Deadspin.com "In December 2013, Roger Goodell and Redskins executives quietly met with a U.S. Senator and Native American activists opposed to the team name. It was the first such meetings since the 1970s, and it was not constructive. The get-together was reported today by Travis Waldron at ThinkProgress. On..." March 11
Hogs Haven "Reports indicate a four-year contract worth $16 million The Washington Redskins have agreed to a four-year, $16 million contract with Cardinals free agent WR Andre Roberts, as first reported by Mike Jones of the Washington Post and Jason La Canfora of CBS News. The deal would be confirmed at..." March 11
The Redskins have re-signed WR Santana Moss. One year deal.
Former Buccaneers LB Adam Hayward has reached agreement on a three-year deal with the Redskins, per source.
Former Browns G Shawn Lauvao reached agreement on a 4-yr, $17M deal with the Washington Redskins, per sources.
Source says the #Redskins and WR Andre Roberts have agreed to a deal.
CBSSports.com "With long-time linebacker London Fletcher most likely to retire, one of the Redskins' offseason needs was to re-sign linebacker Perry Riley. And Washington has done just that. Riley, whose deal reportedly will pay him $4 million per season, led the team in 2013 with 153 tackles -- the first..." March 11
ESPN.com "If the Redskins upgrade at receiver, it might take a reclamation project to help them do so. According to multiple sources, the Redskins are interested in Tennessee receiver Kenny Britt, whose career to date has been marked by an inability to maximize his so-called potential. A team source..." March 10
Fansided "The Washington Redskins are looking for ways to upgrade the roster they had in 2013 that was one of the worst in the NFL. But while the team was hindered by not being able to spend in free agency last season, Washington is trying to change their fortunes in 2014. Robert Griffin III won’t be a..." March 09
Baltimore Sun "Ravens veteran free-agent defensive tackle Arthur Jones is off to a fast start leading up to the signing period that starts Tuesday. Under NFL rules, teams are allowed to talk with players' agents in advance of Tuesday and may discuss contract parameters without formally agreeing to..." March 09
Washington Post "The Washington Redskins remain in contract talks with linebacker Perry Riley Jr. but still are not particularly close to a deal less than a week before the opening of the NFL’s free agent market, according to a person familiar with the deliberations. Riley, who has been the team’s starter at..." March 06
Team source says the #Redskins won't re-sign Adam carriker at a lower price
#Redskins also announce they have waived RBs Jawan Jamison and Davin Meggett and cut TE Richard Quinn.
NFL.com "The NFL Competition Committee has discussed experimenting this preseason with a longer -- much longer -- extra-point try. According to one member, the committee's meetings this weekend included preliminary talks about placing the ball at the 25-yard line for the extra-point kick -- which would..." March 03
Pro Football Talk "The back-and-forth has been resolved in Washington. The franchise tag will be applied to linebacker Brian Orakpo. The team has announced that Orakpo has gotten the tag. The annual window for doing so closes at 4:00 p.m. ET Monday. Drafted as a defensive end in 2009 when the team used a 4-3..." March 03
ESPN.com "Surely the Atlanta Falcons will keep a close eye on the news out of both Washington and Buffalo on Monday as NFL teams face the deadline to place the franchise tag on players. If the Redskins decide not to franchise Brian Orakpo at a cost of $11.455 million for 2014, expect the Falcons to at..." March 03
Fansided "When new coaches land with new NFL teams they are often working with players that fit the philosophies of their predecessor rather than their own. The Washington Redskins are a good example under first-year coach Jay Gruden. Former coach Mike Shanahan has been a long time proponent of a zone..." March 02
CSN Washington "Drafted: 3rd round (85th overall) Stats: 9 games, 45 receptions, 30 first downs, 499 yards, 3 touchdowns Grade: B+ 2013: In the midst of a difficult season, Reed was among the few bright spots for the Redskins. Despite missing the offseason program with a lingering leg injury and part..." March 02
Detroit Free Press "The NFL will have its first openly gay football player when Missouri defensive end Michael Sam is drafted in May. If the Washington Redskins were to draft him – Sam is projected as a middle-round pick at best – former Michigan State quarterback Kirk Cousins said he wouldn’t have an issue with..." March 02
Fansided "The Jacksonville Jaguars weren’t the worst team in the NFL last year, but they looked to be most of the year. Besides earning some pride back late in the season, the Jaguars won their way out of the No. 1 pick, but they still plan on using al outlets to get better this offseason. Before the..." March 01
SB Nation "The Washington Redskins have a Monday deadline to apply the franchise tag to players, but the only realistic candidate to receive the designation is outside linebacker Brian Orakpo. The Redskins will likely want to avoid losing the three-time Pro Bowl pass rusher, but by applying the franchise..." March 01
NFL.com "The salary cap is set to make a big jump in 2014. NFL Media's Albert Breer reported Thursday the cap is expected to be set at $133 million, according to union and team sources. The official number could come as soon as Friday, according to Breer. The $133 million salary cap figure would be..." February 28
Pro Football Talk "This may be the last season in which only 12 teams make the playoffs. Starting with the 2015 season, the NFL is likely to expand to seven playoff teams in each conference. Sources told Mark Maske of the Washington Post that the plan could be approved by the owners as soon as next month. “I..." February 27
CBSSports.com "A lot is being made of Kirk Cousins, the former fourth-round pick who didn't play well in limited duty last season, and whether he will be a starter somewhere in 2014. It's a topic of interest for several reasons, chief among them: The guy ahead of Cousins on the depth chart in Washington, Robert..." February 24
Washington Post "Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis was arrested Thursday afternoon in Fairfax County and charged with driving under the influence, a Fairfax County Police Department spokesperson confirmed. The arrest comes just a day after Davis was suspended indefinitely Wednesday by the NFL for..." February 21
NFL.com "Kirk Cousins isn't untouchable, but don't expect to see him change football addresses this offseason. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday that the Washington Redskins do not intend to trade their backup quarterback. This comes two days after a report surfaced that Washington was..." February 21
Pro Football Talk "Redskins tight end Fred Davis has been suspended indefinitely by the NFL for violating the substance abuse policy, a suspension that was initially reported in January for the impending free agent. Davis was suspended the final four games of the 2011 season for what he said was a failed test for..." February 20
ESPN.com "The NFL is projected to raise its salary cap to about $130 million, up about 5 percent from $123 million last year, league sources said Thursday. The $130 million figure is even higher than teams are expecting or had been preparing for and will be welcome news for teams, especially ones like..." February 20
Washington Post "The Washington Redskins want a second-round pick in the NFL draft if they are going to trade backup quarterback Kirk Cousins, according to a person familiar with the team’s planning. It’s not clear how active the Redskins’ trade discussions with other teams regarding Cousins are at this point,..." February 19
CBSSports.com "Washington Redskins tight end Fred Davis has been suspended indefinitely for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy, the league announced on Wednesday. Davis will be suspended without pay and the suspension will be begin immediately. CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reported in..." February 19
NBC Washington "DeAngelo Hall says he'll spend the next four years as a Redskin: The 30-year-old cornerback will sign a four-year deal with the team. After meeting with Redskins GM Bruce Allen and Head Coach Jay Gruden, Hall felt this was the best decision, sources close to the deal said. The Virginia Tech..." February 19
NFL.com "Breathe easy, PAT purists. The extra point appears safe ... for now. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport said Tuesday on NFL Network's "NFL Total Access" that the league's competition committee remains "very early" in any discussions about potentially eliminating extra points, which was a..." February 19
Washington Post "Redskins fans have cabin fever. The snow’s getting to them. No other team in town is good enough to distract local fans until NFL free agency begins March 17 and there’s not even a first-round pick for them to debate about. Fans are flat out bored, so naturally talk turns to quarterbacks —..." February 18
Pro Football Talk "When cornerback DeAngelo Hall said that the Redskins “probably” should change their name, it appeared that the impending free agent probably should look for a new team. Hall has since put the toothpaste back in the tube, and the team could end up putting some new money in his pocket. Per a..." February 17
Fansided "The Washington Redskins seem to have a good thing going with backup quarterback Kirk Cousins, as not only is he a nice safety net to have for Robert Griffin III, but he’s also the most valuable trade chip that the team has. While rumors have been swirling for months about Washington trading..." February 16
Pro Football Talk "Kirk Cousins played on a 3-13 team in Washington last season, but he doesn’t see a big difference between his own team and the 13-3 Seahawks. Cousins said on SiriusXM NFL Radio that there wasn’t a huge difference between the 2012 team that won the NFC East and the 2013 team that tied for the..." February 15
Sports Business Daily "The NFL paid Commissioner Roger Goodell $44.2M in the 12-month period that ended March 31, 2013, the league told SportsBusiness Journal earlier Friday. That figures include $9.1M of deferred pension and bonus earned the previous year. The league expects to file its tax return, which will include..." February 15
Pro Football Talk "It’s been more than a decade since ESPN pulled the plug on Playmakers, at the behest of former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue. Another network that doesn’t televise NFL games is going to give it another try. According to Deadline.com, HBO has picked up the series Ballers, which explores the..." February 14
ESPN.com "Kirk Cousins isn’t averse to contact, but he was tired of playing with contacts. So he opted for Lasik surgery on his eyes -- and now he wonders what impact that will have on his game. Cousins underwent the procedure Tuesday and said there’s a chance his vision will improve to 20-15. In..." February 13
Washington Times "Roy Helu was the Washington Redskins’ leading rusher as a rookie in 2011 and played a significant role for the team last season. As a result, his base salary for 2014 will double. According to two people familiar with the details of Helu’s contract, the Washington Redskins running back reached..." February 12
CSN Washington "ESPN posted the strength of schedule for each NFL team on its website so let’s take a quick look. Based on the 2013 records of their 2014 opponents, the Redskins have the 17th-hardest schedule in the NFL. Their upcoming foes combined to post a .490 winning percentage. That’s about in the..." February 12
Sporting News "Word from Washington is that 2014 will feature the Robert Griffin III of 2012. This offseason, the Redskins’ quarterback will work on his game, and not on rehabilitating a surgically repaired knee. Griffin forced his way back onto the field last season and it was clear to anyone paying..." February 11
ESPN.com "The fight to change the Redskins name won't die. And it's become an issue among the nation's lawmakers. Two members of Congress will send a letter to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Monday, telling him to publicly announce support for a name change -- and that the NFL can no longer ignore the..." February 10
The Redskins have confirmed their hiring of Doug Williams as a front office personnel executive.
CBSSports.com "The 2013 season wasn't a complete loss for Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, at least according to former Washington offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan. During his introductory press conference in Cleveland on Thursday, Shanhan said be believes that the struggles he went through with RG3..." February 08
Washington Post "Everybody and his brother, sister and cousin knows that Kirk Cousins would like a chance to start at quarterback for an NFL team. All of those people also know that barring injury, he will not have that chance with the Washington Redskins because of their investment in Robert Griffin III, who also..." February 06