The Redskins have signed defensive end Jake McDonough to a contract, his agent, Glen Lansky said Wednesday afternoon.
The Redskins Pro Bowler says he could have played tight end or outside linebacker, but his teammates like him right where he is -- at left tackle, protecting Robert Griffin III's blind side.
Redskins fans can join 'standby' line for tickets to Fan Appreciation Day and joint practices with Patriots
The Post Sports Live crew explains why no major news out of training camp is good for the Redskins, coming off of a 3-13 season.
Second-year pro Phillip Thomas isn't expected to start, but he's healthy and confident now, and hopes to make it interesting for Redskins coaches.
Defensive end, a starter last season, saw the team hand out big contracts to two other defensive ends this season, and has taken the message to heart.
Porter: “Not being able to practice, it forced me to focus on a different aspect of the game, and that’s getting mental reps ... Having an injury forced me to sharpen my mind."
The Redskins have knocked out five days of practice, and get back to work on Wednesday for four more straight days of practice. Meantime, Mike Jones answers readers' questions.
Brown will battle for a roster spot at an outside linebacker position that features three locks in Brian Orakpo, Ryan Kerrigan and Trent Murphy, and roster hopefuls Rob Jackson, Adrian Robinson and Gabe Miller.
Quarterback encouraged after first five practices of training camp.