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2018 Schedule
7-9, 3rd in NFC East
1:10

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

"Dancing With The Stars" professional Sharna Burgess when asked if she new who Josh Norman was before they began their journey to Monday night's finale was brutally honest.

0:33

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Ryan Kerrigan, speaking Monday at his golf tournament to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma foundation, said he was happy to see the Redskins add Daron Payne to their line. Here's why.

0:50

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins team president Bruce Allen said he was happy with how they "executed their plan" this offseason. It included adding compensatory picks for 2019.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Josh Norman has made the finals for @DanciingABC. A week from today.

0:18

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins cornerback Josh Norman and partner Sharna Burgess sharpen up their routine as they prepare for tonight's triple elimination show on Dancing With The Stars (@DancingABC). Norman is hoping to advance to the May 21 finale and win the Mirror Ball trophy. He's feeling pretty confident, saying the audience can expect an ‘'electrifying'' performance. Sharna says ‘'epic.''

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he most appreciated DeAngelo Hall's leadership. Hall said today that he was done playing football.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins defensive back DeAngelo Hall said "I'm done" playing football. Hall, 34, was expected to retire but had not made it official. He's weighing offers to join a front office or work in TV.

0:21

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

How would Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman and "Dancing with the Stars" partner Sharna Burgess describe what they have planned for Monday nights triple elimination show? It wasn't hard to sum up in one word and then they made two out of it.

1:16

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Which is more pressure for Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman: trying to win the Mirror Ball on "Dancing with the Stars''with partner Sharna Burgess or what he experienced preparing for Super Bowl 50 with the Carolina Panthers?

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Running back Derrius Guice beamed when asked about the difference between being here and in college. Let's just say he likes the 24/7 football mindset better.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Running back Derrius Guice only went through individual work. It's hard to form an impression of running backs when they're not facing a defense. But what you can see is that he'll be noticeable, whether from his personality or his play. Guice said later he isn't out to prove anything after being the seventh back chosen.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Defensive lineman Daron Payne didn't take part in full-team work Friday but his presence in the early work made an impression. His footwork in and over the bags was solid as he worked on staying low and maneuvering in traffic. More than anything, his girth was evident. He's a solid 310-315 pounds. It'll help the Redskins front.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

During the Redskins rookie minicamp, much attention will be paid to the draft picks. But there are some intriguing undrafted options. Heading into this weekend four stand out: corner Ranthony Texada (he's small so if Josh Holsey progresses as they hope, Texada would be fighting for a practice squad spot. It's hard to carry two short corners); receiver Simmie Cobbs (at 6-foot-3, 220 pounds he offers size); safety Quin Blanding (considered a tough kid at a position where there's not much depth) and running back Martez Carter (he's only 5-foot-7 and weighs 210 pounds. He'll have to lose weight to maximize the skills they saw at Grambling State.). There's a long way to go before any of them earn a roster spot -- it's possible only one undrafted makes the 53-man squad -- but they're certainly ones to watch as of now.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins have signed seven draft picks: defensive lineman Daron Payne, running back Derrius Guice, safety Troy Apke, defensive lineman Tim Settle, linebacker Shaun Dion Hamilton, defensive back Greg Stroman and receiver Trey Quinn. The only unsigned draft pick is third-round tackle Geron Christian. Washington begins a three-day rookie minicamp Friday.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

It's uncertain if not renewing Scott Campbell's contract will result in further changes to the Redskins' college scouting department. There's a chance the Redskins could always promote some lower level scouts they've been grooming under director of college scouting Kyle Smith. The feeling is they're OK with what they have. However, Doug Williams could decide to bring in another pair of eyes to help. Regardless, the decision on Campbell, who moved to Florida last year, really began last year when they promoted Smith to his new role. Smith earned praise for how he handled the draft this year -- they incorporated the coaches more than in the past, among other things. He has to continue developing in this role and also start to learn the pro personnel side more before ascending to a GM role. The Redskins lost a bright young mind in Sean McVay last offseason; they'd be wise to hold onto this one.

1:24

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Compilation video of Titans' S Kevin Byard, Titans WR Tajae Sharpe, Washington WR Jamison Crowder and others spending their Saturday morning coaching football drills for kids/adults with down syndrome at Zac Stacy's National Down Syndrome Society all-star clinic. This event is special to Stacy and Crowder, both of whom have younger brothers with down syndrome. Stacy said his lil bro, Justin, is his "why" for everything he does.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards234.412th
Rushing Yards90.528th
Points For21.416th
Points Against24.3Tied-27th