Redskins Draft Countdown: Alabama S Landon Collins | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Potential issues: He’s a question mark in coverage and he has some technique issues to clean up (as does virtually every player coming out of college). And although he’s not small by any means, Scot McCloughan likely would want a bigger strong safety manning the middle of the field for the better part of the next decade. But the big issue with Collins is if the Redskins can will the trigger on drafting him.
Dave Ragone On Redskins Coaching Staff
The Redskins new offensive quality control coach, Dave Ragone, talks about the Redskins coaching staff.
Redskins Roster Reset: Defensive line | Comcast SportsNet Washington
2015 Outlook: If you're still not sure what General Manager Scot McCloughan considered to be his team's most pressing need, consider this: three of his five free agent signings have been defensive linemen. And, on paper, the retooled unit appears better suited to what new defensive coordinator Joe Barry hopes to accomplish.
Brian Orakpo talks RG3, his departure from D.C. | Comcast SportsNet Washington
“The only thing I’ve told Griff is to just continue to be himself,” Orakpo said Wednesday on SiriusXM NFL Radio’s Movin’ the Chains. “You can’t appease everybody. Everybody is going to think of you as one way. But you really know who you are.”
Gruden sees plenty of options at running back for Redskins | Comcast SportsNet Washington
The Redskins are going to need to replace running back Roy Helu Jr., who played over 900 snaps on offense in the last to seasons combined. Helu recently signed with the Raiders as a free agent and his third down and relief back role will need to be filled.
Need to Know: What is Alfred Morris’ future with the Redskins? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
We don’t know what Scot McCloughan thinks of Alfred Morris, who has played in the last two Pro Bowls. The GM has had very little media availability since coming to the Redskins in early January and Morris is not a topic that has come up.
Washington Redskins contract breakdown: Jeron Johnson - ESPN
The Redskins signed Johnson to a two-year contract Monday, but the true value of it is less than it first appeared (as is always the case). He did receive a $350,000 signing bonus, but that’s the only guaranteed money in the deal. And the total package includes $1.8 million in not likely to be earned incentives, according to ESPN Stats & Information.
Revisiting the Washington Redskins' unrestricted free agents - ESPN
The Washington Redskins entered free agency with 11 unrestricted free agents and, while Scot McCloughan's goal is to eventually retain their own, this wasn't the class to accomplish that goal. They've re-signed one of the 11 and there's a chance only two will return. In the future, that will be a bad sign; for now, it's (mostly) about saying goodbye to players who did not help them win.
Colt McCoy’s in, so who’s out in Washington? « CBS DC
Does the Washington Redskins’ re-signing of quarterback Colt McCoy mean Oregon passer Marcus Mariota is coming or Robert Griffin III or Kirk Cousins are leaving? Does it mean anything other than the Redskins needed a third arm?
Jeron Johnson's Redskins deal gives him plenty of incentive | Comcast SportsNet Washington
If Jeron Johnson starts at safety for the Redskins, or even if he doesn’t, the team will get a good deal on his contract.