When Washington entered the offseason, the secondary represented one of the weakest areas on the roster.
The Redskins' offense put up 41 points, the most they would score in a game all season.
Trey Wolfe and Tajh Hasson fill the roster spots created by the releases of guard Chris Chester and cornerback Tracy Porter.
Culliver held opposing quarterbacks to a 66.5 passer rating in coverage last season.
It's a pretty good look for OTAs.
Mitchell says Jackson forgotten about his main job while pursuing other ventures.
Redskins coach downplayed DeSean Jackson’s absence from off-season workouts, but the passing game may pay the price
When he learned of the hiring of new offensive coach Bill Callahan and the plans to implement more power rushing plays into the Washington Redskins’ offense, Pro Bowl running back Alfred Morris liked what he heard.
We're taking a fresh look at 2014 games to see what we can learn about Washington's tendencies, talent and execution. Here's a review of Week 1.
Coach expects to be wiser, more effective in Year 2, and he's getting help from his new assistants.
Expensive veteran players let go one day after offseason practices begin in earnest.
Jason Hatcher's first year in Washington was disappointing, but the freedom afforded him under new coordinator Joe Barry and his new linemates have him excited for 2015.
Redskins Coach Jay Gruden expects backup QBs Colt McCoy, Kirk Cousins to push Robert Griffin III for starting job.