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The Redskins weighed the risks and decided to pick up RG III's fifth-year option, giving them control of the quarterback through the 2016 season.
Our ESPN NFL Nation reporters played general manager for the teams they cover and executed a first-round mock draft. Here are the results.
Chris Mortensen reacts to the news that the Redskins will exercise their fifth-year option on QB Robert Griffin's contract, which will keep him under Washington's contractual control through the 2016 season.
Redskins reporter John Keim breaks down his first-round selection.
The Redskins will exercise their fifth-year option on Robert Griffin III's contract, a move that will keep the star quarterback under Washington's contractual control through the 2016 season.
The Redskins must decide by May 3 whether to pick up the fifth-year option on QB Robert Griffin III.
There's a moderate chance the Redskins select Missouri defensive end Shane Ray with the No. 5 overall pick.
With the NFL draft three days away, Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan will address the media Monday.
The upcoming NFL draft could help determine what the future holds for Robert Griffin III as the Washington Redskins' starting quarterback.
The latest Redskins mailbag digs deep into draft discussion as the big event nears.
The only two quarterbacks anyone seems to like in the first round should be gone by the time Washington picks at 5.
According to Variety, BET will be the home for a new reality show on Washington Redskins receiver DeSean Jackson.
Analyst's picks provide help for pass rush, offensive line and at running back.
The good news for Darrel Young is that Bill Callahan likes fullbacks. But that doesn't mean Young will become a bigger part of the Redskins' offense,
Several options could offer roster depth in middle rounds next week.