2015 draft picks: Washington Redskins - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The Washington Redskins were not awarded any compensatory picks, so they'll have seven selections in the 2015 NFL draft. Here's a breakdown:
Washington Redskins open to drafting QB with No. 5 overall pick, GM Scot McCloughan says - ESPN
Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan acknowledged Tuesday that he would draft the best available player with the fifth overall pick -- even if it means taking a quarterback.
Andrus Peat Works Position Drills At Pro Day
All-American offensive lineman Andrus Peat -- who has been linked to the Redskins in mock drafts -- was among the prospects who participated in the school's pro day this week.
Washington Redskins wake-up call - ESPN
PHOENIX -- It’s the last day of the owners meetings (back to reality Thursday), but there is still enough going on in the desert. And it starts
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, March 25, 36 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 ...
While the Washington Redskins didn't intend to go all defense in free agency, the market allowed that to happen.
New Washington Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan wants to see the team's quarterbacks in action.
DeSean Jackson had 56 receptions w/ 1169 yards receiving & 6 TDS with 3 different qb's passing him the ball in 2014. CLICK TO WATCH
McCloughan, speaking to reporters at the owners' meetings, reaffirmed his strategy to draft the best player available when the Redskins are on the clock — and that includes Mariota, the Heisman Trophy winner.
Longtime Redskins linebacker and Hall of Famer Chris Hanburger was in Canton, Ohio, Monday as part of the "Heart of a Hall of Famer" character series.
The Redskins are still in the process of making a decision that will have a big effect on the future of Robert Griffin III in Washington.
Sometimes it was just a text, other times a phone call early in the morning. Jay Gruden's former boss in Cincinnati would check in on him.
The Redskins have lost yet another member of their draft class to 2011 to free agency.
New Redskins defensive coordinator is a fun, personable guy. To a certain extent, according to his former boss.
Former Redskins defensive end Stephen Bowen has found a new home right near, well, home.
Here's five takeaways from Redskins head coach Jay Gruden's media session at the NFL Owner's Meetings in Phoenix on Monday.