Washington is looking to replace Perry Fewell.
Washington has options for solving its need for difference-makers along the defensive line. Here are three, who wil likely command contracts of varying sizes.
Here's a look at which players might leave Washington, and which ones the team should make an effort to keep.
Tampa Bay QB grew up watching the Redskins' deep threat when he played for the Eagles.
Washington missed its chance to commit to quarterback, and now the bill is coming due.
The former Giants running back agrees with Jordan Rodgers.
Bradford Banta departs from Washington to become the Saints' special teams coordinator.
Mike Jones explains how much last offseason cost the franchise, plus gives answers about Jay Gruden's job security and play-calling preferences, and the draft.
The Outsider begins looking at players who will be available in March and fill needs in Washington, starting in the middle of the defensive line.
Redskins quarterback will head back to Atlanta and train during the offseason following his fun weekend in Central Florida for the NFL's showcase.
Trent Williams remains motivated to improve in his prime with his mind focused on his lasting legacy.
Kirk Cousins is thrilled for Rams Coach Sean McVay and looks ahead to working with Matt Cavanaugh now as the offensive coordinator.
Here's a detailed look at two concerns Washington might have about its quarterback's play, which might cause it to hesitate before handing out a large contract.