Need to Know: Is a Redskins trade down from pick No. 5 inevitable? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, April 28, two days before the Washington Redskins go on the clock at the NFL draft. McCloughan talks trade down Is a trade down from the fifth pick in the draft inevitable? Perhaps that’s too strong a word, but my big takeaway coming out of S...
Will the Browns be serious bidders for the Redskins’ top pick? | Comcast SportsNet Washington
According to a report, the Browns have reached out to the Redskins to talk about trading for the fifth pick in the draft. Are they serious bidders?
Michael Hill Hoping Redskins Solve Winding Journey
The Missouri Western State product refuses to let his constant movement across the NFL get to him, as a positive attitude and pride in his talents have landed him with the Redskins.
Redskins Will Pick-up 2016 Option on Robert Griffin III
Scot McCloughan announced at his presser today that the team will pick up the 2016.....
The phones are open, but it appears there are few suitors for Redskins backup quarterback Kirk Cousins. Washington GM Scot McCloughan revealed as much Monday during a pre-draft press conference at the team's headquarters.
From Yahoo Sports: Missouri DE-OLB Shane Ray, a possible top-10 pick, was reportedly arrested for possession of marijuana Monday morning.
The Redskins need to keep improving the pass rush, and should be able to address that with their No. 5 overall pick. Safety has been an issue for a while. As for quarterback, regardless of whether the Redskins picked up Robert Griffin III's fifth-year option, they have to at least consider available draft options at that spot.
Redskins General Manager Scot McCloughan talks to Larry Michael about the team's confidence level heading into the 2015 NFL Draft.
Arizona State wide receiver Jaelen Strong has a physical presence on the field, but says he enjoys gaining an edge mentally in the film room.
Quarterback development in the NFL is like trying to flash-fry something; you either get deliciously seared-in flavor, or a burnt piece of crap. - Former NFL scout and current consultant to over a dozen teams. The decision to start a rookie quarterback as the rule rather than the exception confounds me. I'd like to see…