Here’s a rundown of the positions where veterans could find themselves looking over their shoulder because of the addition draft picks or college free agents:
The Redskins this weekend got an up-close look at their eight draft picks, the 10 undrafted rookies they signed this week, and 38 tryout players.
The third-round draft pick played at left tackle his final season at Virginia after beginning his college career on the right side.
There's a lot you don't know about the Redskins' newest players.
The Washington Redskins made a move to bolster the offensive line charged with protecting franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III, selecting University of Virginia offensive tackle Morgan Moses.
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.
When he received the invitation to compete in the Senior Bowl, University of Virginia offensive lineman Morgan Moses welcomed the chance to showcase his skills to NFL talent evaluators.