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Daily Slop: Redskins free agency strategy nets more 2019 compensatory picks than expected; Kyle Smith is team’s best kept secret and they’re trying to keep it that way

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Craig Hoffman: Redskins' interest in Joe Flacco was overblown | 106.7 The Fan
Hoffman dispels reports that placed the Redskins hot on Flacco's trail, and another involving Colt McCoy...

Intense doesn't even begin to describe this video of Derrius Guice on the treadmill | NBC Sports Washington
Derrius Guice has been posting a lot of videos recently chronicling his comeback from a torn ACL. On Friday, though, he released one such video that will blow you away.

The Redskins' free agency strategy nets more 2019 compensatory picks than expected | NBC Sports Washington
The NFL's list of compensatory picks was made public on Friday, and the Redskins were awarded more than they were originally expected to land.

Explaining the best move the Redskins can make before free agency opens | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins hold the opportunity to help their team and potentially help their salary cap, but the clock is ticking.

Kyle Smith is the Redskins’ best kept secret and they are trying to keep it that way – The Athletic
The young executive enters his second draft as the scouting director during an important period for the franchise.

NFL Draft prospect Deionte Thompson to miss combine following wrist surgery | NBC Sports Washington
The Alabama safety, and a potential target for the Redskins, will sit out the NFL combine as he recovers from a ligament injury to his wrist.

History says maybe the Redskins should think twice about drafting a QB - The Washington Post
Drafting a passer for long-term success has proven nearly impossible for Washington.

10 players who can catch Redskins’ attention at the NFL scouting combine - The Washington Post
Washington has a big hole to fill at quarterback, but it has plenty of other needs as well.

Dane Brugler’s complete guide to the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine – The Athletic
Each of the four combine categories is important for all 327 participants, but several prospects have a little extra to prove.