Terren Jones, a 6-foot-7, 341-pound tackle, played in the preseason for the Falcons.
It's probably not all the general manager's fault, but here's Washington's record since he was hired, their draft picks and the starting lineup from Thursday.
The cornerback and return specialist, a Redskins draft pick in 2012, is back on the roster.
A starter for several seasons in Minnesota, Washington is bringing him on for special-teams help.
Redskins fans are still fuming over Thursday night's loss, and Mike Jones answers readers' questions about Kirk Cousins, the offensive line and the defensive scheme.
Because they played on Thursday night, the Redskins have a longer-than-usual layoff between games, and coach Jay Gruden opted to give his players a rest period to allow the high number of ailments to heal.
Ryan Kerrigan served as the lone bright spot to Washington's pass rush in Thursday's game, picking up his fifth sack of the season.
Washington hopes to use roster spots to upgrade special teams, source says.
Redskins’ 45-14 loss to the Giants was a ‘slap in the face’ to Gruden; coach hopes it convinces Redskins they’re not as good as they thought
Washington is averaging 9.8 penalties, 96.8 penalty yards per game; both stats are worse than 2013, when the 3-13 Redskins averaged 6.2 penalties, 50.1 penalty yards