Center isn't a need, but since Washington is in search of good football players, here's one worth pursuing and working around.
It's already been an active offseason for Washington, and free agency doesn't begin until March 10.
The Redskins continued to clear money off of the books, cutting defensive end.
Cofield, a ninth-year veteran was slated to count for roughly $7.7 million against the cap this coming season.
Scot McCloughan's first free-agent signing should be a good run defender, but won't bring much pass rush.
The Redskins announced that they have added former NFL quarterback Dave Ragone to their coaching staff as an offensive quality control assistant.
The guard who helped the Seahawks nearly repeat as Super Bowl champions might not be a prize in free agency. Here's a closer look.
Redskins agree to a three-year deal with former Colt and 49er, who was originally drafted by new GM Scot McCloughan.
Safety options taper off after Alabama’s Landon Collins, but ESPN Draft analyst Mel Kiper sees value in Sanford’s Tartt, Utah’s Rowe.
Mockdraftable, a tool for visualizing and comparing raw talent, becomes useful to draft fanatics after the NFL combine.