00 AM: Redskins Coach's Show
10:30 AM: Redskins Talk: Week 5
11:30 AM: Redskins Preview: D.C. Sports Live
12:00 PM: Redskins Kickoff Live
4:00 PM: Redskins Postgame Live 
5:00 PM: Redskins Overtime Live


Week 1: Sunday, Sept. 8, Redskins at Eagles (32-27, L)
Week 2: Sunday, Sept. 15, Cowboys at Redskins, (31-21, L)
Week 3: Monday, Sept. 23, Bears at Redskins, (32-27, L)
Week 4: Sunday, Sept. 29, Redskins at Giants, (24-3, L)
Week 5: Sunday, Oct. 6, Patriots at Redskins, 1 p.m. (33-7, L)
Week 6: Sunday, Oct. 13, Redskins at Dolphins, 1 p.m.
Week 7: Sunday, Oct. 20, 49ers at Redskins, 1 p.m.
Week 8: Thursday, Oct. 24, Redskins at Vikings, 8:20 p.m. 
Week 9: Sunday, Nov. 3, Redskins at Bills, 1 p.m.
Week 10: BYE
Week 11: Sunday, Nov. 17, Jets at Redskins, 1 p.m. 
Week 12: Sunday, Nov. 24, Lions at Redskins, 1 p.m.
Week 13: Sunday, Dec. 1, Redskins at Panthers, 1 p.m.
Week 14: Sunday, Dec. 8, Redskins at Packers, 1 p.m.
Week 15: Sunday, Dec. 15, Eagles at Redskins, 1 p.m.
Week 16: Sunday, Dec. 22, Giants at Redskins, 1 p.m.
Week 17: Sunday, Dec. 29, Redskins at Cowboys, 1 p.m.


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After two seasons on IR and little production, is Paul Richardson's time over with Redskins?

After two seasons on IR and little production, is Paul Richardson's time over with Redskins?

The Redskins signed Paul Richardson in 2018 to be the deep threat the team lost when DeSean Jackson left via free agency after the 2016 season. It didn't work. 

In two years with the Redskins, Richardson has 48 catches for 507 catches and four touchdowns, and both seasons finished with trips to the injured reserve. Washington, however, paid Richardson handsomely for his work.

He signed a five-year, $40 million contract with the Redskins that guaranteed $12.5 million at signing. To date, he's made nearly $20 million despite never being the team's leading receiver. 

Next year, Richardson will carry an $8.5 million salary cap number, but the team could get $2.5 million in cap relief if he's cut while taking a $6 million cap hit. The final two seasons of his contract have no guarantees and no cap number unless he plays.

If the Redskins wait until after June 1st, 2020, to cut Richardson then the numbers flip. The team would save $6.5 million against the cap and Richardson's contract would only count $2 million against the cap. In fact, the team doesn't need to wait until summer to make the move, but rather can use the Post-June 1 designation that the NFL allows organizations to use to better their cap. This should be the obvious move. 

Considering Washington has made a youth movement at receiver, with rookies Terry McLaurin, Kelvin Harmon and Steven Sims looking like the future, Richardson looks quite expendable. Especially considering the emergence of McLaurin as a potential elite wideout, both with deep speed and route running ability. 

Redskins team president Bruce Allen signed Richardson, but it's hard to know who will be making calls for the organization in 2020. There is much speculation that Allen could be on the way out, and the team already fired head coach Jay Gruden in October. Interim head coach Bill Callahan is not expected to remain in that position next season. 

If Richardson is cut, it's hard to look at the signing as anything but a disappointment. Big money for little production. That's not winning football. 



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Report: Chase Young plans on returning to Ohio State in lieu of entering NFL Draft

Report: Chase Young plans on returning to Ohio State in lieu of entering NFL Draft

The Redskins are unlikely to secure the No. 1 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, but there is certainly a scenario where the teams that finish ahead of them would be in need of quarterbacks. If that’s the case, then Washington could be in line to select Ohio State defensive end Chase Young, who’s widely considered to be the highest-graded player in the draft.

But in an interview with TMZ, Young said his “plan” is to return to Ohio State for his senior year. Young set a school record with 16.5 sacks and counting this season despite missing two games due to suspension.

The Buckeyes are the No. 2 seed in the College Football Playoff, slated to face No. 3 Clemson in the Fiesta Bowl on Dec. 28 for the right to play in the national championship. Ohio State hasn’t won the title since 2014, when Young was still in high school.

It’s unknown whether he’d enter the draft if OSU wins it all. For now, Young’s draft status will be something for the Redskins—who will enter the offseason with a plethora of roster needs—to keep an eye on over the next few weeks.