Mike Jones answers readers' questions about Robert Griffin III's return, Brian Orakpo's future contract, front-office failures, and why the running game isn't working.
With a full offseason and 10 training camp practices in the books, Redskins GM Bruce Allen sees players buying into new coach Jay Gruden’s way of doing things.
Man who has been piloting the franchise since Mike Shanahan's departure receives a new title.
Bruce Allen writes in letter to Sen. Harry Reid that name is respectful toward Native Americans.
Front-office man had been with Redskins since 2008, overseeing pro personnel moves.
Cowboys send second- and third-round picks to acquire Washington's 34th pick.
Redskins general manager Bruce Allen took a non-committal approach on Tanard Jackson, who on Monday received word that he will be reinstated after missing two seasons while serving a suspension for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy.
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.
Allen says Jay Gruden and his assistants will fill the void left by London Fletcher, and that gradually, the team’s locker-room leaders will emerge.
The Redskins have until May 3 to pick up the fifth-year option on linebacker Ryan Kerrigan’s contract, and GM Bruce Allen said something will happen soon.