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Need to Know: Will the Redskins build the lines first? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, January 20, 100 days before the Washington Redskins go on the clock for the first round of the NFL draft. Question of the day We’re changing up the format of Need to Know for the offseason.

Senior Bowl has helped Redskins' drafts - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The Senior Bowl provides a close-up view of the players, giving the teams more insight. Alfred Morris was a late invite to the game three years ago when the Redskins were coaching in the game and was nearly sent home. The Redskins’ staff had requested another fullback. Instead, the college running back volunteered to play the position, impressed the Redskins coaches and became an excellent draft choice.

Gerod Holliman S, Louisville Video Breakdown -

Tress Way Eyes Improvement During Offseason

While Tress Way was quite the surprise for the Redskins during the 2014 season -- leading the league in punting average -- he's focused on getting better all-around this offseason.

Redskins 2013 draft rewind: TE Jordan Reed | Comcast SportsNet Washington

NFL releases list of 74 underclassmen declaring for the draft | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Bethel High and Virginia Tech alum James Gayle eager for NFL shot with Redskins - Daily Press

Gayle has fully recovered from shoulder surgery and signed a two-year contract with the Washington Redskins

The Redskins Blog | Players Honor Martin Luther King Jr. Over Social Media

How did Colts know Patriots' balls weren't inflated? And Gronk takes blame | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports

From Yahoo Sports: Tom Brady's second quarter interception to the Indianapolis Colts didn't affect the outcome of the game, but it might end up being very costly after all.

Redskins Still Waiting on Open Defensive Coordinator Job " CBS DC

Former 49ers defensive coordinator Vic Fangio interviewed with the Redskins over the weekend, but left town without a contract.

Senior Bowl Weigh-In Twitter Notes -

South Practice Day 1 Twitter Notes -

Manage the Cap -

Introducing a brand new tool on Fanspeak that allows you to be the GM, this time of Free Agency for the Burgundy & Gold! Cut players, restructure contracts, resign players, sign free agents & More to fix the Redskins!

Jay Gruden: “We Only Offered, Really, to Joe Barry"
“We only offered, really, to Joe. Vic was kind of more of a meeting and see what kind of availability he had. He didn't really say he was available. I think he had the decision made up in his mind. I thought it was important to get him down to D.C. and check it out see if there was a chance we would want him or if he would come here and it didn't work out.”