2016 IN REVIEW | By trying to get by with cheap free agents, and without a nose tackle, Washington’s defensive line was one of the team's weak points.

From coordinator candidates to play-calling issues and Kirk Cousins, there is no shortage of topics to discuss in this week's mailbag.

It's the first known interview for the Redskins' vacant defensive coordinator position.

CSN Mid-Atlantic ends partnership with Ravens

Network is dedicating more coverage to its primary team partners.

Daniel Snyder among guests at one of the glitziest events during Donald Trump’s inaugural week

Would a Washington dinner really be complete without a side order of Redskins?

New Rams Coach Sean McVay isn’t finished praising Kirk Cousins

The former Redskins coordinator still backs Washington's quarterback, says “his résumé speaks for itself.”

When the Redskins fired Joe Barry last week, Blackmon wasn’t surprised. It wasn’t that Blackmon viewed Barry as a poor coach. He just knows the league, and how frequently things change.

Today, we start our position-by-position review of the 2016 season, and also preview the 2017 offseason. First up, offensive line.

The inside linebacker and defensive captain is confident he'll return in 2017 following his first full season as a starter.

The 6-foot-3, 335-pound Taylor, a Clinton, Md., native, had his best NFL season in 2011 when he recorded 59 tackles and four sacks.

Wilks has worked with the Panthers since 2012 and helped develop Josh Norman.

Once they do hire that coach and his staff, the Redskins still have a lot of work to do to fix this defense and as a whole improve from 8-7-1 and return to the playoffs.

Redskins place kicker Dustin Hopkins didn't finish the season as well as he started it in 2016.

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