A roundup of interesting articles and charts, in advance of Thursday's start of the NFL draft.
The Redskins begin a new era with London Fletcher now retired. Fifth-year pro Perry Riley Jr. now assumes the mantle, but the other inside linebacker position remains up for grabs.
The Rams drafted seven players and have the No. 2 pick this year, largely from the picks received from the Redskins, yet it isn't clear who got the better end of the deal.
Washington has Jordan Reed, Logan Paulsen and Niles Paul, but that doesn't mean their new coach won't try to add a TE in the draft. Mark Bullock suggests three who'd fit.
The recently retired linebacker will resurface for pick No. 34, if the Redskins in fact choose at that spot.
The Redskins hoped they'd addressed this need area in 2013 when they drafted Fresno State’s Phillip Thomas and Georgia’s Bacarri Rambo, but they're back in the market for safeties. Mike Jones provides his top 10.
If the Redskins are looking to draft a cornerback who could be around a while, or one who could play special teams, Mark Bullock has three suggestions.
After weeks of reading about draft prospects, it can be hard to rein in high hopes. Until you read these comparables, anyway.
Mike Jones answers reader questions on that first game against the Texans, whether the Redskins could trade up for a safety like Calvin Pryor and what a pre-draft visit actually entails.
The Redskins’ pass-catching unit still has its deficiencies, mainly in the size department, but they could be addressed in the draft. Mike Jones provides his top 10 WRs.