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Niles Paul Bulks Up To Further Tight End Transition
While he's been at the position for a few years now, tight end Niles Paul used the offseason to bulk up. He's hoping it'll help improve his overall game, including blocking.

Need to Know: Redskins culture change will take time | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins

Here is what you need to know on this Friday, June 12, 4 days before the Washington Redskins start minicamp. Question of the day A few days a week I’ll give an in-depth answer to a question submitted by a fan on my Twitter feed, via the Real Redskins Facebook page, or in the comments section...

This Is Ryan Kerrigan's Signature Burger

Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan was a frequent customer at the Triple XXX Family Restaurant at Purdue. They let him create his own burger.

Should the Redskins pursue Evan Mathis? | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Once again the Redskins have an opportunity to scoop up a quality player cut loose by their division rival Eagles. Will they take a shot?

Redskins, Patriots take different approach to OTA discipline - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

Washington allows DeSean Jackson's absences to slide unlike New England,which dropped the hammer on Malcolm Butler for arriving late.

Jeron Johnson: "I Definitely Came Here to Start"

Washington Redskins Safety Jeron Johnson talks about competing for a starting spot and the expectations he has for himself and the upcoming season.

Washington Redskins' return game should get help from Jamison Crowder - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN

Rookie receiver showed knack for returning punts in college and seems likely to add much-needed spark to that unit with Washington.

After accepting coach’s challenge, Trent Murphy seeks breakout season - The Washington Post

When asked to assess outside linebacker Trent Murphy’s rookie season, Redskins Coach Jay Gruden has mentioned the 2014 second-round pick’s need to get stronger and more explosive in Year 2.

McVay on changes to Skins' offensive coaching staff | Comcast SportsNet Washington

Redskins' offensive coordinator Sean McVay has a few new coaches to work with in Bill Callahan and Matt Cavanaugh.

Versatility may determine Redskins backup O-line competition | Comcast SportsNet Washington

While the Redskins' starting offensive line appears set, the group behind them is very much a work in progress.

Eagles Release Evan Mathis - Over the Cap

Terrance Knighton, Chris Baker, lifelong friends reunite on Redskins - Washington Times

Baker became enamored with football in his junior year of high school through lifelong friend Knighton. Knighton -- who was a senior on the football team at Windsor High School in Connecticut -- saw Baker's size, and recruited him to join the team. More than a decade later, the nose tackles would reunite for the Washington Redskins.

Chris Culliver: "We Have A Lot of History Here"

Redskins Cornerback Chris Culliver talks to reporters about the improved defense the Redskins will have this season as well as what he can bring to the table.

Johnson, Ihenacho Bringing Out A Friendly Competition

It's only June, but the competition for the strong safety position has already developed between free agent signee Jeron Johnson and Duke Ihenacho.

The Greatest Redskins RB's of All-Time
From the days of Cliff Battles, to Larry Brown & the bruising John Riggins, Redskins backs have always set the tone.