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Daily Slop : Gibbs Tabbed Tenth Best Football Coach; Raheem Morris Injects Attitude Into Team's Secondary

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Brian Orakpo: Washington Redskins fans are lucky -
Brian Orakpo is famous for a lunch date gone wrong with a Geico caveman. But he has plenty to say about the Redskins' upcoming RG3-tastic season.

Santana Moss on RGIII: ‘He’s going to get it done’ - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Wide receiver has more flattering words for his quarterback.

Feds: Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin target of extortion - ESPN
A former Baylor basketball player is facing a federal extortion charge for allegedly threatening to release derogatory information about Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III unless he was paid.

Washington Redskins Defensive Stars | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
I thought it would be fun during the offseason to take a look at the Redskins positional groups, and see where they rank in relation to one another. I will evaluate who these positions are expected to produce, to see where the Redskins stand, and where they will be looking to improve. Yesterday I started with the offense.

Brian Orakpo, Gilbert Gottfried do Eastern Motors jingle - DC Sports Bog - The Washington Post
Redskins linebacker and quirky comedian add their names to the list of Eastern song singers.

The Redskins Blog | Gibbs Tabbed Tenth Best Football Coach
He led the Washington Redskins to three Super Bowl titles and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, so it might come as no surprise that Joe Gibbs was recently ranked by one organization as one of the top football coaches of all time.

The Redskins Blog | 10 For 80: Jon Jansen
"Playing offensive line, you’re going to get banged up, but you lead by example playing through it," Jansen told the Washington Times in 2007. "I like proving I’m tougher than the next guy."

Morris Injects Attitude Into Team's Secondary
"I told him yesterday to get away from me because he was yelling at Kyle [Shanahan], so I couldn’t pay attention at practice," defensive coordinator Jim Haslett said with a chuckle. "He enjoys football. We’ve got a guy with enthusiasm, and you’ve got to enjoy that."

Fantasy week: Robert Griffin III - NFC East Blog - ESPN
But as a fantasy quarterback, it's entirely possible he'll gain enough yards on the ground to outperform his No. 15 preseason ranking. And if you're thinking about whether to draft him late as a backup with upside, that's the reason to take a chance. Having a quarterback who runs is like having an extra running back in your lineup on certain weeks. It can make all the difference.

What will Moss' role be? - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
In 2011, Moss had his worst season since 2002, when he was a returner and reserve receiver for the Jets. And then the Redskins added Pierre Garçon and Josh Morgan as free agents and have been talking up a bigger role for second-year receiver Leonard Hankerson. It appeared that Moss, a Redskin since 2005, and his $2.65 million salary could be gone.

NFL Videos: RG3 on rookie symposium speeches
Redskins QB Robert Griffin III gives his thoughts on the valuable words of wisdom from Michael Vick and Adam Jones, and delivers a message to teammate Brian Orakpo.

NFL Videos: High expectations for Redskins
Brian Orakpo joins Warren Sapp on "NFL Total Access" to weigh in on what he believes will be a revitalized 2012 season for Redskins fans.

Michael Vick inspired RG3
Robert Griffin III was moved the most by Vick's speech, saying that he could listen to Philly's signal caller talk all day. RG3 was 11 years old when Vick started in 2001 and the humbled Griffin explained he was 'inspired to play football by guys like him[Vick].'

Bullet points: Will Banks make it? - Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
A few quick thoughts to get your Tuesday morning going: Although this is not an official prediction, it does’t look like the Redskins are headed for the playoffs this year. They don’t need to do that to have a successful season. The Redskins need to be exciting, relevant to the NFL conversation, and win more than half of their home games. That would give them something to build on in 2013.

Rookie Draft History Lesson |

Chad Parsons takes a look through previous dynasty rookie drafts in this case study.