Will Blackmon, Redskins' 'Jack Of All Trades'
Re-joining the Redskins after a surprise 2015 season, veteran cornerback Will Blackmon could extend his duties on defense past just playing on the outside in 2016.
Improving from within: Redskins who can step up in 2016 | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Improving from within: The Redskins will bring in a lot of new players but they can also get better with some improved play by some already on the team.
Redskins 2016 draft possibilities: Running back | CSN Mid-Atlantic
If the Redskins address their need at running back in the draft, which prospect should they take?
Redskins' dwindling cap space still allows for moves, signing picks - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The Washington Redskins have mostly stuck to seeking bargains in free agency, and hope to use their remaining cap space to improve their future.
Need to Know: How big a need is cornerback for the Redskins? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, April 5, 23 days before the NFL Draft. Timeline —The Redskins last played a game 86 days ago. It will be about 159 days until they play another one.
Redskins Balance Roster Between Long-Term Deals, Prove-It Situations
While the Redskins would like to lock up all the players they want around for the future, Scot McCloughan also understands the importance and impact of one-year deals.
With Vernon Davis In The Mix, Niles Paul Is Ready For The Competition
When the Redskins signed tight end Vernon Davis last week, it would have been easy for Niles Paul to be discouraged. Instead, he's treating it like just another challenge.
From Yahoo Sports: Twitter has won the right to stream Thursday night NFL games this season, giving fans another medium to watch the sport online.
The "Path to the Draft" crew takes a look at some of the most explosive wide receivers and defensive linemen in the 2016 draft class.
Former NFL Scouts Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks give you their can't-miss defensive tackle prospects heading into the 2016 NFL Draft.