A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Thursday, July 9, 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 and Tarik El-Bashir give their takes on how the carries will be divvied up among Redskins' running backs.
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-- Tandler also provided his thoughts on how the Redskins' offense might look this season in their second year under head coach Jay Gruden.
-- Tandler also lists the top five quarterbacks the Redskins will face this year including one familiar face they've seen twice a year over the last few seasons.
-- Tandler continued the site's position-by-position review with a look at the left tackle, which, of course, is anchored by three-time Pro Bowler Trent Williams.
-- El-Bashir also wrote a piece on DeAngelo Hall updating fans on his status for the season and how he leaned on Kobe Bryant for assistance during rehab.
-- Reports are out that New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul had one of his index fingers amputated.
-- ESPN's John Keim believes second-round draft pick Preston Smith will eventually start at the outside linebacker position, it's just a matter of when.
-- Keim also continued his series highlighting some of the players' best moments, which for Logan Paulsen was his fourth-down catch against the Giants in 2012.
-- The longtime reporter also caught up with Trent Murphy who recalled his 2012 sack on USC quarterback Matt Barkley as the play that "put me on the map."
-- Are NFC East defenses ready for Tony Romo and the Cowboys this season? ESPN reporters debate whether or not division rivals are ready to square up with Dallas.
-- The Washington Post's Mike Jones discusses the long-term future of Redskins' Pro Bowl left tackle Trent Williams.
-- The Washington Post's Mark Bullock analyzes the offense's performance against the Indianapolis Colts last season.
-- The Washington Post's Jonathan O'Connell writes that Loudoun County remains keen on eventually getting the Redskins to move their next stadium to their jurisdiction.
-- The Richmond Times Dispatch's Michael Phillips writes about how the Redskins' special teams continues its arc of improvement.
-- Bleacher Report's James Dudko ranks the top five sleepers to watch in Redskins' training camp.
-- Dudko also lists five dark-horse candidates to make the team's final 53-man roster.
-- A recent article was published ranking the starting quarterbacks and Robert Griffin III landed at No. 31, a position former Redskins quarterback Joe Theismann does not agree with.
-- Longtime D.C. sports reporter and radio host Grant Paulsen will return to the Redskins beat in 2015 with Fox 5.
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