Kyle Smith On The Combine Interview Process: "We Try To Get The Kid To Open Up A Little Bit"
Director of college scouting, Kyle Smith, gives his thoughts on the 2019 NFL Combine.
Redskins Interested in Trading for Antonio Brown | My Thoughts - YouTube
According to Adam Schefter, the Washington Redskins are among the top three teams showing interest in trading for Pittsburgh Steelers WR Antonio Brown.
Redskins are meeting with the best QB prospects available, and that includes Kyler Murray | NBC Sports Washington
Washington team president Bruce Allen revealed that the Redskins met with Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray this week during the NFL Scouting Combine.
NFL Draft: Combine questions continue to come in all shapes and sizes | NBC Sports Washington
From the personal to the professional to the physical, the annual NFL Combine is one big event designed to discover answers to all kinds of questions.
Alex Smith's uncertain recovery makes Redskins a QB wild card - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Several QB scenarios make sense for Washington, which could make a splash in the first round, sign a free agent to start or roll with Colt McCoy.
Top WR prospect DK Metcalf really, really likes Jay Gruden | NBC Sports Washington
The wide receiver had some nice things to say about Gruden after the two met during the NFL Combine.
After Another Injury-Filled Year, Uncertainty Looms With Redskins Free Agents
The Redskins still have total trust in their strength and training staffs, but know that improvements must be made as the team sorts out which impending free agents to re-sign.
Five Takeaways: Bruce Allen At The 2019 NFL Combine
Here are five takeaways from team President Bruce Allen during his media session on Friday at the 2019 NFL Combine in Indianapolis.
On the Clock Mock Draft Simulator- Multiple big boards added and updated this week
Trading for Antonio Brown doesn’t make sense for the Redskins | Fanspeak.com
Yes Brown had almost 1,300 yards and 15 TDs last year, but receivers are the most dependent position on the field. Brown did that with Ben Roethlisberger as his QB as part of the number six scoring offense (4th in yards). Brown’s numbers wouldn’t have come close to that with the Redskins last season.