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Need to Know: Hidden factors will decide many Redskins roster battles | NBC Sports Washington
Need to Know: Many focus on splash plays when trying to figure out which players will make the final cut. But the deciding factors go much deeper than that.

Morgan Moses named Redskins offensive player of the year for 2017 | Sports | richmond.com
WASHINGTON - The Washington Redskins announced their players of the year at the annual "Welcome Home Luncheon" on Wednesday, an event that celebrates the end of training camp.

No apostrophe, no hype, no problem for Washington Redskins Daron Payne - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
The Redskins' quiet first-rounder plans to let his play do the talking as he anchors a young and promising defensive front.

Sitting starters in the preseason has never worked out for Redskins coach Jay Gruden - The Washington Post
Sending out the first-team offense against Baltimore would send a strong statement, but Gruden won't do it.

Redskins optimistic about defensive line despite starters having not played together in preseason - The Washington Post
Redskins have Matt Ioannidis back, but starters on defensive line won't play together in a preseason game.

875 pounds of fish, 54 dozen eggs and a kombucha machine: A week feeding an NFL team - The Washington Post
The Redskins, one of 20 NFL teams with a full-time sports dietitian, place a premium on players’ meal planning.

Washington Redskins 53 Man roster breakdown: Offense | Fanspeak.com

With some extra late round picks for next season, the Redskins may even look to trade for someone at the bottom of another team’s depth chart.

Washington Redskins 53 Man roster breakdown: Defense | Fanspeak.com

While Vigil was the better LB last year and a bit more versatile, Spaight has outplayed him every week of the preseason. I think right now, that puts Spaight in the lead for the final spot.

100 Yards: Alex Smith
Redskins Quarterback Alex Smith goes 100 yards with Redskins.com's Perry Mattern.

Connor Jessop Doesn't Have To Travel Far For First NFL Experience
The Broad Run High School alum is staying with his parents after signing with the Redskins on Sunday, preparing to play on Thursday if the team needs him.

Redskins position battle: What's up at wide receiver? | NBC Sports Washington
Brian Quick and Cam Sims are both battling for a roster spot before cuts come Saturday.

PHOTOS: Ravens Week Practice (8/28/18)
Check out these photos of the Redskins' preparing for their Preseason Week 4 game against the Baltimore Ravens Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018, at the Inova Sports Performance Center at Redskins Park.

Two key Redskins offensive players on track to play Week 1 | NBC Sports Washington
Two important Redskins offensive players have not played at all in the preseason, but both should be ready to go in Week 1 against the Cardinals.

Reasons for concern about the 2018 Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins upgraded a number of positions over the offseason but areas that merit concern remain. Here is a look at five of them.

As roster cuts loom on Saturday, Redskins’ bubble players try to avoid playing ‘tight’ - The Washington Post
Washington has one final preseason game before cuts are due by 4 p.m. on Saturday.

Redskins' Kapri Bibbs not stressing about cutdown day | 106.7 The Fan
Bibbs is competing with Rob Kelley, Samaje Perine and Byron Marshall for backup RB spots.

Terez Paylor: Redskins' Jay Gruden and Alex Smith 'a match made in heaven' | 106.7 The Fan
Terez Paylor believes everyone's underestimating Alex Smith and the Redskins.

Sitting starters in the preseason has never worked out for Redskins coach Jay Gruden - The Washington Post
Sending out the first-team offense against Baltimore would send a strong statement, but Gruden won't do it.

Chris Thompson, Jordan Reed of Washington Redskins on track for season opener at Arizona Cardinals
Redskins running back Chris Thompson is "ready to go" and tight end Jordan Reed is "on pace" for the team's season opener at Arizona, head coach Jay Gruden said Monday.

Three Redskins moves that shouldn't surprise you on cutdown day | 106.7 The Fan
Be in the know as cutdown day approaches. Craig Hoffman has three roster moves Redskins fans should look out for.

The preseason finale matters for roster hopefuls, but maybe not as much as you think | NBC Sports Washington
Fans tend to put a ton of stock in the preseason finale. But Jay Gruden and some roster hopefuls don't necessarily hold it in the same regard.

Rob Kelley, Samaje Perine ready for competition in Redskins preseason finale | NBC Sports Washington
Adrian Peterson's arrival has shrunk the roster space at RB. That means preseason Game 4 on Thursday is an important one for Samaje Perine, Rob Kelley and Kapri Bibbs.

Special teams make the difference in 4 roster battles for Redskins 53 | NBC Sports Washington
Versatility helps fringe roster players. Watching the fourth preseason game, keep an eye out for guys that are on the field in a lot of different places. The coaches will be.

Simmie Cobbs Jr. And Darvin Kidsy Provided A Late Spark Against Denver Preparing For Final Impressions
The young wide receivers helped break Washington's scoreless drought in the end zone on Friday, jolting the offense to life and inserting some more question marks into the wide receiver battle.

Under the Radar Players who still have a shot to make the 53 man roster | Fanspeak.com

Holtz handled fullback duties in the 3rd preseason game with Peterson and the Redskins had some success on those runs. It’s something they at least need to consider and could end up with Holtz finally making a 53 man roster.