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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 6/26

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A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Friday, June 26, 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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Check out images of veteran safety Jeron Johnson during his first few months as a Washington Redskin.

-- CSN Washington's Rich Tandler examines the popular question regarding whether rookie linebacker Preston Smith will start right away on defense.

-- Tandler also lays out the entire 90-man roster and breaks down projected starters on offense and defense. 

-- CSN Washington's Tarik El-Bashir previews the team's strong safety position, which features a good competition between Duke Ihenacho and Jeron Johnson above rookie Kyshoen Jarrett and Phillip Thomas. 

-- While he may not be considered elite in John Keim's eyes, the ESPN reporter believes Alfred Morris should be kept after this season

-- Keim also has this piece on how safety Jeron Johnson is trying to shed his past and form a new identity with the Redskins

-- Keim also listed his best and worst moves the Redskins made this offseason including the hiring of general manager Scot McCloughan being a big hit. 

-- ESPN reporters discuss how each team in NFC East will be able to slow down, or at least match, the Eagles' new offense under head coach Chip Kelly. 

-- With a year under Jay Gruden's offense in his back pocket, Robert Griffin III is already feeling more confident heading into the 2015 regular season. 

-- Fredricksburg.com has this piece on former Redskins wide receiver Gary Clark helping local youth

-- The Washington Times' Zac Boyer says the Redskins hope quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh can be a huge asset to the team's three young quarterbacks

-- The Washington Post's Liz Clarke writes that the Redskins and head coach Jay Gruden are [searching for cures to their red zone anemia](-- CSN Washington's Rich Tandler examines the popular question regarding whther rookie linebacker Preston Smith will start right away on defense. -- Tandler also lays out the entire 90-man roster and breaks down projected starters on offense and defense. -- CSN Washington's Tarik El-Bashir previews the team's strong safety position, which features a good competition between Duke Ihenacho and Jeron Johnson above rookie Kyshoen Jarrett and Phillip Thomas. -- While he may not be considered elite in John Keim's eyes, the ESPN reporter believes Alfred Morris should be kept after this season. -- Keim also has this piece on how safety Jeron Johnson is trying to shed his past and form a new identity with the Redskins. -- Keim also listed his best and worst moves the Redskins made this offseason including the hiring of general manager Scot McCloughan being a big hit. -- ESPN reporters discuss how each team in NFC East will be able to slow down, or at least match, the Eagles' new offense under head coach Chip Kelly. -- With a year under Jay Gruden's offense in his back pocket, Robert Griffin III is already feeling more confident heading into the 2015 regular season. -- Fredricksburg.com has this piece on former Redskins wide receiver Gary Clark helping local youth. -- The Washington Times' Zac Boyer says the Redskins hope quarterbacks coach Matt Cavanaugh can be a huge asset to the team's three young quarterbacks. -- The Washington Post's Liz Clarke writes that the Redskins' "forgotten man" in 2014 -- Pierre Garcon -- is expected to make some serious noise in 2015. ).  

-- The Washington Post's Mark Bullock continues the "Fresh Look" series by analyzing the Vikings game from 2014 to learn more about head coach Jay Gruden's coaching style. 

-- The Richmond Times Dispatch's Michael Phillips writes that the Redskins are hoping for better offensive success with three play-callers

-- 247Sports talks to Jeron Johnson about what he plans to leave behind from his days in Seattle while keeping the formula for success. 

-- USA Today writes that the Redskins believe their new mix of veterans and youngsters could be the start to a much improved defensive unit. 

-- CBSDC's Brian Tinsman has a look at the six types of social media posts the players have during the offseason. 


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