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Redskins WR Josh Doctson: 'I think I'm hitting free agency next year' - Washington Redskins Blog- ESPN
"No, because that would mean it would have gotten to me and I'd feel some type of way. There's no motivation," he said. "I'm not trying to prove nothing to nobody. Just trying to get chemistry with the quarterbacks."

While Dwayne Haskins' first Madden rating is fair, Montez Sweat's feels too low | NBC Sports Washington
Madden released its ratings for every rookie about to enter their first year of the NFL, including all 10 Redskins first-year players. So, what stands out? Let's break down the numbers.

Who Will Start at Safety Opposite of Landon Collins? | Redskins Training Camp Questions 2019
The Washington Redskins will kick-off training camp on August 25, 2019, in Richmond, Virginia. That being said, it's time to take a look at the biggest question marks heading into next season. Today we'll be taking a look at who will start at safety opposite of Landon Collins.

Grant Paulsen: Why Case Keenum should start over Dwayne Haskins | NBC Sports Washington
Should the Reskins go with the rookie QB or the veteran in Week 1? Our analysts examine Washington's quarterback battle.

Redskins 2019 Draft Class Receives Madden Ratings
EA Sports released its rookie ratings for Madden NFL 20 on Monday. Here's a look how they evaluated each of the Redskins' draft picks.

Redskins roster analysis: Improved secondary could make big difference on defense - The Washington Post
The arrival of Landon Collins at safety and better health at the cornerback position has Washington feeling better about its pass coverage.

Pro Football Hall of Fame could induct 20 members for centennial class - Washington Times
The Pro Football Hall of Fame is finalizing plans to induct 20 new members in its Class of 2020 to celebrate the NFL's centennial next year, rather than its normal maximum of eight inductees.

Who rates players in Madden NFL 20? Go inside the ratings process
Meet Dustin Smith and Andre Weingarten, the men who rate players for Madden, and see how they determined Kyler Murray's video game fate.