A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Monday, May 25, 2015.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
-- CSN Washington's Tarik El-Bashir and Rich Tandler give their "OTA To-Do Lists" for a variety of Redskins positions, including quarterback, running back, inside linebacker, outside linebacker and cornerback.
-- Tandler takes a look back at running back Alfred Morris' career and picks his top six performances to date.
-- CSN Washington's JP Finlay asks Redskins fans if they think the team should participate in the HBO hit reality show Hard Knocks during this year's training camp.
-- Tandler crunches some advanced football stats and examines exactly where Robert Griffin III thrives -- and how he needs to improve -- under pressure as a quarterback.
-- ESPN.com's John Keim breaks out the mailbag and answers questions about who could start opposite of Ryan Kerrigan at outside linebacker, as well as a look at the cornerback situation.
-- Keim reports that, despite rumors, the Redskins will not be a candidate to willingly appear on HBO's Hard Knocks.
-- While defensive coordinator Joe Barry says he wants to lead the league in takeaways, Keim takes a look at which defensive stats matter most in helping teams win.
-- The Washington Post's Mike Jones has a piece on rookie wide receiver/returner Jamison Crowder and how he is eager to learn and contribute.
-- Former Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan on Friday appeared on 106.7's Grant & Danny Show. Here's five nuggets from that conversation.
-- The International Business Times reports that country singer Jana Kramer has married Michael Caussin, who had a brief stint as a tight end with the Redskins last season.
-- Charles Chaplin, the grandfather of Redskins defensive lineman Robert Thomas, on Saturday celebrated his 50th high school reunion with dozens of his fellow classmates.
-- The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports on Redskins' first-round choice Brandon Scherff, a self-described "small-town guy" who will adjust to life in the big city.
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