A closer look at NFL draft prospect Dante Fowler

Here's a closer look at the Florida outside linebacker, who has a couple advantage over some of the other pass rushers in this draft class, but is less refined.

Redskins plan to host Marcus Mariota for pre-draft visit

The Redskins plan to host Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota for a pre-draft visit.

Redskins haven’t ruled out re-signing Santana Moss

The Redskins haven’t ruled out re-signing wide receiver Santana Moss, but will likely wait to see how next month’s NFL draft plays out before deciding on the 14-year veteran’s future with the franchise.

Jay Gruden sees Matt Cavanaugh as settling force on Redskins coaching staff

As he reviewed his first season as an NFL head coach and assessed everything from top to bottom, Jay Gruden realized that he had underestimated all of the responsibilities that would fall on his shoulders, and those of offensive coordinator Sean McVay.

Thompson expected to get the first crack at third-down back duties

With Roy Helu Jr. now an Oakland Raider, the Washington Redskins find themselves in need of an effective No. 2 running back.

Kiper: Washington’s interest in Mariota could be genuine, could be attempt to elicit trades

ESPN analyst Mel Kiper says Nebraska’s Randy Gregory cost himself draft position with positive drug test at Combine.

A closer look at NFL draft prospect Randy Gregory

Here's a closer look at why the Nebraska outside linebacker had been coveted at the top of the draft, and why he might fall.

Jay Gruden not counting DeAngelo Hall out despite injury, new addition at cornerback

Hall entered last year as the team’s No. 1 cornerback and coming off of one of the finest seasons of his career. Now, he will find himself in a battle for a spot in a suddenly crowded secondary.

DeSean Jackson, Art Monk to be honored at Washington Football Legends Scholarship Gala

The current and former Redskins wide receivers will be honored during the seventh annual Washington Football Legends Scholarship Gala.

Jay Gruden: Redskins saw Chris Culliver as one of top cornerbacks on the market

Washington’s talent evaluators put the ex-49er at the top of the board, which is why they felt comfortable paying him No. 1-cornerback money in free agency.

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