A significant cap number plus on-field struggles could mean the guard's days are numbered.
We analyze which of the interior linemen in the mix at the end of the season have a role in Washington next year, then open the floor to you.
There were bright spots and blights among Washington's guards and centers in 2014. Here's a closer look at how they played.
Jay Gruden was understandably upbeat and proud of Washington's effort in his postgame press conference Saturday evening.
Gerald McCoy, the Bucs' 6-foot-4, 300-pound defensive tackle, is among the best in the NFL at putting pressure on the quarterback, and the Redskins are figuring out how to counteract that.
Mike Jones answers reader questions about the confusion surrounding Chris Baker's hit on Nick Foles, how teams prepare in a short week and what Kirk Cousins's performance means.
Mike Jones answers readers' questions, making sense of Robert Griffin III's injury and fallout, why running backs cut haven't been signed and how Washington and Philadelphia match up.
Well, that’s not how you would want to look in your final dress rehearsal for the regular season if you’re Jay Gruden & Co.
Washington's quarterback showed some development in the pocket against Cleveland, but made a few poor choices as well. Mark Bullock returns to take a closer look.
Mike Jones looks at players whose performances in 2014 will be key to the team's fortunes. Guard Chris Chester is today's subject.