Redskins Depth Chart Preview: Safeties
Trevor Matich discusses the Washington Redskins' depth chart at safety for the 2019-20 season and what safeties are expected to be standouts.
To be successful in 2019, the Redskins offense must go through Jordan Reed | NBC Sports Washington
Injuries and a lack of opportunities are largely the reason for two consecutive down seasons for Jordan Reed. But for the Redskins offense to be successful in 2019, Charley Casserly believes they must return to featuring their dynamic tight end.
With all the worries about the Redskins WRs, Jay Gruden still thinks Paul Richardson has the wow factor | NBC Sports Washington
No Redskins receiver ranked in the top 40 of the NFL in yards-per-reception last year, and frankly the Washington offense drastically lacked big plays. Can a healthy Paul Richardson change that?
Rushing Dwayne Haskins may create more harm than help | NBC Sports Washington
While some believe that the rookie quarterback should start as soon as he looks the best, The Outsiders Nick Ashooh and Wes Hall see positives in holding him back.
Once Dwayne Haskins secures the starting QB job, it needs to be his for a long time | NBC Sports Washington
Dwayne Haskins does not need to start Week 1, but when he does secure the starting job, it needs to be his for a long time, according to NBC Sports Washington's Pete Hailey.
Seven Things We've Learned About Craig Reynolds
The Redskins signed the undrafted Kutztown running back on May 13 following rookie minicamp.
Ryan Kerrigan flexing on way to Redskins sack record - NFL.com
Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan has 84.5 career sacks with Washington and is closing in on Dexter Manley's team record of 91, celebrating each sack like Shawn Michaels in the process.
Redskins WR Josh Doctson: 'I think I'm hitting free agency next year' - NFC East- ESPN
The 2016 first-rounder enters what looks like his final season in Washington with a positive outlook, hoping he'll get an opportunity to shine.
Adrian Peterson ordered to pay $2.4 million after defaulting on loan - Washington Times
Redskins running back Adrian Peterson has been ordered to pay $2.4 million after he defaulted on a loan from a Maryland County lending service, the Baltimore Journal Business reported.
Report: NFL players, owners intensify labor talks
The NFL and NFLPA are reportedly trying to get a new labor deal done before the regular season begins.