A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Thursday, August 15, 2013.
--The Thursday morning discussion is over who will make the roster at wide receiver. The Redskins traditionally keep six receivers, so who will be No. 6?
--Redskins' tight end Fred Davis has been increasing his workload recently in practice.
--Rookie safety Bacarri Rambo told reporters that he is working hard to learn from his mistakes in the first preseason game.
--The Redskins announced they have cut ties with Devery Henderson.
--Yesterday, Robert Griffin III took snaps with the first-team during 11-on-11 drills for the first time since injuring his knee in January. Here is how one reporter thought he looked.
--One local reporter said rookie tight end Jordan Reed had heads turning during yesterday's practice.
--Here is are some notes and full team report from yesterday's practice.
--Donovan McNabb made some controversial comments about Robert Griffin III. Here is one national reporter's take on the former Redskins quarterback's words.
--Joshua Morgan was reportedly looking sharp and returning to his former explosive self.
--One local reporter discusses the relationship between the Redskins' star quarterback and head coach.
--Here are some training camp observations from yesterday's practice with a segment solely on Robert Griffin III's return to 11-on-11 team drills.
--The Redskins were ranked 3rd in the recent list of most valuable NFL franchises
put out by Forbes' magazine.
--One reporter tells the story of 's return to the NFL, and how his performance in the preseason could do him some good in the long run.
--16 NFL analysts discuss the Robert Griffin III-Mike Shanahan relationship and the recent events from the past week.
--Aldrick Robinson made a bold claim to reporters saying he is the fastest player in D.C.
--Redskins' fullback and fan favorite told reporters about a prank he pulled on his quarterback. Contrary to this friendly gag, former Redskins tight end Chris Cooley pulled
--Former Redskins running back Clinton Portis has reportedly sued the NFL over concussions.
--One reporter gives his take on which five Redskins players will be the ones to watch during the 2013 season.
--Coach Shanahan told reporters he believes Alfred Morris has improved as a receiver in the offseason.
--Pierre Garcon battled injuries last season but still came out as the Redskins' top receiver. He said there's no secrets to his success, just hard work.
3) #Redskins announce they have terminated the contract of vested veteran WR Devery Henderson.
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