Terrance Knighton, Stephen Paea hope to make big impact on Redskins' defensive line - Washington Times
The Redskins signed three defensive lineman this winter, including former Broncos nose tackle Terrance Knighton. The moves complement a change in philosophy along the defensive line.
LOVERRO: DeSean Jackson looking out for 'Home Team' with recent absence - Washington Times
A year ago, Jackson said that "championships are won" because of near-perfect attendance at voluntary offseason workouts. His absence this week, undoubtedly tied to his TV show, shows how invested he is in the team.
Alfred Morris Confident In Downhill Ability
As the Redskins look to implement more power runs into their scheme, running back Alfred Morris says that style is one in which he can thrive.
Chris Culliver Talks About New Secondary
Washington Redskins Cornerback Chris Culliver talks about new look secondary.
Inside the numbers: Washington Redskins offensive stats don't add up - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The Redskins are turning to a running game, but the numbers suggest the way to win is through the air, and by holding on to the ball.
PHOTOS: Intensity Picks Up During OTAs
Check out images from the Washington Redskins' OTA practice on Thursday, May 28, 2015, at Redskins Park in Loudoun County, Va.
Kyshoen Jarrett Ready To Use His 'Beamerball' Mentality
Safety Kyshoen Jarrett hopes his Virginia Tech days playing under head coach Frank Beamer help with his special teams mentality.
Need to Know: Should the Redskins have run more on third and short? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Friday, May 29, 18 days before the Redskins hold their minicamp. (I'm out on vacation this week. I'll be bringing back some of the more popular and talked about posts from the past.
Jamison Crowder, Matt Jones Attending NFLPA Rookie Premiere
Rookies Jamison Crowder and Matt Jones are in Los Angeles for the 21st annual NFLPA Rookie Premiere.
With healthy Jason Hatcher, additions, Washington Redskins optimistic - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Team believes pass rush, which struggled last season, will get a boost from new players added in draft and free agency.
A fresh look at the Redskins’ offense: Week 2 against the Jaguars - The Washington Post
The Redskins' offense put up 41 points, the most they would score in a game all season.
Redskins see secondary as drastically improved unit - The Washington Post
When Washington entered the offseason, the secondary represented one of the weakest areas on the roster.
Some Uniform Notes From The First Week Of OTAs
From bright visors to camo gear to new facemasks, check out some of what the players were wearing during the first week of OTAs.