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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 7/14


A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Tuesday, July 14, 2015.

All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.


-- CSN continues the "Best of the Best" bracket, pitting Redskins greats against each other to determine the best player in franchise history, with two final four matchups featuring some of the team's Hall of Famers. On one side is Darrell Green with Sonny Jurgensen while John Riggins and Art Monk are on the other.  --'s Rich Tandler has begun his preview of the Redskins' opponents in 2015 by listing the top five wide receivers and top five running backs they will face. 

Check out behind the scenes images of linebacker Perry Riley Jr.'s 2015 Photo Shoot.

-- The dynamic duo of Tandler and Tarik El-Bashir pose -- and answer -- a question: which free agent signee will have the biggest impact on the Redskins?

-- El-Bashir also has a look at the Falcons' potent offense and the Jets' retooled defense and stacks up the Redskins against both units. 

-- Tandler previews the Redskins' tight end position heading into 2015. Jordan Reed is set to start again, but knows, like in the recent past, depth at the position will likely be tested once again

-- ranked the last 25 Heisman Trophy winners, and, of course, the Redskins have one of those in Robert Griffin III. Where did he end up

-- In the latest NFC East Q&A, the various divisional beat writers discuss what it will take to stop -- or, at the least, contain -- the Redskins' run game

-- Redskins cornerback Chris Culliver says beating Alabama and head coach Nick Saban was a huge thrill,'s John Keim reports.

-- Keim also caught up with Stephen Paea, who said his best game ever as a pro -- Week 12 of last season when he registered two sacks -- was thanks to the work of Joe Kim, the Redskins' assistant strength and conditioning coach. 

-- The ESPN beat reporters that cover the four NFC East teams answered who was the division's best newcomer and how otehrs might be able to stop the Redskins' rushing attack

-- The Washington Post's Mike Jones writes about the Redskins' safety situation and how the depth chart will stack up there with so many new faces along with several younger players eager to increase their playing time as well. 

-- provides seven numbers the Redskins must improve on in 2015 to see an increase in the win column

--'s James Dudko writes about how first-year Redskins defensive coordinator Joe Barry can get creative with his defensive line in 2015.

-- *USA Today *featured wide receiver Pierre Garcon and linebacker Keenan Robinson in story about the impact of social media on NFL players

-- CBS DC's Brian Tinsman captures the strength of kicker Ty Long in this hard-hitting post

-- continued their NFC East positional rankings with a look at the quarterbacks

-- continued their player profiles with the spotlight on third-year running back Chris Thompson. 

-- Despite an offseason setback, is reporting that tight end Jordan Reed will be ready to go for training camp

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