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Top Comeback Player of the Year candidates for 2015 - NFL.com
Adrian Peterson will present an interesting debate for Comeback Player of the Year honors this season. Find out which other stars are preseason candidates for the award in 2015.

Phillip Thomas Benefiting From Full Offseason
For the first time since being selected by the Redskins in the fourth-round of the 2013 NFL Draft, safety Phillip Thomas has had a full offseason to concentrate on improving his game.

Washington Redskins Mailbag Pt. 2 - ESPN
John Keim: As of now I'd lean toward Alfred Morris being the starter. That's because I haven't seen any proof that Matt Jones will develop into that guy. I also believe Morris will remain productive. After talking to people in the NFL, it's not as if everyone loved Jones and some rated him well below the third round. His game action from Florida was mixed, though I do think he can be a bigger threat on third down than he was at Florida. Jones has the size coaches love and he's shifty so he has a chance. But before I start thinking about discarding Morris I want to see what Jones can do.

Best of the Best: Russ Grimm vs. Dexter Manley | 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. 2 seed Russ Grimm against No. 3 seed Dexter Manley.

Seven Things We've Learned About Kyshoen Jarrett This Offseason
He may be undersized, but he brings it: If some of the Redskins rookies don’t necessarily have the height and weight typically associated with football players, general manager Scot McCloughan made sure they had the physicality and passion to make up for it.

Redskins new quarterbacks coach brings championship experience - Richmond Times-Dispatch: Redskins XTRA
ASHBURN — As a first-year head coach in the NFL, Jay Gruden learned last season how many competing demands there were for his time and attention. As a result, he didn’t get to spend the amount of time he wanted during Redskins practices with the quarterbacks, specifically Robert Griffin III.

Best of the Best: Charley Taylor vs. Sean Taylor | 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. 2 seed Charley Taylor against No. 3 seed Sean Taylor.

Enemy Intel: Can the Redskins slow Eagles RB DeMarco Murray? | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Chip Kelly's Eagles could have as many as 10 new starters, including reigning rushing champ DeMarco Murray, when they visit in October.

Need to Know: Week 1 backups who could become starters for the Redskins | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Backup to starter? Here are five Redskins who could be backups in Week 1 but could be starting at some point as the season wears on.

Secret Superstars: Washington Redskins | Pro Football Focus

Few teams need a Secret Superstar more than Washington. Only two fared worse than the Redskins on Pro Football Focus’s Top 101 players list, where Ryan Kerrigan made the cut. With Brian Orakpo now on Tennessee’s roster, and the drama that surrounds the offensive side of their game, Washington’s fans are looking for some hope.Trent Murphy may have the skills and drive to fill that role.