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How the addition of Alexander affects the Redskins' DB depth chart
Need to Know: The addition of defensive back Adonis Alexander could have ripple effects all over the Redskins' roster. 
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Upside outweighed risk in Redskins' selection of Alexander
There was some risk in the Redskins' supplemental draft pick Adonis Alexander. But for them, the potential rewards outweighed the possible downside. 
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The Redskins by the numbers—Turnover ratio a big problem in 2017
Need to Know: All NFL teams have a hard time being successful with a negative turnover ratio. Last year, the Redskins had a tougher time with turnovers than most. They will need to fix that in 2018.
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Redskins take talented-but-troubled DB in supplemental draft
The Redskins have made a Supplemental Draft pick for the first time in almost a decade. Here's some background.
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If Guice is legitimate, the Redskins running game could explode
In the next edition of his position preview, Tandler takes a look at the running backs, including Samaje Perine's upside and Rob Kelley's future.
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Did Gruden call passes too often when the Redskins were leading?
Need to Know: Unlike most successful teams, the Redskins passed when they had the lead more often than most successful teams. But Jay Gruden didn't have much of a choice.
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49 years ago it was Lombardi and Redskins in Carlisle
It was 49 years ago that the Redskins had their first and only training camp with Vince Lombardi. 
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The Redskins' interceptions leaders since 1992
Need to Know: The Redskins' leader in interceptions since 1992 is the same guy as their all-time leader in picks. 
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Washington Redskins outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan celebrates after recording a sack against the Denver Broncos
The Redskins' sack leaders since 1992
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins' sack leaders since 1992 makes it clear that, with one exception, the team has had problems developing and keeping good pass rushers. 
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Santana Moss USAT
The Redskins' leading pass catchers since 1992
Need to Know: Santana Moss tops the Redskins in receiving yards since 1992 and it's not even close. 
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The Redskins' leading rushers since 1992
Need to Know: Who is in between Clinton Portis and Alfred Morris on the list of the Redskins leading rushers since 1992? 
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Redskins' leading passers since 1992
Need to Know: Looking at the Redskins' leading passers since the last time they went to the Super Bowl. 
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Will the Redskins make a trade to upgrade at guard?
Redskins position outlook: The Redskins have some good players on the inside of their O-line but depth and left guard could be weak links. 
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Will the Redskins improve defensively in 2018?
Need to Know: The Redskins should be stronger against the run this year but will they maintain their solid pass defense? 
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The five highest-paid Redskins in 2018
Need to Know: Happy Independence Day! We're celebrating some good American prosperity by looking at which Redskins will get the biggest weekly paychecks in 2018.
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Will Alex Smith pass for 4,000 yards this year?
Need to Know: Last year with the Chiefs Alex Smith passed for over 4,000 yards. Can he do it again this year with the Redskins?
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A return to health the key for Redskins' tackles in 2018
Redskins position outlook: The Redskins took injury hits at tackle to both the starters and reserves last year. Better luck will help the Redskins' offense this year. 
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The Redskins must turn around their troubles vs. the Cowboys
Need to Know: The Redskins have had problems with the Cowboys with Kirk Cousins under center and Jay Gruden as the head coach. Cousins is gone, can Alex Smith and Gruden turn it around?
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The Redskins by the numbers—Lost fumbles were an issue last year
Need to Know: A look at some Redskins statistical odds and ends.
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The Redskins week that was—Secondary outlook, stock up-down
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins week that was includes a player whose stock is down due to luck and the outlook for the Redskins' secondary in 2018. 
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The 2018 Redskins are likely to have 12 players 30 or older on the roster
Need to Know: The Redskins are likely to have 12 players age 30 or older on their roster. But are they really an aging team? 
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The Redskins tight ends will follow Jordan Reed's lead
Redskins position outlook: Few positions on the team are more volatile than tight end, where the health of Jordan Reed is a critical factor. 
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Have the Redskins put dysfunction behind them?
Need to Know: After a couple of drafts are the dysfunction problems that have plagued the Redskins for years now behind them? 
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Can Derrius Guice top 1,000 yards rushing as a rookie?
Need to Know: There are high expectations for Redskins rookie RB Derrius Guice. What are the chances he rushes for over 1,000 yards in 2018?
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Redskins receivers could boom or bust in 2018
Redskins position outlook: There is a lot of potential in the Redskins wide receiver group but only one of them has proven to be a consistent producer.
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Breaking down the chances of the 2018 Redskins having a winning record
Need to Know: A fan who thinks the Redskins will finish with a losing record asked Tandler what he thinks. Out came the imaginary casino chips. 
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Comparing the 2015 playoff Redskins to this year's team
How does the last Redskins team, with Kirk Cousins at quarterback and Jordan Reed having a career year, compare to this year's group? 
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What’s the outlook for the Redskins’ secondary in 2018?
Need to Know: I'm answering fan questions this week, and this one is about changes in the Redskins' secondary, which was pretty good last year. 
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Jay Gruden knows the pressure is on him in 2018
Need to Know: By his own words, Jay Gruden has acknowledged that his Redskins need to win in 2018. 
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The Redskins week that was—Roster competition, Brown vs. Pryor
Need to Know: The week that was looks at roster competition in name only, Brown vs. Pryor, and Alex Smith and the top 100. 
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Redskins face a tough road test against the Titans in Week 16
Redskins schedule preview: The Redskins could have a lot riding on their Week 16 trip to Nashville to play a tough Titans team. 
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Redskins stock watch—Three up, three down
Need to Know: The fortunes of players can shift between the end of a season and the start of training camp. Here are three Redskins who are better off and three who aren't looking as good. 
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Five Redskins on the bubble who could make the roster
Need to Know: Looking at some Redskins who are in a position to steal a roster spot if the opportunity arises. 
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With Jags no longer a joke, Redskins face tough task in Week 15
The last time the Redskins played Jacksonville the Jaguars were one of the league's laughingstocks. It should be a different story 
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Alex Smith understands that expectations will be high immediately
Need to Know: Alex Smith understands that his learning curve must end when Week 1 comes around. Also, Jonathan Allen's progress and the possibility of no QB3 again this year. 
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Trotz's departure reminiscent of Gibbs' resignation in 1993
The departure of Barry Trotz as the Caps' head coach was reminiscent of the resignation of the previous coach who had brought a title to Washington. 
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Post-minicamp Redskins 53-man roster projection—Defense
Need to Know: With training camp a little over five weeks away, here is Tandler's roster projection on the defensive side of the ball. 
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Redskins will look to knock off champion Eagles in Weeks 13 and 17
Schedule preview: After the Redskins had beaten the Eagles five straight times, Philly swept them last year en route to their Super Bowl title. 
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Post-minicamp Redskins 53-man roster projection—Offense
Need to Know: After OTAs and minicamp, the Redskins' 53-man roster is beginning to take shape. Here's Tandler's latest projection. 
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The Redskins' best players who are 25 or younger
Need to Know: The Redskins could have nine Week 1 starters aged 25 or younger. 
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Redskins week that was—Biggest offseason moves, next men up
Need to Know: Our weekly look at the hottest topics of the past week including key injury replacements and ranking the offseason moves. 
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Redskins face dynamic Deshaun Watson in Week 11
Redskins schedule preview: The Texans were 4-12 last year but they had to deal with injuries to QB Deshaun Watson and DE J.J. Watt. They should be better when they play the Redskins in Week 11. 
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Long break underway for Redskins
Need to Know: After Jay Gruden canceled the last day of minicamp the team got a head start on a six-week break. But not everyone will be idle until training camp starts.
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Redskins sign third-round draft pick Geron Christian Sr
The Redskins now have their entire 2018 draft class under contract. 
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Cowboys guard Zach Martin's extension is good news for Redskins' Brandon Scherff
Cowboys guard Zach Martin is signing a contract extension that will make him the second-highest paid offensive lineman in football. Brandon Scherff is smiling. 
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Five top Redskins performers during the offseason practices
Need to Know: The Redskins' offseason practices are over and here are some of the top performers during those sessions. 
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Reserves get some reps as Redskins finish up minicamp
Redskins practice report: Jay Gruden decided to give the reserves most of the reps on the final day of minicamp. 
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Gruden says Alex Smith needs to be effective starting Week 1
Need to Know: Some Jay Gruden quotes and Tandler's comments including the need for the new quarterback to be ready to be effective right off the bat. 
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The ring's the thing for 1987 replacement Redskins
The Redskins gave some long-overdue recognition to a group of players who helped get them a title. 
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Observations from Day 1 of Redskins minicamp
Redskins practice report, Day 1: Alex Smith remained sharp and decisive, showing good rhythm with his three top wide receivers. 
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Gruden has a Redskins team he can trust as minicamp starts
Need to Know: As Jay Gruden starts his fifth season in Washington, he has a core group of veterans he can rely on to help him focus on the big picture. 
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Redskins face Bucs' monster D-line plus D-Jax in Week 10
Redskins schedule preview: In Week 10 this year, the Redskins and Bucs meet for the first time since Cousins told us, "You like that!"
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Five Redskins backups who could start games in 2018
Need to Know: Nearly every NFL player is a play or two away from being thrust into the starting lineup. Here are five reserves who seem likely to start games for the 2018 Redskins.
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Ranking the biggest moves of the Redskins' offseason
Need to Know: The Redskins got stability at the most important position in sports in the biggest move of their offseason. 
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The Redskins week that was—2018 expectations, OTA questions and answers
Need to Know: A look back at the Redskins week that was--OTA observations, advanced interception stats, wide receiver competition and keeping up with the Caps. 
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Caps' Cup puts the pressure on the Redskins to start winning
The Redskins are no longer the last local team to have won a title and they need to return to glory if they want to stay on top of the DC sports scene. 
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Looking at the 2018 Redskins' weak spots
Need to Know: Nearly every team in the NFL has some weaknesses to work on and the Redskins certainly are no exception. 
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Redskins are up against another tough schedule in 2018
The Redskins faced the third toughest schedule in the NFL last year and it doesn't look like things will get any easier this year.
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Competition on Redskins' WR depth chart is heating up
Need to Know: The Redskins' three starters at wide receiver are set but there is plenty of competition for key roles and jobs behind them. 
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Smith and Crowder connect often in third open OTA
The Redskins had a workmanlike OTA session and rookies Trey Quinn and Derrius Guice continued to look like they belong, while Jamison Crowder got open plenty. 
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Redskins OTAs free from QB drama, for a change
Need to Know: A look at a few topics around Redskins Park as the offseason program nears the end including a decided lack of quarterback drama and a need for more one-on-one work. 
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Redskins have a big opportunity for red zone improvement
The Redskins ranked 16th in scoring touchdowns in the red zone last year, but they have room for improvement in one key area there. 
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Looking at the 2018 Redskins' areas of strength
Need to Know: The Redskins are not a perfect team but they do have their strong points; here is a look at them. 
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Redskins will try to break slump vs. Falcons in Week 9
Schedule series: The Redskins have beaten the Falcons just once since 1993. They will be looking to reverse that trend in Week 9 in FedEx Field.
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The Redskins week that was—Guice has plenty of confidence, Doctson is gaining it
Need to Know: Josh Doctson says that he's gaining confidence, something that is not a problem for Derrius Guice.
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What are reasonable expectations for the 2018 Redskins?
Need to Know: How many wins will it take to make most Redskins fans happy with the results of the 2018 season? 
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Grading the Redskins draft
Need to Know: Looking back at Tandler's assessment of the Redskins' draft.
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A big deal coming for Redskins' Brandon Scherff
Need to Know: When a top interior lineman gets a large free agent contract, Brandon Scherff benefits.
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The most valuable Redskins over the past five years
Need to Know: A look at the top performers for the Redskins over the past five years. 
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The pressure is on Redskins' young cornerbacks
Need to Know: The Redskins will not have a couple of last year's top-line cornerbacks on the roster this year and some younger players will have to step up. 
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Opportunity is knocking for some young Redskins players
Need to Know: Change is a positive for these players, who could get bigger roles after the departures of some veterans. 
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Redskins will have a lot of starter stability in 2018
Need to Know: The Redskins were a mediocre 7-9 last year but they won't undergo changes to their starting personnel in 2018. 
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A look at the Redskins' key 2019 free agents
Need to Know: While 2019 is a long time from now, these players are entering their contract years and we know what effect that can have on performance. 
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A closer look at Alex Smith's contract with the Redskins
Need to Know: The contract extension that Alex Smith signed with the Redskins is not a high-end deal by NFL starting QB standards but it still will take up a good chunk of cap space. 
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The Redskins week that was—OTA report, fans excited about young D-line
Need to Know: Breaking down the Redskins' dead cap and a good sign that the fans appreciate the big guys on the line are among the topics covered in this edition of the Redskins week that was. 
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Redskins absorbing rule changes involving kickoffs, lowering helmet
Two NFL rule changes could have major effects on the game and the Redskins are just starting the process of figuring out how to handle them. 
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Redskins' Jay Gruden and Alex Smith from the podium
Need to Know: Both Jay Gruden and Alex Smith talked at the podium at Redskins Park on Wednesday. Here are some key quotes and Tandler's comments.
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Redskins OTA practice report—QB Alex Smith sharp
Wet fields pushed the Redkins indoors for their OTA session on Wednesday. Here are observations from the spirited practice. 
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What to look for at Redskins OTAs
Redskins OTAs got underway yesterday and the media can watch today. Here's what Tandler will be looking for. 
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Redskins' Kouandjio likely out for the season
At best, the Redskins lost some experienced depth when Arie Kouandjio suffered what turns out to be a season-ending quad injury.
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Pre-OTAs Redskins player one-liners, defense
Need to Know: Taking a look at the defensive players expected to make the Redskins roster, one-liner style. 
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Schedule preview: Redskins hope to gain ground in series vs. Giants
Schedule preview: The Redskins have suffered ugly losses to the Giants to end each of the last two seasons. They will try to change their fortunes this year. 
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Pre-OTAs Redskins player one-liners, offense
Need to Know: As the Redskins get ready for OTAs, Tandler takes a look at every player likely to make the team on offense, one-liner style. 
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Tandler's Take—The best- and worst-case scenarios for the 2018 Redskins
Need to Know: What happens if most of the variables surrounding the 2018 Redskins go in a positive direction? And what happens if things go south? 
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The Redskins week that was—Rookie camp report, Guice a fan favorite
Need to Know: A look back at rookie camp, a look forward to 2021, and how fragile is the popularity of rookie Derrius Guice?
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The Redskins need to beat the Cowboys in 2018
The Redskins have not beaten the Cowboys at all in their last four tries and haven't beaten them at home since 2012. If that doesn't change, the Redskins will have a hard time improving their record.
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Predicting best- and worst-case stats for Redskins on defense
Need to Know: Will the Redskins defense produce more big plays this year? Or will the worst-case scenarios play out? 
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Predicting best- and worst-case stats for Redskins on offense
Need to Know: The Redskins hope that all of their offensive weapons, both new and carryover, will perform at top efficiency in 2018. But the truth is that some will peak and others will be in valleys. 
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Can the Redskins break through against Cam Newton in Week 6?
Schedule preview: The Redskins have not beaten a Panthers team with Cam Newton playing QB. Bad luck or a bad matchup? We'll get more data this year in Week 6. 
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A post-draft look at the possible Redskins defense three years from now
Need to Know: Don't look now but the Redskins have the parts to field a defense that could still be going strong in 2021. 
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Kouandjio to undergo surgery on quad, per report
Last week we reported that Redskins guard Arie Kouandjio had suffered a quad injury.
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A post-draft look at the possible Redskins offense three years from now
Need to Know: The Redskins have some good, young talent on the offensive side of the ball. What could the offensive personnel look like in 2021?
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DeAngelo Hall reportedly hanging up his cleats
The longest-tenured Redskin is set to retire. 
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Redskins will return to scene of 2017 debacle in Week 5
Schedule preview: The Redskins' worst loss in years took place in the Superdome in Week 11. They return to the scene of that collapse early this season. 
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Redskins are (very) early underdogs in most of their 2018 games
Need to Know: Tandler's Three and Out looks at the very early betting lines not looking favorable, the upcoming schedule, and, of course, left guard. 
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Redskins 2017 draft picks who must step up this season
Need to Know: If the 2018 Redskins are going to improve some players who were rookies last year need to take a second-year leap. Here are some of the most likely to pull it off. 
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The Redskins week that was—Midway through the offseason, the roster bubble
Need to Know: The hot topics during the Redskins week included the roster bubble and, for a change, compensatory draft picks. 
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Redskins rookie camp practice report
The Redskins held the first session of their rookie minicamp on Friday. Here are Tandler's observations. 
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What to look for at Redskins rookie minicamp
Need to Know: The Redskins draft picks, undrafted free agents and plenty of players just hoping for a chance will take the field today in Ashburn for rookie minicamp.
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Skins sign seven draft picks to NFL contracts
The Redskins have already signed seven of their eight draft picks to deals, just before rookie minicamp.
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Who on the Redskins has rising stock and who is down?
Need to Know: In the NFL, a player's fortune can change without him playing a down. Here are three Redskins whose stock is up after free agency and the draft and three who are down. 
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Redskins should have four compensatory picks coming their way
The books are closed on the main part of the calculation of compensatory draft picks and things look good for the Redskins in that department. 
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How do the Redskins stack up in the NFC East?
Need to Know: The Redskins have improved but so have their three main rivals. How do they stack up in the NFC East? 
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Can the Redskins contain Aaron Rodgers in Week 3?
Schedule preview: The Redskins are 2-2 against the Packers with Aaron Rodgers at quarterback. They will get the chance to get over .500 against him in Week 3.
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Will the Redskins trying a 34-year-old QB for the third time be a charm?
Need to Know: For the third time since 2004, the Redskins have traded for a 34-year-old quarterback to be their starter. Will Alex Smith be better than Mark Brunell and Donovan McNabb?
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Redskins schedule preview: Week 2 vs. Colts
Redskins schedule preview: Andrew Luck may play his first game regular season game at FedEx Field but we will have to see if he can get his throwing arm back in shape. 
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Ranking the Redskins' 2018 draft picks
Need to Know: While the Redskins had a successful draft, some individual picks were better than others. Tandler ranks them 1-8. 
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Examining the Redskins' roster bubble—Defense
Need to Know: It's early but the roster bubble is beginning to form. Take a look at who is battling for a job on defense. 
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Derrius Guice runs the ball against the Louisville Cardinals
The Redskins week that was—Roster projection, high fan approval of Guice, Payne
Need to Know: The draft and who will make the 53-man roster dominated the Redskins week that was.
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Redskins bring back Lauvao
Meet the Redskins' new possible starting left guard, same as the old starting left guard. 
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Redskins' revamped rushing D will get a strong Week 1 test
Redskins schedule preview: In the season opener, Cardinals RB David Johnson will give the revamped Washington rushing defense a tough test. 
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Examining the Redskins' roster bubble—Offense
Need to Know: The competition for Redskins roster spots is underway as workouts proceed at Redskins Park. Here are some offensive players battling to be on the right side of the bubble.
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How much can the rookies help the Redskins' rushing game woes?
Can players the Redskins took in this year's draft turn around the rushing woes on both sides of the ball? 
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After the Redskins' draft, whose jobs may be in danger?
Need to Know: The Redskins had a solid draft and that means that in the zero-sum game of NFL roster composition, some Redskins who were on the roster last year may not be around in 2018. 
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What are reasonable expectations for the four Alabama defenders?
The Redskins have drafted four defensive players from Alabama the last two years.
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Setting the odds on the Redskins' 2018 win total
Need to Know: We know who most of the key players are going to be and what the schedule looks like, so it's time to break out the imaginary casino chips and set the odds on the Redskins 2018 win total. 
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Allen dismisses talk of a move to Raiders
Appearing on the radio, Bruce Allen said that the talk of him going to join the Raiders organization is just talk. But does that close the case completely?
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Will the Redskins make a change at punt returner?
Jamison Crowder struggled with punt returns last year, particularly with ball security. The Redskins' two seventh-round picks offer interesting alternatives. 
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Projecting the Redskins' 53-man roster—Defense
Need to Know. The Redskins haven't had a single practice yet but it's still not too early to project who will make the team's roster on defense.  
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After D-line draft haul, Redskins move on from McClain, Francis
The Redskins loaded up on big defensive linemen in the draft and today they released two of them who were on their roster. 
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Will the Redskins move Nsekhe to guard after drafting Christian?
The Redskins spent a third-round pick on a tackle when they already have two quality starters and a solid backup. Does the team drafting Geron Christian signal another move?
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Projecting the Redskins' 53-man roster—Offense
Need to Know: It's too early to get into roster projections but that never stops Tandler. Here's his first post-draft look at who is likely to make it. 
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Grading the Redskins' draft
Tandler's Take: We won't know the results of the Redskins' draft for a couple of years but the process is in the books so it's fair to evaluate that right now. 
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Redskins make SMU WR Quinn Mr. Irrelevant
The Redskins got to pick Mr. Irrelevant in the NFL draft and they took a player who was quite relevant in college football last year. ​
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Redskins pick another Hokie with DB Stroman in the seventh
The Redskins added another Hokie with cornerback, and potential punt returner, Greg Stroman.
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Shaun Dion Hamilton
Redskins continue to roll with the Tide, take LB Hamilton
The Redskins added another Alabama defender to their collection in the sixth round of the draft.
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Tim Settle
The Redskins now have lots of D-line options after drafting Settle
The Redskins give themselves an array of D-line options with the addition of Virginia Tech nose tackle Tim Settle.
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Troy Apke
Redskins go with a safety in the fourth round
Redskins' took a speedy safety who could immediately help on special teams in the fourth round of the NFL draft.
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Running game addressed, what's next for the Redskins?
The Redskins had problems running the ball and stopping the run last year. They went a long way towards solving those problems on Thursday and Friday. So what's in store on Saturday?
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Are the Redskins in a position where they are forced to draft for need?
Need to Know: We all know that the Redskins' proclamation that they will draft the best available player didn't really hold water. But in drafting for need, they did what they have to do. 
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Redskins use third-round pick on raw Louisville OT
The Redskins used their third-round draft pick on Louisville offensive lineman Geron Christian, a project with great upside. 
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Redskins take Guice in the second round
The Redskins bypassed Derrius Guice once and later traded back with him on the clock. But they couldn't leaving him on the board when he was there late in the second. 
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Redskins trade back in second round
The Redskins had a chance to draft LSU running back Derrius Guice with the No. 12 pick in the second round. But the team decided to trade back instead. 
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A look at the Redskins D-line depth chart after they added Payne
For the first time in a long time, the Redskins will be able to line up four homegrown players on their defensive line. 
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What's next in the draft for the Redskins?
Need to Know: The Redskins checked a need off of their list in the first round last night. Where can they go as the draft resumes for rounds two and three tomorrow?
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Redskins hope Payne will be able to solidify a porous run defense
The Redskins were the NFL's worst rushing defense last year and they need Da'Ron Payne to help them there right away. Pass rush can come later. 
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Redskins fill a need with their top pick
The Redskins bypassed two higher-rated defensive players and filled a need in the first round, taking an Alabama defensive lineman for the second straight year. 
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Who will be left on the board for the Redskins at No. 13?
Need to Know: If you want to know who the Redskins will draft in the first round, you have to know who will be on the board. Tandler takes a stab at figuring it out. 
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The Redskins aren't big on analytics but awareness of trends will affect the draft
The Redskins are no known as a team that is into analytics and Moneyball but they are aware of trends that could influence who they pick tomorrow. 
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The Redskins are going to draft the best available player, unless they aren't
Doug Williams said that the Redskins would draft the best available player but he later listed some exceptions. 
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Final Redskins seven-round mock draft
Need to Know: If you like the big guys you'll love the top of Tandler's final Redskins mock draft. 
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Redskins will listen to draft trade offers but a trade up is unlikely
The Redskins will pick up the phone if it rings during the draft on Thursday night but Doug Williams said that a deal to move up is unlikely. 
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The Redskins' draft strategy is shifting
The Redskins' draft strategy used to focus on the passing game but that has shifted over the last few years and that new trend should continue this year. 
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Alex Smith will need to be a fast learner for the Redskins to be successful
Need to Know: It took Alex Smith about half a season to get comfortable in Andy Reid's offense when he was traded to Kansas City. He'll need to pick up Jay Gruden's system more quickly. 
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Vegas lacks faith in 2018 Redskins
Need to Know: If the Redskins want to play the disrespect and underdog cards this year they will have plenty of chances to do so. 
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Setting the final odds on the Redskins first-round draft pick
Need to Know: With the draft just three days away it's time to close the window and take the final bets on who will be the Redskins' first-round pick. 
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Five safe draft picks for the Redskins
Need to Know: Sometimes in the draft, you shouldn't overthink things and just take the safe pick. Here a five such possible picks for the Redskins. 
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The Redskins week that was—All-Redskins mock, fast-fading interest in Dez
Need to Know: In the Redskins week that was we look at an all-Redskins mock draft, trade potential in the real draft and the intense but brief fan interest in Dez Bryant. 
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Redskins' schedule "rest disparity" is very fair in 2018
The Giants complained about a scheduling problem. The NFL immediately went to fix it and, in a surprise, the solution wasn't at the expense of the Redskins.
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Clarifying the confusion about the Redskins' Week 16 game at the Titans
The Redskins have a "TBD" by the date and time of one of their games. What's the deal?
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Need to Know: Five pivotal games on the Redskins' schedule
Need to Know: All NFL games are important but some seem to be a little more important than others. At first glance at the Redskins’ schedule, these seem to be the five most pivotal games. 
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Redskins 2018 regular-season schedule is here
The release of the Redskins schedule revealed a tough road stretch late in the year which includes a Thanksgiving Day game for the third straight year. 
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Sony Michel has what the Redskins need at running back
Draft countdown: The Redskins have made no secret of the fact that they are looking for an upgrade at running back. Sony Michel could be the right player at the right place in the draft. 
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The NFL fills in the blanks on the Redskins' schedule Thursday night
Since the 2017 regular ended we’ve known who the Redskins will play this coming season and we have known where the games will be played. Tonight we find out the when. 
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Five players who are wild cards for the 2018 Redskins
Need to Know: These Redskins could hold the key to the 2018 season and it's hard to predict what the team will get out of them. 
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Is the Redskins' starter at left guard on the roster now?
As of right now, a player the Redskins cut last September is at the top of their depth chart at left guard. Could it stay that way?
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The Redskins with the most to gain during OTAs
Need to Know: Although not much gets decided in the spring, these Redskins could set themselves up to compete for key roles if they get it done during the offseason program
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Versatile DB Minkah Fitzpatrick could be too talented to leave on the board
Draft countdown: Alabama DB Minkah Fitzpatrick could be too good for the Redskins to bypass at No. 13.
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On average, the mock drafts like Vita Vea going to the Redskins
Need to Know: One website crunched the numbers and found that a Redskins fan favorite is favored to become the team's first-round draft pick. 
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Redskins pick up 2019 option on Pro Bowl guard Brandon Scherff
In a move that surprised absolutely no one, the Redskins have utilized their option to lock up Brandon Scherff for another year. 
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Nsekhe signs tender as workouts begin
One key Redskin signed his tender just as offseason workouts begin. 
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Redskins 2018 season preparation gets underway today
Need to Know: It won't look much like football at this point, but the Redskins' formal preparation for the coming season gets underway with voluntary workouts. 
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The Redskins have a draft need at every position
Need to Know: Between needs for starters, depth, and injury protection, the Redskins could draft a player at any position. 
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The Redskins week that was—A new NFL mock draft, maximizing James' aibilities
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins week that was jas a new mock draft, maximizing talent, and a warning that it's lying season in the NFL. 
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The Dallas Cowboys release WR Dez Bryant after meeting with Jerry Jones
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter and Todd Archer, the Dallas Cowboys have released wide receiver Dez Bryant. 
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Is the draft talent pool deep enough for the Redskins to trade back?
It's no secret that the Redskins are going to listen to offers to trade down. However, they need to be careful about moving back to far in a shallow draft pool. 
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Seven-round Redskins mock draft
Need to Know: Tandler takes his crack at predicting all eight of the Redskins' draft picks over seven rounds. 
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Five possible Redskins second-round picks
Need to Know: The Redskins' first-round pick has been heavily scrutinized and analyzed so it's time to move on and look at where they might go in the second round. 
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If the Redskins draft James they must commit to maximizing his ability
Draft countdown: The Redskins could bypass greater needs elsewhere and take Derwin James but they would have to give him every opportunity to be an impact player. 
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Lamar Jackson in the 2016 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl
Should Redskins fans believe what Doug Williams said about drafting a QB?
Need to Know: You know it's lying season when Doug Williams tries to convince everyone the Redskins would take a quarterback with their top draft pick. Or any other pick, for that matter.
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The best Redskins players drafted in the middle rounds
Need to Know: The Redskins can turn a good draft into a great one with some success in the fourth and fifth rounds. Here are the best players the Redskin have taken there recently. 
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Plenty of roster churn coming as Redskins look for the right mix
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins' current roster, which has 15 open spots and plenty of nose tackles. 
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O-lineman visits the Redskins and what it will take to get back the third rounder
Need to Know: Looking at some draft topics including a visit by a Day 3 lineman, what the Redskins are saying their first-round plan is, and how a hot QB could help the Redskins. 
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The Redskins week that was—50-50 success for Doctson, Taylor's potential impact
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins week that was goes into Josh Doctson's chances for success, a close look at running back need, and the potential impact of Phil Taylor. 
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Who is the favorite to be the Redskins' top draft pick?
Need to Know: The chances that the Redskins' first-round pick will be a defensive player look very strong. Tandler breaks out the casino chips and sets the odds on which one it will be. 
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RB Nick Chubb can grind for yards inside or outside
Draft countdown: Nick Chubb can gain yards up the middle and on the edge. But there are questions about his abilities in the passing game and a knee injury from three years ago. 
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2019 salary cap may drive some draft day decisions
Need to Know: The Redskins may have to let go of some veteran players next year. They might start preparing for that in this year's draft. 
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Can Taylor make an impact with the Redskins after missing three seasons?
Phil Taylor is trying to make it back into the NFL after not playing a regular season game in three full seasons. What does history say about his chances?
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What will the Redskins’ choices be at pick No. 13?
Need to Know: There are many combinations of players who could be available to the Redskins at pick No. 13. Tandler explores some scenarios. 
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Redskins re-sign NT Phil Taylor
His last NFL game was in November 2014, but the Redskins have decided to bring back NT Phil Taylor once again. 
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RB Ronald Jones has great instincts but he a fit in Washington?
Draft countdown: Ronald Jones was very productive in college but is he fast enough to shine at the NFL level? 
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How much cap room will the Redskins' 2018 draft picks take up?
Need to Know: How much cap space will the Redskins need to sign their eight draft picks? The answer may surprise you. 
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What will the Redskins do with their remaining money?
The Redskins still have some salary cap money left; will they spend it or roll it over? Plus a glance at the draft in 2019 in a Monday five pack.
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Redskins' Doctson needs 50-50 chances to be successful
Need to Know: The Redskins believe that they have a quarterback who can better take advantage of Josh Doctson's skills. But time will tell if that is true. 
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The Redskins week that was—Stars out for OTAs, opportunity knocking
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins week that was includes starters ruled out of OTAs already, a new edge rusher, and opportunity knocking.
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Will Roquan Smith be the best available player for the Redskins at No. 13?
Draft countdown: Roquan Smith might not fill an immediate need for the Redskins but will they take him if he's the best available player?
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An opportunity for Fish Smithson to to earn a role with the Redskins
Need to Know: The Redskins now officially have a hole at safety. Will Fish Smithson fill it?
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The pressure is on Redskins' Moreau, Dunbar
Need to Know: The Redskins got a veteran to help but they will be putting their hopes on two young, inexperienced players at cornerback. 
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Redskins get pennies on the dollar for 2016 second-round pick
There apparently was little competition for Su'a Cravens' services so the Redskins have to move their former second-round pick for a fire sale price. 
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Would Vea solve a longtime need for the Redskins?
Draft Countdown: The Redskins have played the 3-4 defense for nine seasons without a true nose tackle. Perhaps they will be able to solve that problem in this draft.
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The Redskins never considered drafting a rookie starting QB for 2018
Need to Know: When the Redskins started planning for Kirk Cousins' departure they never seriously considered going with a rookie QB this year. 
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Three Redskins offensive starters will miss OTAs
With all of the injuries to key players, the Redskins suffered last season, some of it was bound to leak over into 2018. 
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Looking at the Redskins' 2018 roster turnover
Need to Know: Change is a constant in the NFL. How different will the 2018 Redskins be from last year's version?
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Redskins announce signing of edge rusher McPhee
Outside linebacker Pernell McPhee visited the Redskins a week ago and on Monday he decided that he wanted to stick around. 
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Unique style prospect RB Derrius Guice could bring to D.C.
Redskins draft countdown: Running back Derrius Guice would bring a new style of running to Washington along with a whole toolbox full of moves.
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Is Roquan Smith still in play for the Redskins at pick 13?
Need to Know: Today's three and out looks at the Redskins' left guard situation, trading up in the draft, and if inside linebacker Roquan Smith still makes sense at pick 13.' 
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Opportunity is knocking for some young Redskins players
Need to Know: The Redskins moves and non-moves in free agency have left the door open for several younger players to get increased roles in 2018.
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The Redskins week that was—D-line scoop, Alex Smith's big deal
Need to Know: A look at the week that was includes still looking for help on the defensive line and the revelation of Alex Smith's big contract. 
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WR Washington's numbers don't impress but he could be a solution
Redskins Draft Countdown: Oklahoma State WR James Washington didn't wow anyone with his combine numbers but he plays bigger and faster than the stats say he should. 
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Redskins withdraw contract offer to Galette
It looks like the Redskins and Junior Galette will head their separate ways. 
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