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Daily Slop: Mark Brunell Says Coaches Like Matt Cavanaugh 'Hard to Find'; How can the Redskins Build a Super Bowl Quality O-line?

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How they compare: free agency, the Redskins and the Super Bowl teams - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
I'm taking a look at how various aspects of the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots were built and comparing it to the Washington Redskins.

Mark Brunell says coaches like Matt Cavanaugh 'hard to find' - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Former NFL QB says new Washington Redskins assistant's measured approach and playing experience that will resonate with team's quarterbacks.

2015 Mock Drafts: Shane Ray To The Redskins?
In his latest mock draft,'s Todd McShay believes the Washington Redskins will take Missouri defensive end Shane Ray with the No. 5-overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft.

Charo's Pro Bowl Experience 'Simply Unforgettable'
Washington Redskins Cheerleader Charo was one of just 24 women to cheer during the Pro Bowl last Sunday, an experience she called "simply unforgettable."

How can the Redskins build a Super Bowl quality O-line? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

The Redskins have needed to improve their offensive line since the last rendition of the Hogs broke up over 20 years ago. The team has had some solid individual linemen in that time but the unit has never been up to the quality that it was during the Super Bowl glory years from 1982-1991.

Son of Redskins legend hired as coach | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Robert Griffin III: ‘We All Know What We Can Do’

In an interview with ESPN 980, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III talked about his injury-plagued 2014 season and moving forward with a new position coach in 2015.

2015 Redskins position outlook: Defensive line | Comcast SportsNet Washington

NFLPA Vows to Fight League's New Personal Conduct Policy -
The National Football League Players Association will do all it can to prevent the NFL's newly-imposed personal conduct policy from being implemented, the union's leaders said on Thursday.

ESPN 980: Dick Vermeil Joins The Sports Fix
Super Bowl XXXIV winning Head Coach Dick Vermeil joined Thom Loverro and Kevin Sheehan to discuss the upcoming game and Vermeil's relationship with Joe Gibbs.

Redskins Weekly Thoughts Heading into February -

1. Raheem Morris is gone and Perry Fewell is in.

I think I like this move mainly because the secondary hasn't worked the past few seasons. Fewell struggled in the end in New York before being fired but now he can concentrate on making the Redskins young corners better. Something Morris didn't do with a guy like David Amerson. Still far from confident overall with the hiring of Joe Barry but having a guy like Fewell also on the staff should help. But then again Buddy Ryan, Bill Belichick and Tony Dungy could be the coaches and if the talent doesn't get better it won't matter.