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.
As a word of caution, the results as a whole have not been pretty. But there have been a few bright spots.
The recently retired linebacker will resurface for pick No. 34, if the Redskins in fact choose at that spot.
We dig five years into the archives to see which of the first-week free agents panned out, and which late pickups did.
Redskins hire Doug Williams, who won Super Bowl XXII with the franchise, to a front-office position.
A black quarterback won the Super Bowl on Sunday, and we didn’t mention it. Is that significant, and if so, why?
Team's former three-time Super Bowl-winning coach was on hand Friday at the media center.
A source says 'there's a very good chance of that,' but Williams and Redskins General Manager Bruce Allen do not respond to requests for comment. The timing of such a potential move is unclear.
Doug Williams, Joe Jacoby decline to weigh in.