Need to Know: Five players who are wild cards for the 2018 Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: These Redskins could hold the key to the 2018 season and it's hard to predict what the team will get out of them.
The Redskins are truly a wild card heading into 2018 | NBC Sports Washington
The 2018 Redskins would love to improve upon their 2017 record, but it's impossible to tell whether that will actually play out on the field.
Redskins have invested in running backs, but the investments haven't paid off | NBC Sports Washington
A popular misconception exists that the Redskins need to invest in the running back position to run the ball better. It's not correct. They've invested plenty at the position, it just hasn't worked.
Is the Redskins’ starter at left guard already on the roster? | NBC Sports Washington
As of right now, a player the Redskins cut last September is at the top of their depth chart at left guard. Could it stay that way?
Rob Kelley's Haircut Highlights A Fresh Slate After An Injury-Filled Year
Following a season in which he missed nine games, running back Rob Kelley had an eventful offseason, starting with a haircut and later becoming a father. He hopes an improved focus on his body will help him excel in 2018.
PHOTOS: 2018 Redskins Offseason Workouts: Phase 1, Day 3
Check out photos of the Washington Redskins participating in the third day of Phase 1 workouts on Wednesday, April 18, 2018, at the Inova Sports Peformance Center At Redskins Park in Loudoun County, Va.
Anthony Lanier II Working To Improve Overall Game
While Anthony Lanier II flashed during the 2017 season with five sacks between Weeks 11-15, the defensive lineman wants to increase his productivity in 2018.
The NFL fills in the blanks on the Redskins' schedule Thursday night | NBC Sports Washington
Since the 2017 regular ended we’ve known who the Redskins will play this coming season and we have known where the games will be played. Tonight we find out the when.
NFL agent poll: Redskins, Bruce Allen rank low on preparedness, trust
Bengals and owner Mike Brown also grade out poorly (along with the NFLPA's DeMaurice Smith and the CBA) in USA TODAY Sports' poll of 25 NFL agents about various league topics.