The 6-1, 210-pound Rees went undrafted as he capped roller-coaster of a four-year run at Notre Dame with a career season.
Washington bolsters its post-draft haul by adding Silas Redd and eight other players.
ANALYSIS | The Alabama product, along with fellow offensive tackle Morgan Moses of Virginia, remain available for the start of the second round of the NFL draft.
The Washington Redskins did not make a move to trade up into the latter portions of the NFL Draft’s first round, and as things currently stand, they will make their first selection just two picks into the second round, which begins Friday night at 7 p.m.
Mark Bullock takes a closer look at three inside linebackers who would fit the Redskins' 3-4 defense if drafted this weekend.
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.
Washington has Jordan Reed, Logan Paulsen and Niles Paul, but that doesn't mean their new coach won't try to add a TE in the draft. Mark Bullock suggests three who'd fit.
The Redskins hoped they'd addressed this need area in 2013 when they drafted Fresno State’s Phillip Thomas and Georgia’s Bacarri Rambo, but they're back in the market for safeties. Mike Jones provides his top 10.
If the Redskins are looking to draft a cornerback who could be around a while, or one who could play special teams, Mark Bullock has three suggestions.
Now four months removed from a nightmare of a second season in the NFL, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III feels an overwhelming sense of freedom, both mentally and physically. He also says he has rediscovered his identity.