The Redskins wrapped up their first week of offseason practices, and both coaches and players all declared the last three sessions a success.
You can’t take a whole lot from these practices, because again, it’s still early, and a lot can and probably will change between now and the end of preseason. But there’s definitely a lot to learn
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.
Mark Maske looks at the teams who had the best drafts in the NFC East, NFC South, NFC North and NFC West in 2014.
The Redskins appear to have improved their depth at outside linebacker, right tackle and guard. Now they will look to further fill out their roster in today’s fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh rounds.
ANALYSIS | The Alabama product, along with fellow offensive tackle Morgan Moses of Virginia, remain available for the start of the second round of the NFL draft.
So, we’ve now all seen the Redskins’ schedule for the coming season, and it’s always fun to go through it and try to predict how things will go, and pick out portions we like or dislike.
Today marks the start of the Redskins’ offseason workout program, and for Jay Gruden, his coaches and many of his players, it has seemed like an eternity for this day to get here.
Big names are available in free agency, but doesn’t mean Washington should bite. Mike Jones provides five alternatives.
Mike Jones provides insights as the NFL combine wraps up, and it covers the gamut, from the freakish talents to the depth of the defensive-back class, plus Michael Sam and Johnny Manziel.