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Ron Rivera's past a clue whether Redskins' draft rumors are true or misdirection - Washington Times
What has appeared to be misdirection often turned out to be miserably real. What logically seemed to misinformation would often wind up to be massive mistakes. Maybe, though, just maybe, under Rivera -- a kiss is just a kiss, a sigh is just a sigh. And the easiest, simplest answer is right in front of everyone's face -- Chase Young.

Four lesser-known 2020 free agents who have ties to Ron Rivera that the Redskins could pursue | NBC Sports Washington
Everyone knows about James Bradberry and Tre Boston, but here are four lesser-known free agents who also have ties to Ron Rivera that the Redskins could pursue.

Josh Norman to sign with the Bills - The Washington Post
Washington released Norman, one of their highest-paid players, after his play declined in recent seasons.

Redskins Free Agency: Needs & Possible Targets | Rated Redskins Radio
Taking a look at some possible free agent targets for the Washington Redskins 2020 season. NFL Free Agency begins next Sunday, March 10, at 4:00pm est.

Ron Rivera wants both Ereck Flowers, Brandon Scherff back with Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins offensive line is in real flux. Trent Williams held out all of last season and both starting guards Brandon Scherff and Ereck Flowers could become free agents. Ron Rivera doesn't want to hear that.

Report: Virginia gambling law could help pave way for Redskins stadium | NBC Sports Washington
Redskins owner Dan Snyder reportedly has a confidential site in Virginia that could be the future home of the team’s stadium.

Reports show interest heating up from multiple teams in Trent Williams sweepstakes | NBC Sports Washington
At least four teams have reportedly shown interest in Redskins left tackle Trent Williams, who the organization gave permission to negotiate trade offers with other teams.