Redskins waived K Graham Gano.
The Redskins' kicker battle between Graham Gano and Neil Rackers is even right now, according to special teams coach Danny Smith.
Redskins extended K Graham Gano an exclusive rights tender.
Redskins K Graham Gano reportedly suffered fractures to two bones in his lower back in the regular season finale.
Coach Mike Shanahan has absolved K Graham Gano of blame for a blocked 23-yard field goal as well as a blocked PAT and a kickoff that sailed out of bounds in Week 12.
Special teams coordinator Danny Smith indicated the Redskins have not "solved" the kicking situation, and may still sign a veteran to compete with Graham Gano.
The Washington Times' Dan Daly expects Graham Gano to beat out Shayne Graham for the Redskins' kicking job.
The Washington Post wouldn't be surprised if the Redskins bring in competition for K Graham Gano in training camp.
Beat writer Jason Reid confirms that K Graham Gano is on unstable ground heading into the offseason.
Redskins K Graham Gano (ribs) is not listed on the Redskins' injury report for Week 15.
Redskins coach Mike Shanahan revealed that K Graham Gano suffered a rib injury in Sunday's loss to Tampa Bay.
Coach Mike Shanahan said Sunday night that the Redskins will not bring in tryout kickers this week despite two more missed field goals by Graham Gano in Sunday's one-point loss to the Bucs.
Coach Mike Shanahan gave K Graham Gano a vote of confidence on Tuesday.
Graham Gano doesn't appear to be in any danger of losing the Redskins' kicking job before the start of the season.