The Washington Redskins have kicked back into action this week, signing safety Ryan Clark while courting wide receiver DeSean Jackson today.
Things have started to quiet down on the free agent front for the Washington Redskins.
It should be an interesting couple of weeks as the Redskins try to overhaul their roster.
The NFL Scouting Combine concludes today, and from here, Redskins officials will continue to plan for their offseason moves with free agency approaching in a couple of weeks, and college Pro Days on the upcoming schedule as well.
Redskins officials turn their attention to the NFL draft this week, traveling on Wednesday to Indianapolis where the combine gets underway Thursday.
It may be the offseason, but there’s nothing quiet about it.
The Redskins are in all-out evaluation mode, both in the area of their own players, players with expiring contracts, other team’s free agents, and talent in the draft.
With the coaching staff in place, the attention turns to talent evaluation and roster construction.
Jay Gruden is putting the finishing touches on his coaching staff, and this week is devoting much of his efforts to installing the offense with coordinator Sean McVay.
Mike Jones answers readers' questions as the Redskins try to fill out a coaching staff and reshape the roster to Jay Gruden’s liking.