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Topic - Jay Gruden
Some observers believe the Redskins are going to make major changes along the offense line; others have heard they won't. A look at some options.
The Redskins have some need at wide receiver but they won't know how much until training camp.
The Washington Redskins placed a franchise tag on three-time Pro Bowl outside linebacker Brian Orakpo on Monday, all but ensuring he will remain with the team next season.
The Redskins announced Monday that they have placed the non-exclusive franchise designation on the outside linebacker, meaning they will tender him a one-year contract offer worth $11.455 million.
Former Redskins GM Charley Casserly thinks the Redskins will invest heavily--in both senses of the word--on the offensive line in free agency.
The Washington Redskins have re-signed defensive lineman Chris Baker to a three-year contract with $12 million.
The Browns released inside linebacker D'Qwell Jackson yesterday. He still has something left in the tank, will the Redskins give him a look?
Without having the chance to step out onto the field with his new team, head coach Jay Gruden is still figuring out what kind of coach he will be.
Need to Know: Jay Gruden likes his receivers on the big side so we're looking at the tallest wide receivers who were at the NFL Combine.
Jay Gruden is getting used to the business side of being in charge of an NFL team.
Jay Gruden likes some of what the Redskins' offensive line has done but he said that he needs more diversity out of them.
Just weeks into the job as Redskins' head coach, Jay Gruden says it has been a nonstop grind for him so far.
Jay Gruden has watched a lot of Redskins games over the last few weeks as he continues to evaluate the current roster. Trent Williams is among those who have stood out.
Jay Gruden and Bruce Allen have both said they want pending free agent Brian Orakpo back next season. But now comes the hard part: reaching a deal that works for both sides.
Jay Gruden talked about his decision to retain Jim Haslett as the team's defensive coordinator.
Head coach Jay Gruden recently said he "love to get Brian back" but conceded that the team has many holes that need to be addressed via free agency.
Orakpo, 27, said several times during the season that he was interested in returning to the Redskins after his contract expired, and new coach Jay Gruden said he "would love to get Brian back" while addressing reporters at the NFL combine 10 days ago.