In order for the Redskins to win the division this season, they will need to have one of their biggest single-season improvements in franchise history.
A handful of Redskins have arrived at a crossroads in their career. Some haven’t been consistent. A few have battled injuries. Others simply are on the wrong side of 30.
Redskins linebacker Ryan Kerrigan has been named the 78th best player in the NFL as voted by his peers, NFL Network revealed Wednesday during its Top 100 Players of 2015 show.
Need to Know: In a break before OTAs, Tandler takes a look at who will be the top priority Redskins free agents in 2016.
The Redskins knew that they were getting a big, banging running back when they drafted Matt Jones in the third round earlier this month.