Add another player to the Redskins’ list of free agent targets. The team on Friday will host Seattle cornerback Walter Thurmond for a visit.
A deal for Robert Griffin III's backup is increasingly unlikely.
The Washington Redskins continue to look for ways to upgrade their roster, and today are expected to host a few veterans while hoping for a meeting with another.
It hasn't been free-agent splash after splash, but it's still worth asking which moves you appreciate.
Former Redskins and Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark said that he will visit Ashburn to discuss the possibility of a second stint with Washington.
The Washington Redskins entered Tuesday's free agency signing period with $18.58 million in cap space, and committed $9.83 million of that money to sign five players.
Former Maryland Terrapin tackle Bruce Campbell came back to the Washington area, signing on a one-year deal today.
Mark Bullock watched the former Cleveland Brown, and sees positives in pass protection and issues in run blocking.
After free agent safeties, and to a lesser degree, cornerbacks flew off teh board on Day 1, what's left for Washington?
The Redskins passed on three top-tier free agent defensive backs on the first day of NFL free agency.