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Redskins’ Kevin O’Connell shakes off Sean McVay label, eyes Dwayne Haskins’ development - The Washington Post
Washington's 34-year old offensive coordinator is considered one of the game's bright young minds. Can he mold rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins into a star?

Redskins should be better than projected: 'Take the over' | 106.7 The Fan
Vegas sets the Redskins’ over/under at 6.5 wins. One USA Today writer predicts a 3-13 season. Take the over, 106.7 The Fan columnist Rick Snider says.

Viewing the Trent Williams situation through the eyes of a player | NBC Sports Washington
Santana Moss explains how he'd approach Trent Williams as a friend and former player, and from the Washington Redskins' front office perspective.

Redskins Training Camp Talk, Trent Williams Holdout & More
Washington Redskins training camp starts July 25th in Richmond, Virginia. This is a little talk about some of the current topics surrounding the team.

Colt McCoy, Derrius Guice will start Redskins training camp on active list | Sports | richmond.com
The Washington Redskins will open training camp on Wednesday with their annual conditioning test, and a better health situation than they've had in some time.

The Redskins only have two years left of training camp in Richmond. What's next? | Plus | richmond.com
As the Washington Redskins arrive in town this week for their annual training camp, they do so nearing the end of their 8-year contract to bring the camp to Richmond.

DeMaurice Smith, Roger Goodell set to do tense battle again over new CBA
In a revealing profile in the Washington Post on NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith, his tension with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell comes into light even more.

Fantasy Football 2019: Patrick Mahomes Leads QB Projections; Brady, Brees Outside Top 10 – CBS Boston
Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs second-year QB, is projected to be the top fantasy QB signal caller, by a fairly significant margin.