In hiring a defensive coordinator, Washington passed over a more accomplished candidate.
Scot McCloughan has the right idea in building through the draft, but the road back for Redskins is long,
Bringing in a proven personnel man would fix the Redskins’ greatest deficiency: talent acquisition.
The Redskins’ opening at defensive coordinator is a chance to bolster authority on Coach Jay Gruden’s staff.
General manager Bruce Allen inspires little confidence the team can improve under his leadership
COLUMN | After a 4-12 finish, the list of things that need fixing on the Redskins is long, and it starts at the top.
Rookie coach is a quarterback specialist; to turn around Redskins, he must use everything else.
There’s a lot to fix on the Redskins’ defense, but it’s probably time to turn it over to a new mechanic.
In 27-24 win against the Eagles, Jay Gruden devised a plan that helped Robert Griffin III play well enough to win.
Neither Robert Griffin III nor Jay Gruden is earning his salary; they might have to work it out together.