College prospects are aiming to show NFL teams that they should be drafted; Mike Jones has some highlights from the North team's morning practice.
Washington's new coordinator has experience in multiple types of defenses, but the one-gap 3-4 that Jay Gruden wants might not be all that different from what Wade Phillips would run.
Jay Gruden says the Redskins will continue to use a 3-4 defensive front, but mix up how they deploy it. Plus some early thoughts on which assistants and players stay.
Washington's coach explains what appealed to him about the man he chose to be the new defensive coordinator.
The Redskins apparently have settled on the man to fix their defense, and plan on hiring San Diego linebackers coach Joe Barry as their next defensive coordinator.
Mike Jones answers readers' questions about offseason needs, potential changes within the organization, and a little bit of everything in between.
Former leader of 49ers defense joins John Fox in Chicago rather than coming to Washington replace Jim Haslett.
Washington Redskins officials will spend this week in Mobile, Ala., evaluating draft prospects during the next three days of practices leading up to Saturday’s Senior Bowl.
Redskins running back Alfred Morris will make his second straight Pro Bowl appearance, the team announced on Monday.
The Redskins interviewed former Cardinals defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast as part of their search for Jim Haslett's replacement.