In an everything-but-the-kitchen-sink type of mailbag, Mike Jones answers reader questions on a promising cornerback, a yet-to-be-released pass rusher, the former coach and the media types at Redskins Park.
The Washington Redskins continue to look for ways to upgrade their roster, and today are expected to host a few veterans while hoping for a meeting with another.
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.
But safety also says, 'I didn’t see people not caring' on special teams during Kansas City loss.
Starting left tackle Trent Williams missed Wednesday’s practice with a foot contusion, but said that he hopes to play on Sunday when the Redskins host the Kansas City Chiefs.
Linebacker has played in 252 straight regular season games.
Safety Reed Doughty left Sunday night’s game after suffering a concussion, and his status for the immediate future remains uncertain.
As the Washington Redskins stumbled through another demoralizing defeat, the exhibited one of the few constants that has manifested itself this season, and that was an inability to play with any sense of consistency.
Mark Bullock takes a closer look at Robert Griffin III, Brian Orakpo, David Amerson and the offensive line.