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Stock up, stock down for the Redskins’ win over Packers
Need to Know: The Redskins’ stock around the league went up with their impressive win over the Packers and there were some individual rises in the wake of the game. 
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What we learned from Redskins' Week 3 win
The Redskins defeated the Packers 31-17, and Rich Tandler has five key observations from the big win.
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Redskins vs. Packers: Good, Bad, Ugly
It's rainy, cold and the Redskins are in desperate need of a Week 3 win. Here's the good, the bad and the ugly for Week 3.
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Final pregame thoughts on Redskins vs. Packers
Need to Know: A last look before the Redskins and Packers kickoff—it should be a better day for the wide receivers and Adrian Peterson. 
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Redskins cut Perriman, promote Bibbs
 The Redskins did some roster shuffling prior to their game against the Packers tomorrow, according to multiple reports.
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The Redskins week that was — Under pressure, run game woes
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins week that was includes a defense that was good enough to win last week and a running game that couldn’t get untracked.
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Lauvao out, O-line will have to shuffle
The Redskins will be missing one starter on the offensive line and they will do some moving around to cover for his absence. 
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Expect Rodgers to be ready despite missed practices
Aaron Rodgers won’t have much practice time this week, but it would be foolish to expect anything less than his best when he faces the Redskins on Sunday. 
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Smith just wants to execute vs. Rodgers and the Packers
Around Redskins Park—Alex Smith says that the Redskins can’t panic about scoring on Sunday and D.J. Swearinger has a pro tip on a particular throw. 
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Redskins vs. Packers then and now
Rich Tandler looks at the Packers-Redskins series from the first time they met plus a preview of Sunday’s matchup.
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If Lauvao is out against the Packers, Redskins will shuffle their O-line
The Redskins may have to replace left guard Shawn Lauvao on Sunday, and if they do, they will have to move some of their interior linemen around. 
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Five Redskins under pressure vs. Packers
Need to Know: The Redskins have an opportunity to change the narrative surrounding them and get a big win on Sunday. Here are five players who need to step up for that to happen. 
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Is Gruden too run happy on first down?
The Redskins are not a consistently strong running team. Yet, Jay Gruden has called for them to hand the ball off on first down more often than any other team this year. Is he putting his team in a hole? 
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First look at Redskins vs. Packers
Need to Know: The Redskins should expect an effective Aaron Rodgers on Sunday even though he may not be 100 percent healthy. 
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The Redskins’ inconsistency is a consistent issue
Following up an impressive win with a listless loss has been a way of life for the Redskins over most of the past few years. 
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Last look at Redskins vs. Colts
Need to Know: In retrospect, it looked like the Redskins were in trouble after the first half of the first quarter against the Colts. Tandler closes the book on the dismal loss.
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Skins add receiver Michael Floyd after signing Perriman
The Redskins used Monday to focus on their receiver depth, signing Michael Floyd just a short time after also signing Breshad Perriman.
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Redskins sign former first round-pick Breshad Perriman
The Redskins are thin at receiver, but added to that depth Monday, signing former Ravens wide receiver Breshad Perriman.
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5 plays that decided Redskins vs. Colts
The Redskins had their chances to be more competitive during their loss to the Colts, but some key plays didn’t go their way. 
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Redskins stock up, stock down Week 2 vs. Colts
Need to Know: The Redskins who saw their stocks fall during their listless loss to the Colts and some who actually saw their stock go up. 
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What we learned from Redskins' disappointing Week 2
The Redskins looked listless and flat in their 2018 home-opener in Week 2 against the Colts. Here are Rich Tandler's five key observations.
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Redskins vs. Colts: Good, Bad, Ugly
The good, the bad and the ugly from the Redskins' Week 2 home-opener against the Colts.
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Redskins vs. Colts inactives: Who is in, who is out?
Redskins wide receiver Maurice Harris is out for the second straight game but there is good news about the Redskins’ other injured receiver.
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Final thoughts on Redskins vs. Colts
TUNE IN: DeAngelo Hall is back with the rest of the 'Redskins Kickoff Live' crew on NBC Sports Washington as we get you ready for Redskins-Colts.
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The Redskins week that was—Thompson is in good company
Need to Know: The Redskins week that was looking at stock up and down, Peterson’s recovery time, and Chris Thompson in good company. 
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Two wide receivers are questionable for the Redskins
The Redskins might get receiver Maurice Harris back into the lineup but there are concerns about one of the starters at that position.
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Around Redskins Park — Adrian Peterson is fitting right in
Need to Know: A look at what’s happening around Redskins Park including Peterson’s workload, Brian Quick’s return, and a possible upgrade at safety.
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Redskins vs. Colts then and now
Rich Tandler looks at the Colts-Redskins series from the first time they met plus a preview of Sunday’s matchup.
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Five Redskins under pressure vs. the Colts
Need to Know: All NFL players are under pressure, but every game the spotlight is brighter on some than it is on others. Here are five Redskins under heavy scrutiny on Sunday. 
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Redskins get back to work on their normal weekly schedule
A look at the week ahead for the Redskins as they resume a normal schedule, get a break regarding the weather, and Alex Smith speaks. 
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First look at Redskins vs. Colts
Need to Know: It’s been seven years since the Redskins started 2-0. Here’s a first look at the team that’s in the way of them getting there this year.
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Redskins make the logical move in bringing back Quick
Some injuries sustained against the Cardinals on Sunday forced the Redskins to make some roster moves. 
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Last look at Redskins vs. Cardinals
Need to Know: Before moving on to the next game, let’s take one last look at a dominating win.  
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Redskins relied on a productive 1-2 punch at RB to win
Adrian Peterson and Chris Thompson had the most productive day that any pair of Redskins running backs has had in over a decade. 
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Redskins stock up, stock down from Week 1
Need to Know: The Redskins dominated the Cardinals on Sunday and a lot of players saw their stock skyrocket. Others had stocks that were fairly flat or down slightly. 
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Five key observations from the Redskins' big win
The Redskins dominated the Cardinals. Rich Tandler takes a look at how they did it and has some observations on the future. 
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Instant analysis from Redskins' dominant win over Cardinals
Rich Tandler's instant analysis following the Redskins' Week 1 win over the Arizona Cardinals.
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Redskins vs. Cardinals: Good, bad, ugly
The good, the bad and the ugly from the Redskins' impressive 24-6 win over the Cardinals in Week 1.
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Redskins vs. Cardinals Week 1 Inactives: As expected, WR Harris out
The Redskins will take the field in Week 1 with limited injuries and ailments to their top performers.
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Need to Know: Final look at Redskins vs. Cardinals
Need to Know: Finally, it’s time. Tandler takes a last look at today’s game and at the season ahead. WATCH LIVE: 'Redskins Kickoff Live' begins at 3 p.m. on NBC Sports Washington.
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The Redskins week that was—Upgraded run defense, Norman excited
Need to Know: During the Redskins week that was we heard an excited Josh Norman and a confident Jordan Reed and the team made a move to boost the run D.
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Will Alex Smith be ready for the opener?
Need to Know: Jay Gruden has yet to win a season opener, and if Alex Smith can protect the ball, the Redskins will have a good chance of breaking that streak.
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Redskins vs. Cardinals then and now
Rich Tandler looks at the Cardinals-Redskins series from the first time they met plus a preview of Sunday’s matchup.
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Good health for Reed, Thompson is great news for the Redskins
Need to Know: It looks like two key offensive players will be in good health for the season opener. That is good news for the Redskins, and in particular, for Alex Smith. 
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Redskins move Marshall to IR, sign veteran linebacker
On Wednesday, the Redskins made a roster move that has long been anticipated and signed some special teams help. 
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First look at Redskins vs. Cardinals
The Cardinals are, in their words, reloading this year but they have plenty of holdover talent for the Redskins to deal with including stars at running back, cornerback, and edge rusher. 
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Redskins’ roster churn is down from last year
Need to Know: Roster turnover in the NFL is inevitable, but it’s slowing down in Washington. 
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Redskins upgrade rush defense by adding Brantley
The Redskins did lose some pass rush productivity in moving on from Anthony Lanier, but Caleb Brantley can rush the passer and he should upgrade the rushing defense. 
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Redskins cap space sufficient but tight going into the season
Need to Know: The Redskins have enough salary cap to take care of the charges that pop up during the season, but they don’t have much to spare. 
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Five pivotal games for the 2018 Redskins
Every game is important, but it seems that some have a little more juice and importance than others. Here are five such games for the 2018 Redskins. 
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Redskins' problems in season openers can be traced to turnovers
Need to Know: Jay Gruden talked about the team’s problems in season openers. He could have said just one word—turnovers.
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Redskins will be shorthanded at Sunday's practice
After reducing their roster to 53 players, the Redskins will be shorthanded on the field today as they work to assemble their practice squad. 
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Redskins youth movement continues as roster is reduced
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins' roster cuts and who remains including the numbers surrounding the team's youth movement. 
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The Redskins' 53-man roster is set (for now)
Here are the 53 players who are on the Redskins roster after the 4 p.m. deadline to get down to the limit. 
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Redskins announce roster cuts to get to 53
The Redskins roster cutdown deadline was today at 4 p.m. Here is who did not make the cut.
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The Redskins week that was—Hidden factors in roster selection, O-linemen becoming scarce
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins week that was includes hidden roster selection factors and a scary scarcity of offensive linemen. 
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Final Redskins 53-man roster projection
The deadline is fast approaching. Here is who Tandler thinks will be left on the Redskins roster at 4 p.m. on Saturday. 
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Final 2018 Redskins' 53-man roster projection
OTAs, minicamp, training camp, and the preseason games are in the rearview mirror. The 90 players on the Redskins roster have had their chances to show that they belong on the final 53-man roster. The...
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Redskins stock up, stock down after the Ravens game
Need to Know: It was the last chance for players on the bubble to show what they can do. Some saw their stock go up and others, well, not so much.
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Five observations from the Redskins' loss in Baltimore
What were the key takeaways from the Redskins final 2018 preseason game?
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Notes from Redskins-Ravens preseason finale
The preseason is finally over. What did we see in the final tune up before the games start to count?
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Need To Know: Redskins hot topics
A spin around some Redskins hot topics including Ryan Anderson's need to produce, Tress Way's good August and a potential search for a fullback. 
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It's not all head-to-head battles now for Skins
The clock is ticking down to the final roster cuts on Saturday and many of the battles for remaining jobs involve more than two players. 
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Hidden factors will decide many Redskins roster battles
Need to Know: Many focus on splash plays when trying to figure out which players will make the final cut. But the deciding factors go much deeper than that. 
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Colt McCoy's injured thumb should be OK for season-opener
There was a bit of a scare for the Redskins when Colt McCoy suffered a thumb injury but it looks like he will be fine for the season opener. 
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Two key Redskins offensive players on track to play Week 1
Two important Redskins offensive players have not played at all in the preseason, but both should be ready to go in Week 1 against the Cardinals.
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Redskins wide receiver competition going down to the wire
Need to Know: The Redskins are set at the top of the wide receiver depth chart but behind the starters, there is plenty of intrigue.
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Reasons for concern about the 2018 Redskins
The Redskins upgraded a number of positions over the offseason but areas that merit concern remain. Here is a look at five of them. 
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Like the Redskins, other NFL teams are pulling their QBs early in the preseason
The Redskins played Alex Smith sparingly during the preseason, going with a trend that may be taking hold in the NFL as teams opt to keep their signal callers safe on the sideline in the games that don't cou
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Redskins' Gruden values injury avoidance over prep time for starters
Need to Know: Jay Gruden made a decision to err on the side of player safety when deciding how much the Redskins starters would play in the preseason. 
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The Redskins week that was—Cam Sims is a disrupter, reasons for optimism
Need to Know: The Redskins week that was looks at a receiver who has forced himself into the roster conversation and some reasons to like the 2018 Redskins. 
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Redskins 53-man roster projection, v. 3.0
Time is running short for players on the bubble to make a final push to get a spot on the 53-man roster. Who will make it and who will fall short?
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Redskins stock up, stock down after the Broncos game
Need to Know: The Redskins did not look good against the Broncos last night and we'll examine some players who did not look good. Also, who saw their stock rise last night. 
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Five observations from Redskins' plodding preseason loss
Thumbs up: Adrian Peterson. Thumbs down: Everything else. Here are Rich Tandler's five takeaways from the Redskins’ 29-17 loss to the Broncos.
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Instant analysis: Redskins Week 3 loss to Broncos
Rich Tandler's instant analysis following the Redskins 29-17 preseason loss to the Denver Broncos.
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Redskins' 'dress rehearsal' game will feature some understudies
Need to Know: The Redskins will go into their third preseason game, the "dress rehearsal," without a few key players. But one big part of the offense is expected to play. 
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Five reasons to be optimistic about the 2018 Redskins
Need to Know: The Redskins have been in the doldrums the past few years. Here are some reasons to believe that they will take off in 2018. 
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Perhaps Cardinals QBs, not O-line, to blame for Peterson’s 2017 struggles
Adrian Peterson put some blame on the offensive lines he ran behind for his struggles the last couple of years. But were those lines really that bad? 
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Examining the numbers game on the Redskins O-line
Need to Know: The Redskins went light on numbers on the offensive line last year and then injuries hit hard. Will they carry more this year? 
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Contract makes Peterson a no-risk acquisition
The Redskins signed Adrian Peterson for the NFL minimum salary and that's only one of the team-friendly aspects of the deal. 
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The forecast for Redskins Park today is a media circus
Need to Know: A look at a few different talking points today including an expected mass of media at Redskins practice and sorting fact from fiction when it comes to injuries. 
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Is Adrian Peterson a good fit with the Redskins?
Adrian Peterson is one of the best running backs in NFL history. But at age 33 is he the right back for the 2018 Redskins?
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Smith believes that his new Redskins teammates are 'all in'
Alex Smith has had hundreds of different teammates in his 12 years in the NFL and he thinks he has a good group with him now. 
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Peterson visit part of Redskins contingency planning at running back
Need to Know: The Redskins are creating a stir bringing in veteran running backs, but Jay Gruden said that they're just covering their bases. 
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A good sign for the Redskins’ running game?
Need to Know: We have some early indications that the Redskins may be better rushing the ball than they were in 2017. 
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After releasing Martez Carter the Redskins are thin at running back
The Redskins were already short at the running back position before waiving Martez Carter with an injury designation. They are expected to bring in backs to try out on Sunday.
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The Redskins week that was—The brawl, the flinch, and following the money
Need to Know: A look back at the hot topics of the last week is about a couple of angles on the Jets practices and a surprise release. 
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Redskins 53-man roster projection, ver. 2.0
The preseason has done little to clarify which side of the bubble many players are on, but here we go with Tandler's second 53-man roster projection. 
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Redskins stock up, stock down after Jets game
Need to Know: A look at who was up and who was down (and a player who was both) after the Redskins' preseason game against the Jets Thursday night. 
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Five observations from Redskins preseason win over the Jets
T [1]he Redskins pulled it out late in Week 2 of the preseason against the visiting Jets. What did we notice about the team along the way? [1] https://www.instagram.com/richtandler/
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5 field goals lead Redskins past Jets
The offense looked good at times, but ultimately couldn't punch it into the end zone. Luckily Dustin Hopkins was on his game.
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Redskins starters training camp one-liners, defense
With the focus at training camp often going to backups and players on the bubble, here's a look at how the defensive starters performed in camp, one-liners style. 
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How many Redskins starters will take the field against the Jets?
Need to Know: The Redskins have a preseason game tonight, so it's time for another edition of "who the heck is going to play?"
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There's good and bad news with 'Skins injuries
The Redskins break camp having suffered one high-impact injury, but with some rehabbing players rounding into form. 
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Redskins starters training camp one-liners, offense
The focus during training camp is usually on the long shots and backups clawing for roster spots. Here is a look at how the offensive starters performed in Richmond, one-liner style. 
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Redskins have faith in their young CBs but will keep options open
Need to Know: The release of Orlando Scandrick showed the confidence the Redskins have in their young corners. But they also have a Plan B in mind. 
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Redskins release CB Orlando Scandrick
Orlando Scandrick’s career with the Redskins ended without him even playing a game.
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Redskins' Gruden would like clarification on the new helmet rule
Need to Know: A team of NFL officials came to Richmond to try to explain the new rule regarding leading with the helmet, but Jay Gruden isn't satisfied. 
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Redskins-Jets joint practice report, Day 2
Follow along as Tandler live blogs about the football--and whatever else transpires--from the sidelines at Redskins training camp. 
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Time's running out for the Redskins long shots
There is still time for some of the long shots on the Redskins roster to make a push to make the final cut but, as they say, it gets late early. 
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Boys will be boys but Redskins-Jets brawl got dangerous
Need to Know: The Redskins and Jets had a fight that very nearly became an ugly situation. 
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Redskins-Jets joint practice report, Day 1
Sam Darnold and the Jets are in Richmond for three days of joint practices with the Redskins. Follow along live from the sideline. 
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How Davis' injury affects the Redskins' WR depth chart
Every injury in the NFL has ripple effects, even when the injured player is on the roster bubble. A look at what the loss of Robert Davis does to the Redskins' wide receiver room. 
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QB Alex Smith gets his first shot against another team as Redskins QB
Need to Know: Many of the Redskins' starters, including QB Alex Smith, will take their shots against players from another team today as the Jets come to Richmond. 
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Report: Leg injury puts Redskins WR Robert Davis out for the season
The Redskins have lost another offensive player for the season with a leg injury. 
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Redskins training camp practice report, Day 12
Live Redskins practice report: Follow along as the Redskins resume practice in Richmond following their preseason opener. 
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The Redskins week that was—Stock rising for long shots, Gruden’s smart schedule shuffle
Need to Know: A look at the Redskins week that was including a "genius" Jay Gruden move, talk (and nothing more) about a DJax return, and players with rising stock. 
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History says that Redskins won’t sign a veteran or make a trade to replace Guice
The Redskins have options to try to replace the injured Derrius Guice. But recent history indicates that they will go with players they already have on the roster. 
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Redskins stock up, stock down after Patriots game
Need to Know: Who played well enough to have his stock rise? And who experienced declining stock? Tandler takes a look.
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Five key Redskins preseason opener observations
How did the Redskins lineup look? Were things really all that bad? Don't panic just yet. Here's what we learned, and what we can take away from the defeat.
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Redskins vs. Patriots play-by-play recap
Things looked okay, but then, not so much. Tandler breaks down the Redskins' preseason opener, one step at a time. 
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Who will play for the Redskins vs. the Patriots and for how long?
Need to Know: Since Jay Gruden won't tell us much about who will play tonight against the Patriots and for how long, we take out the crystal ball to try to figure it out. 
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Which Redskins are locks to make the 53-man roster?
As the Redskins start up their preseason against the Patriots thursday you will hear a lot about competition for roster spots. How much of it is already locked in?
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Redskins' TE Reed is ramping up to full speed after toe surgery
Need to Know: As they are with Trent Williams, the Redskins are going slowly with working Jordan Reed into a full-time role in their offense. 
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Camp Battles: Answering questions about the RB competition
Some Redskins running backs are fighting for jobs and there are lots of angles to examine when trying to figure out who has the inside track. 
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Redskins continue to take things slowly with Trent Williams
Need to Know: Trent Williams is unlikely to play against the Patriots on Thursday as the team tries to balance preparation and preservation. 
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Gruden's 'genius' move has saved the Redskins practice schedule from weather disruptions
Jay Gruden changed up the Redskins' Richmond practice schedule, a move that has paid big dividends already.
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Josh Norman can't go another year without an INT
During practice over the weekend, Josh Norman made a spectacular interception, something the Redskins hope he can do in games this year. 
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Redskins training camp practice report, Day 10
Follow along live as the Redskins continue training camp in Richmond. 
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Will more physical camp lead to more wins during the year?
Need to Know: Jay Gruden has ramped up the intensity at training camp in the hope that it will lead to more wins when the games start to count. 
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Redskins training camp practice report, Day 9
We're up and running at today's Redskins training camp practice. Follow along with our reports live from the sideline. 
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Stock rising for these Redskins roster long shots
Need to Know: These Redskins have a better chance of making the team now than they did when training camp started. 
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Redskins training camp practice report, Day 8
Redskins practice report: If you can't be in Richmond for Fan Appreciation Day, follow along as Tandler tells you what's going on from the sidelines. 
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For the Redskins, before there was Gibbs, there was Beathard
Bobby Beathard preceded Joe Gibbs in Washington. Thanks to the work they did together for the Redskins, Beathard now follows Gibbs into the Hall of Fame. 
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The Redskins week that was—Thompson talks about Guice, biggest problem may be solved
Need to Know: The Redskins week that was looks at the first week of camp with Thompson talking about Guice, practice reports, and Dez. 
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After a quiet week, Redskins WR Paul Richardson makes a highlight play
Redskins WR Paul Richardson was brought in to make big plays. We had not seen much of that ability until practice on Wednesday. 
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Special teams will be critical in determining roster battles
Need to Know: Making great catches in practice will help a wide receiver make the 53-man roster, but doing the dirty work on special teams will help even more. 
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Redskins training camp practice report, Day 7
Follow along as we track the happenings at Redskins Practice in Richmond. 
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Is Rob Kelley a lock to make the Redskins' 53-man roster?
Need to Know: There is a lot of competition at running back but has Rob Kelley already secured a roster spot? 
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Redskins, Preston Smith have not started contract talks
Preston Smith is a good performer at a premium position for the Redskins but neither side has made a move to tie Smith to Washington beyond this year. 
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DeAngelo Hall officially retiring
The longest-tenured Redskin has officially announced his retirement. 
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Redskins training camp practice report, Day 6
The Redskins complete their first week of practice in Richmond. Follow along live from the sideline at the Bon Secours training center. 
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Redskins RB Thompson still on the road to recovery from broken leg
Chris Thompson looked great running the ball on Tuesday, but that's in part because of a "hands-off" order for the defense. 
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Redskins' OLB Anderson went to work after disappointing rookie year
Need to Know: The Redskins are counting on Ryan Anderson to improve in his rookie year and he has gone to work to try to make it happen. 
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Redskins training camp practice report, Day 5
Follow along live as we report what's going on at Redskins training camp from the sidelines. 
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Redskins' Nicholson maintains underdog mentality
Redskins' safety Montae Nicholson was sorely missed when he was injured last year. He is following the examples set by veterans and keeping an underdog mentality to try to stay on the field. 
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Weather could disrupt Redskins practice this week
Need to Know: The weather could disrupt Redskins practices in Richmond this week and without an indoor practice facility available to them there's not much they can do about it. 
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2018 Redskins' 53-man roster prediction 1.0
We're less than a week into training camp, but in the NFL it gets late early for those trying to make the 53-man roster. Here is Tandler's first prediction. 
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WR Maurice Harris making his case for roster spot
Play of the day: Maurice Harris' leaping end zone catch on Sunday is another indication that he is in position to make the 53-man roster coming out of training camp. 
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Redskins trying to find a spot for CB Fabian Moreau
Need to Know: The Redskins are trying out Fabian Moreau out at slot corner in an effort to get the talented second-year player on the field more. 
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Redskins training camp practice report, Day 4
We're reporting live from the sidelines at the Redskins' training camp facility. Observations and analysis updated frequently throughout practice. 
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Reed's new treatment for toe problems is producing results
The Redskins have had a few injury setbacks during training camp but on the positive side, three key offensive players who were injured last year are progressing well. 
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Payne's injury a concern but far from a crisis
Need to Know: Daron Payne's ankle injury will be a setback for him but the lingering effects are likely to be minimal. 
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Doctson says he's healthy and his performance backs him up
Josh Doctson says he is healthy and ready for the season. So far, what he has done on the field is practice backs up what he says. 
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LIVE Redskins training camp practice report, Day 3
Follow along live as this report gets continually updated throughout practice. 
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Smith's subtle moves in the pocket can add up big impact for the Redskins
Play of the day: The play didn't go for a huge gain but Alex Smith's ability to shuffle around in the pocket could pay off big for the Redskins. 
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Redskins' running back battles are fierce and complicated
Need to Know: The Redskins' running back battles are very competitive and playing out on multiple levels. 
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Smith says he feels like a 'young 34' and plays like it, too
Alex Smith is getting up there in years but that doesn't seem to have hampered his play with the Redskins much so far. 
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LIVE Redskins training camp practice report, Day 2
Bringing you Day 2 of Redskins training camp live from the field in Richmond.
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Play of the Day: Nicholson and Doctson get matched up deep
Play of the day: The health question marks seemed to be a thing of the past as two key players matched up on the first day of training camp. 
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Have the Redskins fixed their biggest problem area?
Need to Know: The Redskins have a talented defensive front now and they believe it will fix one of their biggest problems from last year. 
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Redskins agree to extension with Colt McCoy
The backup QB will be staying in the nation's capital for another season.
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Jay Gruden has "great expectations" for this year's Redskins
The Redskins are coming off of a rough season but Jay Gruden sees reasons for optimism at every position group. 
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Redskins training camp practice report, Day 1
Follow along as we cover the Redskins' first practice of their 2018 training camp. 
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Gruden says that Redskins rookie RB Guice is 'strong, strong, strong, strong'
Need to Know: The Redskins are in reasonably good health and Jay Gruden is impressed with the physical ability of rookie Derrius Guice. 
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Two Redskins to start camp on PUP list
Two Redskins players will start training camp on the physically unable to perform list and some others will get a light workload early on.
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Freak accident sidelines corner Josh Holsey
Skins' corner Josh Holsey will miss the start of training camp after a random accident injures his foot. 
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Dunbar, Moreau must step up for the cornerback position to remain effective
2018 position outlook: The Redskins had an effective secondary last year, but they must replace two of their three cornerbacks. 
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11 Redskins predictions on defense
Need to Know: How many sacks for Kerrigan and Smith? Will Josh Norman get an interception? Tandler makes his annual predictions. 
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Ranking the 2018 Redskins roster: Revealing the top 15
Our rankings of the 2018 Redskins wrap up with the reveal of the top 15, the group of guys who should really lead the Burgundy and Gold this year.
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Thompson says he'll be ready for camp but will go slowly
There will be no PUP list stint for Chris Thompson. He said he will be ready for the start of training camp but he will take it slowly to make sure his broken fibula is fully healed. 
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11 Redskins predictions on offense
Need to Know: How many yards passing for Alex Smith? Another Pro Bowl for Trent? Tandler makes his annual predictions. 
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Nicholson's health key for the Redskins at safety
Position outlook: What had been a longtime weakness became a strength for the Redskins last year and the unit could improve even more in 2018. 
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Redskins training camp preview—Defense
Need to Know: Some Redskins need to have a big training camp including Ryan Anderson, their second-year linebacker who must produce in 2018. 
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Redskins training camp preview—Offense
Need to Know: With training camp starting in just a few days, here is what Tandler will be looking for on the offensive side of the ball. 
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The Redskins week that was—Cousins and leadership, D-line potential
Need to Know: The week that was featured position previews, another look at the Alexander pick, and divided opinions on Cousins. 
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Starters at inside LB for the Redskins set but reserves will scramble for jobs
Redskins position outlook: Mason Foster and Zach Brown are set to start at inside linebacker but there is plenty of competition for jobs behind them. 
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The best cornerbacks the Redskins will face in 2018
Need to Know: Alex Smith and the Redskins' receivers will be challenged by some of the top cornerbacks in the NFL in 2018.
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Ranking the 2018 Redskins Roster: Revealing 16-30
The reveal of our 2018 Redskins roster ranking continues with 16-30, a group that includes the top draft pick and the team's leading rusher in 2016. 
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The best pass rushers the Redskins will face in 2018
Need to Know: Clay Matthews, Vic Beasley, and Jason Pierre-Paul didn't make the cut on the list of the five best pass rushers the Redskins will face in 2018. 
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The pass rush must continue to be a strength for the Redskins
2018 position outlook: The Redskins had a top-10 pass rush in 2017 and they will need a repeat performance despite the departure of a key player on the unit. 
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The best running backs the Redskins will face in 2018
Need to Know: The revamped Redskins rushing defense will face the league's best running back and the No. 2 pick of the draft twice each in 2018. 
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Ranking the Redskins 2018 roster
Which Washington Redskins players will matter the most in 2018? Some members of our Redskins coverage team are here to rank the players in order of who they think will have the biggest impact this season. 
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Ranking the 2018 Redskins Roster: 31-53
We're off an running with our annual ranking of the Redskins roster. Today we reveal 31-53. 
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The best receivers the Redskins will face in 2018
Need to Know: In 2018 the Redskins will face four of the NFL's 10 leading receivers from last season. 
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Can the Redskins defensive line live up to its potential?
Need to Know: After years of neglect, the Redskins have invested high draft picks in the defensive line. Will it pay off in 2018?
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The best quarterbacks the Redskins will face in 2018
Need to Know: The Redskins play some of the best quarterbacks in the league this season; here are the ones at the top of the list. 
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The five best teams the Redskins will play in 2018
Need to Know: The Redskins appear to have a tough slate in 2018; here is a look at the five best teams they play. 
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Adonis Alexander
The Redskins week that was—Breaking down the Alexander pick and Madden ratings
Need to Know: The Redskins week that was looks at a draft in July, talk of a Junior Galette return, and more.
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Did the Redskins upgrade at QB with Alex Smith?
Redskins 2018 position outlook: Alex Smith has proven himself to be a very solid NFL quarterback but he wants a ring to validate his career.
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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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