The Redskins were very active during the 2019 NFL draft, wheeling and dealing their way to 10 picks, including two high profile first-rounders. WTOP’s Rob Woodfork (reluctantly) assigns the ‘Skins a letter grade for each pick.
The Washington Redskins selected Bullis-grad Dwayne Haskins and traded up to get edge rusher Montez Sweat in the first round of the NFL draft Thursday night. Here’s every one of their 2019 draft selections.
Redskins owner Dan Snyder and team President Bruce Allen had their sights set on the Ohio State standout leading up to the NFL draft and didn’t even have to trade up to get him, getting someone they hope will be their quarterback of the future by taking Haskins with the 15th pick Thursday night.
The Redskins announced Wednesday free agent offensive lineman Tony Bergstrom, who appeared in 13 games at center or guard for the ‘Skins last season and made eight starts after injuries to other players, will return.
The Washington Redskins have announced the signing of defensive lineman Matt Ioannidis to a reported three-year, $21.75 million extension after the former fifth-round pick’s career year in 2018.
More than a year after trading for and extending Alex Smith and a month after acquiring Case Keenum, the Washington Redskins are still in search of its future at the position.
Should the Redskins select Bullis-grad Dwayne Haskins with their first round pick? Who do they target with their compensatory picks? WTOP’s Rob Woodfork goes round-by-round and points out the ‘Skins’ best options in the 2019 NFL Draft.
New Redskins safety Landon Collins won’t get to wear jersey No. 21 in Washington like his hero Sean Taylor did over a decade ago. WTOP’s Rob Woodfork says this is a missed opportunity to keep the late, great Taylor’s legacy alive.
The Washington Redskins added much-needed depth to their offensive tackle by signing Ereck Flowers to a one-year, $4 million contract. The ‘Skins also announced the re-signings of receiver Brian Quick and running back Adrian Peterson.
The Washington Redskins released linebacker Zach Brown and defensive lineman Stacy McGee as part of remaking their defense, freeing up just over $8 million in salary cap space to use in free agency.
After enjoying a career resurgence in Washington in 2018, Adrian Peterson has signed a two-year, $8 million deal to return to the Redskins, according to multiple reports.
March 12 was named “Vernon Davis Day” in the nation’s capital, and his former elementary school helped honor the Redskins tight end, Super Bowl champion and D.C. native.
According to multiple reports, the New York Jets agreed to terms with wide receiver Jamison Crowder on a three-year, $28.5 million contract, leaving an already-thin Redskins receiving corps without one of its most productive members.
The Washington Redskins have agreed to a six-year, $84 million deal with three-time Pro Bowl safety Landon Collins, according to multiple reports.
Ever since the failed RG3 experiment and subsequent mishandling of the Kirk Cousins situation, WTOP’s Rob Woodfork says the Redskins look like a team more afraid of making the wrong move at QB than finding the right one.
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