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Saturday Slop: Looking back at the Redskins Offseason

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A look at the top Redskins stories around the web.

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Lache Seastrunk: What Can Redskins Fans Expect This Season | Fanspeak.com

fter a plummet into the 6th round, Seastrunk found his home in the Washington Redskins offense, which will use his speed to their advantage. Seastrunk with his blinding speed will prove to be a very good compliment to Alfred Morris and will hopefully be groomed to be the teams replacement to Roy Helu under the assumption he leaves in FA next year.

Insiders Knock Redskins Offseason | ESPN Redskins Blog


ESPN insider Mike Sando analyzed every team's offseason and combined grades with former NFL general manager Bill Polian, former NFL executive Louis Riddick and former NFL scout Matt Williamson to form a consensus. The Redskins received a C grade Insider.

Redskins Mailbag Part 1 | ESPN Redskins Blog

With the heavy lifting on the roster completed, the questions in Part 1 of the mailbag now turn to different topics: Mike Shanahan's philosophy regarding the offensive line; Brandon Jenkins' role; what must Brian Orakpo do to stick around? Makes for a nice variety. Enjoy.

Redskins Mailbag Part 2 | ESPN Redskins Blog

For the second round of the mailbag, there is a little on Bashaud Breeland, more on Trent Murphy, Jay Gruden's style compared to Mike Shanahan and more. Enjoy.

Redskins OTA To Do List: Defense | CSN Washington

The busy portion of the free agency period is over. The draft and rookie minicamp are in the rearview, as well. Now comes the hard part for first year head coach Jay Gruden: putting it all together. With OTAs set to begin Tuesday, Redskins Insiders Tarik El-Bashir and Rich Tandler are going examine the top items on Gruden's to-do list as he prepares the Redskins for training camp in Richmond.

Ryan Grant What Can Fans Expect This Year | Fanspeak.com