The combination of no blockbuster free-agent signings, no PR nightmares in the past month — a new franchise record, and a sensible collection of draft picks, have resulted in the most respectable offseason this franchise has conducted since the early 90’s.
Maybe the most interesting position battle heading into Redskins training camp will be at strong safety, where Jeron Johnson and Duke Ihenacho lead a revamped unit.
The Redskins signed free agent offensive lineman Bryce Quigley on Tuesday and waived quarterback Hutson Mason.
For the second year in a row, the Redskins will host another NFL team during its training camp in Richmond.
District of Columbia Mayor Muriel Bowser is once again referring to the Washington Redskins without mentioning the team’s nickname. But she still wants to talk to the team and owner Dan Snyder about a new stadium in the nation’s capital.
Redskins left tackle Trent Williams will not participate in the rest of the team’s offseason workouts as he tries to rehabilitate a nagging left ankle injury that has bothered him since the end of last season.
Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III strode to the podium wearing a T-shirt that read “Stronger Together.”
Redskins cornerback DeAngelo Hall was back on the field with his teammates Tuesday almost eight months after a second surgery to repair a torn left Achilles tendon.
The Redskins began their first session of organized team activities (OTAs) on Tuesday with most players in attendance at the voluntary sessions.
Robert Griffin III was noticeably more relaxed when he reported for the Washington Redskins voluntary workouts.