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Need to Know: Will McCloughan try to build the Redskins’ defense through free agency? | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Tuesday, February 9, 15 days before the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. QOD: Will McCloughan try to build the defense through free agency? https://twitter.

Despite 2015 success, Vegas not high on 2016 Redskins | CSN Mid-Atlantic
2015 saw the emergence of Kirk Cousins and the Redskins taking the NFC East title. Las Vegas doesn't care, at least as it matters to next year's Super Bowl odds. No respect for Washington.

Need to Know: Five things the Redskins can learn from the Broncos | Rich Tandler's Real Redskins
Here is what you need to know on this Monday, February 8, 16 days before the NFL Combine in Indianapolis. Five things the Redskins can learn from the Broncos You can’t have too much pass rush—I said this after the AFC championship game and I’ll say it again.

Who is ready to take the next step for the Redskins' offense in 2016? | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Rich Tandler and Tarik El-Bashir discuss which Redskins player on offense will make the biggest leap next season.

DeAngelo Hall Confident Best Yet To Come At Safety
After switching from cornerback to safety during the 2015 season, veteran DeAngelo Hall believes he can be "a hell of a safety" for the Redskins moving forward.

Redskins Q&A: Duke Ihenacho Doesn't Get Star Struck Anymore
We caught up with Duke Ihenacho last Friday on Radio Row and asked him about his experience in San Francisco.

Should the Redskins bring back DeSean Jackson in 2016? | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Is keeping DeSean Jackson (and his big cap hit) a sound financial decision for the Redskins?

Adam Hayward's injuries could lead to release by Washington Redskins - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Considering Adam Hayward's age and injury history, the Redskins may opt to sign a younger, cheaper player to fill his special-teams role.

Washington Redskins 2016 Free Agency Outlook
As the league calendar flips, the Redskins will have many decisions to make about their free agents – who to keep, who to extend, who to let test the market.