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Can Kai Forbath withstand a challenge for his place-kicking job?
The two will continue to compete throughout training camp, but the true test will come during the four preseason games. Forbath would seem to have the edge because of his experience, and Gruden acknowledged that it’s rare for a rookie kicker to encounter much success.

Need to Know: RG3 ranking based on static analysis | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Friday, July 11, 13 days before the Redskins start training camp. Three and out In a recent ESPN Insider article, Robert Griffin III was ranked 19th among NFL quarterbacks.

Washington Redskins' top play winner: John Riggin's run - ESPN
Score: Redskins 27, Dolphins 17 Date: Jan. 30, 1983. Site: The Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California From the moment this project was announced, and before

Washington Redskins notes: Art Briles on QB Robert Griffin III - ESPN
Baylor coach Art Briles watched his former quarterback, Robert Griffin III, work out earlier this week. He saw a guy he used to see with regularity. "I think it's as fresh and uplifting as I've seen him in a long time quite honestly," Briles said on the SiriusXM Blitz Wednesday via Dan Steinberg of the Washington Post. "The thing about ACLs: I've always thought they take a complete year to get over. And I think he rushed himself a little bit, just because that's the way Robert is. He's always going to be determined to do more than is humanly possible."

FANTASY FRIDAY: Who is Redskins most valuable fantasy player? | Comcast SportsNet Washington

The Redskins Blog | Jason Hatcher Providing Rehab Updates Via Instagram

Washington Redskins now have more questions at safety - ESPN

When the Redskins lost Tanard Jackson before the 2012 season, they also lost their starting safety. So they turned to Madieu Williams, who proved he w

Federal judge dismisses some but not all of Barrett Green’s lawsuit against Redskins, Robert Royal

A federal judge in Maryland declined to fully dismiss a lawsuit by former New York Giants linebacker Barrett Green accusing former Washington Redskins tight end Robert Royal of intentionally injuring Green’s knee during a 2004 game as part of a bounty program.

City News: Volunteers Needed for the 2014 Richmond Training Camp Ambassadors Program

BEHIND THE SCENES: Trent Murphy's Photo Shoot

Go behind the scenes as Redskins linebacker Trent Murphy goes in front of the camera for his 2014 photo shoot.

Washington Redskins' biggest key to success - ESPN

Midway through the 2012 season, the narrative surrounding the Redskins’ future had changed. They went from a team headed nowhere to one guided b

Robert Griffin III and Peyton Manning have their own Gatorade - The Washington Post

The quarterbacks are re-imagined as comic book heroes on special 'League of Captains' bottles. Cam Newton and J.J. Watt, too.

NFL Nation Buzz: Redskins' top plays - NFL Nation Blog - ESPN

ESPN.com Washington Redskins reporter John Keim discusses the team’s most memorable plays, including John Riggins’ run against the Miami

What's new on offense, defense ahead of training camp? | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Jay Gruden talks what to expect at training camp | Comcast SportsNet Washington

The Redskins Blog | Remembering Brad Johnson’s 1999 Season

Redskins Q&A: Is depth an issue heading to Richmond? | Comcast SportsNet Washington

N.F.L. Scrambles to Install Taller Uprights After Rule Change - NYTimes.com
Teams had to buy and install new posts, a tricky job, after the N.F.L. approved a measure to make the uprights five feet higher, or 35 feet above the crossbar, next season.

NFL Players, Coach Head to Va. Hometown For Youth Event " CBS DC

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin is heading home to Virginia, followed by an all-star roster of NFL players with Hampton Roads roots.