Robert Griffin III and a number of his skill-position teammates will meet next week in Florida for four days of group workouts.
The busiest part of free agency has come and gone, and for the Redskins players on the market, there have been few surprises. Several have yet to draw interest from any team.
The Redskins have re-signed tight end/special teams ace Niles Paul to a three-year contract.
With Griffin name Washington's starter and Cousins apparently returning as his top challenger, what's the market for a 3rd-string quarterback?
Washington has three useful tight ends with three distinct styles. Should all three come back next season, or is there room to upgrade?
Against the Rams, the offensive line, tight ends and running backs contributed to the lack of success. Do the Giants provide an opportunity to get on track?
Three games remain on the schedule for 3-10 Washington, but players say they will try to rally and finish the season on a strong note.
Washington's punter says the failed play would have worked if he'd followed Niles Paul's block.
"I feel for him," fullback Darrel Young says. "I know what type of guy he is."