A suburban school district with numerous Native American students on Friday cancelled a boys’ lacrosse game against a district that’s debating whether to do away with its Redskins nickname.
Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan has made clear since his hiring that he prefers to build teams through the draft and use free agency to add depth and fill smaller holes on the roster until an impact player is needed for that final push.
With free agency approaching and the Redskins’ roster full of holes, here’s a dream wish list for Washington.
The Redskins need a safety. Alabama’s Landon Collins is rated as the best one in an otherwise down year at that position.
The Redskins could use help on their offensive line. But it’s unclear if they’d be willing to use the No. 5 overall pick on a player who might not stick at tackle.
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III announced Thursday that he and his wife, Rebecca, are expecting a baby.
The Redskins have hired Robb Akey as their new defensive line coach.
Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan was back in his element the past two weeks.
Joe Barry never waited for the phone to ring. He was too busy with the day-to-day steps that would get him back to his dream of being a defensive coordinator again in the NFL.
The Redskins want a quarterback. They need a quarterback. If that player is on the roster already then that is for the best, but he might not be.