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What drives Redskins' fifth-round pick Keith Ismael? His answer was really impressive | NBC Sports Washington
During a conference call with local reporters on Wednesday, Redskins' fifth-round pick Keith Ismael had a chance to explain what motivates him. His answer was simply terrific.

LOOK: Dwayne Haskins has cut body fat, weight in offseason workouts | NBC Sports Washington
This time last year one persistent question for Dwayne Haskins was lack of mobility. After one year in the NFL, Haskins has got way more mobility than most expected, and more could be coming.

Ron Rivera's decision to trade Quinton Dunbar will go unquestioned after allegations | NBC Sports Washington
In late March, Redskins head coach Ron Rivera decided to trade away former cornerback Quinton Dunbar, and two months later, the decision proved quite wise.

Redskins escape Quinton Dunbar drama | 106.7 The Fan
New Redskins coach Ron Rivera decided Quinton Dunbar's bad attitude wasn't worth keeping and he was spot-on after this nightmare. Dunbar's now wanted for armed robbery and just kissed his NFL career goodbye.

Redskins rookie OL Saahdiq Charles perfectly shut down a question about his arm size | NBC Sports Washington
Some questions deserve to be asked about Saahdiq Charles, a young man got suspended for six games last year at LSU, but when it comes to arm length, Charles isn't at all concerned.

Thaddeus Moss 'tired' of Randy Moss comparisons - Washington Times
"I wouldn't want my last name to do anything for me," Thaddeus Moss told reporters.

The Cowboys, Eagles and Giants draft picks that Redskins fans should be aware of | NBC Sports Washington
If you're a Redskins fan looking to learn about what your division rivals did in the 2020 draft, you've found the right story. So, come in and catch up on the Cowboys', Eagles' and Giants' new players.