MAILBAG | The NFL draft continues to draw closer, but the most prominent question in the minds of Redskins fans involves the contract situation of their quarterback.

After a turbulent offseason, during which the team lost key figures from its roster and front office, Washington took a step toward getting back to football Monday.

The later rounds could provide Washington with a few depth picks.

2017 NFL mock draft: QB uncertainty creates chaos in final Round 1 projection

In John Harris's final projection the Browns make a big trade with the Jets and three quarterbacks fly off the board in the first round.

Four of Redskins’ last five draft classes have outperformed expectations

Since 1996, Washington's draft picks have been 3 percent worse than expected.

Redskins’ draft plans: Talent will trump need, even on defense

Washington says it will select the best available player, regardless of the team’s clear need for defensive help.

The Redskins' linebacker will not be paid in addition to missing the first four games of the 2017 season for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancement drugs

Another potential seven-round scenario for the pick-rich Redskins.

The Post's Master Tesfatsion and Mike Jones discuss whether Washington could use another safety in the draft as we continue our position by position look.

Washington's No. 2 corner will hire Joe Flanagan as his representation.

The Redskins must gauge their need and decide when to spend a precious draft pick on a prospect — or whether to at all.

With the NFL draft approaching, we take a look at how current situations on Washington’s roster could impact plans in the draft, and more.

The outside linebacker was charged with disorderly conduct and disobeying lawful order, both misdemeanors.

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