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Daily Slop: Spencer Long Should be Favorite to Replace Chris Chester; What Does the Future Hold for Morgan Moses?

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Offensive Line Already Feeling Offseason Changes
From veteran Kory Lichtensteiger to rookie Brandon Scherff, the offensive line is already feeling the offseason changes, including Bill Callahan's presence.

DeAngelo Hall feels good, but sticking with Washington Redskins plan - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

Veteran cornerback feeling good, but has no need to rush back to field as he recovers from Achilles injury.

What does the future hold for Redskins' Moses? | Comcast SportsNet Washington

A year ago, the Redskins hoped Morgan Moses would develop into their starting right tackle. Now the team hopes he'll be healthy enough compete for a significant role in 2015.

Need to Know: A new mindset at Redskins Park? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, May 28, 63 days before the Washington Redskins start training camp. Three and out Some Robert Griffin III notes and quotes: "Right now I’m a 25-year-old young man who can do a lot of different things, so I’m not going to limit myself to ju...

Pierre Garcon Talks About OTA's

Washington Redskins Wide Receiver Pierre Garcon talks about OTA's and the state of the team right now.

Redskins' Spencer Long should be favorite to replace Chris Chester - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

The Washington Redskins released veteran guard Chris Chester. Now the question becomes: Who replaces Chester?

Preston Smith 'Star Struck' By Ryan Kerrigan

Linebacker Preston Smith is getting his first taste of practice with NFL veterans, and he admits he still gets star struck by some of his teammates.

Redskins Release Chris Chester & Tracy Porter

Mitchell's STRONG response for critics of DeSean skipping OTAs | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Many have criticized DeSean Jackson for skipping OTAs and attending Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals. Brian Mitchell had a STRONG responses for those people.

Reasons for Optimism at this point in Redskins' Offseason - Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog

Robert Griffin III undoubtedly has talent; now it's time for him to realize it - Washington Times

The quarterback should be focused on evolving as a drop-back passer, not merely on shedding a label that, if correctly applied, could signal his durability issues are behind him.

CSN: Knighton Hopes Defense Sets Tone