There is a lot of talent still available in what is considered a deep draft. Which players should the Redskins target?
The Redskins improve their defensive line by drafting Jonathan Allen from Alabama with the No. 17 overall pick.
The move solidifies Washington’s need at offensive tackle for the foreseeable future after it also gave left tackle Trent Williams a five-year extension in 2015.
Saying analysts loved Washington's pick would be an understatement.
Defensive end played at Stone Bridge High School and is part of overhaul of interior line.
Taking a hometown kid at a position of need makes current players happy.
We hash out Washington's needs on defense, at running back and QB with one day left until the draft gets underway.
Washington could pick up a nice return in draft picks because of the shortage at quarterback, but Cousins remains the best option for the franchise this season.
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The inside linebacker signed his low-round tender Monday.
Redskins director of college scouting sees ample chance to improve team’s defense in the upcoming draft.
Team officials may decide to bank on their returning players and devote resources to other areas. But what if a top outside linebacker is available?
The fourth-year veteran signed his $2.746 million tender Friday.