ASHBURN http://www.washingtonredskinsteamonline.com/bryce-love-jersey , Va. (AP) A person with knowledge of the move says the Washington Redskins have agreed to re-sign running back Adrian Peterson to an $8 million, two-year deal.The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Wednesday because the team hadnt announced the contract.Peterson joined the Redskins on a one-year, veteran-minimum contract in August after rookie Derrius Guice tore the ACL in his left knee. Peterson rushed for 1,042 yards and seven touchdowns in 16 games at age 33 and now will combine with Guice and third-down back Chris Thompson in Washingtons backfield.While Peterson is back, plenty else is changing around him. The Redskins agreed to sign former New York Giants safety Landon Collins, formally acquired quarterback Case Keenum and released linebacker Zach Brown and defensive lineman Stacy McGee.Cutting Brown and McGee saved just over $8 million in salary-cap space to use in free agency. And the Redskins are already at work on spending that money.Washington agreed to an $84 million, six-year deal with Collins and announced the completion of the trade to acquire Keenum from the Denver Broncos. Adding Collins gives the Redskins another playmaker in the secondary if they keep cornerback Josh Norman for a fourth season.Greg Manusky will be back as defensive coordinator; Redskins executives met with potential replacements after the season ended. Moves this week show team President Bruce Allen and the front office believe changes in personnel not coaching will be enough to improve a defense that ranked 17th in the NFL and struggled after a strong start.Browns departure by trade or release was hardly surprising after he saw the writing on the wall from losing his starting job in December. Brown, 29, had two seasons left on a $21 million, three-year contract he signed with Washington last spring.McGee was a salary-cap casualty at a position Washington has plenty of young depth in Jonathan Allen, Daron Payne, Matt Ioannidis and Tim Settle. An injury limited McGee, 29, to eight games last season.Safety has been a revolving door for the Redskins in recent years, and they could turn over both starters at the position from the start of last season. They released D.J. Swearinger late in 2018 after repeated criticism of the coaching staff, and Montae Nicholsons future is uncertain after he was arrested and charged with assault and battery in December.The big changes arent restricted to defense. Keenum is expected to compete with Colt McCoy, the only healthy QB on the roster with Alex Smith expected to miss all of 2019 with a broken right leg.We all feel great about Colt without a doubt, but hes had his injury history as well, and we anticipate a competitive camp with those two guys, coach Jay Gruden said. And if we add a third guy via the draft or somewhere else, well roll the ball out there and let them play Deshazor Everett Jersey , but I feel good about Colt and Cases skill set. They are very similar, so itll be easy to draw up plays for those two guys. Hogs Haven takes a look at 2019 NFL Draft prospects who could contribute to the Redskins"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins RecapsEDTShareTweetShareShareIs Christian Wilkins Too Good To Pass On If The Redskins Have The Chance To Select Him?Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY SportsChristian Wilkins, DLSchool: Clemson | Conference: ACCCollege Experience: Senior | Age: 23Height / Weight: 6-3 / 315 lbsProjected Draft Status: 1st RoundNFL Comparison: Fletcher CoxCollege StatisticsPlayer OverviewChristian Wilkins was a 5-star prospect from Suffield, Connecticut who was tight-lipped about who he was leaning towards the entire recruiting process. Wilkins played his decision close to the chest and announced he would be attending Clemson late in the recruiting season. He chose the Tigers over Penn State, Alabama, Ohio State, and Stanford to name a few. He got to work immediately as a freshman contributing on the field behind Kevin Dodd and Carlos Watkins. Wilkins entered the starting lineup the next season after Dodd graduated to the NFL. He quickly and clearly established himself as a force not only on Clemsons defensive line but in the country. Wilkins could have left for the NFL after the 2017 season. He finished his degree in 2.5 years so schoolwork wasnt a concern but at the end of that season got a 2nd round grade from the draft advisory board. Wilkins knew he was a 1st round talent, and most of the draft pundit thought so too, but he wanted to go back to school to solidify that. Wilkins had another great season and won another championship with his teammates. Outside of his success on the football field he is known for his high character, attractive personality, and leadership skills. The team that selects Wilkins will not only be getting a first round talent but also a potential face of the franchise type player. StrengthsGood size, strength, and agility for the position.Disruptive, plays with explosive burst and agility. Can split gaps and give offensive linemen fits. Shows power and good functional strength. Can overpower linemen and even at times take them off their feet. Shows good lateral movement for a defensive linemen and can pursue and close in on the ball carrier quickly. Shows really good awareness and vision and knows how to fight through blocks and match the trajectory of the ball carrier in the run game.As a pass rusher he also uses his strength, power, and lower body to collapse the pocket. Hands are heavy and powerful. Uses his agility, flexibility, and speed to work inside and is relentless in his effort to get to the quarterback. Commands double teams. Forces QBs to move and affects throws. Hands are also active in passing lanes and he can bat them down.Team player. Asked to do everything under the sun for Clemson. Play RB? Check. Play Linebacker? Check. Play Safety? Check. Catch passes on punt fakes? Check. Drop into coverage? Check.Regarded as a likable, high character person with great leadership abilities. WeaknessesDoesnt have the ideal length you want out of your DL players. When faced with more quality OL he had a harder time separating himself. Lets see his work:More Christian Wilkins videosHow He Would Fit On The RedskinsWilkins is a player I would categorize as too good to pass up on if he made it to 15. From a talent perspective hes a top 10 pick but because of the depth of other positions in this draft and the desperation for quarterbacks it could be possible that Wilkins somehow slips. He could play any position on the defensive line but I think its best if he move outside to DE where he could show off all his physical skills. Adding a player of his caliber and with his potential could arguably make the Redskins defensive line the best in the league especially after he learns some things from coach Tomsula. As I mentioned in Zach Allens profile the Redskins identity is their defensive line. Wilkins not only would elevate the unit but really hammer home some of the character and leadership rebuilding that the team has needed and has just started to undergo. If Wilkins is there at 15 the Redskins have to consider him.