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Daily Slop: Redskins Add Fewell, Clark To Coaching Staff; Redskins Likely to be Among NFL's Younger Teams in 2015

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Need to Know: Safety should be Redskins’ top priority in free agency | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, January 28, 41 days before NFL free agency starts for the Washington Redskins and the rest of the NFL. Question of the day We’re changing up the format of Need to Know for the offseason.

Washington Redskins thoughts: Perry Fewell - ESPN
Just a few thoughts on the Washington Redskins hiring Perry Fewell as a secondary coach on Tuesday:

The Redskins Blog | Redskins At Super Bowl XLIX: Charlie Brown Recalls Memories Vs. Miami

Packers' Alonzo Highsmith staying put - Green Bay Packers Blog - ESPN
Packers denied the Redskins' request to interview senior personnel executive Alonzo Highsmith for a similar position in their scouting department.

Redskins hire former Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell as assistant - Washington Times
Fewell will replace Raheem Morris, who coached the Redskins' defensive backs for the past three seasons and has reached an agreement to be the co-defensive coordinator of the Atlanta Falcons.

Redskins Add Fewell, Clark To Coaching Staff
The Washington Redskins announced today that they have named Perry Fewell as defensive backs coach and Mike Clark as head strength and conditioning coach.

PHOTOS: Top-10 Career Receiving Yards
Here's a gallery looking back at the top 10 Redskins in career receiving yardage during their time in Washington.

Experts' Take: Leftovers on the Washington Redskins - ESPN
After running a five-part series talking to ESPN analysts Louis Riddick and Matt Williamson to get their opinions on the Redskins, I have a little bit

Redskins likely to be among NFL's younger teams in 2015 | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Of the 66 players who finished the season on either the 53-man roster or on injured reserve, 12 will be 30 or older when the 2015 season starts. Four of them—Ryan Clark, Santana Moss, Tyler Polumbus, and Brandon Meriweather—will be free agents. It will be surprising if any of them are resigned.

Should the Redskins re-sign QB Colt McCoy? | Comcast SportsNet Washington

The Redskins Blog | Mike Clark’s Strength And Conditioning Philosophy

Former NFL players to appeal dismissal of lawsuit over painkillers - ESPN
Lawyers representing 1,300 former NFL players filed notice Tuesday that they plan to appeal a federal judge's dismissal of a lawsuit alleging that teams damaged the players' health by routinely -- and often illegally -- dispensing painkillers.

LOVERRO: Paths diverged in Richmond when Patriots, Redskins shared practice - Washington Times
Crowds filled the Bon Secours Redskins Training Center for a chance to get a first-hand look at the Patriots excellence that led to three Super Bowl titles and five AFC championships — and a preview of a sixth.

Joe Barry talks time with Lions, plans for Redskins in full length interview | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Joe Barry gave a full-length interview on Redskins Nation, where he discussed his time with the Lions and his early plans for the Redskins.