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Safety Dashon Goldson is out to reclaim hard-hitting reputation as fixture in Redskins secondary.

Safety options taper off after Alabama’s Landon Collins, but ESPN Draft analyst Mel Kiper sees value in Sanford’s Tartt, Utah’s Rowe.

Safety Ryan Clark announced that he will retire and work in television following a 13-year career that featured two stints in Washington.

We analyze which of the five safeties in the mix at the end of the season have a role in Washington next year, then open the floor to you.

Here's a look at three of the safeties on Washington's roster, and what the team should do with them going forward.

Rookie Trent Murphy fractured the third metacarpal in his right hand during a play late in the first quarter and did not return.

Jay Gruden was understandably upbeat and proud of Washington's effort in his postgame press conference Saturday evening.

Defensive coordinator Jim Haslett, safety Ryan Clark have no issues with fracas that erupted during practice this week

In wake of fifth consecutive loss, veteran safety Ryan Clark says it’s time Washington figured out what it does well, and do it

Wide receiver DeSean Jackson and five other Redskins players missed Thursday’s practice with injuries and remain questionable for Sunday’s game against the St. Louis Rams.

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