Mike Jones answers reader questions about the depth of various positions, position battles and expectations for the coming season. We also look back at why the Shanahan era ended.
The dust has settled from the NFL Draft, but nothing ever completely settles for the Washington Redskins.
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.
The Redskins cut wide receiver David Gettis, who signed with the team in January.
The Redskins made their first move to address their secondary through the draft, selecting the Clemson cornerback with the 102nd overall pick.
Hull and Bellamy played special teams last season; Mouton was re-signed to a futures contract in January.
A year after struggling to find anyone capable of effectively returning punts, the Washington Redskins now find themselves with a couple of improved options.
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 Washington Redskins have kicked back into action this week, signing safety Ryan Clark while courting wide receiver DeSean Jackson today.
Linebacker's former coach in Kansas City and Philadelphia extols his reliability.