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While some may think that the Redskins need to switch to a 4-3 defense, one thing remains clear: a talent upgrade is needed, especially up front.
The former Lions and Redskins offensive lineman will be considered by the Seniors Committee along with Ken Stabler.
One of three Redskins to start in all three Super Bowl victories, offensive tackle Joe Jacoby waits for his nod into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Either Tyler Polumbus or Graham Gano, both of whom were let go by the Redskins, will be part of the Super Bowl champs.
Kicker Dustin Hopkins was one of the Redskins' most underrated signings, but they need to improve dramatically on punt returns.
While Kirk Cousins was in London to promote next season's Redskins-Bengals game, he stopped by Sky Sports to play a game involving his famous phrase.
Luck, Griffin will be in headlines again
Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III dominated news coverage during the 2012 draft and their rookie seasons. Both QBs will be in the news again this offseason, but for very different reasons. Schefter: Offseason storylines
Cutting Dashon Goldson would save the Washington Redskins $8 million.
Redskins' grade holds steady
Washington earned high marks from Mike Sando for its work last offseason, which helped push the team into the playoffs. As a result, the Redskins hold on to their A-minus. 2015 offseason re-grade (Insider)
While Washington's passing game thrived with Jordan Reed, the team still lacks depth and blocking ability at the tight end position.
Both Johnny Manziel and Robert Griffin III have flaws that need fixing, but at least RG III's are limited to his performance on the field.
Time for Washington to add youth
Washington's defensive front is in need of an influx of youth. Todd McShay has the Redskins addressing the need by selecting Jarran Reed, one of the best run-stuffing defensive linemen in this draft. Mock Draft 2.0 (Insider)
Washington is 40-1 to win Super Bowl LI
John Keim thinks that's about right for Jay Gruden's club, although he wonders about a few teams being ranked too highly. Washington is still well behind Dallas in the NFC East. Every team's odds
Alabama's Jarran Reed is a traditional run-stuffing interior defensive lineman, which makes some sense for the Redskins.
Perry Riley has ability and, when paired with Keenan Robinson inside, has played well. But there's a cheaper alternative already on the roster.
The Washington secondary was held together by stop-gap veterans this past season, a situation the team can avoid by continuing to add young talent.
Ziggy Hood, a former first-round draft pick, signed a one-year deal with Washington on Tuesday.
The Redskins' Kory Lichtensteiger is well-suited for a zone-blocking scheme, but he's struggled against bigger interior players.
Knocked off the No. 1 slot receiver spot by Jamison Crowder, Andre Roberts may find his roster spot in Washington in jeopardy this offseason.
While Washington would like to re-sign Kirk Cousins, GM Scot McCloughan said the team will have to be prudent with its spending.
John Keim ESPN Staff Writer
The Redskins have signed veteran defensive end Ziggy Hood, as first reported by @granthpaulsen. Hood provides the Redskins depth along the line, especially with end Jason Hatcher possibly retiring and with no guarantee that end/nose tackle Kedric Golston will return.
Report: Hatcher yet to decide on future
Washington GM Scot McCloughan told CSN Mid-Atlantic the team has yet to hear from DE Jason Hatcher about a decision on his potential retirement. NFL rumors roundup
|2(6)||Preston Smith||DE||Mississippi State|
|6(5)||Kyshoen Jarrett||S||Virginia Tech|
|6(11)||Evan Spencer||WR||Ohio State|
|7(5)||Austin Reiter||C||South Florida|