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Did Vernon Davis make the NFL change celebration rules?
Last fall, Vernon Davis scored a TD in a Redskins win. Then he celebrated and got a dumb, dumb penalty.
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Gruden knows that new parts on Redskins defense must gel quickly
Redskins coach Jay Gruden knows that patience is not a virtue to Redskins fans and that the new parts to his defense must gel quickly. 
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Don't count out 3rd straight franchise tag for Cousins
If the Redskins don't reach a deal with Kirk Cousins by July 15th, don't assume the team won't consider another franchise tag.
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Skins' offseason ramps up with start of OTAs
The Redskins’ offseason starts to move into high gear today as organized team activities, better known as OTAs, get underway at Redskins Park.
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Who are the Redskins' roster locks?
Need to Know: As OTAs start today, all 90 players on the roster have something to work for. But few dozen of them don’t have to work for a job.
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Chris Thompson is the NFL's best 3rd-down RB, Gruden says
Third-down running backs are very valuable in the NFL, and Jay Gruden thinks the Redskins have the league's best option lining up in their backfield.
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North Carolina quarterback Mitch Trubisky
Fantasy football: 2017 rookie quarterback rankings
Is Mitch Trubisky the hot rookie QB over Deshaun Watson? Who becomes this year's Dak Prescott? Ben Standig looks at the top rookie passers entering fantasy football in 2017.
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Jay Gruden sees huge value in Chris Thompson
Chris Thompson isn't a name many national fans would recognize, but Jay Gruden knows how important the running back is to the Redskins' offense.
Gruden more confident in team's offseason than others are
The mainstream opinion is that the Redskins' offseason was hectic, but Jay Gruden says he feels a lot better about it than outsiders.
Gruden, Redskins make helping community top priority
Jay Gruden, Chris Thompson, Jonathan Allen other members of the Washington Redskins took time out of their offseason to help the community on Monday with the Redskins Foundation.
When will the Redskins be playing in a new stadium?
Team president Bruce Allen explains the Redskins' timeline for a new place to play. Will they stay in Maryland or go to DC or Virginia?
Bruce Allen talks major changes to Redskins' front office
Team president Bruce Allen knows the Redskins have some hiring to do in the front office, but it's more than just general manager.
Jay Gruden explains how Redskins will rise to expectations
The Redskins' offense looks a bit different compared with last year, and coach Jay Gruden evaluates just how good he thinks they'll be.
For Redskins, finding a nose tackle needs to be a priority
Free agency is done. The draft is history. What's next?
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In which state could Redskins' new stadium be built?
The Redskins are scheduled to play at FedEx Field for another decade. But could it be sooner?
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Redskins plan to add multiple new front office positions
The team plans to add multiple new positions to Washington's front office staff.
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Redskins could learn valuable lesson from Patriots
The Patriots decided to hold on to Jimmy Garoppolo and the Redskins may have used the same reasoning in keeping Kirk Cousins. 
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Which Redskins will surprise in 2017?
Need to Know: Tandler picks four Redskins who will surprise in 2017, both on the plus side and on the minus side. 
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Redskins 2017 OTAs to-do list: Plenty for RBs to work on
Redskins OTAs to-do list: The Redskins have a rookie and player with nine career starts atop their running back depth chart. There is plenty for them to work on. 
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Reminder: Why Redskins unlikely to trade for Richard Sherman
The Seahawks, oddly, have openly talked about trading Pro Bowl cornerback Richard Sherman. Plenty of teams will be interested, but that might not include the Redskins. 
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How well will the Redskins' defense adjust to six new starters?
Need to Know: Tandler answers fan questions about the defense adjust to multiple new starters and Kirk Cousins' contract. 
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Redskins 2017 OTAs to-do list: QBs have a lot to learn
Redskins OTAs to-do list: Quarterbacks have more to get done than anyone else during OTAs. Here is what the will be working on. 
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The Redskins week that was—Roster projections, rookie camp
Need to Know: The Redskins week that was includes a rookie camp review and a look ahead to September and the cut to 53.
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What to watch for when Redskins begin OTAs
JP Finlay joins Redskins Nation to preview what he'll be watching for at the team's OTAs, including the revamped defensive line and who separates themselves on offense.
Cousins sends special video to teen injured in car wreck
One local high school football player was hurt in a serious car wreck last weekend, so Kirk Cousins recorded a personalized video to give him a boost.
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Compton defends Cousins — with SpongeBob's help
A couple of NFL.com podcasters disagree with where Kirk Cousins landed in the NFL Top 100 rankings. Will Compton quickly backed up his quarterback, though.
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Does Cousins' praise translate to contract talks?
Kirk Cousins has been talking up the Redskins organization lately. Is that a sign that he'll sign a long-term deal in Washington? 
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Poll: Which pending Redskins free agent will be the most important to retain?
Poll: Which pending Redskins free agent will be the most important to retain?
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REDSKINS OTAS TO-DO LIST: WR group has talent but questions
With OTAs set to begin next Tuesday, Redskins Insiders JP Finlay and Rich Tandler will examine top priorities on Jay Gruden’s to-do list. Friday's installment: Wide receiver. 
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Feinstein: Cousins has long held the cards
John Feinstein believes Cousins has more control over his future as a Redskin than we think.
What - if anything - can Redskins learn from Derek Carr situation?
Raiders QB Derek Carr is, without argument, a franchise quarterback. And franchise quarterbacks get paid. The only weird thing, it hasn't happened yet. 
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Cousins was right when he said many Redskins have 1-year deals
Need to Know: Kirk Cousins recenttly said that he is just one of many Redskins on one-year contracts. He was right. 
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Former Hokie Vinston Painter is right at home with Redskins
Former Virginia Tech offensive lineman Vinston Painter has found a home with the Washington Redskins.
Redskins now: After rookie camp, Tandler talks who will make the roster
Tandler takes your Redskins questions on how the draft picks did in rookie camp. 
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Redskins OTAs to-do list: Offensive line looks to improve run blocking
Redskins OTAs to-do list: The offensive line seems to be set so they can work on gelling as a unit. And that means getting better in the run game. 
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2017 Rookie WR Rankings
Fantasy Football drafts don’t begin in earnest for another couple of months, but when it comes to projecting the best of the newbies, why wait? Ben Standig ranks the top rookie wide receivers for the 2017...
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Redskins defense overhauled coaches, but that brings challenges too
The Redskins defense struggled in 2016, and Jay Gruden made a number of coaching changes. Remember, however, new coaches will not necessarily deliver immediate results.
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John Ross
Fantasy Football: Which Rookie WRs to Target?
Catch up with Ben Standig's 2017 fantasy football rankings of the top rookie wide receivers, including the speedster with the fastest 40-time in the history of the NFL Combine.
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How a long history of injuries made Redskins DB stronger
Redskins rookie cornerback Josh Holsey almost quit football before he got back to work. Now he's looking forward to fighting for an NFL job. 
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Junkies react to Cousins' comments on Redskins Nation
After a recent interview by Kirk Cousins, some of the Junkies are feeling that the Redskins are headed in the right direction with the QB.
New #RedskinsTalk Podcast: Playing the percentages
JP Finlay and Rich Tandler talk through the chances of two rookie starters for the Redskins, a new Kirk Cousins deal and whether or not Tandler would look good in a romper.
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Redskins player one-liners—Defense
Need to Know: A look at each of the 25 defensive players projected to make the 53-man roster. 
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Trent Williams' old high school retires his jersey
Longview High School has only retired two football numbers in its history, and after Tuesday, one belongs to the Redskins' famous left tackle. 
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Redskins DB Everett on new coach, offseason
Redskins corner back, Deshazor Everett sits down with Larry Michael to discuss offseason prep, new defensive coordinator, Greg Manusky, and Redskins-Cowboys rivalry.
Kirk Cousins knows Redskins need more than passing yards in 2017
Kirk Cousins shattered his own Redskins passing record in 2016. In 2017, however, he wants more than yards, he wants wins. 
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Who starts opposite Ryan Kerrigan at OLB?
In 2016, Kerrigan led the Redskins edge defenders with 477 pass rush snaps. Murphy and Smith were not far behind though, with 417 and 400. How will 2017 unfold?
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After a offseason of changes, projecting the Redskins' roster on defense
The Redskins have acquired a lot of new defensive talent this offseason. Who goes and who stays?
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Cousins not looking ahead on contract talks
Kirk Cousins talked about his contract status on Redskins Nation and he stuck to his script. 
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Redskins player one-liners—Offense
After projecting the roster, Tandler gives his quick take on every player on offense. 
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How important is it for Kirk Cousins to be a team leader?
Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins discusses Tuesday with Larry Michael on Redskins Nation the importance for him to be a leader on the team.
Cousins on how the Redskins offense will look this season
Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins discusses Tuesday with Larry Michael on Redskins Nation how the team's offense will look this season after some personnel changes this offseason.
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Cousins on contract: 'I feel good about where we're headed'
Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins discusses Tuesday the latest on his contract situation with Larry Michael on Redskins Nation.
Redskins sign Bob Marley's grandson
Here's a headline you don't see every day: Bob Marley's grandson is officially a Redskin, the team announced today. 
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A bright future? 4 Redskins players land in NFLPA Rising 50 list
After winning 17 games over the past two seasons and one division title, the case can be made that the Redskins' future appears bright. Some new, anecdotal evidence backs that up.
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Safety depth will matter as Cravens, Swearinger adapt to roles
Redskins roster battles: With questions hovering about the starting free and strong safety, who makes the team as the backup safeties could be critical. 
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RG3 perhaps dealing with new football reality: Backup QB
In 2015, Redskins coach Jay Gruden benched Robert Griffin III in favor of Kirk Cousins. The move was considered a short-term scenario for RG3, but now looks like his only option. 
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Should Redskins fans be concerned that there is no GM yet?
Need to Know: Should you be concerned that the team hasn't named a GM yet? Who will exceed expectations in 2017? Tandler takes your questions.
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Kirk Cousins cracks the NFL Top 100
In two straight seasons, Kirk Cousins has broken Redskins passing yards franchise records. It appears the rest of the NFL is taking notice. 
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Ryan Kerrigan hosts his annual Leukemia Golf Classic
Ryan Kerrigan hosted his annual Leukemia Golf Class on Monday afternoon, and was joined by guys such as Jay Gruden, Dustin Hopkins and others.
Redskins sign two, let go of three after rookie minicamp
The Redskins have done some roster shuffling a couple of days after they concluded their rookie minicamp. 
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Predicting Redskins' 53-man offensive roster on offense
Sure, it's too early to project the Redskins' roster. That's never stopped Tandler from trying. 
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The Redskins' ample options for wide receiver replacements
The Redskins lost a lot at the WR position this offseason, though Terrelle Pryor should help offset some of that.
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Redskins announce 2017 Richmond training camp schedule
The Redskins have announced their 2017 training camp schedule. 
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No certain timeline for Redskins injured draft picks
In back-to-back rounds of the NFL Draft, the Redskins selected players with known injuries. Washington coach Jay Gruden couldn't provide much of a timeline for their return.
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How did Jonathan Allen perform at Redskins' mini camp?
Mike Jones, on how the Redskins first-round pick Jonathan Allen, performed at mini camp.
Who stood out at Redskins' rookie mini camp?
Mike Jones on what he observed at the Redskins' rookie mini camp.
A two-back attack for the Redskins? Gruden praises Perine
Need to Know: Emptying out the rookie camp notebook with thoughts about the running back situation and some late-round picks. 
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PHOTO: Robert Griffin III shares engagement, baby news
The former Redskins and Browns quarterback is engaged to be married again, and he's also about to welcome his second child later this year.
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Familiar name wearing 24 at Redskins rookie camp
In practice, the Redskins offense wears white and the defense wears red. So when 24 red was on the field with Norman on the back, people took notice. Except it wasn't Josh Norman.
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Redskins coaches have decisions to make following rookie camp
Need to Know: With rookie monicamp in the rearview, coaches must decide on possible roster moves. 
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Who stood out at Redskins rookie camp?
JP Finlay and Rich Tandler talk who impressed them and other observations from Redskins rookie camp Saturday.
Samaje Perine: 'I want to make my mark wherever I can'
JP Finlay talks to Samaje Perine about his experience with Washington so far and his expectations for the upcoming season.
Redskins rookie camp practice observations
The Redskins got their draft picks, undrated free agents, and about three dozen tryout players together for a practice.
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Jay Gruden shoots down report of 49ers draft day trade offer
If the 49ers made the Redskins a trade offer during the first round of the NFL Draft, Jay Gruden didn't know about it. He made that clear on Saturday.
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A look inside Redskins rookie minicamp
Redskins rookie minicamp is underway, and CSNMA has you covered. 
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Redskins Playbook: Plenty of rookie storylines beyond top picks
Redskins rookie minicamp started on Friday, but on Saturday the media gets to come watch the new players working out on the Ashburn practice fields. Here are 3 things to watch.
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The Redskins week that was—Cousins contract holdup, how much better on D
Need to Know: Tandler's look at the Redskins week that was includes a possible reason for the Cousins contract holdup and a logjam at OLB.
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Redskins' Shawn Lauvao not bothered by rookie competition
Redskins offensive lineman Shawn Lauvao joined Larry Michael ahead of mini-camp to discuss his offseason and talk a bout what the competition will be like with rookies coming for his playing time.
FULL: Behind the scene of Jonathan Allen's interview prep
Charley Casserly had the chance to meet with Alabama DL Jonathan Allen a month before the Redskins selected the Virginia native with the No. 17 overall pick. Here's a behind the scene look at the interview...
The full list of players who'll attend Redskins rookie camp
The TV cameras will be focused on Jonathan Allen and Ryan Anderson, but the Redskins brass will also have their eyes on 37 tryout players at Redskins rookie camp this weekend. 
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Redskins Now: Tandler talks rookie camp, safety, running backs
Redskins Now 06.12.17: Tandler answers your question including the running backs, linebackers, and more. 
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How will Kelley and Perine share carries in 2017?
Redskins roster battles: Rob Kelley was a great story last year, going from undrafted free agent to starter. But this year he faces a challenge for his job.
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Cravens wants to keep Norman away from Madden's cover
With his personality and ability at corner, Josh Norman is one interception-filled season away from being an ideal Madden candidate. But Su'a Cravens wouldn't like it.
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Redskins turned down a draft day trade with the 49ers
The Redskins turned down a 49ers trade proposal during the first round of the draft (it doesn't involve a player). 
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Redskins offseason moves could shore up tackling problem
A skill taught to football players starting in Pop Warner, tackling proved to be a problem for the Redskins in 2016. A few moves this offseason could correct the problem.
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Redskins best- and worst-case scenarios—Offense
Need to Know: Taking a look at the ceilings and floors for some of the Redskins on offense.
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Which of the Redskins draftees will have the biggest impact?
Each 2017 draft pick brings something different to the table for the Redskins. Will there be anyone that stands out when the season comes around?
Nine of the 10 Redskins draft picks are in the fold
The Redskins' front office got to work and signed nine of the team's 10 draft picks to contracts in advance of rookie camp this weekend. 
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Brown adds more competition at LB for Redskins
The Redskins signed Zach Brown in free agency to bolster the middle of their defense, and his arrival should do just that. It also creates questions for Will Compton and Mason Foster. 
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Redskins are underdogs more often than they are favorites in 2017
The way too early point spreads are out for the first 15 NFL games and the Redskins are underwater in the eyes of Vegas. 
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Who starts at running back, on defensive line?
Tandler talks Jonathan Allen, running backs, and more with Larry Michael on Redskins Nation.
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The Redskins' 2017 season will be a success if they win one game
Need to Know: The Redskins only need to win one game for the 2017 season to be a success, one that is played in January.
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McCloughan offers high praise of Gruden, the talent evaluator
As much pressure may fill the halls of Redskins Park, one such area it didn't was between former general manager Scot McCloughan and head coach Jay Gruden.
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Which cornerback will cover the slot in 2017?
Redskins roster battles: The Redskins ended 2016 with an unsettled situation at nickel corner and there will be a battle to see who handles that key position this year. 
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Trent Murphy wins bet, gets to Ric Flair chop teammate
AJ Francis and Trent Murphy made a wrestling-related bet against each other, and unfortunately for Francis, he was not the winner of said bet.
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Redskins will be younger in 2017
We don't know if the Redskins will be better than they were last year but they will be younger. 
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How will the Redskins handle the logjam at outside LB?
Need to Know: The Redskins may have to shuffle their game day roster to accommodate some talented edge rushers.
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Preston Smith is tired of almost sacking the quarterback
Preston Smith's sack numbers dropped in 2016 after a strong rookie season, and he largely blames that decline on grabbing, but not taking down, opposing passers.
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Should the Redskins hire a GM or keep it like it is now?
STL's Chick Hernandez and Brian Mitchell discuss if the Redskins should hire a new general manager or keep things as they are now after what many believe to be a successful free agency and draft for the...
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Did Jay Gruden help save the Redskins' 2017 NFL draft class?
STL's Chick Hernandez and Brian Mitchell discuss if coach Jay Gruden helped save the Redskins' 2017 NFL draft class following the firing of general manager Scot McCloughan.
Scot McCloughan and Jay Gruden of the Washington Redskins
Scot McCloughan credits Jay Gruden for Redskins draft class
In his first public comments since his firing in March, former Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan credited coach Jay Gruden as a big reason why he thinks the team had a successful 2017 NFL draft.
Scot McCloughan wishes he could've stayed with Redskins
In his first public comments since his firing in March, former Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan said he wished he could have stayed with the team to see things "come to fruition."
Redskins pass out numbers to each of their rookies
Jonathan Allen took No. 95 shortly after the draft, but now, other rookies like Ryan Anderson and Samaje Perine have digits of their own, too.
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McCloughan has no hard feelings to Redskins after dismissal
In his first public comments since his firing in March, former Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan expressed no hard feelings toward the team.
McCloughan mentions possible hold up in Kirk Cousins contract
Scot McCloughan spoke at length for the first time since his departure from the Redskins, and in the process perhaps shed some light on the contract talks with Kirk Cousins. 
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McCloughan says Redskins 'treated me fairly'
In a radio interview, Scot McCloughan took the high road as he talked about his departure as the Redskins GM.
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Redskins TEs Vernon Davis, Jordan Reed and Niles Paul
Redskins 2017 roster battles: TE questions after Reed, Davis
The Redskins go into OTAs with competition for jobs at several spots on the field. On area will be tight end, where as many as three players could be fighting for one spot. 
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How much better will the Redskins defense perform?
The Redskins have added talent to their defense. How much better should the unit perform?
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NFL Power Ranks: Who got better after the 2017 Draft?
The 2017 NFL Draft  gave every team the opportunity to get better. Or worse. Some squads made moves that should help, while other teams created more questions than answers.
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Five young veterans who could step up for the Redskins
Need to Know: Draft picks are not the only young players who can have an impact this year. Some young Redskins veterans could contribute as well.
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New #RedskinsTalk Podcast: Catching up with Preston Smith
Redskins LB Preston Smith joins JP Finlay to talk about losing weight this offseason, playing for Greg Manusky, the draft, getting more sacks in 2017 and bowling. Yes, bowling.
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Kirk Cousins has made some excellent reading choices
Kirk Cousins posted a photo Monday of a stack of books he's planning on reading. Let's figure out which ones will teach him the most useful things.
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Scot McCloughan auctioning off Redskins-themed items
Taking the high road is always the move, but can be tough to do. Not for Scot McCloughan, who will auction off his famed Redskins camo hat and donate the proceeds to charity. 
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Redskins roster battles: Who starts at left guard?
Redskins roster battles: The O-line is set with exception of the left guard spot? Can veteran Shawn Lauvao fend off a challenge from third-year pro Arie Kouandjio?
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Running back by committee for the 2017 Redskins?
Jay Gruden has a track record of adjusting his approach at running back according to the talent he has on hand. What does that mean this year?
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Time to shuffle the roster with rookie camp and OTAs
Its almost time to start dwindling the roster size and the first stop for the Redskins coaching staff will be the rookie camp and OTAs.
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Surprising stat shows drafting guards early makes big impact
Recent draft history says leaning on the run game early makes more sense, and maybe that should make Redskins fans appreciate the selection of Brandon Scherff a little more. 
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Gruden says Redskins defense better on paper but must prove it on the field.
Some post-draft quick hit thoughts including Gruden on the defense, a rookie who knows what he wants and reassessing as draft pick's chances. 
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Redskins narrow favorites over Eagles in NFL Week 1 lines
The Redskins have beaten the Eagles in five straight contests and Washington performed a major defensive overhaul this offseason. The Week 1 line does not exactly show that. 
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The Redskins week that was—Draft grades, a Crimson Tide bet
Need to Know: A look back at the Redskins week that was including draft grades, a big winner in the draft, and a friendly wager. 
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Scot McCloughan and Jay Gruden of the Washington Redskins
Redskins 2017 Draft remained focused on 'football players'
Scot McCloughan is gone from the Redskins, but his impact lasted on the 2017 Draft as Jay Gruden talked about what Washington targeted in their 10 picks. 
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Getting to know a new Redskin who has a superb name
One name stuck out amongst the Redskins eight undrafted free agent signings: Fish Smithson. Here's all the information you need to know about the new safety.
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High churn rate: Only 14 Redskins remain from Gruden's first team
The Redskins have turned over 70 percent of their roster since Jay Gruden's first year as head coach. 
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Redskins Now: Tandler talks GM, draft impact, and more
Redskins Now: Tandler takes to Facebook Live to talk about the team's GM situation, the impact of the draft, and more
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Washington Wide Receiver Jamison Crowder
Gruden explains how Redskins will maximize Jamison Crowder
Approaching his third season, and emerging as one of the best slot receivers in the NFL, Redskins fans should expect even more out of Jamison Crowder. Jay Gruden does. 
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Poll: How many games will the 2017 Redskins win?
Poll: Who many games will the 2017 Redskins win?
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Moses contract details: Redskins' right tackle now second-highest paid
Redskins right tackle Morgan Moses' new contract makes him No. 2 among the hightest-paid at his position. 
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How many wins for the 2017 Redskins?
Need to Know: What are reasonable expectations for wins for the 2017 Redskins.
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Redskins won't look elswhere for new GM, per report
The Redskins are going to reorganize internally to fill the general manager responsibilities, according to a report. 
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Mack Brown
Redskins Mack Brown on his rookie season, making the team
Redskins RB Mack Brown spoke with Redskins Nation about his preseason TD run against Tampa Bay and making the final 53-man roster.
Redskins draft grade roundup
How did the Redskins 2017 draft class pan out in the eyes of the media?
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Redskins Now: Tandler answers questions on a new GM, Sudfeld, Anderson, and more
Tandler took to Facebook Live today to take fans questions about all things Redskins
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Redskins officially add 8 undrafted free agents
The NFL Draft might have ended last weekend but the competition for undrafted players can be fierce. The Redskins officially announced what UDFAs they are bringing in. 
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Redskins 2017 draft picks
The Redskins selected 10 players in the 2017 NFL Draft.
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Redskins WR Davis had single digit pass receptions in high school
New Redskins receiver Robert Davis didn't catch very many passes in high school but he did pick up a skill that can get him some NFL playing time.
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Jay Gruden's 'greatest fear as a coach' may surprise you
Like any professional, Jay Gruden has job-related fears. After the 2017 Draft, the Washington head coach spoke about his greatest fear as a coach, and it may surprise some people. 
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Will Compton Martrell Spaight camp 2015
Redskins post-draft depth chart: Lots of moving parts on defense
Post-draft depth chart: The Redskins brought in a lot of new defensive talent and now they must fit them all together. 
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NTK: Who starts at inside linebacker?
Need to Know: Answering some fan questions including what Ryan Anderson's role will be and who will start at inside LB.
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Chris Baker is dancing for the Bucs now, which is sad
Each year, getting used to seeing ex-Redskins in their new team's uniform takes time. But watching Chris Baker dance with a Tampa Bay jersey on? That hurts.
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Value shopping? Redskins did just that at NFL Draft
Few surrounding the NFL thought Alabama defensive lineman Jonathan Allen would fall to the Redskins with the 17th pick. He did, and Washington is that much better because of it. 
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Browns laughed at Kirk Cousins trade rumors
Some found reports that Kirk Cousins might be headed to Cleveland disturbing. The Browns just laughed at them.
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Redskins' post-draft depth chart: Are the offensive starters set?
Redskins post-draft depth chart: Is it possible that here in early May we know who will start on offense for the Redskins in early September.
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Report: McCloughan back to running scouting service
Bruce Allen explained in late March that following Scot McCloughan's dismissal from the Redskins, he was free to work anywhere in the NFL. It didn't take long for him to find work. 
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Which Redskins draft picks will make the 53-man roster?
Need to Know: The Redskins drafted 10 players. Who are the roster locks and which ones are long shots to make it?
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After a solid draft, is the dysfunction at Redskins Park a thing of the past?
The Redskins have had a good offseason despite the fireworks of a couple of months ago but can they maintain the good work?
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Gruden on RB Samaje Perine: "He’s going to hit you'
Washington struggled to run the ball in the red zone and at the goal line in 2016. 4th round rookie Samaje Perine might be able to help with that.
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After drafting 10 players, needs remain for the Redskins
The Redskins had a lot of needs and even 10 draft picks weren't enough to completely solidify the roster.
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Nose tackle? We don't need no stinking nose tackle
Even with 10 picks in the NFL Draft, and four picks in the last two rounds, Washington chose to again ignore the nose tackle position. It doesn't sound like it was an accident either.
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Five Redskins who could lose their jobs to draft picks
Need to Know: NFL rosters are a zero sum game. If a player is added another one loses his job. 
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2018 NFL Mock Draft: Redskins projected to take QB
Redskins fans are excited about the 2017 NFL Draft. But if things play out in 2018 as Ben Standig projects, the reaction would likely be split.
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#REDSKINSTALK Podcast: Analyzing Washington's Draft Picks
Following the 2017 NFL Draft, there's a lot to talk about, from why the players were selected to how they'll fit with the team. 
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Las Vegas reacts to Redskins after 2017 Draft
The Redskins won 8 games in 2016. The offseason started poorly, but in the time since, Washington has made strong moves. Still, in the eyes of Las Vegas, it hardly matters. 
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DB draft picks have uphill fight for roster spots
It's not like Redskins cornerback Josh Norman is going to willingly step aside for a rookie. 
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Gruden eager to get top pick into starting lineup
Redskins coach Jay Gruden is eager to see what Jonathan Allen, the team's top draft pick, can do for him.
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What will Redskins' front 7 look like with Allen on roster?
With the addition of Jonathan Allen, what will the Redskins front 7 look like? John Keim weighed in on the Junkies.
Gruden talks Redskins draft strategy, Ryan Anderson, QBs
Need to Know: Jay Gruden talks about the NFL Draft including their strategy, not taking a quarterback, and Ryan Anderson. 
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How a simple bet between Alabama rookies could pay big for Redskins
A huge part of the Redskins defensive problems came on 3rd downs, and Jonathan Allen and Ryan Anderson should immediately provide a pass rush boost. How much is the question. 
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Grading the Redskins' 2017 draft
Sure, it's too early to know how the players the Redskins just drafted will turn out. But we can evaluate the process and Tandler does that right here. 
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Clear winner from Redskins 2017 Draft?
The Redskins did not invest in a developmental quarterback in 2017's draft. They must like the development of the passer that's already in house. 
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Redskins, Jets reportedly talked trade for Pro Bowl DT
The Redskins were in serious talks with the Jets about a deal for a defensive lineman but no trade was made.
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The Redskins month that was—Salary cap, schedule, the draft
Need to Know: A look back at the most popular stories of April including a salary cap issue, the schedule, and a surprise in the first round of the draft.
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Gruden squashes negative perception on Alabama defenders
Alabama dominates college football, and their strength is largely on defense. There is some suggestion Tide players struggle in the NFL, but Jay Gruden shut that theory down.
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What did Trevor Matich make of the Redskins draft class?
Trevor Matich breaks down the Redskins 10-man draft class with his favorite picks and immediate impact players.
Which Day 3 draft picks will have the biggest impact?
Trevor Matich on the Redskins Day 3 picks and which ones will have the biggest impact for Washington.
Redskins draft oft-injured CB with final pick
Redskins use their final draft selection on Joshua Holsey, who has a history of knee injuries. 
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Redskins roll dice late on talented safety
Simply put? The Redskins rolled the dice on a kid with good size and tackling ability who had problems with marijuana early in college. In the 7th round, a good gamble.
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3 things to know about Redskins 6th rounder Robert Davis
This offseason the Redskins made a clear effort to get bigger at wide receiver, and now in the sixth round, Bruce Allen tabbed Georgia State WR Robert Davis. He follows that trend. 
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Redskins add another tall receiver in the draft
The Redskins went to a small-school wide receiver for their second sixth-round pick in the draft.
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Redskins move up, draft Wyoming C Foullier
The Redskins picked up their first offensive lineman in the draft after making a deal to move up in the sixth round.
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3 things to know about Chase Roullier
As the NFL Draft gets to the last 2 rounds, prospects often come from lower profile schools. Chase Roullier fits that mold, but this is a player the Redskins specifically wanted.
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Redskins' Smith looking forward to defensive additions
Redskins' OLB Preston Smith on what he thought of the draft picks Washington added on the defensive side of the ball.
Redskins late-round draft recap
Who did the Redskins draft in the late rounds of the 2017 NFL Draft? CSN has you covered.
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3 things to know about Jeremy Sprinkle
The Redskins added a tight end in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Draft - Jeremy Sprinkle from Arkansas. He's most famous for an unfortunate incident, but could be a solid player. 
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Anthony Lanier has added muscle, looking forward to 2017
Redskins Anthony Lanier has added muscle, looking forward to big season
Draft picks Allen and Anderson talk friendship, competition
CSN's JP Finlay spoke with the Redskins first and second round draft pIcks Jonathan Allen and Ryan Anderson, teammates at the University of Alabama.
Redskins' Lanier discusses what he thought of team's draft
Redskins defensive lineman Anthon Lanier spoke with CSN's JP Finlay on Saturday to discuss his thoughts on the defensive players the Redskins took in the 2017 NFL Draft, specifically Jonathan Allen and Ryan...
Redskins fifth round pick has talent, but red flags too
The Redskins took tight end Jeremy Sprinkle with their fifth-round pick, a player with an embarrassing incident on his record.
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Why did the Redskins draft Montae Nicholson?
The Redskins first 4 picks of the 2017 Draft were met with nearly universal acclaim. That changed Saturday when the team selected Michigan State safety Montae Nicholson. 
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Redskins take safety Nicholson in fourth round
The Redskins took safety Montae Nicholson with their second fourth-round pick in the NFL draft. 
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3 reasons Samaje Perine makes sense
For the first three rounds of the NFL Draft the Redskins went exclusively with defense. That changed in a big way Saturday with the selection of Oklahoma RB Samaje Perine.
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Redskins go offense with their fourth-round pick
After going with defense on their first three picks, the Redskins took a step towards bolstering their offense.
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NFL Draft 2017: 7 late-round names to watch
Predicting the NFL Draft is a fool's errand, especially after the first round. For the Redskins, a team that holds 7 picks on Saturday, there will be a chance to grab players the team likes.
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The best players left in the draft for the Redskins—Defense
The Redskins aren't going to stop adding talent to the defense in the remainder of the draft. Here are some of the best available on that side of the ball.
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The best players left in the draft for the Redskins—Offense
The best players left in the draft for the Redskins at each position on offense. 
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The best Redskins late-round picks of the last 10 years
Need to Know: The third day can turn a good draft into a great one. Here are the Redskins' best late picks of the last 10 drafts. 
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Redskins have kept focus on defense at the Draft
Two days, three rounds and it has been all defense so far for the Redskins. 
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The draft has gone all defense so far for the Redskins
The Redskins needed to upgrade their defense and they have done just that so far in the NFL Draft.
First round talent, but injuries explain Moreau's third round status
On the field, Fabian Moreau makes plays from his cornerback slot that translate to the NFL game. Staying on the field has been a different matter though. 
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Redskins take UCLA cornerback in the third
The Redskins conntinue to add to their defense in the draft, taking UCLA cornerback Fabian Moreau in the third round.
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3 biggest games of Ryan Anderson at 'Bama
Ryan Anderson played four seasons for Alabama, though his career did not take off until 2015. Looking back at his biggest games is a fun excercise to see the linebacker at his best. 
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New Redskins LB Anderson: ' I'm an old school football player'
The Redskins have a self-described "football player" in their second-round draft pick. 
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Another 'Bama player headed to Washington
For the second time in as many picks, the Redskins have drafted a member of the vaunted Alabama defense.
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Reasons to like Redskins surprise pick of OLB Ryan Anderson
The Redskins continued a trend on Friday with their second round selection: Drafting Alabama defensive players. This time it was an edge rusher in Ryan Anderson, a pick that surprised many. 
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Morgan Moses happy to be back with Redskins
After signing his five year extension, RT Morgan Moses joined Redskins Nation to discuss sticking around Washington.
He grew up cheering for the Redskins, now he plays for them
Jonathan Allen joins Redskins Nation after being drafted by the team he grew up cheering for.
How'd the rest of the NFC East do in the 1st round?
The Redskins are busy celebrating Jonathan Allen's arrival, but what about the first-round picks that were made in Philly, New York and Dallas?
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What grade did Josh Norris give the Skins for Jonathan Allen
What did Josh Norris think of the Redskins using the 17th pick on Jonathan Allen?
Second Round NFL Draft Live Blog
The second and third rounds of the 2017 NFL Draft are here.  Our Redskins Draft Live blog is here to guide you, pick-by-pick. 
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FULL: Jonathan Allen talks HS, disappointment, NFL goals
Charley Casserly spent the day with Alabama DL Jonathan Allen a month before the Redskins drafted the Virginia native with the No. 17 pick. Allen discusses his high school career, and what motivates him to...
FULL: Jonathan Allen breaks down film with Charley Casserly
Prior to being selected by the Redskins with the No. 17 overall draft pick, Alabama defensive lineman and Virginia native Jonathan Allen met with CSN analyst Charley Casserly to give you an inside look at...
Redskins hit 2013 recruiting class jackpot
After drafting Jonathan Allen in the first round of the NFL Draft, the Redskins defense is loaded with players who were top recruits in high school.
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Did playing at Alabama hurt Allen's draft stock?
Jonathan Allen was one of many studs on Alabama's defense the past few years, and that might be another factor in why he fell to Washington Thursday.
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