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Washington Redskins: Full Position Breakdown and Analysis at Defensive End | Bleacher Report

It's been all change along the defensive line for the Washington Redskins this offseason. An overhauled front is expected to key a major revival for a unit that's been dire for the last five seasons.

DeSean Jackson actually less productive vs. NFC East -
Redskins wideout DeSean Jackson suggested this week that he owns his former team -- calling himself an "Eagles killer" -- and the rest of the NFC East. The numbers suggest otherwise.

Fixing the Redskins Offense, from Robert Griffin III to Jay Gruden | Bleacher Report
Jay Gruden is back. Robert Griffin III is his starting quarterback. Like it or not, their awkward dance continues for another year. Both Griffin and Gruden have to get better at their jobs. Neither Kirk Cousins nor Colt McCoy will ride to anyone's rescue. The nation cannot bear another autumn of press conferences that sound like counseling sessions for the world's worst marriage (though fans in Dallas, Philly and New York enjoy some shameful chuckles). Griffin has to be a better quarterback, Gruden a better coach.

Duke Ihenacho of Washington Redskins rants over inequity of NBA, NFL deals
The guaranteed money handed out so far during NBA free agency prompted Washington Redskins safety Duke Ihenacho to take jabs at what NFL players receive in comparison.

Will Washington Redskins' defensive changes make a difference? - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Today’s question: The Redskins have had a solid offseason, nothing flashy, but they drafted a lineman fifth overall and focused on beefing up the defensive front seven by signing Stephen Paea and Terrance Knighton and corner Chris Culliver and finding two new starting safeties. Have they done enough to make up ground in the division?

Redskins OL coach Bill Callahan: 'This is a great situation' - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The former Cowboys assistant and Raiders head coach says of his young line: 'Their work ethic is tremendous. I couldn’t ask for anything more from them.”

Redskins mailbag: Kirk Cousins' situation - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Cousins is entering the final year of his contract, and he'd have to perform at a very high level to unseat Robert Griffin III.

Best of the Best: Bobby Mitchell vs. Chris Hanburger | Comcast SportsNet Washington
In a battle of the best of the best, our bracket will determine who comes out as the No. 1 Redskin of all time. Click here for the breakdown of first-round matchup No. 1 seed Bobby Mitchell against No. 4 seed Chris Hanburger.

Redskins position preview: Cornerback | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Will veteran cornerback DeAngelo Hall earn a spot on the Redskins' 53-man roster?

How will Cavanaugh impact RG3? | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Countdown to Training Camp talks about the Cavanaugh-Griffin relationship, after Griffin didn't have a Quarterbacks coach last season.

Enemy Intel: Can the Redskins contain Odell Beckham Jr.? | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. torched the Redskins for three touchdowns in a single game last season. Will Washington have an answer in Week 3?

Need to Know: The most overrated and underrated Redskins | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Who’s overrated? Underrated? Pete Prisco of CBS Sports went through each of the 32 NFL teams and picked a player he viewed as overrated and then did another list of the 32 underrated players. I thought his picks for the Redskins were pretty insightful although I don’t completely agree with him. Washington’s overrated player was safety Dashon Goldson.

Washington Redskins: RG Arie Kiouandijo
The Washington Redskins are looking for a new right guard this season. Veteran Chris Chester started all 16 games at the position but had his peaks and valleys and was released this offseason. Spencer Long, a third-round pick in 2014, saw action at three different positions in three games as a rookie and may take over Chester’s spot. But we think he’ll not only be pushed but surpassed by 2015 fourth-round pick Arie Kouandjio.