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Redskins position preview: Wide Receiver | CSN Washington

Roberts is the primary backup and slot receiver right now. Although he could slide down the depth chart, his contract, which carries $3 million in dead money if he is released, will keep him on the roster. Grant will continue his development with an eye towards becoming a substantial contributor to the offense in 2016.

CB DeAngelo Hall updates about his rehab | CSN Washington

"I haven't done a whole lot of pounding on it, as far as football movements," Hall added, speaking on the Grant & Danny Show. "I've been doing more sprinting straight ahead and side-to-side agility. So to actually get out there and get into football shape and do a lot more football movements, we'll see how it responds and just kind of play it by ear."

Redskins offseason Q&A: Who will be the #3 back? | CSN Washington

So with all that as a backdrop, here's how I see it playing out: Gruden has always spoken very highly about Thompson's potential, his speed, his elusiveness, his versatility. Gruden is intrigued, and that matters. If Thompson stays healthy in camp and makes an impact in the preseason, I suspect he'll get the nod.

Need to know: The top 5 QB's the Redskins will face in 2015 | CSN Washington

Training camp is just a few weeks away and it's time to start honing in on the Redskins' opponents for the 2015 season. Here are the quarterbacks who should provide the severest tests for the Redskins' revamped secondary, the top five QB's they will face this year (ranked by passer rating).

Trent Murphy says "Matt Barkley sack put me on the map" | ESPN Redskins Blog

n a 21-14 win over No. 2 USC early in the 2012 season, Murphy damaged hopes of a Trojans comeback with a late sack of Matt Barkley. But for Murphy, it wasn't just any sack, it was perhaps the biggest of his career.

Redskins Logan Paulsen won't forget 4th down catch | ESPN Redskins Blog

Fred Davis' injury caused headaches and angst for others. It created an opportunity for Paulsen -- and it's one he'll remember for a long time, capped by participating in a memorable play late in the game. The play was made by quarterback Robert Griffin III, but Paulsen was on the other end of this spectacular effort.