Safety has not played the past two seasons.
The Redskins hoped they'd addressed this need area in 2013 when they drafted Fresno State’s Phillip Thomas and Georgia’s Bacarri Rambo, but they're back in the market for safeties. Mike Jones provides his top 10.
Mike Jones answers reader questions on that first game against the Texans, whether the Redskins could trade up for a safety like Calvin Pryor and what a pre-draft visit actually entails.
Washington enters the draft potentially looking for more help in the secondary. Here are three, one each who should be available early, in the middle and late in the draft.
We’ll get more into the draft in the coming weeks as pre-draft visits and workouts will begin taking place. But here’s a quick glance at where things currently stand and what holes may still remain.
The Redskins have agreed to terms with the longtime Steelers defensive back who played two seasons in Washington early in his career.
Because of injuries that robbed them of most or all of their rookie seasons, both running back Chris Thompson and safety Phillip Thomas remain mysteries.
With the biggest flurry of free-agency action complete, Washington Redskins general manager Bruce Allen reviews his team’s moves so far.
The Redskins have reached an agreement to bring back safety Brandon Meriweather, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed.
The Washington Redskins hosted free agent safety Ryan Clark on Thursday and continued negotiations with his representative Thursday evening and part of Friday, but have yet to reach an agreement on a deal.