Redskins focused on present, not future, at midpoint of season - Washington Times
Around the NFL, there are plenty of subpar teams that have come to grips with their current situation. The 1-6 New York Jets and the 0-7 Miami Dolphins both traded away key players Monday, a day ahead of the league's trade deadline.
If Redskins do make trades, what positions should draft picks target? | NBC Sports Washington
The NFL Trade Deadline hits at 4 p.m. and there are many scenarios where the Redskins could be selling off assets. Should that happen, it's assumed the team would gain additional draft picks in 2020.
Two playmakers the Redskins could ask for from the Browns in a Trent Williams trade | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins are more open to trading Trent Williams, and if they do a deal with the Browns, Cleveland has some interesting playmakers Washington could ask for. Here are two such names.
Report: Redskins are open to trading Trent Williams before the trade deadline | NBC Sports Washington
After reportedly irritating teams by not listening on trade offers for disgruntled left tackle Trent Williams, the Redskins have changed course and are seeking suitors for a potential deal.
Redskins’ QB situation still a disaster, two years after Kirk Cousins - The Washington Post
As a group, Washington’s quarterbacks have produced a 79.3 passer rating since Cousins left, the fourth-worst mark in the NFL.
Exclusive: Bill Callahan addresses offensive struggles and QB plan for the future | NBC Sports Washington
Redskins head coach Bill Callahan sat down with NBC Sports Washington's JP Finlay to discuss the team's offensive struggles and gave an update on the QB situation.
At halfway point of 2019, Redskins on pace for 3rd pick in 2020 Draft. Who could they get? | NBC Sports Washington
If the season ended today, the Redskins would land the third pick of the 2020 NFL Draft. And with two QB needy teams in front of them, that could mean the Redskins get their pick of a number of talented players.
Bill Callahan on Dwayne Haskins: ‘He needs a little bit more work’ | NBC Sports Washington
Redskins interim head coach Bill Callahan wants rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins to learn from his veteran teammates before he’s named the team’s starting signal caller.