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--Former NFL head coach Herm Edwards gave some advice to quarterback
--Former linebacker LaVar Arrington defends Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III from Bears tight end Martellus Bennett’s criticisms. In response to Bennett’s comments, Arrington said, “I just don’t think that people like Martellus Bennett need to be the moral police of Robert Griffin III.”
--A look at the type of responsibilities that general manager Bruce Allen has in rebuilding a team that finished 3-13 last season. Allen will try to bring stability to a team that has finished last in the NFC East five of the past six years.
--One reporter answers questions submitted by Redskins fans including a prediction as to the type of success defensive coordinator Jim Haslett can have this season. Reports indicate that Haslett did not have total control over his defense under head coach Mike Shanahan.
--At least two Redskins players look to further their education this offseason through the help of an NFL program. Running back Roy Helu Jr. is looking to pursue a masters degree in religious studies this offseason.
--The Washington Redskins finished 19th in local TV ratings this year and averaged a 26.6 household rating.
--Super Bowl champion and former Washington Redskins running back, Earnest Byner reportedly is expected to interview for the running backs coach position. Byner was the teams running back coach from 2004-2007 and was most recently with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2012-13.
--Tight ends coach Sean McVay will soon become the Redskins offensive coordinator. According to reports his contract is being finalized and players have expressed their confidence that McVay will excel in the position.
--Head Coach Jay Gruden reportedly may have former colleague and Bengals linebacker coach Paul Guenther join his staff in Washington. According to reports Guenther may leave for Washington if Bengals defensive coordinator Don Zimmer stays in Cincinnati.
--What the expectations will be for first-time NFL head coach Jay Gruden and why he is already drawing some comparisons to former coach Joe Gibbs.
--Redskins tight end
--On Tuesday, Sean McVay officially became the Washington Redskins new offensive coordinator. McVay, 27, will become the youngest offensive coordinator in the NFL and has been highly regarded by coaches who worked alongside him.
--What offensive lineman
--The Washington Redskins have options to decide when it comes to linebacker
--Former Redskins running back Clinton Portis expressed his feelings on owner Dan Snyder and how Snyder has influenced him over the years. Portis said, "You don’t find it ironic that players never speak bad about Mr. Snyder and everyone else can’t stand him?"
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