The fifth-year inside linebacker believes that both he and Washington’s defense as a whole will take significant leaps forward this season.
Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett wants to see young linebackers in game situations.
Keenan Robinson lost his second NFL season to injury, but devoted the time to learning the playbook and tuning his mental game.
Fully recovered from the torn pectoral muscle that cost him all of the 2013 campaign, Robinson aims to prove that despite a limited resume, he has the capability to replace London Fletcher.
In today’s mailbag, we continue to take a look at how some of the new pieces fit, as well as what the draft moves – and some non-moves – mean for some of the veterans.
Mark Bullock takes a closer look at three inside linebackers who would fit the Redskins' 3-4 defense if drafted this weekend.
The Redskins begin a new era with London Fletcher now retired. Fifth-year pro Perry Riley Jr. now assumes the mantle, but the other inside linebacker position remains up for grabs.
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.
Linebacker's former coach in Kansas City and Philadelphia extols his reliability.
Inside linebacker certainly is now more crowded, but it’s hard to say if that’s a significantly improved position.