The Washington Post

With no general manager at the helm, Washington's pre-draft evaluations have continued without a hitch entering the final month of preparations.

Confident in their draft-day preparations, Washington expects to wait until May to fill general manager vacancy.

Seven months after a football injury left him paralyzed, Georgetown linebacker Ty Williams remains determined to walk again

Speaking at a heart health event, Joe Theismann, Doug Williams and Mark Rypien get the current Washington quarterback's back.

The current and former Redskins wide receivers will be honored during the seventh annual Washington Football Legends Scholarship Gala.

Redskins one of several on staff who worked previously for Tampa Bay, where Washington faces its final regular-season tuneup.

Gruden said that Griffin needs to learn how to tune out outside criticism, and the coach believes that Williams will help the quarterback grow and do this.

It may be the offseason, but there’s nothing quiet about it.

Redskins personnel executive Doug Williams said Missouri defensive lineman Michael Sam should be commended for the courage he displayed when he announced on Sunday that he is gay.

Newly hired Redskins personnel executive Doug Williams is excited about his role and return to the team for which he won Super Bowl MVP honors 25 seasons ago.

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