'Not Once' Did Robert Kelley Look Out Of Place In Starting Lineup
Redskins head coach Jay Gruden continued to highlight the positives of running back Robert Kelley at the NFL League Meetings, stating the 24-year-old is on track to be a "good back."
Re-grading Washington Redskins' 2016 rookie class leads to lower mark - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The production the Redskins got from 2016 draft class lead to a lackluster grade, but there's plenty of opportunity to turn that around next season.
One-year deals could help Redskins now, lead to tough decisions later - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
With 22 players who can become unrestricted free agents next offseason, including QB Kirk Cousins, the Redskins are in a precarious position.
Remembering Jack Kent Cooke 20 Years Later " CBS DC
Rick Snider has a conversation with the late Jack Kent Cooke.
Closer look at the Redskins offensive line
A pre-draft look at the options the Redskins currently have along their offensive line
Todd McShay, Mel Kiper agree: Redskins should take RB, add help on D - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The Redskins could use a dynamic back to complement Rob Kelley, and they definitely should use some of their picks to build a line and depth on D.
Redskins will have 11 key players going into the final year of their contracts | CSN Mid-Atlantic
The Redskins have a lot of potential 2018 fee agents and 11 of them cold be considered important players.
Tecmo Super Bowl gunning for resurgence with esports
Tecmo Madison is hoping the esports boom fuels a Tecmo Super Bowl expansion, and even Bo Jackson's Give Me a Chance Foundation has become a sponsor.
Redskins sign offensive lineman John Kling, who's as tall as Ty Nsekhe | CSN Mid-Atlantic
On Thursday afternoon, the Redskins announced they had signed offensive lineman John Kling. Kling is large, and has a perfect Twitter name to match his size.
Redskins didn't sign a big-name DT, but think they got two good ones for the price - Washington Times
After it became clear Washington wouldn't land DT Calais Campbell, they settled on Terrell McClain and Stacy McGee, two players Jay Gruden thinks are hitting their peak.