There’s no arguing that the Redskins haven’t been winners during the first week of free agency.
Here’s a list of news and rumors regarding the Redskins, and players they’re targeting, as the 2014 NFL free agency period unfolds (to be updated frequently).
If history tells us anything, Dan Snyder is about to go on a serious spending spree.
For the past two years, the Redskins and Cowboys have been cellmates in salary cap jail.
Matt Hendricks signs a 4-year deal with the Nashville Predators, reportedly valued at $1.85 million per season.
I had a column coming this week about the Redskins heading into this month’s draft minus a first-round pick for the first time since 2006 and still needing a starting cornerback.
Fred Davis signing a one-year deal to remain with the Washington Redskins is a huge risk for a 27-year-old tight end that could potentially have only one big contract in his future.
The Washington Redskins have filled at least one hole in their depleted secondary by agreeing to terms with free agent cornerback E.J. Biggers.
The Washington Redskins have signed free agent offensive lineman Jeremy Trueblood, giving the team another inexpensive contender for the vacant right tackle position.
It’s no secret the Redskins have had to try to get more with less this off-season, as they’ve had to watch key pieces like Lorenzo Alexander and DeAngelo Hall walk. After an off-season full of doubt, can RGIII rise to the occasion and take Washington to the next level? Or will the Redskins falter?