There's a lot you don't know about the Redskins' newest players.
The rookie from Stanford isn't a speed rusher, but has moves and can play the run. He could spell Brian Orakpo and Ryan Kerrigan, and play in Jim Haslett's creative nickel packages.
A roundup of what folks said and wrote about Washington's eight new rookies, plus draft grades galore and a video analysis of the picks.
Mike Jones answers reader questions about the eight players drafted by Washington, where they fit and what that means for others on the roster.
A look at how the 16 AFC teams performed over the weekend.
The Redskins don't have much in the way of tall wide receivers on the roster, but adding 6-6 draft pick Ted Bolser to Jordan Reed means they have two tall pass-catching tight ends.
Looking back on Washington's eight picks, which one excites you most?
Mark Maske looks at the teams who had the best drafts in the NFC East, NFC South, NFC North and NFC West in 2014.
The 2014 NFL draft is now in the books, and the Redskins wound up adding eight players -- some of whom could wind up meeting long-term needs.
Using the 217th pick of the draft, Washington took Indiana tight end Ted Bolser. Then with the 228th selection, the Redskins took Arkansas kicker Zach Hocker.