Tight end eager to put durability questions to rest after signing 5-year deal; prove he can play 16-game season.
Nobody expects perfection from a sixth-round pick. Quarterback Nate Sudfeld has some potential, and some traits worth developing.
Washington tight end, coming off a career year, signs a deal that exceeds what Travis Kelce and Zach Ertz got this offseason.
Scot McCloughan and Jay Gruden say they like the defensive linemen that they have to work with.
Washington's new defensive lineman should make an impact in the run game, and has the potential to develop other parts of his agme.
Redskins general manager Scott McCloughan won't budge from his board to select a position of need during the draft.
Washington's general manager drafted seven players. Mike Jones answers your questions about how what the GM did and did not do affects the roster.
Cornerback Kendall Fuller excels at playing zone coverage, off the line of scrimmage.
Redskins GM diagrams his favorite (word) play: He seeks passion, toughness and selflessness, and feels he got it in 2016 draft.
Washington's GM expects the rookie cornerback to develop into an impact player when he takes the field, but he can't say for sure when that will be.