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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Perry Riley
30 Questions: The Mike inside linebacker job is open after the retirement of London Fletcher. Who has the inside track to be the starter.
With two of last season's top three tacklers no longer with the Redskins, who will lead the team in tackles in 2014?
Keenan Robinson will enter training camp as one of the Redskins' two starting inside linebackers. But that doesn't necessarily mean he'll be there Week 1.
With London Fletcher retired, the Redskins will need an inside linebacker to step up and take charge of the defense. Could Keenan Robinson fill that gap?
For years London Fletcher served as the anchor of the Redskins defense. With Fletcher retired, the Redskins now must rely on Perry Riley and Keenan Robinson in the middle. Is that enough?
Draft board: The Redskins need a replacement for London Fletcher. Can the find him in the draft?
20 questions: The Redskins have a hole in the middle of the defense with the retirement of London Fletcher. Who will fill it? Tandler and Tarik take a look.
The Redskins continued to bolster their corps of inside linebackers on Wednesday, signing former Akeem Jordan, formerly of the Chiefs and Eagles.
Entering a normal start to free agency for the first time in five years, the Washington Redskins began spending their $18 million in salary cap space fairly wisely Tuesday, eschewing the big splash in the early hours in favor of quality reinforcements for a team that went 3-13 last season.
The Washington Redskins opened free agency not with the familiar Dan Snyder splash but instead with a few noteworthy ripples, keeping a couple of key players while adding an offensive lineman, a special teams standout and a No. 2 receiver.
The return of Perry Riley came at a price that looks right for the Redskins and that is a plus for the team's defense.
The inside linebacker, set to become an unrestricted free agent later Tuesday, avoided hitting the open market when he signed a new contract with the Redskins.
The Redskins re-signed another key member of their defense as Perry Riley agreed to contact terms with the team, the team has announced.
The Redskins re-signed another key member of their defense as Perry Riley agreed to contact terms with the team, according to a report.
The grass might not be greener for Perry Riley if he leaves the Redskins in pursuit of a bigger paycheck.
Riley said an official told him he was flagged for a helmet-to-helmet hit.
"I felt like I did some good things out there, but I made some mistakes as well," he said. "Those are the things I'm really worried about getting cleaned up. I'm not worried about the things I did good."