Continuing their evaluations with the NFL Draft now just less than two weeks away, Washington officials will meet with at least three more top-rated prospects next week.
Here's another crack at how Washington's entire draft might shake out.
The NFL draft is 14 days away, but lots of people are already trying to guess who Washington will draft.
The past two offseasons, fans have been pretty optimistic. Is there any reason to be this year?
With football in his blood and just two seasons of college football under his belt, Maxx Williams appears to be top prospect in weak tight-end field.
Last season Forbath made 24 of 27 field goals for a clip of .888, which ranked eighth-best in the league.
After signing prospective starter Chris Culliver in free agency, Washington turns to draft for more depth, durability at cornerback
Washington talent evaluators are hosting Florida outside linebacker Dante Fowler Jr., a potential pick at No. 5 overall, at Redskins Park.
Let's examine LSU's La'el Collins, and which offensive line position will be his best in the NFL.