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Why Trent Williams is the one holding the leverage when it comes to his situation with the Redskins | NBC Sports Washington
NFL players rarely seem to have the leverage in disputes with their teams, but when it comes to his situation with Washington, Trent Williams is the one with the power.

There's reason for excitement about Trey Quinn, and the numbers back it up | NBC Sports Washington
Jamison Crowder averaged nearly 12 targets per game as a Redskin, and with Crowder gone, those targets should go to second-year pro Trey Quinn.

Redskins' Adrian Peterson still has lofty goals, 'same mindset' - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
Now 34 and expected to share carries with Derrius Guice, the veteran says he prepares like a starter, but will embrace whatever role he is given.

Eagles getting rid of open practice a 'slippery slope' for NFL | 106.7 The Fan
The Eagles’ decision to get rid of free practices for fans, if successful, could create a ripple effect around the NFL. Fans around the league should be alarmed, JP Finlay warns on 106.7 The Fan.

2018 Passing Plus-Minus | 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.

What they're saying about the first-round quarterbacks of 2019 - NFC East- ESPN
With offseason workouts in the books, coaches and peers weigh in with their early impressions of Kyler Murray, Daniel Jones and Dwayne Haskins.

Exploring the different scenarios between the Redskins and Trent Williams | NBC Sports Washington
Training camp comes for the Redskins near the end of July, and in mid-June, not much looks overly worrisome. Except for the Trent Williams situation.

Meet the Redskins' newest offseason obsession: Spikeball | Sports | richmond.com
ASHBURN — The Washington Redskins concluded their offseason work with intense competition on the field. It wasn’t a football field, though.

In addition to being an NFL player, Bryce Love can now call himself a Stanford graduate | NBC Sports Washington
Bryce Love's had quite the past few months. The speedy running back was selected by the Redskins in late April, and now, he's officially a college grad, too.

Return Of Redskins To RFK Stadium Could Be Halted By D.C. Council Provision | WAMU
Under a budget bill the D.C. Council will take up Tuesday, Events D.C., the city's sports and convention authority, would be prohibited from spending any money to buy the RFK Stadium site or attract a football team back to the city.

Donnie Warren and Jim Lachey were Redskins teammates. Their kids just got married. - The Washington Post
Paige Lachey met Beau Warren while interning in the Redskins’ finance department six years ago.

NFL teams up with NCAA for next round of safety improvements - Washington Times
The NFL’s top medical experts are asking college football physicians and trainers to help make the game safer.

Redskins planning to start Ereck Flowers at left guard - NFL.com
Ereck Flowers is returning to the NFC East after signing with Washington in March but the Redskins coaching staff sees him as a potential starter at left guard after a career spent at tackle.

Join Greg Stroman, Redskins Cornerback to Donate on World Sickle Cell Day Blood Donors Needed for World Sickle Cell Day Blood Drive - Inova Newsroom

Ranking all 32 NFL offenses by EPA per pass play in 2018 | NFL News, Rankings and Statistics | Pro Football Focus
27. WASHINGTON REDSKINS

No team suffered more attrition at the quarterback position than the Redskins last season, as Alex Smith, Colt McCoy and Mark Sanchez were all lost to injury over the course of the season, forcing Josh Jackson to close out the season by throwing his first regular-season pass attempts since 2011. Upheaval at quarterback to that degree is a guaranteed way to derail a passing offense, and the Redskins found that out the hard way. Assuming that Dwayne Haskins earns the starting job at some point this season, it is critical that the Redskins provide him with a clean pocket to work from. His 90.4 clean-pocket passing grade at Ohio State dropped to 56.7 when he was pressured.