Redskins' Defense line with a lot to prove - ESPN Redskins
Josh Norman helps secondary, but Redskins' run defense remains a question - ESPN Redskins
A closer look at Jamison Crowder's development - Washington Post
Breeland wants to be the best cornerback in the NFL - Washington Post
Breeland writes emotional Father's Day letter to daughter - CSN Washignton
Need to Know: Redskins Week Recap - CSN Washington
Hot topics from the Redskins week that was
Five under the radar Redskins to watch—Articles about obscure players who have a shot at making it generally draw a lot of attention. I guess fans like to root for the underdog and learn something about the lesser-known players. Out of the five I listed, I think that Dashaun Phillips has the best chance of playing a role this year without having someone else get injured.
Redskins right side is set, for a change—Even in the offseason work a year ago the right side of the Redskins' O-line was somewhat up in the air. Spencer Long was a question mark after seeing no action in his first season and not everyone was sure if top draft pick Brandon Scherff was suited to play tackle in the NFL. Now the massive Morgan Moses is a very promising right tackle and Scherff seems to be a can't-miss star at guard.
Many on Redskins Defense started off as long shots - CSN Washington
Practice Squad to Pro Bowl - Redskins have high hopes for Will Compton - CSN Washington
Gruden see Cousins getting more comfortable every day (VIDEO) - CSN Washington