The depth as a whole has improved, Coach Jay Gruden says, and the level of competition in practices will ramp up.
Did you miss any of our draft-weekend coverage? We'll catch Washington fans up in one quick post.
The Washington Redskins wrapped up their draft having selected a total of 10 players, and they came away from the seven rounds with a sense of accomplishment.
Second-team All-Met will move to the swingman spot for the Division II basketball team.
Who passed? Who failed to take advantage of the league's annual talent grab?
Washington’s top draft picks — Brandon Scherff, Preston Smith and Matt Jones — reflect its focus on size.
The Washington Redskins wrapped up their 2015 draft by taking University of South Florida center Austin Reiter with the 222nd overall pick.
The Redskins drafted three players in a busy Round 6.
The Redskins will now have three sixth-round picks in this year's draft. They will pick 181st, 182nd and 187th overall.
With the first of their two fifth-round picks, the Redskins selected Arkansas linebacker Martrell Spaight at 141st overall.
Washington enters Saturday's final four rounds of the draft with a total of seven picks. Here's a look at some of the top remaining prospects at positions of need.
“We’re just going to try to add tough, physical players,” coach Jay Gruden said Friday night after the completion of the third round. “That’s the whole motto here."