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Five Faves Of '18: Adrian Peterson Moments
The Redskins had a lot of stuff to remember in 2018. Here are some of our favorite Adrian Peterson moments of the year.

Source: Redskins hire new executives in business office | 106.7 The Fan
Redskins hire Scott Shepherd​ and Ryan Calvo to business office, the first reported hires since Brian Lafemina, Steve Ziff and Jake Bye departures.

Redskins top 5 salary cap bargains for 2019 | NBC Sports Washington
Rookie deals help a lot when it comes to finding value in an NFL contract, and the Redskins have a few players performing well on those terms.

Adrian Peterson 2018 Redskins Highlights | Positive Plays - YouTube
All Positive Plays Above 3 Yards...In 2018, Adrian Peterson became only the 4th person in NFL history to rush for 1000 yards after the age of 33...and the oldest since John Riggins last did it in 1984. Adrian had 251 carries for 1,042 yards (4.2 per carry) and seven TDs. He also had 20 catches for 208 yards and a touchdown.

Redskins' Bruce Allen among least communicative execs in NFL - Washington Times
Not only did Washington Redskins team president Bruce Allen not speak to reporters during or after the 2018 season, he has earned a reputation over time as one of the least transparent head executives in the NFL.

Redskins Draft 2019 | 8 Total Picks After Compensatory Picks Are Given Out - YouTube
Redskins set to have 8 total picks after compensatory picks are given out.

Todd Bowles is heading to Tampa, removing a D-coordinator choice if Redskins opt for a new one | NBC Sports Washington
Signs are indicating that the Redskins will soon be in the market for a new defensive coordinator. But Todd Bowles won't be a part of the candidate list for Washington.

The one stat that tells the story of Jordan Reed's disappointing 2018 season | NBC Sports Washington
In 2018, Jordan Reed nearly tied his career-high in games played and his yards-per-catch was in line with past seasons. But one key number explains why he wasn't very productive overall.