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Daily Slop: Redskins Hire Matt Cavanaugh as QB Coach; Big O-Linemen may be in Short Supply in NFL Draft

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RG III: 'I wasn't healthy and it sucked' - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Quarterback says ankle injury made life difficult this season.

Ex-Washington Redskins great Chris Samuels now coaching high school - ESPN
Chris Samuels just wants to coach -- and he wanted to return to the place he now calls home.

Need to Know: Position coach hires add gravitas to Redskins’ staff | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, January 29, 40 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.

SnappyTV - Wellness Wednesday: Redskins New Strength & Conditioning Coach created by hollebonr
Wellness Wednesday: Redskins New Strength & Conditioning Coach

Washington Redskins hire Matt Cavanaugh as quarterbacks coach - ESPN
Cavanaugh spent the last two seasons as the quarterbacks coach with the Chicago Bears.

Washington Redskins defensive end Jarvis Jenkins: I need more sacks - ESPN
The plan is to start early and work on the part of Jarvis Jenkins' game that has troubled him the most: the pass rush.

Big O-linemen may be in short supply in NFL draft | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Stop me if you’ve heard this before—Scot McCloughan likes big offensive linemen. Big guys beat little guys in football, especially in the late going when the power running game becomes important. But big offensive linemen are getting harder to come by.

The Redskins Blog | Fan Prints Redskins Logo On Prosthetic Leg

How they were built: Comparing Redskins' spending to Super Bowl teams - ESPN
How they were built: Comparing the spending of the Washington Redskins to that of the Super Bowl participants.

Redskins would have created a position for Packers exec | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III discusses Deflategate | Comcast SportsNet Washington
"I think it could be something that we look at going into the future about how much we pump up the ball," Griffin said. "But at the same time, for me, going this far in my career, all we worry about is, can we grip the ball? Not how much air is in it." "We have our guy [ball boy] rub the balls down with mud and get the ball to where it's not brand new," Griffin continued. "Because a brand new ball is very slick. But other than that, we just make sure that when we throw it, it feels good. And if it feels good, then great. If it doesn't feel good, you just throw it out. Now I'm sure the league will change something that has to [do with] how much the balls weigh or who's messing with the balls at [certain] times." "I just think it's really funny," Griffin added with a chuckle, "especially when you don't specify that you're talking about footballs. …I think I said balls 7 times already."

Redskins Add Chad Grimm To Coaching Staff
The Washington Redskins on Thursday announced the hiring of Chad Grimm as Defensive Quality Control Coach.

The Redskins Blog | Andre Roberts Joins Redskins Radio, Talks Transition

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