If Washington is looking for defensive line prospects in the NFL draft, here are three; one each who should be available early, mid-draft and late.
The NFL will end the suspense at 8 p.m. and release the full schedule for the 2014 season.
It's neat to take a look back and see what scouts and draft analysts thought of the players who eventually became Redskins.
Washington's owner spoke as the team helped provide a new field for a high school in Loudoun County.
In an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink type of mailbag, Mike Jones answers reader questions on a promising cornerback, a yet-to-be-released pass rusher, the former coach and the media types at Redskins Park.
As we await the release of the Redskins' schedule, here's a quick look at who's on it and how often they play Washington.
The Redskins aim to upgrade the offensive line in the draft. Cyrus Kouandjio, a tackle from DeMatha and Alabama, is among Mike Jones's top 10 tackles available.
The Redskins recent history in prime time isn't very pretty. But, for a team coming off a 3-13 season, Washington might be a serious draw on TV.
They don't pick until No. 34, and they don't need to land a Week 1 starter.
The football players' event begins at 8 a.m. Saturday and will raise money for Alexander’s ACES Foundation and two military-related organizations.