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Jim Tomsula says Redskins defensive line is confident, but not arrogant, entering Year 2 | Redskins XTRA | richmond.com
ASHBURN — After high hopes turned into an injury-plagued season in 2017, defensive line coach Jim Tomsula is excited about the weapons he has at his disposal as heads into

Trey Quinn has played with Derrius Guice before and is ready to do it again | NBC Sports Washington
Trey Quinn has already been on the same team as Derrius Guice once and it sounds like he can't wait to do it again.

McElroy: Former Spiders kicker honored at Redskins Super Bowl ring ceremony | Columnist Wes McElroy | richmond.com
Often in radio, you get listener feedback. There are those who agree with you and far more who disagree. There are those who will give you an informed opinion as

Inside the numbers: Will a 1,000-yard receiver make or break the 2018 Redskins? | NBC Sports Washington
What's the correlation between 1,000-yard receivers and making the playoffs? A deep dive into the last 12 NFC playoff teams to see what makes sense.

With Starter Continuation, Kirk Olivadotti Ready To Lead Talented Group
The Redskins inside linebackers coach begins his 16th season with the one of the deepest groups in his time with the organization.

Doctson, Allen and Payne all must perform in 2018 for the Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins' recent first rounders have missed a lot of time, so it's on them plus 2018 draftee Daron Payne to stay on the field this year.

Need to Know: Tandler's Take—Jay Gruden knows the pressure is on him in 2018 | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: By his own words, Jay Gruden has acknowledged that his Redskins need to win in 2018.

Jay Gruden wants excellent play from Alex Smith, but he also expects personal responsibility | NBC Sports Washington
As June minicamp concluded, Redskins head coach Jay Gruden pulled no punches when asked about expectations for new quarterback Alex Smith. And then the coach went even further.

Torrian Gray 'Trying To Bring Energy' To Defensive Backs Group
The second-year defensive backs coach is looking to build off a successful 2017 season for a secondary that appears set to return three starters.

Need to Know: What’s the outlook for the Redskins’ secondary in 2018? | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: I'm answering fan questions this week, and this one is about changes in the Redskins' secondary, which was pretty good last year.

Jamison Crowder, Alex Smith should be productive for Redskins - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The veterans established an offseason bond, which is critical for Crowder as he enters his contract season.