Washington's speedy linebackers think they can match up with Eagles' biggest offensive threats.
Here's what the new starter in the heart of the Washington defense brings to the table.
The Redskins have cut young defensive backs Phillip Thomas and Chase Minnifield, as well as linebacker Everette Brown. Linebacker Darryl Sharpton is placed on injured reserve.
Backup nose tackle is believed to have torn the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.
The fifth-year inside linebacker believes that both he and Washington’s defense as a whole will take significant leaps forward this season.
Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett wants to see young linebackers in game situations.
Keenan Robinson lost his second NFL season to injury, but devoted the time to learning the playbook and tuning his mental game.
Mike Jones answers readers' questions about the mood out at Redskins Park so far, plus thoughts on the punters kicking off, linebacker depth and the quarterbacks.
While the Redskins are keeping the 3-4 defense, changing principles means they can cut their defensive linemen loose to let them attack.
Coach says Washington's defensive coordinator is experimenting with a variety of blitz packages.