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Daily Slop: Three Redskins starters will miss OTAs; Owners unanimously approve new catch rule

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Five Takeaways: Jay Gruden At 2018 Owners Meetings
Here's five takeaways from Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden's sitdown at the coaches breakfast while at the 2018 Owners Meetings in Orlando, Fla.

Bruce Allen explains what it'd take for the Redskins to move around in the NFL Draft | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins are sitting in the 13th spot during the 2018 NFL Draft, but what will it take for the team to trade up or move back?

Three Redskins offensive starters will miss OTAs | NBC Sports Washington
With all of the injuries to key players, the Redskins suffered last season, some of it was bound to leak over into 2018.

'You're not going to run out of gigabytes with the dude': new Redskins QB praised by coaches | Redskins XTRA | richmond.com
ORLANDO, Fla. - To hear Jay Gruden tell the story, the Redskins are about to get a lot better now that Alex Smith is lining up under center.

Need to Know: Looking at the Redskins' 2018 roster turnover | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: Change is a constant in the NFL. How different will the 2018 Redskins be from last year's version?

2018 NFL Mock Draft 7.0: After free agency | NBC Sports Washington
Free agency altered hopes, dreams and rosters around the league. Time for a new 2018 NFL mock draft. Will USC's Sam Darnold, UCLA's Josh Rosen or Wyoming's Josh Allen be the first quarterback selected? Where does Penn State running back Saquon Barkley land? Do the Redskins help their defensive front?

Washington Redskins sign linebacker Pernell McPhee
The Washington Redskins announced Monday that they have signed free-agent linebacker Pernell McPhee.

What’s a catch? NFL now knows as owners unanimously approve new catch rule. - The Washington Post
The catch-rule proposal by the NFL's competition committee, ordered up by Commissioner Roger Goodell during Super Bowl week, was given the expected ratification by the owners Tuesday at the annual league meeting in Orlando.