Follow along with our Redskins reporters as 2017 training camp gets underway.

The tight end is said to be suffering from a sprained toe, and the move to limit him is precautionary.

  • Analysis

Washington's players and coaches have made their way to Richmond, and on Thursday, they take the field for their first practice of the 2017 season.

  • Perspective

Why is Jay Gruden smiling? Because he’s at ease in his role

The Redskins head coach seems to be the loosest person in the room as the team prepares to open training camp in Richmond.

Josh Norman isn’t concerned about Kirk Cousins’s lack of a long-term deal

Redskins cornerback hears the questions and sees the criticism, but he's focused on this season.

5-11? USA Today writer explains his miserable record projection for Redskins.

Nate Davis is concerned that constant questions about Kirk Cousins's future will affect the team.

Plus, which unit should be paid more: Offense or defense?

The linebacker joins his cousin, tackle Trent Williams, as the latest player from Longview, Tex. to join Washington.

  • Analysis

Here’s a stab at how the 90-man roster could be pared down to the final 53 over the next month.

An undrafted player in 2015, Mbu hopes to make an impact on the team's most critical position battle during training camp.

  • Analysis

Who will start at the edge rusher position opposite Ryan Kerrigan? Preston Smith, Junior Galette and rookie Ryan Anderson will all factor into the mix.

Cousins’ play to date virtually assures top-dollar contract in 2018, whether with Redskins or elsewhere

Did you really think we'd talk about anything else this week?

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