Brandon Scherff confirms that he and the Redskins have 'been talking' about a contract extension | NBC Sports Washington
Brandon Scherff and the Redskins are in talks about a contract extension, the guard confirmed on Monday. To this point, though, no significant progress has been made.
Quinton Dunbar running 'full speed,' but Redskins still cautious - Washington Times
Quinton Dunbar worked off to the side during Monday's OTA session as the Redskins remain cautious about re-incorporating the cornerback after he suffered a lingering nerve injury in his leg last season.
Who Will Step up at ILB After the Reuben Foster Injury? | Redskins Positional Outlook
Just taking a look at the Washington Redskins inside linebacker position after Reuben Foster was injured in practice this week. Who will step up at ILB now?
Reuben Foster's season-ending injury hurts the Redskins from a contract perspective, too | NBC Sports Washington
One thing people have wondered after processing Reuben Foster's season-ending injury is how that injury affects his contract with the Redskins. A salary cap expert answers that here.
'He's A Monster, Man': At OTAs, Montez Sweat Aims To Showcase His Potential
Sweat already has the physical tools to flourish as an NFL pass rusher. Now, it's a matter of leaning on his new teammates for advice, learning the Redskins' defensive schemes and living in the film room as he tries to become an immediate playmaker off th
Former Redskins recount hilarious Albert Haynesworth story | 106.7 The Fan
Former Redskins Santana Moss and DeAngelo Hall crack each other up recounting the hilarious story of when Albert Haynesworth faked an injury in Detroit.
Collins on Gettleman: 'I don't know him, he don't know me' - ESPN Video
Former Giants safety Landon Collins explains that GM Dave Gettleman does not even know who he was. Collins also reflects on the culture change in New York.
PHOTOS: 2019 OTAs Day 2
Take a look at photos from the second day of OTA practices for the 2019 Washington Redskins.
NFL revamping players' pain management and prevention programs | NBC Sports Washington
The NFL and players union have strengthened their pain management and behavior programs with new committees of medical experts.