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Daily Slop: Redskins news of the day

A look at the top Redskins free agent and draft stories of the day

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Report: NFL Draft to be held in studio | NBC Sports Washington

The league is considering hosting the draft in a “studio setting” with cameras set up at each team’s headquarters — but it’s not yet known how exactly that will work. With no plans to move back the draft past its originally scheduled April 23-25 dates, Goodell mentioned in his memo that he welcomed input from owners on how best to host the event.

The Redskins are now reportedly shopping Dunbar in trade talks | NBC Sports Washington

few minutes after PFT made the trade talks known, Dunbar posted these tweets:

for the record I’m 100% healthy my first 3 years I miss 3 games 2018 I work myself back from a injury the head trainer lied to me about and keep me away for getting it test out completely that lead to me playing additional games I shouldn’t have played in I’m thankful I recover

— Quinton Dunbar (@chosen1_47) March 22, 2020

Adrian Peterson celebrates birthday by donating $100,000 to help coronavirus aid | NBC Sports Washington

NFL Free Agency: Biggest moves and non moves so far |

Remaining Offensive Free Agent options for the Redskins |

Anderson is the biggest name of the bunch above, but he also carries numerous off the field incidents as well as a history of inconsistencies. Even when he’s at his best, Anderson is a one trick pony deep threat option. While there is some value there, the Redskins should probably look at some other options.