Redskins begin hosting pre-draft visits with NFL prospects
The Washington Redskins have begun the process of hosting prospects for pre-draft visits, thus far, showing interest in a group of offensive linemen, pass rushers and wide receivers, among others, according to sources and various media reports.
Chris Cooley says RGIII looks like ‘another person’
"It’s unbelievable," Cooley reported. "He’s another person right now. I was like, ‘you’re running unbelievably well.’ It was silly to watch….When you watch him run, you’re like ‘You’re a freak. You’re seriously a freak.’ "
Brian Orakpo wants long-term contract with Redskins - NFL.com
Brian Orakpo was franchise tagged by the Washington Redskins and will make big money in 2014. However, the star pass rusher won't be satisfied until he has a long-term contract.
Jay Gruden On Workouts: ‘So Far, So Good’
Redskins head coach Jay Gruden talks about the status of the team’s offseason workouts program, as well as the team’s key free agent signings in 2014
Need to Know: Five key questions that will impact the Redskins’ draft | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, April 17, 21 days before the NFL draft. Nickel coverage The draft does not happen in a vacuum. Future plans for veteran players impact draft day decisions.
Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson’s path to the NFL wound through gang territory - The Washington Post
The Redskins’ newest wide receiver was raised where gangs were nearby, but that doesn’t tell his whole story.
Re-examining Washington Redskins' needs: offensive line - ESPN
On the fourth day, it's time to take a look at the Redskins' offensive line and whether it's a spot that's been fixed. I took a look at safety, the pa
Jets Add Spark While Giants Get Insurance - NYTimes.com
The Jets signed running back Chris Johnson, adding speed to their backfield, and the Giants picked up Josh Freeman to back up Eli Manning at quarterback.
2014 NFL draft position rankings: Calvin Pryor leads deep safety class | Audibles - SI.com
Remember when the safety position used to be an afterthought? When it was primarily composed of guys running downhill and tackling like rabid hyenas, leaving the true coverage to the cornerbacks? Well, those days are clearly gone, as the NFL moves to more diverse defenses than ever before to cou...