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Daily Slop: Chase Young carries large expectations heading into debut against Eagles; PFF Predicts Kevin Pierre-Louis as Washington’s Breakout Player

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JD McKissic didn't even know he was the top RB on the depth chart, so don't get too riled up | RSN
When the Washington Football Team's first official depth chart came out on Tuesday, the key thing folks noticed was Kyle Allen's placement as Dwayne Haskins' backup. That means that Alex Smith will likely be inactive on game days for the time being.

Chase Young carries large expectations heading into debut against Eagles - Washington Times
There are all kinds of reasons to think Washington's defense will be much improved in 2020, but it all starts with Chase Young.

How Washington's Antonio Gibson made Adrian Peterson expendable - NFC East- ESPN
The rookie running back's versatility -- he can run with power and also line up as a receiver -- gives Washington exciting options on offense.

Dwayne Haskins' athletic ability surprised Eagles during 2019 matchup | RSN
As a rookie, Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins had his first real 'breakout game' during the team's Week 15 clash against its NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles.

Eagles DC admits it's hard to prepare for Antonio Gibson | RSN
Nearly 10 days ago, Washington Football Team head coach Ron Rivera was asked what role he has planned for rookie Antonio Gibson in the offense.

Coach Ron Rivera misses Washington practice as cancer treatment begins
Washington head coach Ron Rivera missed his first practice Tuesday as his cancer treatment began, with defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio stepping up for the day.

Ron Rivera misses start of Washington practice due to cancer treatments - The Washington Post
Washington Coach Ron Rivera underwent treatment for squamous cell carcinoma Tuesday and was absent from practice.

NFL Preview: Dwayne Haskins' job this year is simple - make sure Washington can't draft Trevor Lawrence | Professional Sports |
Ultimately, Haskins won't be judged on wins and losses this year. But in a season where Washington will be among the league's worst teams, he must win enough games that

Dwayne Haskins is a hard worker. His next lesson is to not work so hard | RSN
Dwayne Haskins is 13 years into his life as a quarterback and beginning his second season as a pro signal caller. When he was very young, and when other kids his age were watching Scooby-Doo, as he put it on Tuesday, Haskins was instead more interested in attending football camps and picking up knowledge about coverages and blitz pickups.

PFF Predicts Kevin Pierre-Louis as Washington's Breakout Player for 2020 Season
Pro Football Focus praised Pierre-Louis' production in coverage and blitz packages.

NFL betting: Who's getting the most action on future bets?
Kyler Murray is a favorite among bettors placing MVP wagers.

How to predict interceptions in the NFL