Robert Griffin III is the Redskins' quarterback of the future -- but is the future now? There's a process to earning the starting job, head coach Mike Shanahan said.
The Redskins have lacked a true franchise quarterback for years -- some would say for decades. Head coach Mike Shanahan hopes to have solved that problem by drafting Robert Griffin III.
The Redskins made it official on Thursday night, selecting Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III with the second overall pick in the NFL Draft. Griffin immediately becomes the Redskins’ franchise quarterback in waiting.
End the suspense -- the Redskins are expected to draft Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III at No. 2 overall on Thursday evening. "Nothing is 100 percent yet, so I have to say it's 99.9," head coach Mike Shanahan said.
Redskins.com's Gary Fitzgerald looks back at some of the great Redskins drafts. In 1981, the Redskins drafted two future "Hogs" in Mark May and Hall of Famer Russ Grimm.
Former Redskins and Houston Texans general manager Charley Casserly says teams must manage expectations on and off the field as a rookie quarterback develops his first season.
When Ryan Kerrigan arrived at Redskins Park last year as the team’s top draft pick, he already had established a strong work ethic and determination when it came to working out and eating right.
Redskins.com's Gary Fitzgerald takes a look back at the franchise's greatest drafts. In 1964, the Redskins selected three all-time greats in Hall of Famers Charley Taylor and Paul Krause and six-time Pro Bowler Len Hauss.
The Redskins have re-signed free agent linebacker London Fletcher, bringing back a key cog for the interior of the defense. Teammates had lobbied for Fletcher's return all offseason.
Players are set to return to Redskins Park on Monday for the start of the team's off-season conditioning program. It leads into mini-camps and OTAs the next two months.
The Redskins have added five free agents in the secondary, including safety Madieu Williams. Redskins.com's Gary Fitzgerald evaluates the new-look cornerback and saefty positions.
Redskins.com's Gary Fitzgerald takes a look back at the franchise's greatest drafts. In 1983, the Redskins drafted two all-time greats, plus a running back who helped the franchise win a Super Bowl.
Redskins.com's Gary Fitzgerald looks back at some of the franchise's greatest drafts. In 1979, linebacker Monte Coleman was an 11th-round selection.
Wide receiver Niles Paul did not see significant playing time as a rookie, but he did make strides on special teams. And he showed head coach Mike Shanahan he "has a chance to be an excellent football player."
The Redskins’ safeties are getting a makeover this offseason, but one familiar face is second-year player DeJon Gomes. He faces a pivotal offseason in his development.
NFL owners are scheduled to converge on Palm Beach, Fla., on Sunday for the start of the annual league meetings. Among the proposals to be discussed: pushing back the trade deadline and creating an injured reserve exception.
The Redskins have completed 15 seasons at FedExField, the team’s playing facility in Landover, Md. Redskins.com's Gary Fitzgerald takes a look back at 20 memorable Redskins moments.
Despite seemingly constant change, Josh Morgan developed into a dependable wide receiver in four years in San Francisco. Now the Washington, D.C., native returns to his roots, signing with the Redskins as an unrestricted free agent.
Last year in Indianapolis, Pierre Garcon was given a chance to prove himself without Peyton Manning. The Redskins' new wide receiver stepped up, posting career highs in catches and receiving yards.
The Redskins' free agent strategy the last 12 years has been to aggressively pursue impact players. The results? The Redskins’ free agent classes have produced several success stories (such as nose tackle Barry Cofield), but also some notable busts.
Veteran wide receiver Donte Stallworth is among the Redskins' free agents. He hopes his solid showing the second half of last season convinces coaches to bring him back.
Redskins coaches and scouts are piecing together their draft board following the NFL Scouting Combine. Which prospects helped themselves? Big defensive tackle Dontari Poe of Memphis was among the standout performers.
Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III – or RGIII if you prefer – captured the NFL’s fancy by running a 4.41 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine. He was also confident and savvy during his combine media session.
The NFL Scouting Combine means more to some than others. Notre Dame wide receiver Michael Floyd could vault into the top 10 -- possibly to No. 6 where the Redskins pick -- with a strong 40 time at the combine.
Is Oklahome State's Justin Blackmon in the Redskins' future? Redskins.com's Gary Fitzgerald offers 10 prospects to keep an eye on this week as the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis unfolds.