A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Tuesday, Sept. 8, 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 Mid-Atlantic's Rich Tandler thinks these five Redskins will have the spotlight on them Sunday afternoon including running back Alfred Morris.
-- Tandler likes the Redskins' starters at the skill positions, but wonders how the younger depth will hold up.
-- CSN Mid-Atlantic has more on the Redskins signing tight end Anthony McCoy.
-- The Washington Times' Anthony Gulizia writes that Bashaud Breeland shook off rust while playing in last night's game.
-- ESPN's Matthew Barry believes Matt Jones could end up with the most fantasy production from Redskins running backs this season.
-- With a pointed emphasis on getting younger, ESPN's John Keim writes on how the Redskins' roster is getting younger.
-- A tough reality. Keim also writes about how excited Deshazor Everett was in making the team. Monday afternoon, in a twist he knew could happen, Everett was released.
-- Keim reports that Ryan Kerrigan's knee is "feeling great" and he can't wait to get back on the field.
-- The Washington Post's Mike Jones has more on wide receiver Evan Spencer, who was waived Saturday but reverts to the team's Injured Reserve.
-- Jones also writes that the Redskins are taking a slow approach at outside linebacker and tight end, as they could make more moves as those positions before the season starts.
-- Bleacherreport.com's James Dudko thinks the Redskins need balance on offense to help Kirk Cousins.
-- NFL.com's Kevin Patra had an eye on Jay Gruden's press conference Sunday, where he said Robert Griffin III remains one of the team's best 53 players.
-- WDBJ7.com's Justin Ward caught up with former Virginia Tech Hokies and current Redskins DeAngelo Hall and Kyshoen Jarrett while they were in Blacksburg.
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