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Landon Collins provides Redskins what they've long needed - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Washington hopes the young safety finally ends its search for a physical presence in the secondary and a strong voice in the locker room.

Landon Collins Full Contract Details/Yearly Breakdown | Redskins Free Agency 2019 - YouTube
Taking a looking at the Landon Collins I thought, it wasn't as bad as what it looked like on the surface originally.

Jamison Crowder reportedly signs with the Jets after four seasons with Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
After four years with the Washington Redskins, a new team is adding slot WR Jamison Crowder.

D.C. Sports Live Fresh Take: What's the Redskins' next move in free agency? | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins made a splash Monday as they're reportedly signing safety Landon Collins to a six-year deal.

Josh Norman takes a shot at Giants GM after Landon Collins news | NBC Sports Washington
Josh Norman took to Twitter Monday upon hearing the news that the Redskins signed safety Landon Collins to deliver a juicy shot toward New York's GM.

Preston Smith signing four-year deal with Green Bay Packers, according to report | NBC Sports Washington
Linebacker Preston Smith is moving on from the Redskins.

Is CJ Mosley really worth double Zach Brown? Redskins' actions might show the answer | NBC Sports Washington
Add it all up, and maybe sitting out the high prices at inside linebacker isn’t the worst idea, a position that isn’t a dire need in Ashburn.

2019 NFL Draft: Why early off-season movement has Redskins' pass rushing hopes living on the edge | NBC Sports Washington
Ben Standig’s latest look at how activity around the NFL affects the Redskins in April’s draft includes Preston Smith becoming a cheesehead, the Lions landing a pass rusher, the Jets spending wildly and the Dolphins focused on 2020.