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Daily Slop: Redskins appear to have another tough schedule in 2018; Some positions become clear, while others get murky at Redskins OTAs

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A collection of Redskins articles from around the web

Paul Richardson, shown during a practice session on May 30, says he’s “not a real political person” but voiced frustration over the attention now being paid to the NFL’s patriotism and its relationship to the anthem. (Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP)

The Redskins appear to be up against another tough schedule in 2018 | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins faced the third toughest schedule in the NFL last year and it doesn't look like things will get any easier this year.

Some positions become clear, while others get murky at Redskins OTAs | NBC Sports Washington
A strong showing from Derrius Guice has the Redskins singing a different tune in the backfield, while some sloppiness had Jay Gruden lose his temper.

To Alex Smith, the rumors about Derrius Guice don't make a lot of sense | NBC Sports Washington
From what he's seen so far in their time together, Alex Smith believes the Redskins' rooking running back could be really special as a player and teammate.

Need to Know: Competition on Redskins' wide receiver depth chart is heating up | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: The Redskins' three starters at wide receiver are set but there is plenty of competition for key roles and jobs behind them.

‘We should have a voice’: New Redskins speak out on anthem issue and Trump - The Washington Post
Paul Richardson and Derrius Guice share frustration over players being criticized for freedom of expression.

Redskins OTA observations: Scandrick, Dunbar in battle for second CB spot | Redskins XTRA | richmond.com
ASHBURN — It’s still early in the offseason, but one of the more intriguing training camp battles is likely to take place at cornerback.