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Daily Slop: One-year deal for Zach Brown has risk and reward for both parties; Gruden Excited To See McGee, McClain Continue To Progress

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Need to Know: Redskins' one-year deal for Zach Brown has risk and reward for both parties | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Need to Know: Today's three and out looks at the Redskins' acquisition of Zach Brown including a look at his one-year contract.

The Fine Line Between Athleticism and Competitive Toughness | Cover 1
Zach Brown is one of the more athletically gifted linebackers in the league. Will the Bills hold his athleticism higher than competitive toughness?

Redskins salary cap nearly drained, team can still make moves to clear space
Washington currently has enough cap space to sign their ten draft picks and cover injured reserve next season

As 1-year contracts pile up, are the Redskins going all in for 2017? | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Throughout free agency, a trend has emerged for the 'Skins: One-year contracts. Terrelle Pryor, Zach Brown and Kirk Cousins are all playing on a one-year deal. Is that a problem?

Washington Redskins sign Pro Bowl inside linebacker
The Redskins have signed 27-year old Zach Brown, who was widely viewed as the top inside linebacker in free agency this year

Video Highlights: Zach Brown
Take a look back at the NFL career of Pro Bowl linebacker Zach Brown, who signed with the Washington Redskins on Monday as a free agent.

Bashaud Breeland is very on board with the Redskins signing Zach Brown | CSN Mid-Atlantic
The Redskins landed what could be a boost to their defense in Zach Brown, and some of his new teammates tweeted their approval of the move.

Need for speed? Jay Gruden confident in Redskins options at safety | CSN Mid-Atlantic
Improved safety play, and just improved tackling from the safety position, could lead to an improved Redskins defense this fall. Jay Gruden believes his team will get it.

Jay Gruden Excited To See McGee, McClain Continue To Progress
The Redskins' two free agent signings on the defensive line are coming off big years, and head coach Jay Gruden believes that can continue their upward trend in Washington.

Jay Gruden says new defensive linemen still ascending - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN

Jay Gruden expects to Terrell McClain and Stacy McGee to fit right in on the Redskins' defensive line.

Expectations for a Kirk Cousins deal with Redskins remain low - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN

Not a whole lot has changed with Kirk Cousins' contract situation. Nevertheless, the Redskins mailbag takes a stab at what can be expected.

Redskins' Jay Gruden: DL Anthony Lanier has chance to be 'really good' - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN

The solution to the fixes the Redskins need on their defensive line could be -- in part at least -- second-year player Anthony Lanier.

While He's Lined Up In Wildcat Some Before, Redskins Want To See Terrelle Pryor's Growth At Receiver

Redskins head coach Jay Gruden knows that Terrelle Pryor Sr. can "rip it a little bit," but wants to see how he's continuing to progress at wide receiver in 2017.

Tony Romo to retire from football to pursue broadcasting career

No word yet on which television network Romo will work for during the 2017 season