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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 6/1


A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Monday, June 1, 2015.

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-- CSN Washington's Rich Tandler writes about the Redskins' decision on releasing veterans Chris Chester and Tracy Porter last week and what the timing of the moves might mean

-- CSN Washington's Tarik El-Bashir continues his series of "Redskins at the crossroads" with an in-depth look at two-time Pro Bowl safety Dashon Goldson. 

-- Tandler also has a look at the 2004 San Francisco 49ers -- which was the first time current Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan's had a hand in the team's roster decisions -- and the Redskins' 2015 roster as it stands now.

-- ESPN's John Keim answered fan questions over the weekend including those on Brandon Scherff's arm length and what Robert Griffin III needs to accomplish in 2015

-- Keim also has this article after an interview with linebacker Ryan Kerrigan in which he said he's ready to "kick it up again" after a recent minor procedure.

-- 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."

-- 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 Neil Greenberg breaks down some numbers and believes cornerback Chris Culliver will have a big impact for the Redskins' secondary. 

-- The Hattiesburg American has a feature on Redskins rookie Dasman McCullum impressing coaches and teammates early on his tenure with the team after earning a free agent contract. 

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