What I'm watching in the Washington Redskins' OTAs - ESPN
While counting down the days until they're in pads when we can really learn something, these are the things I’ll try to watch for during Wednesday’s OTA session open to the media:
The differences between 1-gap and 2-gap principles on the Redskins’ defensive line
BY MARK BULLOCK
Redskins mailbag: Sean McVay and the offense, plus the future for Moss
Jury convicts suspect in Sean Taylor slaying trial | Comcast SportsNet Washington
OTAs Day Eight: Sights and Sounds of LB Drills
Get a behind the scenes look at day eight of Redskins OTAs with the Redskins linebackers putting in work.
Keenan Robinson Ready To Step Up
With a starting position open at middle linebacker, Keenan Robinson hopes he can avoid the injury bug and prove his worth to the Redskins coaches in 2014.
Redskins TE Jordan Reed should get more deep passes in 2014 | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Redskins tight end Jordan Reed lived in the short area of the field in his rookie 2013 season. He was targeted 60 times (all stats via Pro Football Focus unless noted) last year and only two of those passes traveled 20 or more yards in the air.
All-NFC East: Plenty of quality at wide receiver | Comcast SportsNet Washington
The best Washington Redskins WR no one is talking about | Washington Redskins
Washington Redskins look for leader to replace London Fletcher - ESPN
London Fletcher’s play wasn’t the same a year ago, his run as a Pro Bowl linebacker over. Fletcher, though, remained a presence on the field...