With 12 contenders for half as many spots, Redskins wide receiver battle should be highlight of offseason

So the Redskins coaches and talent evaluators were sitting there thinking, “We like what we saw from our running game in the second half of the season, but we think we can do better.” Rob Kelley was thinking the same thing.

This is the worst time of the year on the NFL calendar, but it's also the best time to follow Redskins players on Instagram.

  • Analysis

What does Derek Carr’s new contract mean for Matthew Stafford and Kirk Cousins?

Carr's reported $25 million-a-year deal makes him the NFL's highest-paid player … until Stafford and Cousins cash in.

New York Times Editorial Board reconsiders its position on Redskins trademark

For one week, at least, newspaper opinion boards and the Redskins found some common ground.

  • Perspective

Supreme Court decision affirmed right to offensive names. But why choose one?

Washington’s NFL team name isn’t illegal, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t wrong.

The offseason practice season is designed to give players a foundation for training camp, when the position battles begin in earnest.

The latest observations and analysis from the Post's reporters in Ashburn during the Redskins' Wednesday practice.

Running back Matt Jones remained a no-show as the Redskins kicked off their second week of voluntary offseason practices. The third-year pro isn't expected to attend any of the remaining five voluntary sessions..

  • Analysis

MAILBAG | What kind of growth we can expect from Kirk Cousins in Year 3 as a starter, and how the addition of defensive backs coach Torrian Gray could help.

Pryor’s big reach, at 6-4, and big confidence should help the Redskins solve their red-zone struggles.

From Greenwood, S.C., to the NFL, Josh Norman and D.J. Swearinger reunite as teammates with the Redskins.

The linebacker won't be available for Washington until Week 6 of the NFL regular season.

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