Washington has two solid starters at inside linebacker, but one is a restricted free agent. Here are three players the team could pursue.
Sports is supposed to be an escape. Why do we choose to suffer by adopting unfulfilling teams, when in 2017, we can adopt whoever we want?
Washington has plenty of its own players to re-sign, and all is quiet on that front. What gives? Mike Jones answers.
Redskins receiver tells Adam Schefter he hasn't lost a step since his rookie year.
One is a two-year starter. The other is a former MVP.
With free agency looming, Washington's wide receiver is looking for a job.
Here are some options for Washington as it searches to plug the hole on the back end of its defense.
The Redskins received a competitive advantage last week on their quest for Super Bowl LII.
The Hogs played a huge part in the Redskins’ Super Bowl titles; with Jacoby passed over for Hall of Fame honors, only one (Russ Grimm) is enshrined in Canton.
Former Tech assistant worked with Kendall Fuller in Blacksburg.
The former assistant defensive backs coach will join Sean McVay's staff with the Los Angeles Rams.
Washington is looking to replace Perry Fewell.
Washington has options for solving its need for difference-makers along the defensive line. Here are three, who wil likely command contracts of varying sizes.