Need to Know: The next five things on Gruden and the Redskins’ to-do list | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Friday, April 4, three days before the Redskins start their offseason workouts. Nickel coverage Here are five things that are next for the Redskins after the DeSean Jackson signing. Get on the field—Offseason workouts start on Monday.
Redskins now have options in the return game
Because of his value on offense, where he will start opposite Pierre Garcon, Jackson doesn’t seem likely to receive the full-time punt return duties. But a scenario in which Roberts – who will serve as the third receiver and have a lighter offensive load – handles the bulk of these duties, and some Jackson sprinkled in here and there definitely seems like a strong possibility.
Redskins add third quarterback in Colt McCoy
The signing gives Washington three quarterbacks on the roster. The Redskins have Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins and had elected not to re-sign 11-year veteran Rex Grossman.
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RGIII on DJax signing: 'We haven't won anything yet' - NFL.com
"It's an exciting time to be a Redskins fan and a part of this team because of the firepower that we have," Griffin said, according to Mike Jones of The Washington Post. "Everyone needs to understand that we haven't won anything yet, and these next few months will be about building those bonds and chemistry so that we can."
Skins can't forget Alfred Morris' importance - NFC East Blog - ESPN
"Jay sees the offense through the eyes of the quarterback, and having played the position, he has a great deal of respect for the position," said Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said at the NFL owners meetings in this Washington Post story. "He’ll say these guys are the luckiest guys because he would’ve given his right arm – left arm, I guess – to have the opportunity to be an NFL quarterback. So, he really is conscientious of that. He really has things unfold through the eyes of the quarterback."
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Ryan Clark Prepares To Run The Defense
Ryan Clark returns to the Washington Redskins after eight years in Pittsburgh. On the day he signed, the safety talked about assuming a leadership role in the locker room and his priorities in the latter half of his career.