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Rivera optimistic on Trent Williams: 'He's still our guy' - NFL.com
Trent Williams held out the entire 2019 season, but new Washington Redskins head coach Ron Rivera sees an opportunity to mend a relationship with a perennial Pro Bowl left tackle.

'It's Always The People Behind You Talking The Loudest': Guice Eager To Shed Injury-Prone Label
Guice has played in just five games over his first two NFL seasons.

There's plenty of reasons to believe in Ron Rivera, but this should be near the top of the list | NBC Sports Washington
There's already so much positivity surrounding Ron Rivera and what he could do with the Redskins. Here's one overlooked factor, though, that may be the single biggest reason to get excited.

Point-Counterpoint: Debating whether the Redskins should sign Greg Olsen | NBC Sports Washington
Greg Olsen is reportedly set to visit with the Redskins in the coming days, as Washington considers adding the veteran tight end. Should they ultimately sign him, though? Here's the argument for both sides.

Breaking Down The Redskins' Roster Entering The 2020 Offseason
With Super Bowl LIV in the books, it's time to look ahead to the 2020 campaign. Here's who will be back for the Redskins next season and who could be playing elsewhere.

Was Trent Williams' holdout partly due to his contract? Joe Theismann believes it was | NBC Sports Washington
Joe Theismann spoke with the Redskins Talk podcast about the reasons behind Trent Williams' holdout.

Redskins open with the worst odds to win Super Bowl LV | NBC Sports Washington
Oddsmakers are not believing in the Redskins in 2020.

First Lady Candess visits troops in Alaska
Candess watched Super Bowl 54 in Alaska with our servicemen, women and families.