The Redskins made key changes to the offensive line to improve pass protection for the quarterback.
Redskins coach was happy to get the full-pads work in and see some of his players tackle for the first time, but wants to avoid injuries.
Ryan Clark among those mentoring David Amerson, who’ll line up at cornerback alongside DeAngelo Hall.
Jay Gruden’s coaching style is one of empowerment, but that approach may prove difficult to maintain.
Redskins back takes a leadership role off the field and hopes to continue to get carries under Gruden.
Teammate impressed with fellow tight end’s offseason dedication.
The Redskins tight end is benefiting from a special bond formed last year with his coach, Sean McVay.
The Redskins face challenge in distributing the ball adequately among their playmakers.
The Redskins quarterback won his battle against the Shanahans, and now must prove they were wrong.
The defense outplayed the offense in the first session, but Griffin said he’s upbeat about the team and the new coaching staff.
Rookie has a ways to go before threatening Tyler Polumbus at right tackle.
Rookie coach’s highest priority must be to make sure the Redskins’ investment in quarterback pays off.
Redskins President and GM Bruce Allen has unprecedented control over franchise facing multiple challenges.
Paul Pierce is nearly 37, but a savvy veteran may be just what the Wizards need to take another step forward.
Miami fans should follow the team owner’s example in thanking LeBron James rather than lamenting losing him.
Washington may not have any surefire all-stars on its roster, but remarkable depth has the Nats near the top of the National League East.
The Nationals will face plenty of challenges the rest of the season, but the Nats manager faces the biggest.
The center is their most important cog in free agency, followed closely by small forward Trevor Ariza.
COLUMN | Atlanta is proving to be a thorn in its side, but Washington has a roster built for the long haul.
Finally given the freedom to run the defense his way, Washington’s defensive coordinator is happy with the players he’s been given to do the job.
Jason Reid joined the Post’s Redskins team in 2007 after 15 years covering many beats at the Los Angeles Times. Reid was responsible for the paper’s daily print coverage of the NFL ballclub for two seasons, then shifted his focus and became the primary writer for the popular Insider blog. In January of 2011, Reid was promoted to a general sports columnist. A graduate of USC (the real one, not the one in South Carolina), Reid is passionate about covering sports for the nation’s best news organization.