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Daily Slop: Redskins have faith in their young CB’s but will keep options open; Norman raves about Jets rookie QB

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Redskins leaning heavily on young players in secondary after cutting Orlando Scandrick - The Washington Post
Second-year cornerback Fabian Moreau is among the players taking on a bigger role following Scandrick's release.

Josh Norman raves about Jets rookie QB Sam Darnold: ‘This little kid is not making mistakes!’ - The Washington Post
Washington's star cornerback compares Darnold to the Cowboys' Dak Prescott and Eagles' Carson Wentz.

Bill Barnwell builds perfect NFL roster under 2018 the salary cap
We gave Bill Barnwell $177 million to spend -- sort of -- and asked him to build a flawless squad ... with a few rules. This is the result.

PHOTOS: 2018 Washington Redskins Training Camp Day 15, Practice
The Washington Redskins conducted their final day of training camp practice Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center in Richmond, Va.

How Su'a Cravens Fell Apart in Washington |
Two years ago he was a promising rookie with a chance to become a cornerstone player in Washington. Then came the falling out, and a year marked by isolation and paranoia, mistrust and betrayal. Is Su’a Cravens a quitter or a victim? The answer depends on who—and what—you believe

Redskins starters training camp one-liners, offense | NBC Sports Washington
The focus during training camp is usually on the long shots and backups clawing for roster spots. Here is a look at how the offensive starters performed in Richmond, one-liner style.

Assessing the Redskins' injury situation: Good news, bad news | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins break camp having suffered one high-impact injury, but with some rehabbing players rounding into form.

Need to Know: Redskins have faith in their young cornerbacks but will keep their options open | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: The release of Orlando Scandrick showed the confidence the Redskins have in their young corners. But they also have a Plan B in mind.

Wired Up: Jay Gruden
Head coach Jay Gruden is wired up for sound during training camp practice at Bon Secours Training Center in Richmond, Va

Redskins 53 Man roster predictions: Offense |

That leaves the Redskins with two open back-up spots and one is pretty likely to go to Tony Bergstrom who can back-up both center and guard positions. Bergstrom was signed during the season last year and was forced to play some. He’s had a solid camp, and his versatility makes him a near lock. For the last roster spot I think it’s likely a three man race between OT T.J. Clemmings, T/G Tyler Catalina and G Kyle Kalis.

Redskins 53 Man roster predictions: Defense |

The one concern is the lack of experience on this team beyond Josh Norman. Dunbar over three years has 8 starts and about 900 snaps, but now he’s going into a full time role. Moreau managed just 50 snaps last year due to the Redskins depth. Beyond them are three late round or undrafted rookies. That is a pretty thin unit that could get exposed if Norman were to miss any time.