Report: Redskins CB Quinton Dunbar still wants out after Redskins wouldn't restructure his contract | NBC Sports Washington
Quinton Dunbar reportedly does not want to return to the Redskins after the team declined to restructure his contract.
A house for mom, dinner for his linemen and a custom Bentley: How Dwayne Haskins spent his first million | NBC Sports Washington
Dwayne Haskins sat down with GQ Sports to explain how he spent his first million dollars, and the resulting video was epic and hilarious. One of the best quotes? "Taxes are no joke, bro."
Trent Williams return is a strong possibility, Redskins believe - The Washington Post
New Coach Ron Rivera has made the star left tackle one of his offseason priorities, in hopes of getting Williams to return to the team.
Trent Williams’ decision among 3 crucial decisions facing Redskins before NFL Free Agency opens | NBC Sports Washington
Three questions that need answers loom large over the Redskins before the start of the new league year in March.
Keeping Adrian Peterson was a slam dunk for Ron Rivera, Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
Adrian Peterson is sticking with the Redskins next season, a slam dunk move for Ron Rivera and the team.
Redskins free agent targets: Nine wide receivers that they may want | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins will likely be in the market for wide receiver help this March. So, here's one line of evaluation on nine pass-catchers they could be interested in, from AJ Green to Robby Anderson and more.
Ex-Panther Thomas Davis sees Redskins being 'competitive immediately' under Ron Rivera | NBC Sports Washington
During an appearance on the NFL Network, longtime linebacker Thomas Davis explained why Ron Rivera — whom Davis played under for years — will help make the Redskins better immediately.
Questions facing Ron Rivera: What to do with Brandon Scherff and Ereck Flowers? | NBC Sports Washington
Ron Rivera has two big decisions to make regarding Brandon Scherff and Ereck Flowers.
Report: Trent Williams will return to Redskins 'because of Ron Rivera' | NBC Sports Washington
Trent Williams did not take a single snap for the Redskins in 2019, but that will change in 2020 after a coaching change and an organizational overhaul, according to a report.