Need to Know: How much cap space do the Redskins need to sign their draft picks? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, March 17, 44 days before the Washington Redskins go on the clock at the NFL draft. Question of the day A few days a week I’ll give an in-depth answer to a question submitted by a fan on my Twitter feed, via the Real Redskins Facebook page, or in...
Revisiting the Washington Redskins' 2011 NFL draft class - ESPN
In 2011, the Redskins, through trades, turned six picks into 12 and hoped the class would provide a strong base. Just how has the class turned out?
Five Words: Father’s Lesson Inspires Kirk Cousins
Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins grew up learning about how to be tested mentally in several sports, in large part due to one lesson his father passed on to him.
Analyzing the Washington Redskins' safety situation - ESPN
After the signing of strong safety Jeron Johnson, here's where things stand for the Washington Redskins at safety:
It might not be accurate to say that he walks into a starting job with the Redskins. If he is playing strong safety, which seems likely based on what we have heard from Seattle, he will have to beat out Duke Ihenacho, who has started at the position in the Super Bowl a couple of years ago, and Phillip Thomas, who has been viewed as a possible starter at times by the organization.
Niles Paul was on Sirius XM Radio this past weekend where he mentioned Robert Griffin III is going to host an informal passing camp for the third time in four seasons.
Redskins defensive lineman Chris Baker tied the knot over the weekend and caught up with a few current and former teammates during the reception.
Chris Borland is retiring because he concluded the risks of playing football outweighed the benefits, a decision he said he came to after studying brain injuries, concussions and the potential effects of playing football.