Here are Washington's four 2017 preseason opponents.
Mike Jones and Master Tesfatsion debate the Redskins' draft needs and the pros and cons of taking a running back in the first round.
Washington has plenty of needs of defense, but the Redskins may be best off waiting until later to address them.
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.
Since 1996, Washington's draft picks have been 3 percent worse than expected.
Washington says it will select the best available player, regardless of the team’s clear need for defensive help.
The Pro-Bowl linebacker has some desirable traits that can be enhanced with a little bit of help.
Washington parted ways with some of its key contributors over the last few seasons while attempting to address needs on both sides of the ball.
Mike Jones answers readers' questions about how Washington's newest acquisition will fit into the puzzle, and how the moves thus far could impact draft decisions.
Kirk Cousins’s progression as an intuitive, improvisational quarterback key to better red-zone performance in 2017.
The Washington Redskins have made their most significant defensive acquisition nearly a month into free agency.
Zach Brown was viewed as one of the top inside linebackers heading into free agency, but he remains unsigned nearly a month into the new league year.
The Redskins have plenty of needs to address at the top of the draft. But here's their best bet to add some Kirk Cousins insurance.