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Daily Slop: Contract Extensions Talks with Ryan Kerrigan Going Well, RGIII Excited About Offense This Year

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Gruden Updates Redskins’ Offseason, Griffin III
Jay Gruden said he’s been encouraged so far both by the performance of his team and quarterback Robert Griffin III throughout offseason workouts.

PHOTOS: Workouts Continue Under Hot Sun
The Washington Redskins on Tuesday continued Phase 2 of their offseason workout program on a hot, sunny day in Loudoun County, Va.

Clinton Portis Provides Helping Hand In Haiti
Former Redskins running back Clinton Portis recently provided a helping hand in Haiti during a five-day philanthropic tour.

RGIII: I'm worried about this year, not next -

Robert Griffin III had his fifth-year option picked up, but that doesn't mean he'll be under center for the Redskins in 2016. The quarterback recently said he's not worried about next year.

Redskins QB Robert Griffin III feeling comfortable entering second year with Jay Gruden - Washington Times

At a charity golf event benefitting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Griffin says familiarity helps quarterbacks in every system and he is excited to enter his second season with Gruden.

D.C. mayor 'confident' on talks with Redskins about future | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Things may have changed in the quest for a new Redskins stadium, and it could be good news for fans that want the team back playing in D.C.

NFL comes down hard on Tom Brady, Patriots | Comcast SportsNet Washington

After the release of a damaging report that showed Tom Brady likely was involved in deflating footballs during the AFC Championship, the NFL announced a harsh punishment for Brady and the Patriots.

Brady will still face every NFC East team--except one | Comcast SportsNet Washington

The way the suspension of Tom Brady and the NFL schedule work out, the Patriots quarterback will play against every NFC East team--except one.

Redskins depth chart preview: Running back | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Depth chart preview: There could be some hot competition at the running back spot this year with two holdovers and an intriguing undrafted player perhaps battling for one roster spot.

RG3 excited for offense that will be catered to his abilities | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III says his increased familiarity with Jay Gruden and the second year head coach’s offense should pay dividends this season.

McCloughan on extension talks with Williams and Kerrigan(Video) | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Redskins GM Scot McCloughan spoke Monday about the team's plans to sign Trent Williams and Ryan Kerrigan to contract extensions.

Washington Redskins sign undrafted free agent Quinton Dunbar - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

The Redskins signed yet another undrafted free agent, with general manager Scot McCloughan returning to a favorite place: The SEC

Washington Redskins LB Ryan Kerrigan says talks are progressing well - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

With Ryan Kerrigan entering the final year of his contract, the Redskins and Kerrigan have been negotiating a long-term deal.

Washington Redskins' post-draft evaluation: Offensive line - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

Team could have more physical right side if young players play as expected.

Need to Know: Fame and fortune coming for Redskins’ Kerrigan? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
It appears that Ryan Kerrigan will become a very rich man at some point soon. His camp and the Redskins are progressing in contract extension talks. A new contract likely would pay Kerrigan in the neighborhood of $10 million per year over several seasons. There’s the fortune, will fame follow?

What will the Redskins Offense Really Look Like?
"There also comes a point and time where we have to teach the quarterback position and how to drop back and throw it. He'll get better at that stuff."  Gruden made it clear that's still the plan and what needs to happen. "We're not going to go to a full-court, read option offense. Heck No!," he told ESPN 980.