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I got so many good questions on Twitter and on the Real Redskins Facebook page that I decided to do a two-parter. Here's Part One from yesterday, let's get rolling to the rest of them.
Washington Redskins starters: Defense, special teams - ESPN
The Washington Redskins didn't ditch their defensive boss, even after a rough year and a coaching change. But they did tweak the lineup and it's possible that nearly half of the players who start this season will be new to the lineup, though only two would have been added in the offseason (Jason Hatcher, Ryan Clark).
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, June 26, 28 days before the Redskins start training camp. Three and out —Jason Hatcher seems to be doing well. He tweeted on Tuesday that he is off of crutches and starting his rehab at Redskins Park.
The Redskins 2014 draft class has been in Ohio this week at the annual Rookie Symposium, which is designed to aid first-year players in their transition to being professionals.
We will be featuring a different Washington Redskins player each day on this list, staying away from rookies or some second-year players still finding
I got a ton of good questions on both Twitter and on the Real Redskins Facebook page so we're going to do a two-part post here. If you don't see your question answered here, check back tomorrow. Let's get rolling.
ESPN.com Washington Redskins reporter John Keim compares having a first-time head coach like Jay Gruden to a veteran such as Mike Shanahan, who had
Redskins tight end Jordan Reed set franchise records in his rookie year. Can the former third-round pick make the leap to a Pro Bowl star in his second season? Dan Hanzus weighs in.
DeSean Jackson’s departure from the Eagles got all the attention, and for good reason. He was coming off a Pro Bowl season, put up great numbers and was still under contract. Avant was 31, saw his role diminish over the course of the season, and his contract expired after the season. Avant signed with the Carolina Panthers. This week, he told the Charlotte Observer that he knew his days as a Kelly employee were numbered "maybe four games into last season. When they stop calling your number and guys start running some of the routes that you run – I knew from the beginning that I didn’t fit his style of offense, in that I’m a crafty guy that gets open in an atypical way."
The guarantee is part of a revised settlement in a contentious lawsuit filed by about 5,000 retired players who accused the league of hiding the dangers of concussions from them.