Will former Redskins RB Morris experience a career revival in Dallas? | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Will the real Alfred Morris be revealed in 2016? Or did we see him in 2014 and 2015?
Need to Know: Will McCloughan look to deal the Redskins’ top pick? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, March 22, 37 days before the NFL Draft. I’m changing around the Need to Know format a bit. There may be some more tweaks in the coming days and weeks; your comments are welcome. Timeline —The Redskins last played a game 72 days ago.
GM Scot McCloughan wants Washington Redskins to add four more picks - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Washington has had good drafts the past two years, and the plan is to focus on the draft again this offseason.
Redskins stayed quiet in free agency, eyeing future deals for own guys - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The Redskins admit they have kept a strong eye on their own free agents in 2017, which has led to a more prudent approach this offseason.
Akey: "Technique Is What We Need To Be Great At"
Defensive Line Coach Robb Akey joins Redskins Nation to talk about Ricky Jean Francois, his philosophy on the Defensive Line, and how technique is impacted by fatigue.
With Junior Galette, Scot McCloughan Believes 'It's Going To Be A Good Thing'
Linebacker Junior Galette is back with the Redskins and general manager Scot McCloughan knows he's hungry to return in 2016.
The NFL could be headed to China in a couple of years. For a regular-season game, no less.
From Yahoo Sports: If you like "Hard Knocks," it sounds like the NFL is trying out the regular-season version of the popular HBO show.
Scot McCloughan checks in on Redskins Nation from NFL owners meetings.
Former Redskins Quarterback Joe Theismann joins Redskins Nation with Larry Micheal to talk about the development of Kirk Cousins and the impact the recent signings will have on next years team.
While the 2015 Washington Redskins team made the playoffs, the franchise still has a ways to go before the rebuild is complete...
The NFL owners will vote on 19 proposals in Florida, including one that would result in players being ejected if penalized twice for certain types of unsportsmanlike conduct. The Redskins submitted three proposals, one of which would expand replay.