Adrian Peterson will be joined in the backfield by 2018 second-round pick Derrius Guice and all-around back Chris Thompson, among others.

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Four questions for the offense ahead of the start of training camp next month.

Adrian Peterson will be joined in the backfield by 2018 second-round pick Derrius Guice and all-around back Chris Thompson, among others.

The ninth pick of the 2015 draft struggled with the New York Giants, but Washington hopes a position change will suit him well.


Larry Brown went from an eighth-round pick to an MVP.

Washington's rookie quarterback has impressed, while the absence of Trent Williams looms large.

The Washington Redskins' left tackle is undergoing a small procedure to fix the scar from surgery he had recently on his scalp.

  • Perspective

For Washington to be any good, it’ll need to rely on defense — but that just might work.

The Redskins safety, whose misdemeanor assault charges were dropped last month, hopes to earn a starting spot opposite Landon Collins.

The pass rushing linebacker whom the Redskins drafted in the first round has already impressed a tight and demanding group.

Cornerback challenges rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins on the field, bristles at criticism off it.

Redskins minicamp has become a competition between the old man and the unproven youngster.

  • Perspective

Star left tackle has been a steady voice through tumultuous seasons in Ashburn; on Wednesday he became focus of latest controversy.

Asked if he thought star left tackle will be back, Coach Jay Gruden says, “I sure hope so.”

Mason Foster is 15 pounds lighter as Washington's linebackers look for a new energy.

At the first day of mandatory minicamp, Washington showed an increased willingness to throw deep.

Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith continues to have a long road of recovery ahead of him, despite photos of throwing the ball at organized team activities last week.

The seven-time Pro Bowl left tackle has two seasons remaining on a five-year, $66 million deal.

Redskins linebacker will miss the entirety of this year but should be back before the 2020 season.

There is a 60-percent chance the Redskins win six or fewer games in 2019.

The former first-round pick says he loves the game more as he reaches the middle of his career, and understands expectations are high in the final year of his contract: "Obviously, I have to bring it."

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