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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 5/8

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A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Friday, May 8, 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 has a look at the rookies who could end up starting for the Redskins this year. 

-- CSN Washington's Tarik El-Bashir also has this piece on how general manager Scot McCloughan is "very excited" to finally see quarterback Robert Griffin III on the field. 

-- Tandler reports that the Redskins and seventh-round pick Austin Reiter have agreed to terms

-- Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz told ESPN that what separates Scherff from the competition is his attitude

-- ESPN's John Keim writes that new Redskins linebacker Martrell Spaight is "incredibly intellegent." 

-- Keim also has this article on how the Redskins quickly made their offensive line bigger by drafting Scherff and Arie Kouandjio. 

-- The Washington Times' Tom Schad says the Redskins turned back the clock to their smashmouth style days, and no picks showed this more than their first three in Scherff, Preston Smith and Matt Jones. 

-- The Washington Post writes that Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser is pushing for the Redskins to return to the city

-- ESPN's Jason Reid says the 2015 season is Robert Griffin III's strongest chance to date to show he's capable of leading the Redskins

-- Per NFL.com former Redskins tight end Fred Davis has be reinstated. 


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