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Redskins offensive line coach Joe Bugel retires from football. Photo by John McDonnell/The Washington Post via Getty Images
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Joe Bugel, former Redskins offensive coordinator, dies at 80 - Washington Times
Former Washington Redskins offensive assistant Joe Bugel, the architect of the "Hogs," the team's renowned group of linemen, died Sunday. He was 80.

Redskins practice squad WR suffers torn Achilles, likely to miss 2020 season | NBC Sports Washington
Redskins wide receiver Emanuel Hall suffered a torn Achilles last month while training and seems likely to miss the full 2020 season. The news came via Hall's verified Instagram page.

Adrian Peterson: "Four More Years? Why Not?"

SEE IT: Dwayne Haskins throws an absolute dime to Ravens' J.K. Dobbins while training together | NBC Sports Washington
The former college teammates are now pros in the same area and are spending some time training together.

Redskins RB Adrian Peterson sees NFL's valuation of running backs as 'disrespectful' | NBC Sports Washington
The veteran running back believes the position and its players are being consistently undervalued.

Bullish or Bearish? Derrius Guice will eclipse 1,000 rushing yards this year | NBC Sports Washington
In "Bullish or Bearish?", JP Finlay and Pete Hailey look at fan-submitted statements about the Redskins and decide whether they're in or out on those statements. Next up is one that relates to Derrius Guice.

Looking for where the Redskins need to be better in 2020? Start with this stat | NBC Sports Washington
The Redskins should, and need to, improve in lots of statistical areas in 2020, but this simple one may be the best place for them to start.

Redskins Superlatives: These two defenders receive the Most Likely to Break Out award | NBC Sports Washington
This week, JP Finlay and Pete Hailey will be handing out Redskins Superlatives as they continue to preview the 2020 season. First up: The Most Likely to Break Out award.

Doug Williams jokes about Tom Brady's potential reaction to sharing his No. 12 Bucs jersey | NBC Sports Washington
Tom Brady may be the new No. 12 in Tampa Bay, but Doug Williams doesn't want him to forget one of the originals.

DeMaurice Smith not happy Tom Brady, others, are working out
Tom Brady, Matthew Stafford and Russell Wilson are still working out with teammates.