A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Tuesday, July 21, 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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-- CSN Washington's terrific tandem of Rich Tandler and Tarik El-Bashir delve into the Redskins' current injury situation and wonder if all of the key players on the mend will be ready for the start of camp.
-- Tandler analyzed the wide receivers corps and had a look at Andre Roberts' production, along with an area he need to improve on: limiting drops.
-- CSN Washington continues their look at the Redskins' upcoming matchups this season by highlighting the play of Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.
-- At 39 years old and his NFL future uncertain, longtime Redskin Santana Moss went back to school recently with an eye on his future.
-- Who will win the NFC East this year? The division's beat reporters from ESPN take a stab at answering that question.
-- ESPN's John Keim on the Redskins' announcement that season ticket holders will be the first to know injury news.
-- FoxSports' Dan Schneier thinks the Redskins' "sleeping giant" this year is tight end Niles Paul.
-- CBSDC's Chris Lingebach reports that former player and coach Mike Singletary's advice for Griffin III is simple: "stay healhty."
-- Could the Redskins have 10 new starters this year? Hogshaven.com has a look at the possible new faces in the starting lineup.
-- Hogshaven.com continues their player features with this piece on wide receiver DeSean Jackson.
-- BleacherReport's James Dudko provides six names who are primed for breakout campaigns.
-- The Washington Post's Liz Clarke writes that the team's edge rushers need to improve most this year.
-- While they get back unit captain Adam Hayward, The Washington Post's Mike Jones wonders if the moves made this offseason will benefit special teams.
-- The Richmond Times-Dispatch's Michael Phillips reports that there will be more parking at training camp this year and changes to the food truck options.
-- David Elfin wants to see what a revamped secondary can do with the Redskins, as there's the possibility for three new starters on that unit.
-- CBSSports.com writes that Terrance Knighton has coined a nickname for the Redskins' defense.
-- CBS DC's Brian Tinsman says Chris Simms' praise for the Redskins has doubled down.
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