Washington's tackle leader from 2013 and expected heir to London Fletcher as defensive leader is back in the fold.
At 4 p.m. today the Redskins and NFL teams will be able to sign free agents to contracts.
Both sides remain interested in reaching an agreement, but inside linebacker most likely will at least test the open market.
An in-depth look at three players who could help Washington improve at inside linebacker.
The Redskins and linebacker Perry Riley Jr. have a mutual interest, but haven't made much progress on contract talks.
It sounds like the team has a lot of cap space, until you factor in what it might cost to retain their own free agents.
The Redskins and Riley’s camp have held initial negotiation talks regarding a new multi-year deal.
Mark Bullock takes a look at who from the defense should stay or be upgraded or replaced, regardless of if the Redskins run a 3-4, 4-3 or hybrid system.
When London Fletcher announced Wednesday that he expects to retire following this season, teammates and opponents had reactions.
Young linebackers are 'cornerstones that you need to keep around,' Fletcher says.