They don't pick until No. 34, and they don't need to land a Week 1 starter.
The football players' event begins at 8 a.m. Saturday and will raise money for Alexander’s ACES Foundation and two military-related organizations.
Washington enters the draft with needs on the offensive line. Here are three guard or center prospects, one each who should be available early, in the middle and late in the draft.
A roundup of links from around the Web in anticipation of the draft, which starts in three weeks.
Insider readers who rarely venture off the blog should check out Kent Babb's piece on the wide receiver's environment growing up.
Preseason opener date and time has been determined
Safety, running back and pass rusher rank among players on Redskins' radar.
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.