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Daily Slop: Hatcher Looking for a Bounce Back Year; Redskins are Tougher and Ready to Fight to the end

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Redskins running back looking to beat the odds again | Comcast SportsNet Washington
Running back Silas Redd made the Redskins as an underrated free agent last year. Can he defy the odds again?

Familiar face to greet Johnny Manziel on Thursday when Redskins visit Browns - Washington Times
Manziel, competing to be the Browns' starting quarterback, will find a familiar foe on the Redskins in Deshazor Everett, a cornerback who played alongside Manziel at Texas A&M in recent years.

Washington Redskins TE Niles Paul's shoulder OK - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Washington Redskins tight end Niles Paul suffered a scare Monday -- but it turns out that's all it was.

Washington Redskins rookie S Kyshoen Jarrett intercepts Kirk Cousins - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Rookie safety Kyshoen Jarrett's athletic interception of a Kirk Cousins pass highlighted an active day at Washington Redskins training camp.

DeAngelo Hall of Washington Redskins getting cleat insert back after search
DeAngelo Hall is getting back a needed orthotics after a successful social media quest to find it when he accidentally gave it to a young boy.

Civil lawsuit against Junior Galette of Washington Redskins dismissed
A civil suit against Redskins linebacker Junior Galette was dismissed Monday in a Louisiana court after his accuser failed to pursue the case.

Need to Know: Redskins’ Hatcher looking for a bounce back year | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, August 11, two days before Washington Redskins open their preseason against the Browns in Cleveland. If you need to catch up on what's happening in Richmond, scroll to the bottom for a list of our posts from the last 24 hours.

Observations from Day 12 of Redskins training camp - The Washington Post
The Redskins got back to work on Monday after a day off on Sunday, and they slogged their way through two waterlogged sessions in front of a crowd of 4,133, according to the team.

Washington Redskins rookie LB Preston Smith, secondary things to watch - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Some things to watch for the Washington Redskins during practice on Tuesday are second-round linebacker Preston Smith and a banged-up secondary.

66 Reasons Why Joe Jacoby Belongs in the Hall of Fame

Redskins are tougher and ready to fight to the end - The Washington Post
Column | Changes in the offseason give Washington a better chance of winning close games this year.

Wired Up: Chris Culliver
Redskins cornerback Chris Culliver put on a microphone for one of the team's early training camp practices. Check out the results!

Redskins practice report, Day 12: A strong day for Forbath | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
RICHMOND—The Redskins returned to Richmond and so did the rain. There was some pretty steady rainfall for about the first half of practice but it tapered off for the latter part of the session. Here are my observations. —Robert Griffin III had an up and down day.

Redskins QB RG III faces post-practice pass rush, from his dad - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Robert Griffin III has been the last player off the field, by a good 10 minutes, after each of the past two practices.

Mack Brown Learning System On The Fly
Signed the first week of training camp, rookie running back Mack Brown's has been busy, trying to impress on the field while learning the playbook as fast as he could.

Brandon Scherff tweaks ankle, Niles Paul hurts shoulder for Redskins - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Washington Redskins rookie lineman Brandon Scherff is expected to be OK after tweaking an ankle, but the news on TE Niles Paul isn't as settled.