Perception not meeting reality in free agency conversation around Landon Collins | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins have a hole at safety, and it's possible Landon Collins could hit the open market. Add that all up, and some Redskins fans are drooling over the possibility.
History says maybe the Redskins should think twice about drafting a QB - The Washington Post
Drafting a passer for long-term success has proven nearly impossible for Washington.
Washington Redskins 2018 Season Recap | NFL Analysis | Pro Football Focus
With the NFL season now officially in the books, Pro Football Focus takes a look back at the Washington Redskins' 2018 campaign.
Redskins could use a player like Antonio Brown, but trading for him doesn’t make sense - The Washington Post
The Steelers' star receiver is on the trading block, but his cost and personality are barriers to a deal with Washington.
Matt Waldman’s RSP Film Room No.145: QB Daniel Jones (Duke) – The Rookie Scouting Portfolio (RSP)
NFL tweaks combine rule to let violent offender interview
The NFL does not care about violent offenses as long as a player is good enough. It just wants you to think that it does.
Best Fits For NFL Free Agent Quarterbacks: Where Will Nick Foles, Teddy Bridgewater End Up? – CBS DC
Tyrod Taylor takes care of the football, even though at times that means taking sacks or throwing the ball away. Still, his skill set could be particularly useful for a team like Washington. The team is unsure if Alex Smith will be able to return for the 2019 season, and Colt McCoy didn’t exactly impress in replacing Smith.
NFC free agency fun: Trey Flowers to Eagles? Earl Thomas to ... - NFL.com
With free agency on the horizon, Marc Sessler provides one fun player fit for each NFC team. Could Teddy Bridgewater be the quarterback of the Redskins? How about Trey Flowers joining Philly's ferocious front?
NFL draft 2019: Kyler Murray will face tough questions at combine
Kyler Murray will likely be the main attraction at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis, as teams will wonder about his size and commitment.
Why the 'no gimmick' XFL is different this time and D.C. could reap the rewards | 106.7 The Fan
The XFL comes to D.C. one year from now, re-imagined with none of the gimmicks that doomed the league years earlier. With Pep Hamilton announced as their head coach, here’s a glimpse into the product D.C. sports fans can expect, and why the XFL may be here to stay this time.