A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Thursday, June 11, 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 Rich Tandler writes about how any kinds of "culture changes" within the Redskins shouldn't be expected to happen overnight.
-- There's lots of competition and young talent along the Redskins' offensive line, so Tandler believes versatility may be the determining factor when head coach Jay Gruden puts together the depth chart.
-- CSNWashington.com's JP Finlay asks Redskins fans if they believe any OTA absences from wide receiver DeSean Jackson could affect his play in the 2015 season.
-- Along with a "culture change" Tandler writes that the Redskins need to establish an identity and then maintain it season after season.
-- The Washington Times' Andrew Walsh reports on the close friendship of Redskins defensive linemen Chris Baker and Terrance Knighton, who grew up together in Connecticut.
-- ESPN.com's John Keim writes that different teams around the league take varying approaches when it comes to expectations for voluntary OTA sessions.
-- Keim also believes the Redskins' return game should receive a boost from 2015 draft pick Jamison Crowder.
-- The Washington Post's Mike Jones writes that there are "mirror images" competing for the Redskins' strong safety position in Duke Ihenacho and Jeron Johnson.
-- Mark Bullock of The Washington Post breaks out the game film and looks at what worked -- and what didn't work -- in the Redskins' Week 6 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals last season.
-- After feeling the "shock" of being traded to the Redskins this offseason, veteran safety Dashon Goldson is eager for redemption, The Washington Post's Liz Clarke reports.
-- Legendary Redskins cornerback Darrell Green says he believes quarterback Robert Griffin III is "gonna handle business" in 2015.
-- After a brief stint with the Redskins as an undrafted free agent, defensive lineman Daryl Waud has found a home in his native Canada with the CFL's Toronto Argonauts.
-- 106.7 The Fan DC's Patrick Cannon gives his list of the five 2015 Redskins acquisitions he's most excited about.
-- Washington Life Magazine reports on Redskins wide receiver Pierre Garçon's third annual All-White Charity Event, which raised $106,000 for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington.
-- FOXSports.com reports on Knighton and how he believes he was the "biggest steal" in free agency this offseason.
-- Former Redskins Ambassador Jillian Anderson, who appeared on season 19 of the ABC hit show "The Bachelor," will return to the TV franchise in "Bachelor In Paradise," The Washington Post reports.
Check Out What's On Redskins.com:
--Johnson, Ihenacho Bringing Out A Friendly Competition
--PHOTOS: Redskins Wrap Up OTAs On Hot Afternoon
--N. Paul Bulks Up To Further Tight End Transition
--VIDEO: Santana Moss Posts #TBT Tribute For Sean Taylor
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