Ryan Clark


This time last year, Redskins fans thought for sure the team would address the safety position via free agency. They didn't. Will it happen in 2015?


When free agency opens March 10, the Redskins will have an estimated $20 million in cap space and many holes to fill in a roster that’s expected to be overhauled.


Ryan Clark announced his retirement Wednesday on ESPN—where he’ll promptly begin his new full-time career as an NFL analyst. 


In the coming weeks, Tarik El-Bashir will take a close look at Redskins who underperformed or encountered their share of struggles in 2014 and, as a result, need a strong offseason to lock dow


Salary cap outlook: The Redskins have only two inexperienced safeties under contract so they have some money to spend there.