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Antonio Gandy-Golden might be the most interesting man in the world | NBC Sports Washington
Wide receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden joined the Redskins on the Clock show to discuss his many talents and what he'll bring to the Redskins.

Redskins concede Trent Williams 'devalued,' still happy with trade - Washington Times
Kyle Smith acknowledged the obvious: If the Washington Redskins had traded Trent Williams earlier, the compensation could have been better than the two draft picks they received Saturday from the San Francisco 49ers.

Potential Trent Williams replacement Saahdiq Charles has watched a lot of Williams' tape | NBC Sports Washington
The newest Redskins tackle will not have the chance to be teammates with Trent Williams, but he respects the seven-time Pro Bowler plenty.

Redskins add another versatile secondary piece Kamren Curl | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins have added another depth piece to their secondary.

Adrian Peterson wishes Redskins got more in exchange for Trent Williams | NBC Sports Washington
"Uh, is it good for both parties?" Peterson responded. "But you know, it worked out. You know, obviously, the things between Trent and the organization weren't where it needed to be. But, you know, I wish we could have got more for him."

What made the Trent Williams trade so complicated, according to Kyle Smith | NBC Sports Washington
Left tackles don't often get Hollywood movies, but if one ever gets made, it should be about Trent Williams.

Here are the eight players who make up Ron Rivera's first draft class with the Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins made eight selections in the 2020 draft, and those eight players represent Ron Rivera's first class in Washington. Find all of their names in one place right here.

NFL draft raises more than $100 million for coronavirus relief
Roger Goodell announced that the NFL raised more than $100 million for coronavirus relief during the draft.