Redskins still in quarterback market despite trading for Case Keenum - The Washington Post
Washington is happy to have Keenum and Colt McCoy competing for the starting job, but that doesn't mean the team is done adding to the position.
What's next for the Redskins at linebacker after releasing Zach Brown | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins lost two starting linebackers in Preston Smith and Zach Brown. The hope with Smith's scenario involves Ryan Anderson stepping up in his third season while Brown's release went beyond the obvious.
The Landon Collins-Derrius Guice rivalry in high school was very one-sided | NBC Sports Washington
Landon Collins and Derrius Guice are teammates now, but they were foes back in high school. By the sound of it, though, one got the better of the other in every matchup.
Redskins fans should love Landon Collins | 106.7 The Fan
The Redskins needed someone with options to choose them. Landon Collins' affection for the franchise will be infectious, Rick Snider writes.
Landon Collins chats with JP Finlay about what sold him on making D.C. home | NBC Sports Washington
Landon Collins chats with Redskins Insider JP Finlay on what sold him on choosing the Redskins, linking up with his former teammates from Alabama, and
Snyder presents safety Collins with Taylor jersey
The Redskins' newest safety, Landon Collins, recalled in his introductory news conference how his emotions took over when owner Dan Snyder presented him with an autographed game-worn Sean Taylor jersey.
Five Fast Facts: Safety Landon Collins
The Washington Redskins bolstered their secondary in a big way Thursday, signing free agent All-Pro safety Landon Collins. Learn about the team's newest defensive back with these five fast facts.
With Case Keenum and Landon Collins on the roster, what's next for the Redskins? | NBC Sports Washington
Safety has been addressed. Quarterback, to a certain extent, has been addressed. So, what positions and players do the Redskins need now? JP Finlay examines.
Redskins Sign Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie; Can he Play Safety??
The Washington Redskins signed veteran defensive back Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie on Friday. Cromartie will turn 33 before the season starts...this should be viewed as a depth signing.
Redskins Sign Safety Landon Collins
Collins is a four-year NFL veteran who entered the league as a second round selection, No. 33 overall pick by the New York Giants in the 2015 NFL Draft.