The outlook on the Redskins' quarterbacks depends on Robert Griffin III; he receives the brunt of the scrutiny because of who he is and his past play.
The Redskins want to upgrade the tight end position, though they did very little to do so in the offseason. How does the returning cast size up?
Chris Cooley said doesn't anticipate a team signing him before training camp.
Washington signed undrafted free-agent running back Mack Brown, a college teammate of third-round choice Matt Jones at Florida.
Key to Redskins' pass rush? Taekwondo
Washington hired taekwondo grandmaster Joe Kim to work with players' hands and feet. "It’s a new twist on an old quest," writes John Keim. Unconventional move
Washington hopes grandmaster Joe Kim, who has worked with several NFL teams, can provide techniques that help defenders get to the QB.
The Redskins' secondary will benefit if the pass rush improves the way the team hopes. We've heard that one before so just stay tuned.
Sunday's Washington Redskins mailbag talks about Terrance Knighton's use against spread offenses and training camp sleepers/early cuts.
ESPN NFL Nation Redskins reporter John Keim chats with Sarah Spain and Prim Siripipat about Washington's offseason including why he wonders if Robert Griffin III and Jay Gruden can get on the same page. Plus, he shares his keys for 2015.
This installment of the Washington Redskins mailbag talks about the running game, Chris Cooley's comeback and Robert Griffin III criticism.
Williams, Kerrigan among NFL's best
The Redskins have two stars at premium positions in Bill Barnwell's player rankings. Trent Williams had an off year in 2014, but should bounce back, while Ryan Kerrigan remains vastly underrated. Grantland: NFL top 100
The Redskins say they're going to be committed to the run game -- and they must follow through.
A little explanation of my projected 53-man roster as well as the starting lineup: The big shocker, even for me, was including running back Trey Williams.
Michael Hill was a longshot to make the roster so this wasn't a surprising move.
The Washington Redskins will open training camp July 30th at the Bon Secours facility in Richmond, Virginia. Here's a 53-man roster projection.
Washington opens training camp on July 30 in Richmond, Virginia. Here's a closer look at the Redskins camp, which wraps up on Aug. 16.
Here's a look at the potential starting lineup for this season's Washington Redskins.
My son walked into my office last night, saw what was on TV and laughed. He’s used to me watching games for work, but "Sharknado 3"? That was too much -- and it was for me as well.
The former Washington Redskins Pro Bowl player last saw action in 2012 but says he's in playing shape and feels great.
The Robert Griffin III-Jay Gruden marriage seems destined to fail, so Griffin's best chance to rejuvenate his once-promising career lies outside D.C.
The Cardinals have spoken with tight end Chris Cooley, who has said he wants to make a comeback, and have expressed interest in signing him.
ESPN.com's Mike Sando covers NFL Insiders' opinions about Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady and discusses the playoff performances of Manning and Brady.
The Redskins' receiving corps is a solid group entering the 2015 season, and it could potentially turn into a deep one.
RG III Continues His Slide
Voters were already pessimistic regarding Robert Griffin III in last year's poll, but a rough 2014 season hurt his stock even more. Griffin now stands barely ahead of Josh McCown in our rankings. Risers and fallers (Insider)
|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|
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