A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Monday, July 29, 2013.
--The Redskins kept most of their offensive weapons from last season. Here is a prediction of what the offense will look like. Due to returning starters from injury and new faces via the draft, the defense may look a bit different. Here is a look at the defensive roster projections.
--With an abundance of free agents still available, one insider looks at any possible training camp transactions the Redskins might consider.
--Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris are entering their crucial sophomore seasons, but one local reporter looks at the young receiving corps entering their third seasons. Another insider thinks the most important trait to learn is consistency.
--After bringing in free agent Joe Mays, it was reported the Redskins were not able to sign him.
--Miss any coverage last week from training camp? Here is a breakdown of what went on in Richmond the past few days.
--Having been sidelined with injury for most of 2012, Brian Orakpo looks to return to stardom.
--Pierre Garcon is leader in a young Washington offense. One reporter says with Garcon in the lineup, 2013 should be a smooth ride.
--The Redskins had the number one rushing offense in football last season. A crucial reason for this was the Zone blocking in the Read Option offense. Here is more in-depth look at how zone blocking works.
--Injured cornerback Josh Wilson is reportedly getting close to being at full strength after a season in which he played in all 16 games.
--After their first home playoff game since 1999, one media member thinks the Redskins' Super Bowl goal is very achievable.
--After a salary cap reduction put in place by the NFL, the Redskins have been limited to signing big free agents.
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