A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Friday, June 19, 2015.
All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.
-- Is Tevin Mitchel a lock to make the final 53-man roster? CSN Washington's Rich Tandler has a look at his chances.
-- Among those who performed well in Tandler's eyes during minicamp was Trent Murphy.
-- CSN Washington's Tarik El-Bashir says the battle for the team's No. 2 quarterback spot could be a long one that may last up into the start of the regular season.
-- CSN Washington's Peter Hailey has a look at safety Duke Ihenacho's tapped cleats, which have become an Internet phenomenom recently.
-- Could Ryan Grant be in for a big sophomore season? Gruden thinks at the very least that he's "ready" to see more reps.
-- The Washington Times' Todd Dybas says that offensive line coach Bill Callahan is demanding, but focused on reshaping the unit.
-- The Washington Times' Zac Boyer says defensive backs coach Perry Fewell brings a sense of discipline to the unit.
-- ESPN.com's John Keim notes that rookie safety Kyshoen Jarrett stood out both on special teams and defense this week.
-- Keim also wrote about Bill Polian's comments about Robert Griffin III and what else the Redskins need to focus on this season besides the fourth-year quarterback.
-- Keim was also among those who caught up with Callahan, who eventually wants to duplicate "The Hogs" and their success.
-- ProFootballTalk writes that former Redskins quarterback Jason Campbell is retiring.
-- The Washington Post's Liz Clarke writes that offensive line coach Bill Callahan has a pretty solid long-term design for the unit.
-- 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 says Callahan's passion for the game will be a foundational block for the offensive line's direction moving forward.
-- 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.
-- Griffin III interviewed with Fox-DC about his first few weeks of being a father.
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