FREE AGENCY NEWS
How Jay Gruden Approaches Free Agency, Upcoming NFL Draft
With the free agency window still open and the NFL Draft quickly approaching, here's a look at how head coach Jay Gruden assesses potential new players.
Redskins Re-Sign Defensive Lineman Phil Taylor Sr.
After showing positive signs during last year's training camp before suffering a torn quad tendon, the Redskins have re-signed veteran defensive lineman Phil Taylor Sr.
Redskins Sign Linebacker Pernell McPhee
The Washington Redskins have added eight-year veteran linebacker Pernell McPhee in free agency. For his career, McPhee has appeared in 96 games and collected 31 sacks.
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2018 Redskins Free Agency Journal
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Orlando Scandrick 'Excited' For His Future In Washington
Only a few days after the Dallas Cowboys released the 31-year-old, Orlando Scandrick has joined the Washington Redskins. He's ready to provide veteran leadership in the defensive backfield.
Redskins Sign Cornerback Orlando Scandrick
After spending his first 10 NFL seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, cornerback Orlando Scandrick is now a member of the Washington Redskins after signing the 31-year-old free agent.
Paul Richardson Jr. Ready To Prove Worth With New Team
After signing a contract with the Redskins off his best season to date in the NFL, new wide receiver Paul Richardson Jr. wants to prove he's worth the price of admission.
Redskins Sign Punter Sam Irwin-Hill
The Washington Redskins added a second punter in the roster in the form of 27-year-old Sam Irwin-Hill. Irwin-Hill spent the 2017 offseason with the Dallas Cowboys.
Redskins Re-Sign Linebacker Zach Brown
After spending the 2017 season with the Redskins, former Pro Bowler Zach Brown is back in Washington after re-signing. He led Washington's defense in tackles last year.