A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, July 1, 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 tries to answer whether tight end Jordan Reed, who has been injured for most of the offseason, will play a significant role this year, spelling Niles Paul and Logan Paulsen.
Check out images of veteran defensive lineman Terrance Knighton during his first few months as a Washington Redskin.
-- CSN has also made a bracket to determine the No. 1 Redskins player of all time. One of their latest matchups features Sean Taylor against Charley Taylor.
-- CSN Washington's Tarik El-Bashir continues his position breakdown with the nose tackle spot, which will mostly be manned by Terrance Knighton.
-- El-Bashir and Tandler also team up to determine which players will be tasked with punt and kickoff return duties, noting rookies Jamison Crowder and Trey Williams as possibilities.
-- ESPN's John Keim lays out how experts believe the Redskins will fare this season after having a strong offseason.
-- While he has begun to display signs of this in the offseason, Keim believes Robert Griffin III needs to show improved pocket presence this season to be successful.
-- Will the New York Giants pass rush be something fear again, like it was in 2007? ESPN reporters discuss if each team in NFC East will see them that way.
-- Mike Jones of the Washington Post opens up his mailbag and answers some fan questions, including ones about David Amerson's struggles and Robert Griffin III's preseason workload.
-- 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 Richmond Times Dispatch's Michael Phillips writes that the Redskins special teams wants to continue their improvement under second-year coach Ben Kotwica.
-- BleacherReport breaks down how to solve some of the Redskins' offensive problems with Griffin III and head coach Jay Gruden.
-- Fox Sports analyzes how Ryan Grant, in his second year, will fit into the Redskins' plans with a crowded room of receivers.
-- Rantsports profiles wide receiver DeSean Jackson and how he will fit into the offense in preparation for training camp.
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