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Washington Redskins Morning Clips: 1/27

Posted Jan 28, 2014

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Monday, January 27, 2013.

A morning roundup of what the local and national media have to say about the Washington Redskins on Monday, January 27, 2013.

All reports, rumors and conjecture are a reflection of the media conversation and are not endorsed or confirmed by the Washington Redskins.


--Redskins head coach Jay Gruden has added another coach to his staff, hiring Randy Jordan to coach the running backs this season. Jordan served the past two seasons at North Carolina.

--One blogger takes a look at what positions on defense the Redskins should bolster through free agency and what free agents Washington may lose on the defensive side of the ball.

--An article explains that while the media is focusing solely on the topic of how Jay Gruden will use quarterback Robert Griffin III, there is a lot more happening behind closed doors at Redskins Park.

--According to reports, tight end Fred Davis will serve a suspension to start off the 2014 season for violating the substance-abuse policy. Davis served a four game suspension under the same policy in 2011 and is a free agent this offseason.

--A look back on the drafting of quarterback Robert Griffin III, what he has brought to the organization to this point, and what he needs to do moving forward as he begins a new season with a new coaching staff around him.

--A review of all the coaches that the Redskins have hired to this point and what each coach can bring to the team. Head coach Jay Gruden has been putting together his coaching staff since he was hired by Washington back on January 9.

--How nothing has changed for Redskins head collegiate scout Scott Campbell even though the whole coaching staff has an entirely new look. Campbell says “Our order is still to evaluate the players and rank them how we see as football players.”

--Looking back on this weekend’s Pro Bowl and how each Redskin performed while representing Washington. ‘Team Rice’ won the game 22 to 21 over ‘team Sanders’ on a two-point conversion by Panthers running back Mike Tolbert.

--As the entire Redskins 2008 draft class could be gone after this season, a writer takes a look five at other players the Redskins could have had instead in the draft.

--One former Redskins’ quarterback speaks about quarterback Robert Griffin III, the hiring of head coach Jay Gruden, and the Redskins organization.

--Looking back on the Redskins’ drafting of linebacker Ryan Kerrigan and what he has contributed to the team over his last few seasons.

--Checking out five of the youngest players on the Washington Redskins’ roster and what those players have done to this point in their careers.

--What former Redskins have been to the most Pro Bowls? One article breaks down a list of names you that you will recognize who have represented the Redskins organization many times. 

--One blog talks about three free agents that the Washington Redskins must consider this offseason. The team will reportedly have around 29 million in free cap space to work with.


What's Trending In @Redskins Nation?

1) Thoughts and prayers from all of #Redskins Nation go out to the victims of the Columbia Mall shooting and their families.

2) #Redskins announce they have hired UNC's Randy Jordan as new RB Coach. Retweet to welcome Coach Jordan to #RedskinsNation! #HTTR

3) The Redskins have someone special to cheer for in the 2014 Winter Olympics! Read her story: http://t.co/VwLfwoh2KGhttp://t.co/B5iz4oFVUh

4) Jay Gruden and Bruce Allen surprised the crowd at the 75th annual Pigskin Club football awards banquethttp://t.co/pzoetcRuOq

5) Long before becoming #Redskins RB Coach, Randy Jordan was 9-yr NFL RB and Ed Block Courage Award winner:http://t.co/AHRgd8Mzth #HTTR




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