The Redskins have begun the process of hosting prospects for pre-draft visits, showing interest in offensive linemen, pass rushers and wide receivers.
Washington enters the draft potentially looking for more help in the secondary. Here are three, one each who should be available early, in the middle and late in the draft.
This week, Mike Jones answers readers' questions about the Redskins’ draft needs, further examines the signing of DeSean Jackson, and engages in some salary cap talk.
New wide receiver has first session throwing with Robert Griffin III.
The Redskins will host their annual Draft Day Party beginning at noon, Saturday, May 10, at FedEx Field.
The Redskins may have added DeSean Jackson and Andre Roberts this offseason, but apparently, they’re not completely satisfied with where things stand in their receiving unit.
Trent Williams expects more deep routes in 2014, but believes line is up to the task.
Signing DeSean Jackson and Jason Hatcher gave Washington two Pro Bowl players. But Barry Cofield sees the acquisitions as victories for additional reasons.
Added player gives Washington quite the collection of safeties.
Cleveland, Baltimore and Tampa Bay also on the exhibition schedule