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May

Redskins 2017 OTAs to-do list: Plenty for running backs to work on

Free agency is done. The draft is history. Rookie minicamp is in the rearview and the 90-man offseason roster has been filled out. Now comes the difficult part for Jay Gruden and his staff: putting it all together. With OTAs set to begin on Tuesday, Redskins Insiders JP Finlay and Rich Tandler will examine top priorities on Gruden’s to-do list as he prepares the team for training camp in Richmond later this summer. Up today … Running backs to-do list Tandler: A year ago the main concern going into OTAs was identifying a backup to Matt Jones, who was the unquestioned starter. Now the Redskins appear to have some depth with two potential starters, neither of whom is Jones. Undrafted rookie Rob

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May

Need to Know: How well will the Redskins’ defense adjust to six new starters?

Free agency is done. The draft is history. Rookie minicamp is in the rearview and the 90-man offseason roster has been filled out. Now comes the difficult part for Jay Gruden and his staff: putting it all together. With OTAs set to begin on Tuesday, Redskins Insiders JP Finlay and Rich Tandler will examine top priorities on Gruden’s to-do list as he prepares the team for training camp in Richmond later this summer. Up today … Offensive line to-do list Tandler: The offseason program, starting with the condition program and continuing through OTAs and minicamp, is more important to quarterbacks than it is to any other position. With the 2011 CBA rules they can’t come in early and get some time

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May

Need to Know: The Redskins week that was—Roster projections, rookie camp

Here is what you need to know on this Saturday, May 20, three days before the Washington Redskins start OTAs on May 23. Timeline It’s been 139 days since the Redskins played a game. Their season opener against the Eagles at FedEx Field is in 113 days. Days until: —Redskins OTAs start (5/23) 3 —Training camp starts (7/27) 68 —Preseason opener @ Ravens (8/10) 82 The Redskins week that was A look at some of the most popular post of the past week at www.CSNmidatlantic.com and www.RealRedskins.com. Redskins rookie camp practice observations—Nobody is going to make the team at rookie camp. And no draft pick is going to get cut at the end of it either. But impressions are formed. What the media can

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May

Cousins has high praise for Redskins’ brass, but will it manifest into new deal?

A lot of Redskins fans were encouraged when Kirk Cousins broke out into praise of almost everything Redskins when talking about his prospects for a new contract earlier this week. “I feel good about our owner, he’s done a good job communicating this offseason with me, and the same with Bruce Allen and Jay Gruden and our scouting staff, our coaches," he told Larry Michael on Redskins Nation on Wednesday. I feel good about the direction we’re headed and we’ll see where it ends up but bottom line, I’m in a good place right now and we’ll go win a lot of football games,” NFL POWER RANKINGS: WHICH TEAM HAD THE BEST OFFSEASON? This is not the first time we have heard such talk from Cousins in recent

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May

ESPN’s Bill Barnwell gives Giants a grade of C- for their offseason moves

The New York Giants received a C- grade for their offseason by ESPN writer Bill Barnwell. The moves made by each NFL franchise realistically can’t be graded until the season plays out. The Giants received the lowest grade in the NFC East with the Philadelphia Eagles getting a B-, the division champion Dallas Cowboys receiving a C+, and the Washington Redskins getting a C. While it was previously stated offseason grades are entirely subjective, the Giants do not deserve a C- for their offseason.

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