Mike Jones answers reader questions on why the Redskins won't switch back to a 4-3 front, why The Post hasn't stopped using the team's name and much more.
A knee injury derailed Leonard Hankerson's most promising season to date. He might soon be healthy again, but the Redskins wide receiver group looks much different.
In anticipation of the upcoming battles in training camp, Insider readers are selecting the final 53. Cornerback has a crowd of competition.
Third-round pick had the look of a future starter when he filled in for most of the 2012 playoff game. But since then, his standing on the team has slipped.
Mike Jones is looking at Redskins players who have a lot to prove this season, and Brian Orakpo is perhaps the most high-profile player on his list.
Sheil Kapadia of Birds 24/7 joins The Insider to talk about the division rival that let DeSean Jackson leave for Washington, and the commonalities between the teams who will meet in Week 3.
After showing promise in 2012, the team showed needs at both spots in 2013 and moved to fill them in 2014. Does that leave Crawford without a job?
Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union joins The Insider to talk about the Jaguars and Redskins, who'll face off in Week 2 this season.
Facing a challenge from Chris Thompson and Lache Seastrunk, Helu has the advantage of experience, but is trying to impress a new coaching staff.
Jay Gruden and Sean McVay appear to be willing to let Robert Griffin III call line protections and change plays. Mark Bullock explains how that can help.