A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, June 17, 2015.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
-- After practice, head coach Jay Gruden said Griffin III is "doing something a little bit better" every day. CSN Washington's Tarik El-Bashir has more on his press conference.
-- Will the Redskins make another move before the start of training camp? CSN Washington's JP Finlay thinks it's a possibility.
-- Tandler also provides his own two cents on the team's training camp schedule this year.
-- 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.
-- The Washington Times' Zac Boyer says defensive backs coach Perry Fewell brings a sense of discipline to the unit.
-- ESPN.com's John Keim shares some of his observations about the defense yesterday including DeAngelo Hall's increased workload and Preston Smith getting a run with the first group.
-- Keim also liked what he saw out of Ryan Grant and Andre Roberts on offense among others.
-- Even though there's been a lot of fan chatter about picking him up, Keim says the Redskins can make do without free agent offensive lineman Evan Mathis.
-- And speaking of the offensive line, Keim says offensive line coach Bill Callahan will be someone to highlight today.
-- ProFootballTalk writes that former Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell is retiring.
-- 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.
-- USA Today caught up with Garcon who remembered returning to Haiti for the first time after a massive 7.0 earthquake hit the country a few years back.
-- CBSDC's Brian Tinsman says it's been a long road back to the NFL for former Redskins running back Tim Hightower, but he's enjoy another stint on a roster.
-- David Elfin caught up with cornerback Chris Culliver who is looking to help lead a charge for a Redskins turnaround.
-- The Richmond Time Dispatch's Michael Phillips said the Redskins' pass rushers will benefit under the direction of Joe Kim, a seventh-degree black belt.
-- The Richmond Time Dispatch's Paul Woody thinks placing labels on the Redskins wide receivers shouldn't happen.
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