The second-year pro is expected to return to action by the start of the regular season, but his reduced practice time is far from ideal as he transitions back to safety from inside linebacker.
Redskins Mailbag | There’s still a lot to sort out with this team as coaches and officials continue to evaluate talent over the next three weeks while taking steps towards forming the initial 53-man roster.
Despite the franchise's victory in its Supreme Court trade mark ruling, Stephen Rivera continued his fight to change the Redskins team name this summer.
Tough-to-cover TE is back at practice, and Kirk Cousins is optimistic that “any rust that would be there is going to be gone by Week 1.”
Back from his suspension, Lane Johnson is confident Eagles will end five-game losing streak against Washington.
Former GM says it was tough walking out of that building, leaving behind "a lot of really good people there."
The defense is clearly deeper, but that doesn't mean all the questions are resolved. And the jury remains out on the offense after the turnover at wide receiver.
"I just want to be healthy this year,” Reed, whose toe injury is improving, said Sunday.
Rookie Samaje Perine showed off some physical running Sunday, while inside linebacker remains a hotly contested position.
The team’s top talent evaluator is impressed by the defense, counting on Kirk Cousins to carry the offense and thinks the overall talent level is the best it's been in years.
Pete Robertson, who started the season as an inside linebacker, worked with the outside linebackers during Saturday's practice.
As the list of ailing grows, Washington received some good news on Su’a Cravens.
The outside linebacker was injured on the third defensive series of Thursday night's preseason opener.