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Daily Slop: Five Story Lines to Follow as the Redskins Begin OTAs; Jason Hatcher is Ready to Attack in his Second Year

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Need to Know: Five Redskins defensive players with work to do during OTAs | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, May 26, the day the Redskins start OTAs. Nickel coverage OTAs get underway today at Redskins Park. A few days ago we looked at some offensive players who will be under the microscope at Redskins Park over the next few weeks.

Jim Ross Remembers Just How Dominant Trent Williams Was At Oklahoma
Lifelong Oklahoma Sooners fan Jim Ross says it'd be difficult to find another offensive lineman for the program that was as dominant as he was.

Redskins OTA to-do list: Specialists | Comcast SportsNet Washington

The Redskins are pretty much set at kicker and punter as OTAs begin. Kickoff and punt returner? That's a whole other story.

Washington Redskins wake-up call: OTAs begin - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

The Washington Redskins begin their organized team activity sessions Tuesday and the media has access.

Jason Hatcher: 'We Are The Attacker Now'

After getting his feet wet in his first year with the Redskins in 2014, Jason Hatcher is ready to make some real noise in 2015.

Five story lines to follow as the Redskins begin their offseason practices - The Washington Post

The Redskins kick off the next phase of their offseason program, hitting the field for their first practice sessions.

Washington Redskins rank 153rd in ESPN salary survey - NFC East - ESPN

The Washington Redskins rank 153rd out of 333 international teams surveyed in an ESPN/SportingIntelligence report revealing the sports franchises that spend the most on their players. The Redskins' average annual player salary is $2.1 million. The franchise’s total player payroll of $108.8 million ranks 49th. Washington ranked 17th in the NFL in their spending per player, but the Redskins trailed only Philadelphia in the NFC East. New York was 157th while Dallas was 175th overall – only the New York Jets were lower among the NFL teams. The Cowboys spent $1.8 million per player, a 4.4 percent decrease over the previous season. The Cowboys, because of cap issues, had to let some players go and they didn’t have a lot of money to spend on free agents.