The Washington Post

When the Tennessee Titans signed outside linebacker Brian Orakpo away from the Redskins in free agency earlier this month, the team landed a player that coaches see as a well-rounded force and potential locker room leader.

The Brian Orakpo era in Washington has come to an end as the three-time Pro Bowl pass rusher agrees to terms on a contract with the Tennessee Titans, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed.

Mike Jones answers readers' questions about what to expect in free agency.

The linebacker talks about quarterback Robert Griffin III, who he said is respected in the locker room and often misunderstood.

Although his chances of returning to the Redskins continue to seem bleak, free-agent-to-be linebacker hasn’t closed the door on the possibility.

Mike Jones says that a pass-rushing outside linebacker is a priority, but inside linebacker is not.

SEC Defensive Player of Year Shane Ray sidelined by foot injury for Sunday’s NFL Combine, but has plenty to say about what motivates him.

Today marks the first day on which the Redskins and other NFL teams could use the franchise tag on a particular player to avoid losing him to free agency without any sort of compensation.

OFFSEASON QUESTIONS | Outside linebacker failed to justify $11.45 million salary in another season cut short by injury.

A look at how the three prominent pass-rushing linebackers performed this season, and what their futures hold.

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