The Redskins appear to have improved their depth at outside linebacker, right tackle and guard. Now they will look to further fill out their roster in today’s fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh rounds.
Mark Bullock takes a closer look at three inside linebackers who would fit the Redskins' 3-4 defense if drafted this weekend.
As he looks over the roster as it stands on the eve of the NFL Draft, Redskins general manager Bruce Allen says he doesn't see any "gaping holes," but that the organization has the goal of improving future depth.
Mike Jones answers questions from readers about the NFL draft, Redskins right tackles and wide receivers, the linebackers coaches, and of course, Tanard Jackson.
The Redskins begin a new era with London Fletcher now retired. Fifth-year pro Perry Riley Jr. now assumes the mantle, but the other inside linebacker position remains up for grabs.
This week, Mike Jones answers readers' questions about the Redskins’ draft needs, further examines the signing of DeSean Jackson, and engages in some salary cap talk.
We’ll get more into the draft in the coming weeks as pre-draft visits and workouts will begin taking place. But here’s a quick glance at where things currently stand and what holes may still remain.
Linebacker's former coach in Kansas City and Philadelphia extols his reliability.
Inside linebacker certainly is now more crowded, but it’s hard to say if that’s a significantly improved position.
The Washington Redskins continue to strengthen their inside linebacker position and special teams units, signing eight-year veteran Akeem Jordan to a contract Wednesday morning.