The Rams have let the NFL know that their No. 2 overall pick is very much for sale. They have good reason to do so relatively early in the draft process.
Robert Griffin III's impressive showing at the Combine has made the No. 2 draft position the big story, and trade discussions have reportedly begun.
The Redskins re-signed OG-C Will Montgomery and DL Darrion Scott on Monday, the team announced.
The Redskins have re-signed starting C Will Montgomery before he hit the free-agent market, the Washington Post reported Saturday.
Even as a soon-to-be 37-year-old, Redskins ILB London Fletcher still carries high value as he prepares to hit the open market again because he continues to rack up the tackles.
The Redskins drafted 12 players a year ago, which could convince them to trade a few picks to move up in this year's draft.
Stanford TE Coby Fleener handled the media-session portion of his time at the Combine like a pro Thursday.
The Redskins hired former DE Phillip Daniels as the team's director of player development.
The Redskins reportedly plan to franchise TE Fred Davis, who was the team's second-leading receiver last season.
The Redskins' biggest need on defense appears to be in the secondary, even though new position coach Raheem Morris will help.
The Redskins have shown signs that they plan to re-sign TE Fred Davis, despite his four-game suspension to end last season.
The Redskins announced Friday that they won't be raising general admission ticket prices for the 2012 season.
If the Redskins' 2011 class is any indication, they might be inclined to keep their picks and not trade them for a quarterback.
Fired Buccaneers head coach Raheem Morris told the St. Petersburg Times Wednesday evening that he has been hired by the Redskins to coach their defensive backs.
The NFL announced Monday that Redskins LB London Fletcher will play in the 2012 Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu on Jan. 29.