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A collection of Redskins articles from around the web

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No need to rush to judgment on Redskins’ RG3 | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
A year ago, former Redskins quarterback and current ESPN analyst Mark Brunell believed that current Redskins QB Robert Griffin III would successfully complete the transition from being a scrambling quarterback to being more of a pocket passer. "He can get there.

Mark Brunell's opinion of Robert Griffin III echoes others - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Former Redskins QB/ESPN analyst says RG3 'has gone backwards. Itâ

Need to Know: Why did the Redskins struggle on third down in 2014? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Thursday, July 2, 28 days before the Washington Redskins start training camp.   Historically bad When the Redskins do something poorly, they don’t mess around. In 2013 when they had some bad special teams play, they were historically bad.

NFC East Q&A: Did the Eagles close the QB gap with Sam Bradford? - NFL Nation - ESPN
By trading Nick Foles for Sam Bradford, did the Eagles close the gap at quarterback with the other teams in the division?

PHOTOS: Kyshoen Jarrett Suits Up For Redskins
Check out images of rookie safety Kyshoen Jarrett, a sixth-round pick out of Virginia Tech, during his first few months with the Washington Redskins.

Is Jay Gruden up to the task of turning the Redskins around? - The Washington Post
Much of the attention of the offseason has centered on Robert Griffin III as he enters what appears to be a make-or-break season. But what about Jay Gruden? Do we really know if he has what it takes to succeed as a head coach in the NFL?

Former Philadelphia Eagles WR DeSean Jackson right on one point - NFC East - ESPN
On his new reality show, DeSean Jackson throws out all sorts of statements on his time with the Eagles. ESPN reporter Phil Sheridan digs out one truth.

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California Bill Would Classify Pro Sports Cheerleaders Employees - The New York Times
A bill currently before California Governor Jerry Brown would make clear that cheerleaders for state-based professional sports teams are employees, following high-profile lawsuits alleging labor violations in the state and elsewhere around the country.

NFC East Foes & Players Needing to Step up Most in 2015 -