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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 5/14


A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Thursday, May 14, 2015.

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-- CSN Washington's Rich Tandler answers Redskins' fans questions, including one about where he believes the team currently stands in the NFC East after its free agency and draft.

-- After making a plethora of moves to improve its secondary, CSN wonders: who could be the odd man out among Redskins defensive backs in 2015?

-- Tandler notes that running back Alfred Morris has had the lion's share of rushing attempts for the Redskins over the past three season, but wonders if that could be changing with a possible running back by committee approach?

-- The Washington Times reports on Redskins college free agent quarterback Connor Halliday being grateful for the chance to add his talents to the professional ranks with the burgundy and gold.

-- reports that the Atlanta Falcons are set to sign former Redskins tackle Tyler Polumbus.

-- Adam Hayward has been around a few coaches in his career, but the linebacker said recently of new Redskins defensive coordinator Joe Barry: "He's crazy and I love the guy for it,"'s John Keim reports.

 -- Keim also provides a post-draft look at the running back position for the Redskins, which was boosted by the pick of Matt Jones out of Florida.

-- Redskins outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan is excited about the team's offseason gains, ESPN reports.

-- The Washington Post has a debate about which team is currently the best in the NFC East.

-- The Arizona Cardinals signed former Redskins linebacker Darryl Sharpton, *The Washington Post *reports.

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