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Griffin III-Garçon-Paul Mixtape In The Works?
With photos surfacing of Robert Griffin III, Pierre Garçon and Niles Paul together on stage, rumors are flying about a Redskins-themed mixtape.

Redskins Rookies Attend Military Appreciation BBQ
The Redskins rookies on Friday visited the USO Warrior and Family Center, where they were joined by active-duty service members and Wounded Warriors.

Grading the Redskins in CSN's Amputee Warrior Softball Classic | Comcast SportsNet Washington
CSN's Amputee Warrior Softball Classic provided a great opportunity to see NFL players take their talents to a different field.

Redskins mailbag: Trent Murphy's potential, Trent Williams' injury - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
We start off with the Trents for Part 1 of the Redskins mailbag: Trent Murphy looks like he'll be a starter and more on Trent Williams' injury.

Cross your fingers on Washington Redskins' revamped secondary - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Is there finally legitimate hope for the secondary to become a force? That's one of the topics John Keim tackles in his Redskins mailbag.

Skins' Barry on whether he'll move any corners to safety | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Redskins defensive coordinator Joe Barry addressed the notion of switching cornerbacks to play safety.

Need to Know: Redskins news roundup–Jackson doesn’t play for you | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Sunday, June 7, 9 days before the Washington Redskins start minicamp. The week that was A look back at what we learned the past week and what it means: —Josh LeRibeus to work at center—This is not a position change but cross training that could keep...

Meet the new Redskins No. 89 | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Walk through the stands of FedEx Field, one jersey appears quite often: No. 89. But this fall, Santana Moss won't be wearing it.

Rating the Redskins: Offensive line | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Rating the Redskins: The Redskins have made changes on the offensive line but it remains to be seen if they will pay off in the 2015 season, if at all.

Texans plan to join Redskins for practices during training camp - The Washington Post
The Houston Texans have been in talks with Redskins officials about joining them in Richmond for a number of practices, and the two sides are in the process of finalizing the details, ESPN reported Saturday evening. The exact dates of the practices have yet to be revealed. The Redskins also haven’t announced the dates of training camp, but it is expected to begin around July 30th.

How improved will the Redskins defense be this season? - Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog
This offseason the Redskins made major additions to the defensive side of the ball with a mix of free agent signings and the draft. They added projected starters Defensive linemen Stephen Paea and Terrence Knighton, OLB Preston Smith and defensive backs Chris Culliver and Dashon Goldson. Also they brought in safety Jeron Johnson who is competing for a starting role and rotational defensive lineman Ricky Jean Fancois, who has started in the past. Given that this defense finished tied for 29th in points allowed last year, 20th in yards allowed and tied for 25th in turnovers, it is easy to see why the Redskins needed to make so many changes. But are these changes enough and where will the Redskins Defense rank at the end of the season?