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2017 Washington Redskins game-by-game predictions - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The Washington Redskins have a chance to start strong and finish fast, at least based on how their 2017 opponents fared a year ago.

How will the Redskins make decisions come draft day? | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Charley Casserly lays out a possible blueprint for how the Redskins will do things when they're on the clock in the 2017 draft.

Charley Casserly's Draft Special: Jonathan Allen and the 'Superman play' | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Jonathan Allen breaks down his Superman Tackle vs Texas A&M, and explains how film study helped him out during his college career.

Washington Redskins: Breaking down the team's 2017 schedule
We now know both who the Washington Redskins will face in 2017 and when, so what makes the team’s schedule so intriguing this season?

NFL Draft prospect breakdown: UM safety Jabrill Peppers | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Jabrill Peppers is one of the draft's most intriguing players. Charley Casserly weighs in on his pro potential.

Need to Know: Five pivotal games on the Redskins' 2017 schedule | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Need to Know: There are games during a season that can turn things in one direction or another. Here are five such games for th 2017 Redskins.

McNally can see the Redskins taking a RB at No.17 | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Redskins beat reporter Brian McNally predicts the Redskins will take a running back at number 17 if a big prospect is still available.

Redskins LB Khairi Fortt to portray Sean Taylor on murder investigation show
The Redskins linebacker is hoping the show will bring awareness to everyone that Taylor was a good man

Derek Barnett Has Battled Through Injury To Make An Impression
Although Derek Barnett's workouts in front of scouts have been riddled with setbacks, but the Tennessee defensive end has a body of work he will rely on in this year's draft.

Redskins need quick start to avoid another narrow playoff miss - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN

A fast start will be critical for Washington's playoff hopes after barely missing out on the postseason last year.

Redskins must continue defensive transformation in the draft - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN

The Redskins can't ignore the offense, nor will they. But they have a chance to really help the defense at next week's NFL draft.

Mel Kiper's Grade A mock wisely emphasizes help for Redskins' defense - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN

There's nothing wrong with Mel Kiper Jr.'s draft analysis based on the Redskins' needs, but the pass rush remains a priority.

Former NFL tight end, Tennessee broadcaster Bill Anderson dies

Bill Anderson, who played on two NFL championship teams with the Green Bay Packers and made two Pro Bowls during his eight-year NFL career, has died at the age of 80.

Redskins 2017 schedule includes first-ever Thanksgiving home game - Washington Times

The Redskins open the season at home against the Eagles on Sunday, Sept. 10.

NFL Draft prospect breakdown: OSU safety Malik Hooker | CSN Mid-Atlantic

Malik Hooker produced terrific numbers in his last year at Ohio State. Charley Casserly gives his rapid fire scouting report on the future NFL safety.

A Full Breakdown of Redskins’ 2017 Schedule " CBS DC

The schedule is full of interesting reunions and intriguing opponents and there are five national TV games in primetime.

Redskins release 2017 schedule - will host Thanksgiving game for first time ever | Redskins XTRA |

The Washington Redskins released their 2017 schedule on Thursday, and it included their first Thanksgiving game in Washington.

Schedule analysis: Redskins will have opportunity early and late in 2017 | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Redskins schedule analysis: The Redskins have five prime time games on a schedle that starts and ends with fairly easy games but is tough in between.

With wife due in Week 2, Redskins' schedule not ideal for Kirk Cousins - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
With Kirk Cousins' first child expected to arrive while the Redskins are out west, the QB might need to call an audible to solve the dilemma.