A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Monday, February 10, 2013.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
--Looking at whether the Redskins should bring back receiver instead of going out and getting a free agent replacement at the position. Moss finished third on the team with 42 receptions for 452 yards and two touchdowns.
--One blogger looks at five of the biggest hits to the Redskins salary cap and what is likely to happen with each player this coming season.
--With a new coaching staff now in Washington, some believe that quarterback Robert Griffin III's fantasy football value is much higher than it was the past two seasons.
--A look at how the Redskins salary cap space can still increase, which would leave them with more than $30 million to spend on free agents this offseason.
--Super Bowl XXII MVP Doug Williams will be joining the Washington Redskins front office as a personnel executive this coming season. Williams served as director of pro personnel in 2009 with Tampa Bay.
--One writer breaks down the top five receivers of the Redskins since the 2010 season including one name that you probably would not have thought about.
--How adding another pass catching tight end to compliment could help the Redskins dramatically. Head coach Jay Gruden used two tight end sets quite often while in Cincinnati.
--According to reports, the Redskins have re-signed defensive end . Worthington was an exclusive rights free agent and missed all of last season with a torn biceps tendon.
--One writer looks at a few receivers that the Redskins could potentially sign during free agency, including one big name and a player who is 'under the radar.'
--A reporter checks out five of the most effective offensive players on the Washington Redskins, with a rookie topping the list.
--A list of ideal free agents that could fill the holes of the Redskins roster, including a few big name players that could improve the team.
--Two members of congress sent a letter to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell concerning the Redskins name.
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