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Why drafting Chase Young wasn’t the most important thing Ron Rivera did draft weekend | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins selected the best defensive player in college football last year, a guy that could legitematly alter the direction of the franchise, and honestly, that's not even the best news from draft weekend.

Redskins need to name Kyle Smith GM | 106.7 The Fan
The Redskins' next big signing should be a contract extension and new title for Kyle Smith.

Don't be surprised if Chase Young grows with the Redskins in the NFL. Literally | NBC Sports Washington
At 6-foot-5 and 265 pounds, Chase Young's body is already well suited for the NFL. But it turns out the pass rusher thinks he could still grow in the NFL. Like, literally.

Sacks stand out, but Chase Young prides himself on defending the run | NBC Sports Washington
Chase Young was selected second overall mainly to do with his ability to rush the quarterback, but he prides himself on another aspect of his game, too.

Washington draftee Chase Young, 6-foot-5, thinks he might grow more
Chase Young, whose dominance at Ohio State made him the No. 2 overall pick in last week's draft, says his game isn't the only thing that might see growth in the NFL.

Ryan Zimmerman offers wisdom to Chase Young on playing in his hometown | NBC Sports Washington
Not too many professional athletes have had the opportunity to play in their backyards, Ryan Zimmerman offered some advice to the Upper Marlboro, Maryland native.

Trent Williams may be gone now, but you and the Redskins will be seeing him again soon | NBC Sports Washington
Trent Williams' decade-long tenure with the Redskins is, at long last, done. That said, the two sides won't have to wait long to see each other again.

Redskins DC Jack Del Rio believes Chase Young has a complete toolbox of skills | NBC Sports Washington
The man behind the Redskins defense is excited to welcome the talented addition.

Don't let the catastrophic past year overshadow all that Trent Williams did for the Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
Trent Williams' Redskins tenure is over almost exactly 10 years after it started, and while his final season in Washington was enormously frustrating, fans can't forget all he did before it.

Redskins flush with salary cap space after trading Trent Williams | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins traded away Trent Williams over the weekend and in turn found another giant chunk of salary cap savings. That trade puts Washington more than $35 million under the cap, 2nd most in the NFL.

Ron Rivera crafts Redskins in his image through draft - Washington Times
Ron Rivera found the moment to whisk Chase Young away for a quiet chat. It was at the NFL scouting combine, and the Redskins coach pulled the highly sought-after defensive lineman aside for a brief one-on-one.

Five Takeaways From Chase Young's Press Conference
Young addressed local and national media Monday afternoon. Here are five takeaways from his press conference.

Redskins Exercise Fifth-Year Option On Jonathan Allen
The team announced the following roster move Monday.

Five Things To Know About Redskins Offensive Tackle Saahdiq Charles
The Redskins selected Saahdiq Charles with the No. 108 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Here are five things to know about the LSU offensive tackle.

5 things to know about James Smith-Williams | NBC Sports Washington
Washington used their final pick of the draft on James Smith-Williams, here's everything you need to know about the newest addition.

A detailed look into how Ron Rivera and Kyle Smith researched, then decided on, Saahdiq Charles | NBC Sports Washington
Saahdiq Charles had his fair share of troubles at LSU, and the Redskins want to establish a strong, new culture. So, how does the first fit with the second? Ron Rivera and Kyle Smith explain.