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Daily Slop: RG3 has 'Fresh Mind' in new Redskins Regime; DeAngelo Hall Confident in Place Among Best NFL Corners

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Redskins training camp: Mike Caussin thrilled to join hometown team - Washington Times
Caussin, who signed on Tuesday as a free agent, hasn't played in an NFL game since the 2011 season. He made six appearances and got a pair of starts for the Bills that year, and those games were responsible for his career totals of five receptions for 41 yards.

DeAngelo Hall confident in place among best NFL corners - Washington Times
"As a corner, if you don't feel like you're the best, you've got a problem right there," he said. "I never said I was the best, I would be a fool to think 11 years in I'm the best in the game right now. [But] I definitely think I'm pretty successful at doing what I do."

Robert Griffin III has 'fresh mind' in new Redskins regime - Washington Times
What will be most important for Griffin during training camp and the preseason, Jay Gruden said, will be the repetitions he'll receive in practice. Griffin said his greatest mental development during the offseason was his ability to learn the playbook, but it will be up to him to now show that he's been able to handle it.

Redskins Need A New Defensive Leader -- DeAngelo Hall
Rick Snider says the Redskins need cornerback DeAngelo Hall to become the vocal leader of a rebuilt defense, after the retirement of London Fletcher.

Redskins fans are high (on the Redskins) - The Washington Post
Step outside and inhale (the scent of July optimism)

During training camp,'s Stephen Czarda will provide an in-depth look at the drafted rookies, both on and off the field. Today's spotlight is on Zach Hocker.

Andre Roberts' Thoughts on First Redskins Camp
WR Andre Roberts talks about his first camp as a member of the Washington Redskins.

Gruden: Rookie class did ‘okay’ on Day 1 of Redskins training camp practices

Washington Redskins practice report: Robert Griffin III, offense shaky - ESPN

Some thoughts and observations after the Washington Redskins' first workout in training camp: Robert Griffin III did not look sharp Thursday mornin

Redskins training camp: Observations from Day 1

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III feeling better this season - ESPN

For Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, there's a definite change in his psyche working with first-year coach Jay Gruden and new offensive coordinator Sean McVay.

It’s time for Robert Griffin III to prove the Shanahans were wrong - The Washington Post

The Redskins quarterback won his battle against the Shanahans, and now must prove they were wrong.

Hatcher and Bowen PUP List Placements Expose Lack of Depth Along the Defensive Line | Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog

Washington Redskins Training Camp Drills 7-24-2014 (VIDEOS)

RGIII: You don't just forget how to read defenses -

RGIII wasn't the same player last year, but hope is in the air for the Redskins. Griffin has the utmost confidence that he'll bounce back, and a new coach is just one of the reasons.

Gruden: Designed runs 'few and far between' for RGIII -

Jay Gruden once derided the read-option craze, but the new Washington Redskins coach says he's open to using the special skills of quarterback Robert Griffin III -- within reason.

The Redskins Blog | Brian Orakpo Healthy, Confident Heading Into 2014

Ray Rice's Suspension Is Followed by Praise -

After a grand jury indicted him on charges of assaulting his fiancée, Ray Rice received a two-game suspension, half of the N.F.L.'s minimum punishment for steroid use.