The Redskins were as pass happy as the rest of the NFL last year; they are looking to change that this year but it will take mor
A couple of weeks ago, the Redskins dispatched a scout to Pittsburg State’s Pro Day to check out an unheralded cornerback prospect.
Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan has so much respect for Jeron Johnson that he’s signed the safety on two separate occasions for two different teams.
After a lengthy apprenticeship with the Legion of Boom, new Redskins safety Jeron Johnson says he’s ready to take the next step in his football career.
And become a starter in the NFL.
It may not be a fact the NFL wants to talk about, but players with off-field conduct issues land on rosters throughout the league.