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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 6/3


A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, June 3, 2015.

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-- CSN Washington's Rich Tandler wonders which position will experience the most change as the regular-season nears. 

-- Can tight end Niles Paul carry the load at tight end while Jordan Reed recovers from a procedure? CSN Washington's J.P. Finlay has more on the subject

-- Tandler also writes that head coach Jay Gruden is confident the defense can handle all of the changes they've experienced during the offseason

--CSN Washington's Tarik El-Bashir keeps you up to date on the Redskins' long-term search for a new stadium

-- One week after the Redskins decided to cut ties with Chris Chester, Tandler writes that the depth chart at two different offensive line positions have changed as a result. 

-- ESPN's John Keim says the offensive line can't be "The Hogs," but they can create their own identity together

-- Keim writes on DeSean Jackson returning to Redskins Park yesterday for OTAs. 

-- Keim also interviewed Duke head coach David Cutcliffe who had a lot of positive things to say about wide receiver Jamison Crowder. 

-- The Washington Post's Mike Jones answered fan questions in his weekly mailbag including thoughts on Robert Griffin III's progress and more of an emphasis on building the defensive line. 

-- 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 Washington Post's Liz Clarke recently caught up with Kirk Cousins, who said he needs to give the Redskins reasons for playing him more

-- What did the procedure Ryan Kerrigan recently had done mean for the linebacker? He told NBC Washington that it may have been a blessing in disguise

-- 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. 

--'s Chris Wesseling writes that the Redskins considered the decision to exercise Robert Griffin III's option a "no-brainer." 

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