A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Thursday, May 28, 2015.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
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-- CSN Washington's Rich Tandler writes about head coach Jay Gruden wanting more out of the defense in 2015, especially when it comes to forcing turnovers.
-- CSN Washington's Tarik El-Bashir wonders what the short- and long-term future is for second year offensive lineman Morgan Moses.
-- El-Bashir also writes on the Redskins releasing cornerback Tracy Porter after one season in Washington.
-- Along with Porter, longtime starting guard Chris Chester was also released, making room for one of the offensive line's younger members to move up to the starting lineup. El-Bashir has more on Spencer Long possibly being the one to take that spot.
-- CSN Washington's J.P. Finlay on Hard Knocks going to the Texans. The Redskins were rumored to be one of three finalists along with the Browns.
-- After Robert Griffin III, how does the quarterback depth chart shake out? Gruden gives you an update.
-- ESPN's John Keim has this write-up on how Long should be considered the favorite to replace Chester in the starting lineup.
-- Keim writes that Joe Barry believes Dashon Goldson is "exactly what you want."
-- He also caught up with running back Alfred Morris who said the power run game, which offensive line coach Bill Callahan excels in, is "right up my alley."
-- 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.
-- The Washington Post's Dan Steinberg has this piece on wide receiver Pierre Garcon's business ambitions which have already gotten off to a strong start with Spinfire Pizza.
-- Longtime Washington, D.C., reporter David Elfin writes that after two tough seasons, Griffin III appeared to be more at ease with OTAs officially underway. -- WJLA.com's Alex Parker has this piece on Yasmine Arrington, a local student who recently graduated college after receiving a scholarship from the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation.
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