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Daily Slop: Landon Collins Wants To Prove Himself Before Considering Taking The No. 21; Trent Williams Fine After Dealing With “Serious Health Scare”

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All The Dates For The Redskins' 2019 Offseason Workouts
The Washington Redskins will begin their offseason training program on April 15 with two weeks of weight training activities before transitioning to on-field training the first week of May.

Landon Collins Wants To Prove Himself Before He Considers Taking The No. 21 Jersey
The Redskins' prize offseason addition had debated wearing Sean Taylor's number this season, but ultimately chose against it, wanting to wait a year after playing in Washington.

2019 QB Countdown: Evaluating Drew Lock's potential and chances of being a Redskin | NBC Sports Washington
Drew Lock and the Redskins will meet this week, as Washington continues to research QB prospects. What is there to like about the Missouri product, and where could he stand to improve?

Prospect Profiles: Deionte Thompson Determined To Impress After Ligament Injury
The former Alabama defensive back is one of the highest-rated safeties in this year's NFL Draft and looks to make up for missing the NFL Combine.

Trent Williams Fine After Dealing With “Serious Health Scare”

Washington Redskins star left tackle Trent Williams has spent the last several weeks dealing with a medical scare that at one time appeared to be very serious.

QBASE 2019 | Football Outsiders
Football Outsiders is the internet home for Innovative Statistics and Intelligent Analysis of the NFL and college football. Our writers, led by Aaron Schatz, also provide content to ESPN.com and write the annual book Football Outsiders Almanac.

Opinion: NFL and its 'Legends' hit mark on youth, high school football
Willie McGinest and Michael Robinson both are helping the NFL with its bid to improve instruction, technique and safety in youth football.

Tracing the roots of Dwayne Haskins football journey
Ohio State's QB flew up draft boards after 14 starts, but his rise began as a youth with maturity beyond his years and a relentless work ethic.