The Jay Gruden era as head coach of the Washington Redskins will begin with a visit to the Houston Texans.
The NFL released its 2014 schedule on Wednesday night for all 32 teams. For the Redskins, the schedule includes three prime-time games on national television, and ends with back-to-back home games against division opponents.
Following the team's opener in Houston on Sunday, September 7, Washington's home opener will come a week later against Jacksonville Jaguars. That's followed by a visit to the reigning NFC East champion Philadelphia Eagles.
Following the trip to Philadelphia, the Redskins play back-to-back prime-time games -- a Thursday night home game against the New York Giants on September 21, then a Monday Night Football matchup with the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks at FedEx Field on October 6.
Washington's third prime-time appearance will come on Monday Night Football on October 27, when the Redskins visit the Dallas Cowboys.
The regular season ends with three straight games against division opponents -- the Redskins' road finale at the Giants on December 14, followed by back-to-back home games against the Eagles (December 20) and Cowboys (December 28).