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Jay Gruden: Dwayne Haskins' talent obvious, 'deserves a shot' to start - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
In just a few workouts, the rookie QB has shown the ability to start in the NFL -- and also that he needs more work on the nuances of the pro game.

Three little-known Redskins who could make things interesting at training camp | NBC Sports Washington
You know guys like Dwayne Haskins and Landon Collins will be factors at training camp. But a few back-of-the-roster players have a chance to make waves as well. Here's three to watch.

Improving as a pro quarterback matters far more to Dwayne Haskins than starting Week 1 | NBC Sports Washington
Dwayne Haskins' last big scrum with the media before training camp came on Tuesday, and in talking to reporters, he explained what he's focusing on before he heads to Richmond.

'It's A Nice Little Group': Redskins Molding Secondary With A Mix Of Youth And Experience
Offseason workouts have given the team a chance to evaluate several younger players determined to crack the defensive backfield rotation this fall.

PHOTOS: Top Photos From The 2019 Offseason
Take a look at some of the best photos from the Redskins' 2019 offseason workouts and minicamps.

Case Keenum Loves The Redskins' System. Now He's Learning The Finer Details
Before training camp begins at the end of July, Case Keenum will continue to familiarize himself with Jay Gruden's offense, like

Redskins OT Trent Williams Underwent Minor Procedure Thursday; Not Considered a Setback

New push to put former Redskins running back Larry Brown in the Hall of Fame - The Washington Post
Larry Brown went from an eighth-round pick to an MVP.

Redskins announce a number of changes to front office, scouting staff | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins announced a number of changes to their scouting staff and front office, and the results are a number of promotions.

The surprise offseason standout for all 32 teams
CB Jimmy Moreland

Moreland intercepted five passes during spring workouts, a result that stems from his instincts and knowing where to be and when. Moreland, a seventh-round pick in April, will be a player to watch this summer as a slot corner. He's quick and tough but will have to show he can handle all the responsibilities in the slot -- including playing the run. There's a lot to learn. For now he's someone who should make the roster and could develop into a solid starter at some point. But for a late-round pick from a smaller school (James Madison), he's off to a terrific start. -- John Keim