Jay Gruden and Sean McVay appear to be willing to let Robert Griffin III call line protections and change plays. Mark Bullock explains how that can help.
Mike Jones looks at players whose performances in 2014 will be key to the team's fortunes. Guard Chris Chester is today's subject.
Washington's right tackle gets a lot of flak. Instead of going on reputation alone, Mark Bullock closely examined his play.
You tell us who should make the final 53-man roster.
Now two months into the introductory process to the Jay Gruden regime, Redskins Pro Bowl left tackle Trent Williams feels both relieved and encouraged.
Redskins now have all eight draft picks under contract
The third-round draft pick played at left tackle his final season at Virginia after beginning his college career on the right side.
Mike Jones answers reader questions about the eight players drafted by Washington, where they fit and what that means for others on the roster.
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.
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.