The Washington Post

The Redskins on Monday made their first official offseason moves, signing eight players to futures contracts.

The Redskins announced Tuesday morning that they have re-signed nose tackle Robert Thomas to their practice squad three days after releasing him from the 53-man roster.

Because they played on Thursday night, the Redskins have a longer-than-usual layoff between games, and coach Jay Gruden opted to give his players a rest period to allow the high number of ailments to heal.

The Redskins will be without starting left guard Shawn Lauvao as they host the New York Giants.

The Redskins filled their vacant spot on the 53-man roster Thursday afternoon by promoting nose tackle Robert Thomas from the practice squad.

Mike Jones answers readers' questions on how soon we might see the former Broncos safety crack the starting line, what a realistic Redskins' record projection is, and more.

After claiming Denver SS Ihenacho from waivers, Redskins sign RB Chris Thompson, seven others to practice squad.

Release of punter Robert Malone ranked as the most surprising move so far.

The Redskins on Friday afternoon began cutting players as they work to slash the roster from 75 to 53 players by the league's 4 p.m. deadline on Saturday.