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Sunday Slop: June 8th

A look at the top Redskins stories around the web.

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Washington Redskins retooled O-Line a good thing for RGIII | Washington Post

In free agency, Redskins President and General Manager Bruce Allen acquired new starting guard Shawn Lauvao. Then Allen selected tackle Morgan Moses and guard Spencer Long in the third round of the NFL draft. With former guard Kory Lichtensteiger moving to center, the Redskins envision having a better and deeper group in front of Griffin. Cynical Redskins observers would argue the team's line couldn't be much worse at protecting quarterbacks.

Redskins Mailbag Part 2 | ESPN Redskins Blog

It can be a tricky pairing, especially as a player ages. Santana Moss used to have nagging injuries, though since his first season he has played in at least 14 games every year but one. And in five of the past six years he has played in every game. DeSean Jackson has dealt with these in the past, so it makes you wonder how much of an issue it will be (though he has only missed nine games in six seasons). Point is, I really don't know. But I've wondered the same thing. Also, a receiver has to have something to fall back on as his speed decreases; Moss could shift to other roles because he improved as a route runner.

McCoy Understands his role with the Redskins | ESPN Redskins Blog

At one point, early in his career, it looked like it might go different for quarterback Colt McCoy. And then it changed. He went from an interesting young player for the Cleveland Browns, starting 21 games his first two seasons, to a guy looking for a job a few years later.

Redskins CB Richard Crawford expects to be ready for camp | CSN Washington

Redskins cornerback Richard Crawford, who missed all of last season with a serious knee injury, says he expects to be ready for the start of training camp on July 24.

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