Washington's third preseason game will serve as the final action for nearly all of the team's starters, but roster spots are still up for grabs.
After initially mulling retirement, third-year pro is expected to report to Redskins headquarters some time this weekend and attempt to make the roster.
As of mid-day on Thursday, the Redskins remained unsure of whether the center would join them or not.
Friday’s game vs. Bills could go a long way to determining roles along the defensive line.
When your best birthday present is cereal and you compare cereal to children, you really like cereal.
For the Redskins' Trent Murphy, losing 20 pounds was easier than gaining it this offseason.
The Redskins still have a logjam at inside linebacker, and Friday night's game should go a long way to helping team officials settling on the final starting position and backup roles.
The Patriots castoff and new Redskins center might take some time to get up to speed, but he brings an attitude and nastiness that will fit right in.
The undrafted rookie out of Tulane has worked his way up from the bottom of the depth chart to receiving first team reps this week in practice.
Washington acquired Stork by giving up a conditional seventh-round pick in 2017 before he was officially released by New England.
Second-year player tops list of players who will sit out with injuries against Bills.
Although he refuses to make bold predictions, DeSean Jackson seems primed for a big season after a strong preseason.
The going has been slow so far for the Redskins' top draft pick. But he has finally started making strides forward in his rehabilitation from a strained right Achilles' tendon.