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Daily Slop: Frank Kearse Growing Behind Vets; Redskins Defensive Line a Strength of 53-man Roster

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Redskins' starting skill players solid but depth is questionable | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Redskins depth chart preview: Outside of question at quarterback the Redskins front-line skill position players are solid. But there are some concerns if they have to rely on their depth.

Mel Kiper Jr. Has Brandon Scherff On 2015 All-Rookie Team
The ESPN analyst -- who said Scherff can be a monster in the run game right away -- thinks the Redskins rookie will be one of the best first-year offensive linemen in the NFL this season.

NFL reality bites Washington Redskins CB Deshazor Everett - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
Deshazor Everett is a reminder that the NFL is clearly about being on a high one day and in the dumps the next.

Washington Redskins' roster gets younger; fewer players over 30 - Washington Redskins Blog - ESPN
The Washington Redskins have just five players who are 30 years or older (and one more on IR).

Need to Know: Five Redskins who will be in the spotlight vs. the Dolphins | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, September 8, five days before the Washington Redskins open their season against the Miami Dolphins. Five Redskins who will be in the spotlight vs.

Youngest On Line, Frank Kearse Growing Behind Vets
While the rest of the Redskins' defensive line has years of experience, Frank Kearse is the youngest of the group with the least game action. He uses his standing to grow behind the veterans.

Redskins Weekly - How Improved will the defense be? - Fanspeak Washington Redskins Blog

Rashad Ross made it easy for the Redskins to keep him on the roster - Washington Times
Ross finished the preseason as the NFL's leading receiver to ensure his spot on the Redskins roster. For coach Jay Gruden, it was an easy decision to keep him as the team's sixth receiver.

Derek Carrier Getting Comfortable In Redskins’ System

Redskins tight end Derek Carrier, acquired by the team via trade in the middle of the preseason, says his development in the team’s offense continues to improve each day.

NFL preview week: Ten coaches on the hot seat in 2015 | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports

Jay Gruden — The Washington Redskins head coach has been embattled, as most Redskins coaches seem to be, from the day he took the job. He appears to be a headstrong, driven, offensively gifted mind, but that might not matter too much now — not with the layers of dysfunction reaching epic levels, even by Redskins standards. The RG3 power struggle was not won by Gruden; yes, he found a way to bench the quarterback he so clearly didn’t want running his team. But Gruden needs to be right about Kirk Cousins (gasp — he of the 2-7 starting record) or both RG3 and Gruden might be part of the annual Redskins housecleaning efforts.

Redskins' defensive line a strength of 53-man roster - NFC East - ESPN

The defensive line looks to be the strength of the Redskins' roster.

Up-front defense could be the strength of the Redskins | CSN Mid-Atlantic

Depth chart preview: The Redskins still have plenty of work to do to rebuild into a quality NFL team but they are off to a pretty good start in the defensive front seven.

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