Still a lot of questions surrounding the Redskins. So in Part 1 of the Redskins mailbag, the focus is on expectations for 2014, potential targets, defensive end play, and Aldrick Robinson's role.
His versatility could make him attractive to the Redskins.
John Keim takes a look at Mel Kiper Jr.'s Redskins' draft selections, and he adds his take on those picks.
Taking a look at positions that have been impacted by free agency or areas the Washington Redskins still need to address. Today: Receivers.
There's a chance Williams could slide to No. 5 and the Redskins are doing their due diligence.
There's plenty to like and dislike about this potential second-round lineman, who tore his ACL in a bowl game.
McCloughan's drafts helped provide San Francisco with the core of a team that reached consecutive NFC Championship Games.
Mel Kiper Jr. plays GM for all 32 NFL teams, making his optimal picks for the first three rounds of the 2015 NFL draft -- 99 picks in total.
Place-kicker Kai Forbath signed his tender offer, worth $1.54 million, to return to the Washington Redskins.
La'El Collins could start at right tackle or guard for the Redskins, but he's not a top-10 talent.
Top pass-rushers will be prized commodities on draft night.
John Keim talks about how the team can help Robert Griffin III become more successful pocket passer.
Adam Schefter answers draft-related questions from his mailbag, including which team is most likely to trade up for Marcus Mariota.
The Redskins bring back the same trio of quarterbacks they had last season; can they get more from the position this year?
In regrading the 2012 NFL draft, Todd McShay and Bill Polian say the that jury is still out on Washington Redskins QB Robert Griffin III.
Offensive tackle would be a nice complement on the right side to left tackle Trent Williams.