A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Tuesday, May 20, 2014.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
-- On Monday, the organization announced that it will hold joint practices with the New England Patriots leading up to their preseason matchup on August 7th.
-- The team's top two draft picks from the 2014 NFL Draft are looking to acclimate to life as professionals together.
-- A quick look back at the history between the Redskins and Patriots and the burgundy and gold's success against their AFC foe.
-- Taking the Internet by storm yesterday were photos of MLB's Detroit Tigers wearing Zubaz outfits. The Redskins have a past with the wild look was well.
-- Video of Redskins college free agent signee Cody Hoffman from his days at BYU.
-- Morgan Moses repped the Redskins at his graduation ceremony on Sunday.
-- One reporter wrote that kicker Zach Hocker really impressed the coaching staff over the weekend at rookie minicamp.
-- With the NFL Draft in May, Rich Tandler says the Redskins have a plan in place to handle a shortened offseason for the rookies.
-- ESPN's John Keim takes a look at the possibilities for rookie linebacker Trent Murphy.
--One reporter gives his take on how many rookies will contribute right away.
-- Rookie Lache Seastrunk told reporters over the weekend that he is an overall talent that can help the Redskins in a variety of ways.
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