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One crazy stat that connects Dwayne Haskins with Cam Newton, but also Mark Sanchez | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins selected Dwayne Haskins with the 15th overall pick of the 2019 NFL Draft. While his record at Ohio State was impressive, Haskins didn't log many starts. What does that mean in the NFL?

Washington's QB competition should just be enjoyed and played out - Washington Times
The right course of action for teams and rookie QBs -- including Washington and Haskins -- isn't one-size-fits-all. But that doesn't stop us from sharing hunches.

Redskins DL Jonathan Allen Sits Down With Joe Theismann

Doug Williams on QB Dwayne Haskins: 'There's Room To Have A Lot of Hope'
Williams, the team's senior vice president of player personnel, praised Haskins for the poise, patience and command he's displayed throughout offseason workouts.

DeAngelo Hall Wants to See Darrell Green & Deion Sanders Race Each Other | GMFB - YouTube

Three numbers worth considering when looking at the Redskins and Trent Williams | NBC Sports Washington
It seems like late June and early July will be relatively quiet between the Redskins and Trent Williams. While both sides ponder their options, you should consider these three numbers tied to the dilemma.

Which NFC East Team has the Best Chance to Win the Division in 2019?

The Rookie Scouting Portfolio (RSP)Colt Brennan, June Jones and Lessons for the Future of Quarterback Evaluation
Rookie Scouting Portfolio contributor Mark Schofield takes a second look at former NFL quarterback Colt Brennan and discovers lessons for the future of evaluating the position. I loved Colt Brennan. I loved him at the paddock, before the second race, and outside the men's room when I placed my bet. I loved him before you…

Why don't minority offensive coaches get hired in NFL?
The absence of men of color in top offensive coaching positions has permeated NFL hiring practices far too long. With more of those coaches now plainly identified, will the NFL's power brokers affect change?