REDSKINS MAILBAG | With the Washington Redskins about to enter the crucial part of their offseason, Mike Jones fields questions on free agency, the draft and the team's approach to its quarterback.
Redskins Coach Jay Gruden praises ‘tough as hell’ Lichtensteiger as veteran lineman ends nine-year NFL career.
The 30-year-old will become a free agent for the third time in his career, and his intentions are quite clear.
Post columnist Thomas Boswell says that the quarterback holds all the cards, leaving the team few options about what to do next.
The Caps GM tells the media what he plans to do, and then he does it. Maybe silence and secrecy aren't always necessary.
Tampa Bay QB grew up watching the Redskins' deep threat when he played for the Eagles.
A day after announcing Torrian Gray as their new defensive backs coach, Washington hired his assistant.
Here's a comprehensive, no-holds-barred look at the missteps so far this offseason, and the details behind how the Redskins could ascend to NFL elite or watch it all come crashing down next season.
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.
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.