Redskins sources tell the Washington Post that Robert Griffin III "exhibited growth" this offseason.
The Washington Post expects DeAngelo Hall to compete for the No. 2 corner job opposite Chris Culliver.
Pierre Garcon is scheduled to count $10.25 million against the cap in 2016.
An anonymous offensive coach told ESPN's Mike Sando that Robert Griffin III is "done and there's no coming back."
The Redskins could ask DeAngelo Hall to restructure his contract.
Dashon Goldson said he wasn't as aggressive last season after receiving six flags for unnecessary roughness in 2013.
Jordan Reed (knee) is expected to be ready for the start of training camp.
CSN Washington's Rich Tandler believes rookie Jamison Crowder could eventually overtake Andre Roberts as the team's primary slot receiver.
Redskins coach Jay Gruden said he's seen growth in Robert Griffin III under new QBs coach Matt Cavanaugh.
ESPN's John Keim expects second-round OLB Preston Smith to eventually be the starter opposite Ryan Kerrigan.
Redskins OLB Ryan Kerrigan (knee scope) has resumed running.
Coach Jay Gruden said WR Ryan Grant could see more playing time this season.
CSN Washington's Rich Tandler said "it will be a surprise" if rookie WR Jamison Crowder is not the Redskins' primary return man Week 1.
Pierre Garcon is expected to be "featured more prominently" in 2015.
New Redskins offensive line coach Bill Callahan has coached four top-nine rushing attacks in the last six years.