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--After speaking with head coach Jay Gruden, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is encouraged by what Gruden had to say. Griffin said, “Key takeaways: excited to get this thing going, get better together, have fun, win.”
--Why one reporter feels that the Redskins ownership should have attainable expectations for first year coach Jay Gruden. After a 3-13 season, Gruden must rebuild the team through free agent signing and draft picks this offseason.
--According to sources, the Washington Redskins have reportedly parted ways with assistant offensive line coach Chris Morgan. Morgan was one of the coaches that remained after Mike Shanahan was fired.
--A look at which Redskins players need to be re-signed this offseason and who the Redskins should let go to other teams. One reporter argues that linebacker Perry Riley is someone the Redskins need to keep as Riley looks to replace
--How the Redskins will receive extra workout time due to the Redskins new coaching staff and the team’s new schedule this offseason.
--Chicago Bears tight end Martellus Bennett comments on Robert Griffin III’s response to a fan via twitter. Bennett said Griffin’s response was “lame.”
--Redskins analysts look at players drafted by Mike Shanahan that remain on the roster and what they have to do to remain a factor for next years Redskins team. Cornerback
--One reporter breaks down the Cincinnati Bengals red zone success and looks ahead to the type of success the Redskins could have next year. The Bengals scored a touchdown on 73.9 percent of the drives where they took at least one snap from inside their opponents’ 21 yard line.
--According to an ESPN 980 report, the Redskins have released three coaches including running backs coach Bobby Turner.
--Why running back
--Robert Griffin III’s reacts via Twitter to reporters who wrote stories about his Facebook response to a Redskins fan.
--What the Redskins can take away from last weekend’s divisional playoff games including how both the Seahawks and 49ers have surrounded their young quarterbacks with defensive playmakers.
--A look at how Redskins head coach helped shape the Cincinnati Bengals roster during his time there as offensive coordinator. Key pieces like Andy Dalton and Giovani Bernard helped the Bengals offense improve each year Gruden was there.
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