In today’s mailbag, we discuss how the rookies looked on the field, take a long, hard look at Robert Griffin III and the offense, and answer a few other questions.
The Redskins drafted three players in a busy Round 6.
The Redskins this offseason added safeties Dashon Goldson and Jeron Johnson. But that doesn't mean they're done at safety.
For years now, Alabama’s Landon Collins has maintained a pregame ritual that has helped fuel him toward becoming one of the top safeties in the nation.
Dashon Goldson is immediately the Redskins' best option at free safety and should start, but there are reasons why he's only a short-term fix.
Washington added a free safety of starting caliber after agreeing to a trade with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Dashon Goldson.
Answers to reader questions about the prospect of trading back in the NFL draft, whether last season was more on Jay Gruden than Robert Griffin III and Washington's team name.
Hall entered last year as the team’s No. 1 cornerback and coming off of one of the finest seasons of his career. Now, he will find himself in a battle for a spot in a suddenly crowded secondary.
Washington’s talent evaluators put the ex-49er at the top of the board, which is why they felt comfortable paying him No. 1-cornerback money in free agency.
Washington has not addressed right tackle, right guard, outside linebacker or free safety in free agency. But coach Jay Gruden said each of those voids could be filled by a current Redskin.