Su'a Cravens Showing Athleticism In Return To Safety
Active in the defensive backfield so far during OTAs, 2016 second-round pick Su'a Cravens has been around the ball during unit drills at practices as he nails down some of the nuances of being back at safety.
Need to Know: Redskins' Kelley will be able to focus on finer points, not on making the team | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Need to Know: Tandler catches up after vacation including a different world for Rob Kelley and Maurice Harris and Ryan Anderson's weight.
Redskins Playbook: Does a pursuit of Jeremy Maclin make sense? | CSN Mid-Atlantic
The Chiefs released veteran WR Jeremy Maclin over the weekend. While receiver isn't a position of need, might it make sense for the Redskins to go after Maclin?
Josh Norman among Washington Redskins defenders adapting to changes - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The Redskins' defense might have up to seven new starters this season. They could be much better, but it also could take time.
Is a better red zone running game the solution to the Redskins’ scoring woes? | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Would better running in the red zone help the Redskins make the most of their high-powered offense?
How big a deal are off-season workouts to players? A Redskin responds | CSN Mid-Atlantic
On the heels of major injuries at Ravens off-season practices, a Redskin weighed in on how important they are.
A big difference between Jay and Jon Gruden, according to someone who knows them both | CSN Mid-Atlantic
A Redskins assistant coach who played for Jon Gruden and works with Jay Gruden sees a bunch of similarities and one key disparity between the two coaches.
Isaiah Williams Is Feeling Adjusted After Trip To Houston
After joining the team in training camp last year, tackle Isaiah Williams is growing more confident with a full offseason with the Redskins, which included a visit to Houston with Trent Williams.
Which athletes in D.C. could drop their sport today and become a star in a different sport?
Robert Kelley was dead set on making the Redskins last season, but this year, he's turning his attention on improving his skills.
JP Finlay lists three players who he thinks will make a bigger impact than most expect for the Redskins, including an undrafted wideout from Maryland.
Last year, Rob Kelley was unknown and trying to make the roster. This year, he's the No. 1 back, and Jay Gruden is impressed with his improvements.
Entering his fourth year in the league, Matt Hazel has enjoyed reconvening with his former college teammate Josh Norman and working with wide receivers coach Ike Hilliard.
The Redskins have plenty of talent - guys like Josh Norman, Jordan Reed and Trent Williams - but all three come with a hefty price tag. Where are the biggest bargains on the roster?
One surprising stat shows that Bashaud Breeland may be better suited for the slot | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Bashaud Breeland is looking to recover from an up-and-down 2016 season, and one stat shows that his recovery may be best served in the slot.
Need to Know: The Redskins week that was—Cousins contract, under the radar players | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Need to Know: A look back at the Redskins' week including a possible Cousins contract and under the radar players
Figuring out where Redskins LB Zach Brown will play might not be so simple | CSN Mid-Atlantic
When the Redskins signed Zach Brown, conventional thought suggested the 2016 Pro Bowler would play weakside linebacker alongside Will Compton. Might be time to rethink that.
Redskins RB depth chart preview: A talented, intriguing unit | CSN Mid-Atlantic
JP Finlay thinks that the Redskins running backs are one of the more interesting groups on the roster.
Closer Look At The Washington Redskins Options At Safety In 2017
The Washington Redskins entered the 2017 off-season looking to strengthen the team’s Achilles heal, their defense that has finished at or near the bottom of the league’s standings the ...