A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Wednesday, July 24, 2013.
--Washington brought back 21 of their 22 starters from last season. The position the team has to address is free safety. A once-projected starter at safety, Tanard Jackson's future with the team also remains a question, as he looks to be reinstated from suspension by the NFL commissioner. Here is a preview of both strong and free safety positions.
--Robert Griffin III will be a popular figure at training camp, but the team has not announced a schedule for his participation. Redskins' Hall of Famer Joe Theismann weighs in on when he thinks we will see Robert Griffin III in the preseason, if at all.
--The Redskins have brought in many undrafted free agents ready to compete for a spot on the team. Here is the list of roster hopefuls.
--One local member of the media discusses the pros and cons of Robert Griffin III playing in the preseason.
--Robert Griffin III's quick recovery was shocking to many but didn't surprise Redskins' defensive end .
--Robert Griffin III discusses the rehab process and all the obstacles he had to face before returning to the field.
--Alfred Morris set the single-season Redskins' rushing record in 2012. One writer discusses his success specifically in the zone-read offense.
--Former Redskins' star Chris Cooley is quickly breaking into the sports talk show scene in Washington.
--With the impending arrival of Robert Griffin III in Richmond, here are five things you should know heading into training camp.
--Because of the new group of mobile quarterbacks like Robert Griffin III that can run option-offenses, defensive coordinators around the league are trying to figure out how to stop it.
--The Redskins drafted cornerback David Amerson in the 2nd round of the draft. Here is a preview of the Redskins' cornerbacks.
--Robert Griffin III is an iconic figure. One reporter discusses the challenge of balancing life on and off the football field.
--What kind of play-calling should we expect with Griffin III coming off surgery? One local insider shares his opinion.
--The Redskins had the number one ranked rushing attack in the NFL last season, led by rookie running back Alfred Morris. Here is a preview of the Redskins' running backs.
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